Almond Joy Cookies
This homemade cookie recipe from scratch uses good ingredients like butter, almonds, and coconut in a cookie recipe you are sure to make again. This is an easy homemade cookie recipe that can be enjoyed any time of year, and you can feel good about giving it to the kids with the healthy ingredient additions.
The almonds used in this easy homemade cookie recipe are food that is nutritionally dense. A 100-gram serving of almonds is a rich source of the B vitamins riboflavin and niacin, along with calcium, vitamin E, iron, magnesium, manganese, zinc, and phosphorus. The same sized serving of almonds is also a good source of the B-vitamins of thiamine, vitamin B6, and folate, and the mineral potassium. Almonds are also very high in dietary fiber, monounsaturated fats, and polyunsaturated fats. Fats may help to lower LDL cholesterol in the body. Almonds can be eaten either raw or toasted on their own for a simple, nutritious snack. Almonds can be bought in a variety of forms from whole almonds, sliced, flaked almonds slivered, and as almond flour. Almonds also yield almond oil, and almonds are made into almond butter recipes or almond milk recipes that are a popular replacement for dairy free milk.
Using coconut in drop cookie recipes is a good way to add some extra nutrition to the recipe. Coconut, like almonds, can also be eaten raw and used in a variety of recipes. Coconut that is unsweetened has plenty of nutritional benefits to include the dietary minerals of iron, manganese, phosphorus and zinc. The different parts of the coconut fruit have a wide variety of culinary uses and recipe ideas. The seed of the coconut can provide oil for frying, cooking, and making margarine. The white, fleshy part inside of the coconut seed, known as the coconut meat, can be used either fresh or dried in cooking. Popular coconut recipes include confections and desserts such as macaroon recipes. Desiccated coconut meat or coconut milk that comes from the coconut is often added to curries and other savory dish recipes. Coconut flour made from the coconut is a popular addition to baking recipes and helps in combating malnutrition. Coconut butter is often used to describe coconut oil that is solidified. Dried coconut has a lot of coconut flakes nutrition. Coconut water is a healthy drink that is popular throughout the humid tropic regions of the world and has been recently introduced into the retail market as a processed healthy sports drink in place of other energy drinks. Eating coconut raw is one of the best ways to get all of the coconut flakes nutrition and unsweetened coconut nutrition offered. It seems coconut is more popular than ever before, especially coconut oil. Coconut oil is the oil that is taken from the meat of the coconut. Coconut oil is made of medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), a saturated fat that may help to lower cholesterol and balance your HDL to LDL ratios. MCTs may also help with improving your energy and aiding in weight loss. Coconut oil is also one of the richest sources of lauric acid, which is something that is in breast milk and contains anti-infective properties. Using coconut oil is one of the easiest things to add to your diet, it's tasty, healthy and affordable. Some ways to include coconut oil in your diet are to add some into your morning smoothie recipe, to coffee, or used to saute your vegetables in.
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