5 Fruity Paleo Desserts That Taste Anything But…

If dinner has no dessert, is it really a meal? If you answered with, “Aw hell, no!” we’re with you. But when you’re following a Paleo diet, it can feel like there’s a real lack of dessert options. Don’t stress, sweet fiends, we’ve got you covered. Yes, certain foods aren’t part of the Paleo plate, but that doesn’t mean you’re entering a time without treats.

1, Grain-Free Dark Chocolate Cherry Scones

Chocolate and cherries are a classic combination that work beautifully in this scone recipe. If you’ve been afraid of baking scones in the past, this recipe will put you at eas—it’s as simple as slice-and-bake cookies. Details: HERE

Grain-Free Dark Chocolate Cherry Scones

2, Cocoa Nut Apples

Say hello to your new favorite midnight snack! A sliced apple gets covered in a tasty choco-coco mix that’s perfect for eating solo or sharing (if you’re feeling generous). Details: HERE

Cocoa Nut Apples

3, Baked Almond Butter Banana

The dessert principle here is K.I.S.S.: Keep It Simple and Sugar-Free. Simply stuff a banana with heart-healthy almond butter, sprinkle with cinnamon, and let it roast for 15 minutes in the oven for a quick single-serving banana-split. Details: HERE

baked almond banana

4, Mixed Fruit Cobbler

No fresh fruit? Not a problem with this go-to recipe. Cobble together your favorite frozen fruits with a little of this (almond flour) and a little of that (shredded coconut) for a dessert that’s easy to throw together when your sweet tooth strikes. Don’t have a stash of frozen berries? You can also use overripe fruit. Details: HERE

mixed fruit cobbler

5, Fried Honey Bananas

If you’ve had fried plantains, this’ll be familiar treat turf. Potassium-packed bananas are lightly sautéed in olive oil and then drizzled with honey. Super sweet and a snap to make, these are a great option when late-night munchies hit. Details: HERE

Fried Honey Bananas pile

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