It’s baking season, which means… COOKIES! But honestly, it’s baking season for me all year. Who else loves to bake?!

Well, even if you don’t love it, you have to try these cookies. They’re really easy to make and so delicious, they will be worth it. Trust me, you’ll regret not making them!

These would make a great neighbor gift or treat to bring to any gatherings this weekend and over the following week for the holidays!

These cookies are chocolatey, perfectly sweet, chewy, soft, and so so delicious. You will keep coming back for more!


Makes about 2 dozen cookies

1 cup gluten free flour blend

1 1/4 cup almond flour

1 t baking soda

1 1/2 c Brown coconut sugar

2 flax eggs (or chicken eggs if desired)

8 T melted coconut oil

1 t pink salt

1/4 c peanut butter or almond butter

2 t vanilla

1/4 c plant based milk (I like MALK)

1/2-2/3 c semi sweet chocolate chips

Combine all dry ingredients in stand mixer. Make two flax eggs by adding two tablespoons flax meal and six tablespoons filtered water, place in fridge until thickens up.

Add all wet ingredients in with the dry and mix to fork a dough. Add chocolate in last.

Refrigerate for one hour. Bake at 350 for 12-15 minutes.

Enjoy! And happy holidays to you all.


Since going gluten-free, I have been working so hard on some good recipes. I have always loved baking, but baking gluten-free was so different from what I knew. I am finally feeling like a got this gluten-free baking thing down, and am ready to start sharing more of my creations!

I teased these delicious scones on my Instagram the other day, and I am so excited to be sharing them with you guys now.

These scones are:

simple to make



sugar-free (they do have honey)

paired perfectly with tea or coffee

They would be a great neighbor and coworker gift, or a great addition to your Christmas breakfast! I hope you guys love them as much as we do!

vanilla cardamom scones


1 c. organic quinoa flour by Namaste Foods

1 c. organic gluten-free perfect flour blend by Namaste Foods

1/3 c. avocado oil 

1/3 c. plant based milk

2 organic eggs

1 t. vanilla 

3 T. raw honey

1 1/2 t.  cardamom

1 t. cinnamon 

1/2 t. pink salt

In a mixing bowl whisk together eggs, milk, avocado oil, honey, cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla, and salt. Using a rubber spatula, add in flours. Bake at 350 for 17-20 minutes. These make about 10 small scones and 7 larger scones.

Top with Coconut Cult, raw honey, almond butter, coconut whipped cream, or any other delicious topping! There are so good, I have them baking in the oven as I write this, and can’t wait to devour them.

I hope you guys try this recipe out! Be sure to use #naturallychelsrecipe on Instagram so I can see them!

*this post is sponsored by Namaste Foods. I have been buying their organic flours since I went gluten free, and have loved them!



15 oz. Hope Foods spicy avocado hummus

2 c. dry Ancient Grains gluten free pasta or whatever your favorite pasta is

1 large bunch kale

 your favorite vegan super food patties


Cook pasta as according to package. Chop the kale, and sautee with evoo, s+p, fresh garlic.  I broil the super food vegan patties we like on 350 until browned and lightly crispy on the outside! When the pasta is cooked and drained, add in the hummus and kale. Top with the vegan patty.

That’s all! This dinner is easy, fast, and crazy nutritious! I love that we can use Hope Foods Hummus for so many great things. It’s such a delicious, creamy, vegan pasta sauce. The spicy avocado flavor is just a little spicy, and full of flavor. I love that I don’t even have to add any more spices to it! Hope Foods caries a large variety of flavors that you can use in so many ways, and they make great sauces all on their own.

We love hummus, in fact Calum could very well live off the stuff! You can find more hummus recipes and inspiration here!