Paleo Sweet Potato Gingerbread Bars


 There’s something about cold weather and comforting foods… or in the case of these fun and festive bars, spices.

I love spices. All spices. The more the better, and the more is what I want.

If we’re talking sweet things and spices, I’m a huge fan of chai spices, pumpkin spices, mulling spices, and gingerbread spices. I think the common theme amongst all of those would be a little cinnamon and a little ginger- both of which I love.

 So, in the spirit of warm, comforting foods making their way into Wintery days, I baked up some gingerbread spices, pumpkin puree, sweet potato, and coconut flour. These are moist, delicious, low sugar, also low-glycemic, high in fiber, low in fat, sweetly spiced, and dotted with mini dairy-free chocolate chips.

Winter just couldn’t get better than these…

Just make ‘em.

And then go enter the CORE Foods giveaway. Or make them after, I’m not picky.

And have a great day. :)

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Sarah @ The Smart Kitchen January 24, 2012 at 9:23 AM

YUM! I saw the post title and was so excited that you’d manage to incorporate two of my favorite foods in one delicious treat.

I am also a fan of spice! [Blogger band of Spice Girls in the works? ;) ]
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Pure2raw twins January 24, 2012 at 5:06 PM

we want one of those right now!!!! looks delicious Lori! and oh yes we love all spices and with us more the better :)
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teabagginit January 24, 2012 at 5:48 PM

wholly moly those look good! sweet potato and pumpkin puree are my fave … as evidenced by my orange palms!
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Natalie January 24, 2012 at 6:23 PM

Oh yum! These will hit the spot for me. I had a gingerbread craving a while back and these look perfect.


Karina January 24, 2012 at 7:01 PM

mmm!! do you think I could use whole wheat flour or peanut flour in replace of the coconut? or does the coconut give it more flavor?
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Lori January 24, 2012 at 7:31 PM

You could use any flour, really. But the coconut flour soaks up A LOT more liquid- so if you do use a different flour, be aware when you’re adding in water/almond milk/liquid, etc. Add in a small amount first then see how the consistency is when you mix everything together.


Kelly January 25, 2012 at 5:36 PM

YUM!! These look awesome Lori!


Paul July 28, 2012 at 1:17 PM

SOOOO Good! My wife made these for our daughters – By the time I was through there was a LITTLE left for them…


Lori July 31, 2012 at 9:22 PM

SO happy you liked them!!


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