8 Sinfully Good Paleo Cookie Bars

I have been craving Paleo cookie bars and these phenomenal! There are flavors like chocolate, coconut pumpkin, and almond butter. I can't wait to make them for a Paleo dessert. Collected on FoodKollective.com

Craving cookie bars? Us too. In fact, we’re always craving cookies. But sometimes we don’t want to eat all the junk that’s in them. (We’re looking at you, wheat flour). If you’re on the hunt for a Paleo-friendly recipe, then you’re in the right place. We’ve rounded up some of the best Paleo cookie bars around the web. They come out of the oven thick and absurdly delicious. Scroll down and start preheating your oven!

Paleo Magic Cookie Bars from bakerita.com. I was searching for Paleo cookie bars and these look sooo good! I can't wait to make them for a Paleo dessert. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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1. Magic Cookie Bars

2 hours | 5 steps | 10 ingredients

Transport yourself back to childhood with a bite of these Paleo “Magic Cookie” bars. This Paleo adaptation swaps condensed milk for sweetened coconut milk, trades nuts for graham cracker in the crust, and subs extra chocolate where butterscotch chips would be. And you’ll appreciate the difference because they are so dang GOOD.

See recipe at bakerita.com

 

Almond Butter & Jelly Cookie Bars (Paleo & Vegan) from paleorunningmomma.com. I was searching for Paleo cookie bars and these look sooo good! I can't wait to make them for a Paleo dessert. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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2. Almond Butter & Jelly Cookie Bars

1 hour 10 minutes | 8 steps | 8 ingredients

It’s almond butter and jelly time! Whip up a batch of these Paleo cookie bars and experience a sweet and salty treat. Almond butter is mixed into the crust, while fresh strawberry jelly makes up the middle layer. Spread some almond butter over the jelly before baking. Chill and serve!

See recipe at paleorunningmomma.com

 

Samoa Bars (Gluten Free, Paleo + Vegan) from bakerita.com. I was searching for Paleo cookie bars and these look sooo good! I can't wait to make them for a Paleo dessert. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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3. Samoa Bars

40 minutes | 7 steps | 8 ingredients

Did you miss the Girl Scouts this year? Or did you run out of cookies already? Either way, these Samoa Paleo cookie bars are for you. A thick coconut-flour shortbread crust forms the bottom layer. While an equally thick coconut-caramel layer lays on top of them. Don’t forget to dip and then drizzle with chocolate before serving!

See recipe at bakerita.com

 

Paleo Almond Joy from beamingbaker.com. I was searching for Paleo cookie bars and these look sooo good! I can't wait to make them for a Paleo dessert. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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4. Almond Joy Bars

1 hour 30 minutes | 10 steps | 5 ingredients

Make these Paleo cookie bars at home and enjoy the flavors of Almond Joy candy whenever you want. Requiring just 5 minutes of prep time, they are easy to make. It’s a coconut and chocolate paradise. Also, they are very low in sugar – so you don’t have to feel bad about enjoying them!

See recipe at beamingbaker.com

 

Chocolate Paleo Magic Cookie Bars with Strawberry from foodfaithfitness.com. I was searching for Paleo cookie bars and these look sooo good! I can't wait to make them for a Paleo dessert. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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5. Chocolate Magic Cookie Bars with Strawberry

1 hour 10 minutes | 14 steps | 8 ingredients | Overnight in fridge

Smooth, decadent chocolate, and a burst of fresh strawberry flavor. Take your Magic Cookie bars to the next level with this Paleo cookie bar recipe. A sweet strawberry swirl layer follows a condensed coconut milk layer. Which follows a gooey chocolate layer. Which follows a crunchy, chocolatey nut-crust layer at the bottom. Needless to say, these are incredibly rich and seriously delicious.

See recipe at foodfaithfitness.com

 

Pumpkin Spice Paleo Magic Cookie Bars from foodfaithfitness.com. I was searching for Paleo cookie bars and these look sooo good! I can't wait to make them for a Paleo dessert. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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6. Pumpkin Spice Magic Cookie Bars

1 hour | 11 steps | 8 ingredients | Overnight in fridge

These Paleo cookie bars are the ultimate fall-time treat. This recipe is another take on the classic “Magic Cookie” bar. There’s spiced pumpkin, melted chocolate, toasted pecans, maple-flavored coconut milk, and a crunchy coconut crust. It’s an explosion of fall with every bite which will definitely have you reaching for a second bar.

See recipe at foodfaithfitness.com

 

Hawaiian Dessert Bars from soufflesandsawdust.com. I was searching for Paleo cookie bars and these look sooo good! I can't wait to make them for a Paleo dessert. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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7. Hawaiian Dessert Bars

55 minutes | 10 steps | 8 ingredients

Take a vacation from boring desserts with these tropical Paleo cookie bars. With a filling made from fresh (or canned) pineapple and coconut flakes, each bite tastes like a piña colada. Bake until the coconut flakes are crispy and turn golden brown. Then, chill before cutting and serving.

See recipe at soufflesandsawdust.com

 

Paleo Chocolate Salted Cookie Bars from whatmollymade.com. I was searching for Paleo cookie bars and these look sooo good! I can't wait to make them for a Paleo dessert. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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8. Chocolate Salted Cookie Bars

40 minutes | 5 steps | 12 ingredients | Eat immediately

Thick, chewy, and loaded with chocolate. These Paleo cookie bars are sinfully good. But, the best part? You can be chowing down on these goodies in less than 45 minutes! That’s right. No freezing or chilling required. Load the batter with chocolate chips or chunks, sprinkle the top with sea salt, bake and serve.

See recipe at whatmollymade.com

 

Want easy Paleo desserts?

Check out the following Paleo baking mixes. They can be delivered right to your door! Paleo made easy.

Andrew LeBrun

Chief Food Officer at the Food Kollective | Andrew has a love for gourmet food. Whether its cooking for family, friends, or just for two, he's always looking for ways to put a creative spin on classic recipes.

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