1. Caroline says

    Hello, I just discovered your blog through pinterest. I’m very excited to try some of your recipes! Do you have the calorie/carb content for these rolls available? Thank you!

  2. Erin says

    I’m thinking I must have done something wrong here. I followed the ingredients and directions exactly as listed, but these came out very wet. They don’t look anything like yours. It was very hard to form them into balls as the dough was so wet. Should I add extra coconut flour or maybe next time add less almond milk? Thank so much!

    • says

      Hi Erin! Thank you so much for making these, and I’m very sorry they aren’t coming out as they should. You are not the first person to have this issue, and I think the solution is to stop adding almond milk as soon as the batter reaches a cookie dough-like consistency. I also wrote a post on working and troubleshotting with coconut flour, which I think may be helpful. Sorry again, and I hope this helps!

  3. Erin says

    Ummmm….YUM!!!!! This All for One Chocolate Cake was SO good! I only used 20 drops of Stevia, but I think next time I’ll follow the recipe as written and use all 30. The bites without chocolate chips were a little too bitter with just the 20 drops. Thanks for another great recipe!!!

  4. Cathy says

    Hi is there anything else I can use instead of molasses – what function does the molasses serve??? thanks x

    • says

      Hi Cathy, and thank you so much for the question! I use molasses to help emulate the flavor of brown sugar, and it does lend a slightly superior texture to cookies. You could probably sub agave or honey, but I haven’t tried it myself so I can’t personally vouch for that. If you’re really in a pinch, I think the recipe would survive if you omitted it entirely- but again I haven’t tried that. Thanks again, and I hope this helps!

  5. Zara says

    I love your blog and recipes! I am trying to turn vegan but have a very sweet tooth, and this is making me so excited! I really can’t wait to try making some of these, they look so delicious! xXx

    • says

      Hi Wendy! I’ve heard good things about PB2, but have not personally tried it. Yes, you can buy Better N Peanut Butter at places like Whole Foods, or online here. Hope this helps!

  6. Berni says

    Hi Kelly!

    I recently stumbled upon your website. I LOVE YOU! lol. Seriously though, these recipes are fantastic! Thank you(:

    But I was curious, would you be able to tell me how many calories are in this grain free pasta? And does it have a similar taste to ACTUAL pasta? I haven’t tried this one yet! But I really want to although I’m a little hesitant.

    • says

      You are so sweet Berni! Thank you so much!!

      As for the pasta, there are 190 calories in half of the recipe. I may be a biased mamma, but I think this grain free pasta tastes even BETTER than regular pasta! Bold claim, I know. I hope you enjoy it! πŸ˜‰

  7. says

    Wow this looks really great! I’m gonna have to try this over the week. I bet this would be delicious with a scoop of Jay Robbs protein and some berries mixed in. Simple yet delicious! Great recipe!

  8. Sue says

    Hi these are life saver recipes. But some recipes don’t have a calorie count. Can u plz include that. Thank u :)

    Ie This recipe has no calorie info

    • says

      Hi Sue! I am thrilled you enjoy my recipes, and although I try to put nutritional information on as many of them as I can, it is simply not possible to supply nutritional information for all of them. Sorry!

  9. Kelly says

    Hi, I love your sugar free/low carb recipes!. I’ve been trying to find naturally sugar free butterscotch morsels/baking chips or a recipe.

  10. Rachel says

    All of your recipes look great! I’m going to make this pumpkin pie, and I love that it’s only 30 calories per slice, but how many slices does one pie make? Thanks!!

  11. Sj says



    what is the calorie count for this? like per tablespoon or something…
    and can these be used in your peanut butter cookies?

    you’re so funny!!

  12. Sj says


    • says

      You, my friend, are amazing. Thank you so much for all your kindness! Yes, 3T=3 Tablespoons. I know this is confusing, so I make sure to write out all the measurements on my more recent recipes.

  13. Sarah-Jane says

    Hi Kelly,
    I punched your cornbread recipe into a nutritional information calculator and it came up to 173 calories, but you say it’s 120 calories. Could you please tell me why?
    Thank you, you’re brilliant!

  14. Dani says

    Hi there I bought egg replacer @ whole foods, only to get it home and realize it contains wheat… Any advice on what to use instead when your recipes call for it?


    • says

      Hi Dani! What? Wheat in your egg replacer? That’s terrible. What brand is it? I use Ener-g, which is free of most allergens (including wheat). Perhaps you could return the one you bought? I know how frustrating that can be, so in the meanwhile in regards to recipes, unfortunately, it’s essentially trial and error when it comes to substituting egg replacer and eggs. It works relatively well for some recipes, but rether terribly for others. Some of my recipes (i.e. cookies) don’t call for eggs or egg replacer. Thank you very much, and I hope this helps!

  15. Jess says

    I tried the ginger cookies, but didn’t have coconut flour, so instead I used wholemeal flour. These turn out very wet, definitely not like your cookies! A bit disappointed I must say.

    • says

      Hi Jess! Thank you so much for trying this recipe, and I’m sorry it didn’t work out. Unfortunately, as you have probably noticed, you simply cannot substitute coconut flour for any other flour if you want the results to be edible.

  16. raul says

    Ok, i have to admit, this website has me very interested. I’m actually working but cannot get off this really cool site! “click”, Now added to favorites!! I will leave my notes in the upcoming weeks! :)

  17. says

    The Green Theory is a blog dedicated to everything eco-friendly and healthy.With information and inspiration from green housing to homeschooling and natural beauty products. It is run by Maggie and Sarah. Two Passionate tree-huggers and students. They gather resources and information and blog about it, so that we can all be a little bit greener!

  18. jenny l. says

    This is my new favorite recipe blog, thank you! I tried both pb cookie recipes (oven and microwave) and the microwave version seems to come out much softer no matter how long I cook it. So I had to transfer to the oven to get the necessary dryness.

  19. Emma says

    Hey, alot of your recipes call for 1 packet of stevia, but how big is a packet? Sorry if I’m being thick, I’ve never used stevia before! thanks

  20. Pamela says

    I would like to make your snickerdoodle cookies but the instructions are the same as the ingredients.

  21. Khaled says

    Hey Kelly,

    Love your site! Just a question about the quinoa recipe, when you say same grain but half the calories, is that due to the preparation method? Same for your bean preparation recipes?

    Many thanks!


  22. Rachel says

    Hi Kelly!
    I love your site, it has so many great recipes! For the pumpkin pie, could one use regular flour instead of chickpea flour?

    • Dulcie de Kock says

      Thank you for your support, Rachel! That specific substitution hasn’t been tested, but if you’re willing to give it a shot the measurements equal 7/8 c chickpea flour: 1 c wheat/regular flour. Please let us know how your trial goes!


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