Twisted Paleo Baked Goods
Information & Options
Baked goods are sold by the batch (12 for muffins and scones and 24 for cookies) and the price shown is the price per item. Paleo baked goods should be transferred to an air-tight container, and will keep well for a number of days and also freeze well. While refrigeration isn't required, they will stay fresher longer if refrigerated.
In my baked goods that call for chocolate chips, I list dark chocolate chips in the ingredients. Due to the small amount of dairy and cane sugar they contain, dark chocolate chips are considered Paleo friendly, as long as they contain no soy, gluten, corn syrup, vegetable oils or some other ingredient not allowed on Paleo. But I have two options if someone wants organic chocolate that is strict Paleo and contains no dairy or cane sugar and is also vegan.
One option is Santa Barbara Organic 70% Cacao Chips made from single origin Criollo Cacao from the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. These are sweetened with organic raw coconut sugar. Their third ingredient is cocoa butter which is extracted from cocoa beans by fermenting, drying, roasting, and then pressing them.
The other option for strict Paleo and Vegan chocolate chips is Hu Gems, which are also organic and 70% cacao. These are made from the same three ingredients as the Santa Barbara chips. The only difference is their size and shape, making one more suitable than the other for certain recipes.
Because of their cost, I need to charge $.25 more per item. These are available for use in any recipe with chocolate chips. The only item that has this built into the cost is the Paleo and Vegan Chocolate Chips Cookies. These cookies are also available as Paleo Friendly or as Vegan and Paleo Friendly.