Delicious Paleo Holiday Desserts | 2021

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It’s holiday party season and when you have dietary restrictions, either by choice or due to medical necessity, it can be difficult to attend parties and other gatherings. Others don’t always understand how to accommodate your needs. Some people can plan for a “cheat day” but sometimes that just isn’t possible. The best way to handle it is to make sure what you bring will fit your needs. I’ve put together this list of Paleo Holiday Desserts so you can maintain your dietary choices and still enjoy the party.

Our Favorite Paleo Holiday Desserts

Paleo Pumpkin Pie (from Everyday Maven)

Easy paleo pumpkin pie!

Looking for a paleo option for your Thanksgiving dessert? This is the ULTIMATE Paleo Pumpkin Pie. Both dairy and gluten-free and tastes like the old school classic you remember from your childhood! So good, your family and guests won’t know it isn’t from the traditional pumpkin pie recipe.

Apple Cinnamon Crumble (from Emma Eats and Explores)

Paleo Apple Crumble made with only a few ingredients.

This apple cinnamon crumble is easy to make with only a few ingredients, and it tastes so yummy! I think it could double as an indulgent holiday breakfast, but I’ll let you be the judge.

Easy, Dairy-Free Fudge {Gluten-Free, Paleo} (from Meaningful Eats)

Paleo fudge is the perfect holiday dessert.

Fudge has always been one of my favorite holiday sweet treats, and now I can make it without using dairy! This dairy-free fudge recipe is super easy and has become my newest favorite paleo holiday dessert.

Homemade Marshmallows (from Laura Fuentes)

Homemade marshmallows made with no corn syrup or artificial sweeteners.

Finding paleo marshmallows is next to impossible at times, so just make your own! Dreamy homemade marshmallows make the perfect holiday treat.

Paleo Chocolate Fudge Truffles (from Evolving Table)

Paleo Chocolate Fudge Truffles made with Coconut milk.

Paleo Chocolate Fudge Truffles are a super creamy and ultra-fudgy grain-free, gluten-free, and vegan dessert recipe!  

Chocolate Cookies (from Rhian’s Recipes)

Fudgy paleo chocolate cookies.

These Chocolate Cookies are super easy to make, chewy and fudgy and seriously indulgent yet secretly healthy! 

Chewy Paleo Ginger Molasses Cookies (from The Banana Diaries)

Paleo ginger molasses cookies

Ginger cookies are a holiday staple and this paleo version hits the mark!

Paleo Chocolate Pudding (from My Pure Plants)

5 ingredient paleo chocolate pudding.

Paleo chocolate pudding? Yes please, and I’ll have seconds too! Creamy and decadent and only five ingredients!

Perfect Peppermint Cookies (from Texan Erin)

Chewy peppermint cookies

These paleo vegan peppermint cookies are perfectly soft, chewy and full of mint flavor!

Paleo Meyer Lemon Ginger Biscotti (from My Life Cookbook)

Meyer lemon and ginger biscotti,

Fresh, Meyer lemon and spicy ginger are perfectly balanced with a hint of honey sweetness. 

Maple Macaroons (from Common Sense Home)

Maple macaroons

These are sweetened with maple syrup and thickened with arrowroot, which produces a light, crunchy cookie.

Paleo Figgy Pudding (from Mind Body and Spirit Wellbeing)

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You’ve sung the song and now you can enjoy this tasty treat!

Grain-free Maple Shortbread (from Adamant Kitchen)

Maple Shortbread Cookies

This simple grain-free shortbread is made with almond flour and flavored with maple syrup.

Paleo Snowball Cookies (from A Girl Worth Saving)

Paleo snowball cookies are perfect for Christmas.

These paleo snowball cookies are the perfect winter treat.  They are soft on the inside and studded with delicious crunchy pecans.

Click here for kid-friendly holiday recipes too!

Which of these paleo holiday desserts is your favorite?

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