Looking for free Paleo dessert recipes? We've lined up a bunch for ya! As a Paleo purist and dessert connoisseur, I'll share with you that none of these has cleaner ingredients than Paleo Treats, and many of them sneak in non-Paleo ingredients, but all of them certainly look delicious.
As always, read the ingredients before you bake, and remember: Chocolate chips ain't Paleo!
Here we go!
Wow, does this look good! We have a recipe for this on our Store as well if you just want a 1 page print out.
Whew, that looks like enough to satisfy my 1 cookie craving...
Paleo 7 Layer Bars by A Sweet Pea Chef
I've always loved 7 Layer Bars. Those look like chocolate chips to me...
These look great, but you can buy a much cleaner version called The Bandito here.
If you'd like to avoid the coconut palm sugar in that recipe, you can try our Paleo brownies shipped to your door.
This one's actually Primal with the butter, but looks delicious!
This uses chocolate chips, which aren't Paleo. The bread recipe calls for stevia, which I don't like the aftertaste of but some people are willing to put up with. Still, they look super tasty!
This uses maple syrup, which we love the taste of but for purely snobbish Paleo reasons don't consider truly Paleo.
Looks amazing, but the recipe calls for brown sugar and granulated sugar, so I'm not sure how that's Paleo. :)
Zoinks, I love me some lemon! Watch out for the small amount of butter that makes it Primal, but these look remarkably clean ingredients-wise.
BZ on the ingredients (aside from the shaved chocolate topping), if anyone wants to make this for me I'll trade ya a Paleo Treat of your choice.
That is a LOT of maple syrup, but they're desserts, after all.
This is an excellent example of something that is probably delicious, but is really only Paleo in your dreams. Coconut sugar is sugar, ghee is primal, and that pesky "dark chocolate" myth keeps rearing its head. The second ingredient in that dark chocolate is "organic cane sugar." Just sayin'. For all that, these look DELICIOUS and I'm sure I'd snap 'em up if I saw one on a table at a potluck. Sorry, I'm just a sucker for sweets, especially a cup(!) of coconut sugar.
Dang, these are actually Paleo (if you make 'em with honey.)
Spoiler alert: Chocolate chips aren't Paleo. RTFI. That'd be a short way of a long way of saying Read The Ingredients, plus some sailor salty talk.
Ok, that wraps it up for now.
As a disclaimer, I haven't made every single paleo dessert recipe ever posted on the internet, but...
I have NEVER found a Paleo dessert recipe on the internet that is strictly Paleo AND tastes delicious. Many of 'em use "dark chocolate" or "chocolate chips" and count that as an ingredient. It's not. Unless you make your own chocolate with cacao powder, butter, or nibs, what you get when you buy chocolate is usually 3 or more ingredients with the main one being sugar.
Lots of paleo dessert recipes sneak in grass-fed butter. That's Primal, not Paleo. I mean, if you want to be precise, let's call 'em like we see 'em.
If you'd rather stick with Paleo desserts that have clean ingredients and exceptional taste, go to our Shop. Everything we sell is totally Paleo, made with clean, "no BS" ingredients, and no sneaky extras, coconut sugar, date sugar, maple syrup, erythritol, or any of the 1,001 fake sugars out there.