I baked these AIP grain free tea cookies one day I invited my cousin over at my house. She’s neither on the AIP nor following a gluten-free diet, but she fell in love with these cute leaf-shaped cookies so much that she asked for the recipe!
Little did I know about Cambodia (and Cambodian food) before I got there to visit Angkor Wat. But during my very first breakfast at the Park Hyatt in Siem Reap, when I was welcomed with a feast of local gluten & dairy free rice desserts (Akor was my absolute favorite), I discovered that traditional Khmer food is naturally free from two of the most common allergens: gluten and dairy products!
Whether you are gluten intolerant, have an issue with grains and dairy or are following the Auto Immune Protocol (AIP), the one thing you all have in common is that you all deserve to celebrate love with a treat… and these Paleo Valentine’s Day Cookies are your best bet to satisfy every kind of food intolerance!
Before going on the AIP (Autoimmune Protocol), I used to have oatmeal several times a week for breakfast. I simply wasn’t willing to give up that warm porridge so I created the perfect replacement: a carob tapioca pudding!