Snickerdoodles are a childhood favorite, but they are packed with sugar and margarine. To substitute, I've tried a paleo version which uses almond flour, honey and coconut sugar. Lacking in fluffiness, but winning in flavor.
Recipe + Image from AKitchenCafe.com
Sounds strange, tastes amazing. I love the idea of using mashed bananas in a cookie. This recipe is so simple, you'll wonder why you hadn't tried it before.
Recipe + Image from MakeTheBestofEverything.com
You'd be surprise what a little almond flour, honey and applesauce can do to a cookie. Give it a shot - it's also Dairy Free, Egg Free, Grain Free and Paleo.
Recipe + Image from UrbanPoser.
I always considered oatmeal chocolate chip cookies to be on the 'healthier' side of the cookie family, because, well, it had oatmeal in it! This healthy oatmeal cookie has taken it a step further though. It has no oil, flour, eggs or added sugar.
Recipe + Image from TheSkinnyFork.com.
These blueberry yogurt cookies aren't exactly replacing any of my favorite cookies, but I love them! The are so moist and flavorful. These are a little less on the healthy side, with 1 1/4 cup of sugar, but the Greek yogurt and blueberries make it for it... in my opinion.
Recipe + Image from SpoonForkBacon.com
What are you favorite "Healthy" holiday cookies?