Paleo-friendly carrot cake bars made with almond flour and sweetened with coconut sugar. They’re moist, delicious and perfect for the carrot cake lover in your life. Gluten-free and grain-free.
We’re only a few days away from both Christmas and Hanukkah so things are getting cray over here. Lots of Christmas music, a massive amount of deliveries (thank goodness for online shopping and all the delivery people working extra hard this time of year) and gift wrapping — my fav! Last night I ran to the mall for some last minute gifts and then stayed up until midnight wrapping. I have a feeling things are going to be pretty similar tonight and I’m loving it!
Not only do I have Christmas and Hanukkah presents to wrap, we have a lot of December birthdays to celebrate as well. My sister and brother-in-law are the 15th and the 20th. Maria (EBF’s amazing intern) is a December 19th baby. One of my best friends AND my aunt were both born on December 24th. And my dad is December 27th.
I kind of feel bad for people with birthdays right around holidays, because the celebrations tend to get lost in the mix and most of the time people combine the person’s gifts into one.
So when I got a copy of my friend Lexi’s cookbook, Lexi’s Clean Kitchen, and saw this recipe for Paleo-Friendly Carrot Cake Bars, I knew they had to happen.
And you guys, can we just talk about her cookbook for one sec? It is HUGE and absolutely stunning! She has 150 paleo-friendly, clean recipes and in true Lexi’s Clean Kitchen fashion, each recipe has a gorgeous photo. She also provides a…