Clean Eating Christmas Crinkles

Clean Eating Christmas Crinkles - A healthy treat for the holidays! #RealFood

Clean Eating Christmas Crinkles - A healthy treat for the holidays! #RealFood

It’s Christmas cookie time! Is there any time quite like Christmas cookie time? We sure don’t think so! Somehow they just taste better during the holiday season.

If you have seen many of our posts you probably have noticed that we really like healthy treats (as seen in Clean Eating Banana Cream Pie, Poppy Seed Bread and Guilt Free Peanut Butter Cookies). There is never any reason to eliminate treats as long as they have pure and wholesome ingredients. Dessert is one of the things that makes life (and the holidays) more lovely.

One of the ways we keep treats healthy is by using whole wheat flour instead of highly processed and bleached white flour. This article talks a lot more about the benefits. It’s a great read!

Another way to keep treats healthy is to keep them low in sugar. This is were honey comes in! Unlike sugar, honey actually helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Coconut oil and cacao are both super foods and  pure, pasture raised butter is a healthy fat. With all those good ingredients it’s easy to see what a good treat these cookies really are.

If you follow us on Facebook and Instagram (or if you’ve read our Roasted Red Pepper Cheese Ball) you know how excited we are about our new Kitchen Aid. We put it to work on these cookies and it really made our life even more easy peasy! If you don’t have a Kitchen Aid or mixer like it, don’t worry, they will still taste great mixed by hand.

Christmas Crinkle Cookies



Combine all ingredients in a KitchenAid or Bosch type mixer. Mix well. This dough is more wet than regular cookie dough. Chill the dough for 6 hours or over night. After chill time, scoop out and shape into balls and roll in powdered sugar. Bake on a lightly greased cookie sheet at 350º for 10-12 minutes until tops are crackled. Cool on a cooling rack.

We’d love to connect via Email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram! We have many more delicious and healthy recipes on the way!

Are you doing much Christmas baking this year?

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6 Comment

  1. Ilka says: Reply

    Christmas Crinkles are so super tasty! Love that you guys put a healthier spin on this great classic! Pinning and stumbling! Yum!

    1. Easy Peasy Life Matters Easy Peasy Life Matters says: Reply

      Thanks 🙂 Merry CHristmas!

  2. We would just love your Christmas Crinkles! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and hope you are having a great holiday season!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

    1. Easy Peasy Life Matters Easy Peasy Life Matters says: Reply

      Thanks so much for hosting! We look forward to it every week 🙂 Have a happy New Year!

  3. These sound delicious!
    I’m not doing much baking this Christmas, but I love to bake!

    1. Easy Peasy Life Matters Easy Peasy Life Matters says: Reply

      Thanks so much! Some years are a little easier to get baking done than others aren’t they?! Thanks for dropping by! 🙂

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