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I did it again. I called myself JB. I referred to myself in the third person and confirmed everyone’s guesses that I am excessively weird. Whatever. I dance on video camera while cooking, people are bound to feel uncomfortable during my posts as well.

Anywho, let’s talk about sweets people. Holy poop, I love sweets. Like LOVE them. I grew up on peanut butter and chocolate chip sandwiches and swiss rolls. Thanks mom. Then fell in love with chocolate chip pancakes as my after school snack in high school. Then found out how amazing a 2 gallon tub of ice cream and sugar cookie dough can be while studying with my best girlfriends in college. Yeah, I’m into sweets. Slightly embarrassing.

But here’s the jist. I gain weight VERY easily. Like stupid easily. My metabolism is dumb. So when I eat any sort of sugar, my body goes wild. I can feel the changes that have occurred within hours. And know that the sugar I consumed WILL change my body, and not for the best.

BUT, I’m a human being. A human being who loves sweets. So in no way am I ever going to give them up completely. If I tell myself I can’t have something, I want it more. So I have to figure out a solution to my sweets addiction. I can either consume a Cinnabon (holy balls those are good) or I can consume my coffee cake. I can consume stuffed french toast from Ihop or I can consume my french toast. So I think this over. What’s going to make me feel worse? Grains or nuts and coconut. Well, my body doesn’t like grains. And I probably wouldn’t poo for a week if I ate the stuffed french toast from Ihop. So I go with my own version of french toast. And don’t feel sick, I don’t feel uncomfortable, and I don’t have any regret about what I ate. Seems understandable to me.

If I want something sweet, I will eat something that has been paleo-fied and serves the purpose of satisfying my sweets needs. I will stuff the sh*t out of dates with some almond butter and I will be a happy clam. And that’s why I love having creating my own paleo desserts. I can live a lifestyle that is, well, livable. I can find different options out there that make me happy and don’t make me feel like I’m missing out. And that is the key to a healthy diet. A healthy way of eating. Having unlimited options to keep you on track. That’s why I blog recipes daily. To give you all options.

But what I do want to specify, because I have dealt with this issue myself, is that just because it is “paleo” does not mean it is completely good for you. Sugar is sugar. It affects your body the same way no matter what kind it is. So just like regular desserts, paleo desserts need to be eaten in moderation as well. If your body is like mine, it’s not going to love having an entire jar of almond butter or an entire plate of sweet potato brownies. The dimples on my ass increase when the jar of almond butter disappears. It’s just plain fact.

So I definitely have to eat in moderation. And control myself, which is always a difficult feat. So when I make these desserts, I’m often taking them to friends. I get to satisfy my sweet tooth and share new recipes with you, while making others happy and help them find out how amazing the paleo diet can be. That’s pretty awesome.

Let’s sum this up.

  1. I love sweets. So I eat them in ways that are better FOR ME. That does not mean I think they are extremely healthy and should be consumed daily. Or that your body processes sweets the same way mine does. Just remember, your body is YOURS. So you need to figure out the best options for YOUR body. Sweets or no sweets.
  2. Even though I talk about my love for sweets, when CrossFit competitions come up, my diet changes immensely and I have to eat differently than I did before. That means no dark chocolate for JB. No late light food binges. And no crazy big meals. Kinda blows, but totally worth it.
  3. The inside of a Cinnabon cinnamon roll is tear worthy. True beauty right there. But I must shove that to the back of mind so I can have a digestive tract that works correctly.

So now it’s time for you to figure out what works for you. Are you the type that can’t have any sweets? Or the type that needs something sweet daily. I don’t care either way, just find what works for you. And stop worrying about what others are eating. Having a dessert 2-3 times a week is what makes me happy. So that’s what I do to keep myself sane and smiley. Like sticky apple bars. Those thing were awesome. And made because I was craving apple pie. It worked. Not craving it anymore. Boom.

Life is all about decisions. The decision to eat something that makes us sick or something that makes us thrive, both physically and mentally. Sticky apple bars make me healthy in the mind. And that’s why I love paleo desserts.

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.

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117 thoughts on “JB’s Viewpoint on Paleo Desserts”

  1. woo hoo for sweets! It keeps me and the family satisfied that we can enjoy them in moderation, along with all the yummy food creations we make. So much better at enjoying their addition rather than than the sugar processed crud we had nightly before. Thanks JB for making MY world a better place. πŸ™‚

  2. Still new to paleo and crossfit so adjusting but learning what works and what doesn’t! Your recipes are awesome and sun dried tomato pesto chicken is my go to. Thanks again!

  3. wow. did thst post ever hit home for me. I’m just like you. my body will react right away to grains or straight up sugar…people think i’m crazy but it’s true. it doesnt take much to have an effect on my body…but i too like desserts and can appreciate a good alternative that i truly feel no guilt over. thanks JB

    1. This is true for me also! I can literally feel the bloat set in when I eat sugar or carbs (like pasta). My body hurts. My mom thinks I’m crazy, but I know my body! I can totally relate to this and the love of sweets!!! Thank you Juli!

  4. Awesome post, thank you! It couldn’t have come at a better time. I still in my first month of going paleo and love your recipes and blog. Especially the sweet stuff, but it’s been way to easy to slip into the mindset of ‘oh it paleo so it’s ok’ errrrrr hello jars of almond butter, batches of sticky apple bars (I LoVE them so much I have had to ban the baking of them temporarily!).
    So basically thank you for the blog and reminding me, and all
    of us, that unfortunately treats are treats for a reason. On the plus side I feel so much, indescribably, better since cutting out grains and processed food and excess sugar. This is the first ‘diet’ (I hate that word)that I can maintain, its a lifestyle I guess and it’s so positive. I’m encouraging everyone to do it from my flat mates to my mum.
    Wow long post. Whoops.
    But thank you.
    Vicks xxxx

  5. I love sweets, but am trying this paleo thing on for size, and am doing what I can to avoid sugar. So far, I have been a sweets and carb weekend warrior. That has not been working so well for me, but I forge onward. The sticky apple bars looked so divine I was ready to start making them right then and there…except I had none of the ingrediets. So I will have to buy them….doing without is not an option.

  6. What a great post lady, I think this is the most rational and honest explanation I’ve heard in a long time.
    (My colon hates ihop like that as well ergh..)
    My problem was I would skip all other forms of nourishment for a modest amount of sweets which left me malnourished and muscle-less.I have a lot of health issues because of it..
    Paleo has made all the difference… but you’re right…those dates and raisins and nuts…I still have to be mindful!
    It’s totally worth it. Thanks for the good reminder. πŸ™‚

  7. I LOVE sweets too, but as long as I give myself a small paleo version of it, I don’t go crazy. My quickest most satisfying small treat is blending together a spoonful of almond butter, 1/2 spoonful coconut oil, and sprinklings of raw nuts, dried cranberries or dates, coconut flakes, and a dash of cinnamon. It’s my crumbly version of something similar to a larabar that satisfies my sweet tooth!

  8. I could not agree more with this post! I definitely choose to eat sweets a few times a week or when I’m really craving them. It keeps me sane even though I gain weight just looking at a cookie. I would rather be happy. Well said Juli!

  9. Really great post and I know this is a tricky topic in the paleo community. some don’t “believe” in paleo desserts. I think if it keeps someone on track and eating whole real foods without going crazy them go for it. I’m not sure if I’ve ever had a sweet tooth but since eating more paleo my palette has changed immensely and when I need a sweet I only crave super dark chocolate or a rich, not so sweet chocolate pie/ mousse etc. I have chocolate every single day and I think that works for me. If I don’t have any on hand I end up tearing my kitchen apart looking for anything to satisfy and usually end up eating a butt load of something else to fill the void. So a square or two or four is a better option for me.

  10. well said…even if it did start out in 3rd person.

    thanks for promoting paleo AND figuring out what works for your body. too many ppl get lost in the sauce of what ‘is’ and ‘isn’t’ paleo. life isn’t black or white, take a step back and take some accountability for how paleo is going to look for you. it is your body, afterall!!

    of course i got the SLOWEST turning bananas in history, always keeping me one step away from your banana bread french toast…

  11. Something happened to me about 8 years ago–I think it was when I started taking magnesium–and I no longer crave sweets or each much sugar. It’s the weirdest thing. I don’t hate sweets, but food often tastes TOO sweet to me so I can easily stop after a few bites.

    BTW, I made the paleo brownies and my son asked if it was from the same recipe the cavemen used.

  12. Awesome post! I would be interested in seeing what a typical day of eating looks like for you and then also how you eat when your training or competing in the Crossfit competitions. Thank you so much for all your kick a$$ posts!!

  13. It is definitely easy to over do it with “paleo” treats because most times, they are super high fat/high calorie (not necessarily a bad thing) and one spoonful of Justin’s Maple Almond butter turns into me just sticking my fingers in the jar until I realize it’s about gone. I also don’t do well sharing (except with my husband), and I don’t like having leftover desserts hanging around. So that leads us to killing off the whole thing in one sitting. I’ve fallen into eating more than I need to of a “paleo” treat just because it’s “paleo” and not as bad. I’ve come a long way realizing what my body truly needs and eating more when I trained harder. After a super hard strength session at the gym, I have no regrets when I have a healthy (whopping) amount of dark chocolate or nut butter. So, as many have written, if you’re mindful about what you’re putting in your pie hole, keep yourself happy and give your body what it wants.

  14. its funny you said cinnabon… I just ordered and tried Trutein’s Cinnabun flavored protein (115 cals for a huge scoop, 1 g fat, 24/25 g protein, 1g of sugar I think?) anyway, not paleo, but holy balls it tastes JUST LIKE a cinnabun, I almost had a stroke. and you can bake with it…hmmm. mix of casein/eggwhite/whey protein so it covers both immediate and longer term needs.

  15. I needed this post. I love sweets and cannot live without them-I have tried and failed miserably. I just gotta remember moderation and overall health in everything I consume. Thanks again!

  16. Juli,

    Weird actually means ‘supernatural’, and it used to mean ‘having the power to control destiny’.

    So, if you still think you’re weird, you’re actually BADASS!

    I’m a sweets nut too. But thanks to candida, I can’t be, or my skin will break out, and I’ll sob for days. Not cool.

    I was THIS CLOSE to having a piece of chocolate brownie at work yesterday. >< THAT SPACE IN BETWEEN!? THAT CLOSE!

    It sucked.

  17. I frequently read your blog, and have tried your recipes (delicious always)… but have been insanely jealous that you get to eat all those sweets and your lifestyle allows you burn the stuff off. Yes. JEALOUS. But you made great note that you too are careful, you give stuff away, etc. I do the same (unless its damn good, then I eat it myself). Thanks for letting us all know that just because you’re beautiful doesn’t mean your pits don’t stink.

    1. Yeah please don’t think that because I have to be VERY careful. I’m on vacation this week and have already gained some weight. bullshit right therrr

  18. AMEN TO THAT. I think you and me have some similarities (personality and the love we have for desserts) that I think our metabolisms are the same.. thats a lie. But im gonna go with it.

  19. Thank you for this! I’m much happier with a paleo diet that includes occasional treats than one that’s always super strict. Good to know there are others that agree. Keep up all the great work. I love your recipes!

  20. I love this post cause its all the thoughts that have been floating around in my brain for a year now, that I didn’t know how to put in to words!

    Thanks for making paleo easier for my husband and me! We thank you and so do my WODs (and my gag reflux when I finish the WODs since I no longer eat garbage)!

  21. I heart this post. It sums up everything I believe about sugar. I think its important to acknowledge the fact that just because something is “paleo” doesn’t mean its a free for all. It’s still a dessert fair and square. At the same, however, if I want a brownie I’m going to have one, so why not make it as healthy as possible.

    Kudos to you!

  22. Thanks for the voice of reason here. Too often, when it comes to Paleo treats, it’s either/or, as if we live in some sort of black and white world where Cinnabon doesn’t exist. I generally save the treats for a social occasion, and when people ask about it, they are blown away by the lack of grains and refined sugars, which makes them look silly after making bad caveman jokes all night. Love it.
    P.S.- Your sweet potato brownies were da bomb.

  23. Amen,JB, amen. As a lover of sweets I’m making 5 min paleo choc cake in a mug. Right now. In your honor. And since I’m doing the Open WODs but not a Games contender, I will not feel guilty for eating the whole thing. I’m just saving you from your half. See what a good friend I am? Thanks for continuing to entertain, provide lots of good convo at my box, and for feeding us well!! Good luck in the Open!

  24. I love sweet sugar almost as much as I love my bread and that is saying alot. My husband and I have just gone Paleo and its the going without the sweet snack in the evening thats really posing a challenge so I am going to try a sweet recipe this weekend.

    1. I too love sugar but react badly. I feel better and metabolize better sugar free with minimal grains/carbs.

      My new favourite evening sweet treat that has no sugar is Celetial Seasonings Bengal Spice tea with a little almond milk. I could swear this had sugar in it but really it is just the spices. Awesome in the evenings when, especially after a stressful day, one sugary treat leads to 50.

  25. kristen @ livinlifeinlouie

    I KNOW that my body acts differently when I eat sugar. I am trying VERY hard to decrease the amount I eat, but I also have a sweet tooth (or many haha)
    I have also found dates were so well at helping w/ my sweet tooth. Now I just need to find a few more.
    Thanks!

  26. Thanks! I will keep your perspective in mind when struggling with my own desire for sweet versus the guilt I inevitably feel.

    BTW, sugar might have an “effect” on your body. But it doesn’t “effect” it, it “affects” it. πŸ˜‰

  27. Hi! Loved the Banana Bread French Toast! I also love dark chocolate, a little to much! I pretty much switched out wine and cheese for dark chocolate and sparkling water! But, I am trying to lose a few pounds and thinking the dark chocolate and Paleo Banana bread isn’t the best idea…especially with little self control. So, when you are training for an upcoming competition or being strict…what would be your normal day of meals? And, do you limit calories as well? Thanks! (I have green chili pork in the crock pot right now…EXCITED!)

  28. Hey there! I just want to THANK YOU IMMENSELY for putting your great recipes up and sharing with the rest of us. I’ve been dairy- and gluten-free for a few years — and have become an excellent baker of such — but I’ve recently discovered my digestive issues go way beyond mere gluten. I was super bummed when I got dished up the news that I need to get off the legumes and starches, along with all those grains, and I was like: But what will I bake? How will my friends survive without those baked goodies I so often share (like you say, it’s a great way to insure I don’t eat them all myself). But then my nutritionist gave me the link to your site, and … I feel like it’s a form of salvation for everyone (me and my gut, my friends and their appetites). Your recipes are EXCELLENT! … And you write with great humor. PROPS!

  29. I love this post! I wish I would have read it yesterday before I ate 6 cookies to make myself happy, but better late than never!! Hopefully, I will do better next time around and make some sticky apple bars! πŸ™‚ Thanks for this!

  30. Fantastic post as usual! I know for me one bite of sugar sets me off to binge for way too long so I just have to avoid it…..I can be the same way with some fruits and am trying to limit that and eat it only in season. Paleo has helped but even with the delicious treats I usually make half a batch so it’s not as bad if I eat it all and great if hubby splits it with me being only half a batch! I love to cook, love to bake and love to eat but yes limits or the weight goes on crazy quick! Currently doing Jack Kruse’s Leptin Reset, strict ketogenic paleo and his CT and hoping that helps correct many (if not all) of my health problems and resets my metabolism but I’m still not going back to the SAD way of eating…..paleo all the way for me as it’s a great, healthy lifestyle! Have a great vacation!

  31. Totally love and relate to this post. As a recent convert to the paleo lifestyle, I have to say I was sad, thinking I wouldn’t be able to bake or have sweets anymore. Finding posts like yours, both the recipes and random rants, helps knowing I’m not the only one who thought so initially! I can’t wait to try a bunch of your recipes, going to have to print them out to share with my mom (also a recovering sugar addict and paleo convert). And I totally hear you on the Cinnabon! They are one of my huge weaknesses, although I find I crave sugar so way less now. Dark chocolate is my saviour, although my friends look at me like I’m crazy while I’m nom noming on a piece or 3 of 85-90% cocoa chocolate πŸ˜‰ Keep up the awesome work and brutal, but hilarious, honesty! You are inspiring!

  32. I’m glad I’m not the only person that goes apeshit crazy if I don’t have something sweet more than once a month. I tried to go 30 days without and ended up eating a 3-lb tub of dates over the course of 3 days. Not cool. I guess my point is, thanks for posting all your awesomeness and keeping me from gaining 3lbs from dates.

    1. I’m right there with you Maggie! I haven’t eaten chocolate in around 3 weeks or so and I want to scream. I want it bad. It’s going to be an ugly day when I can again.

  33. I just got a bag of enjoy life Semi sweet mini chips, on your recommendation, omg, I am in love πŸ˜‰ (and big trouble!)

  34. I couldn’t agree more, JB! I feel the exact same way and apply the same mentality to my life. Paleo is a lifestyle, not a temporary diet. If I had to cut sweets out forever, I’d kill myself. I get a little baking happy sometimes and prob eat a few too many Paleo sweets, but since they don’t make me feel like crap, and as long as I’m eating well outside of that, I don’t really care. I’m gonna go make some Caramel Pecan Bars! They sound heavenly!

  35. Great perspective on a topic I’ve heard argued many ways within the paleo community. I agree and love to try new paleo desserts. Something else to consider though, (and something I’ve found to be true for myself) our bodies tend to have food cravings when we are deficient in some nutrient. Having a sweet craving may be your body’s way of trying to tell you something. Personally, I crave sweets far less when I’m eating more healthy fats. And yes, I know that doesn’t change the fact that paleo desserts are still just damn good.

  36. This post made me adore you!! I love sweets. Maybe even beyond love. It’s an addiction. I’m so glad to know I’m not the only one. I’m trying the sweet potato brownies this week. I can’t wait!

  37. I love your thoughts about eating “sweets” on Paleo – and totally agree. There is definitely one week a month that if I don’t eat something sweet, someone is going to get a pen in the eye. It’s better to eat something healthier if you are going to do it than to just stuff your face with something bad for you. Well played!

  38. Yeah, you should add, your tastes will change as well. I tried the avacado, chocolate pudding. I know you hate kiddos, but mine make me smile, almost roll on the ground laughing. I gave a bite to my 7-year old and the face she made was priceless. It was a mom..that is NOT pudding!

    That was my first batch, the 2nd batch came out better….I like it, kids not so much so. They are a hard crowd to bring with me! πŸ™‚ Another good post!

  39. So I just found your blog. I gotta say – i’m straight, have a boyfriend and have quite possibly fallen in love. Ok so I know that’s nuts but exploring this blog is fun – maybe mostly because of your POV and your voice. I completely relate to you..can’t wait to try some of your recipes.

  40. This was funny for me to read just now. I’ve been paleo for a while now, but didn’t experience that massive, effortless weight loss most people do. So I went and got a BioSignature done (totally awesome if you haven’t heard of it). And my number 1 problem area was “blood sugar management”. I looked at the trainer and said “ok so what does that mean?” He responded: “It means you eat a sweet potato and get fat”. So true! So sad! So for right now I’m going pretty low carb until my insulin gets its sh*t together. So no paleo sweets for me right now πŸ™ But! I do get cheat meals and I’m not willing to totally destroy myself with gluten, so I’ll be making a lot of your treats for those meals. Wahoo!! And eventually, I’ll be able to eat a more normal amount of carbs without it going straight to my love handles. Sigh.

  41. Hi JB,

    I am 5 days into Paleo and so far so good πŸ™‚ Your blog is truly inspiring! Keep up the great work!!

    How can I get a T-shirt???

  42. I HAD to have sweet in my coffee – so I made creamer out of two dates blended in a food processor with coconut milk. It’s perfect. One cup in the morning and I’m content all day. Amen

  43. Hi! Just found your site through a friend. Love it! I am not Paleo, but I do eat whole foods with minimal grain consumption, and I’m interested in learning more about Paleo.

    I’m the same with sweets. Half a bite in, I can feel my ass expanding.That’s why I usually wear spandex when I eat sugar. Or at least have the decency to unbutton my fly.

    <3
    Sarah

  44. I recently visited my son in Colorado. He is into Crossfit & Paleo. So for 5 days I ate Paleo foods. He is getting headaches during his workouts his Dr. says it could be exertion. He was told to rest from Crossfit for 1 week. Meanwhile he has lost almost 35 lbs. I’m very proud of him! Whopee!

  45. My metabolism is pretty good. I mean I definitely weighed more when I ate garbage, but now that I eat great, nut butters and desserts don’t seem to affect me. We make sweets on the weekend when my husband is home and usually double it…and eat all of it. So then what is there to do on Sunday but make something else? lol. Yeah, I go a bit crazy on them, but my weight doesn’t change, I don’t feel like crap, and it makes me happy so it’s all good right? πŸ™‚

  46. I really like this rant JB! You got it spot on – I totally agree. My stomach aches so bad when I eat grains or dairy products so I just have to make a taste-alike instead. And it turns out I often thinks it’s much better than the crappy stuff that makes me blow up πŸ™‚

    Just love your humor as well! You really make me laugh sitting in front of my Mac. My boyfriend must think I’m totally nuts! Sort of πŸ˜‰

  47. LOVE this post! For the past 2 years my body would blow up with sugar and people thought I was just being ridiculous. I did just find out it was because of systematic candida overgrowth so I can’t have sugar or grains whatsoever for a while. Going to take a look at some of your desserts so I can make myself something Jillian friendly for Christmas! <3 Thanks lady!

  48. Juli – you are simply the most enjoyable human being to watch live life. I love all of your blogs and recipes.

    I too gain about 5 lbs with every bite of sugar. It is frustrating because even though I am 20, I have the appetite of a 5 year and the metabolism of a slug ( I don’t know if they have a slow metabolism, but they are slow, so it works.)

    Speaking of sweets, I have an idea for a recipe you should try: Peppermint Coconut Klondike bites.
    Just take your already amazing Coconut bites, but make the chocolate part on top peppermint flavored chocolate and then maybe crushed candy canes on top?? (not strict paleo with candy canes, but delicious to add on!)
    Just a thought πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the good laugh πŸ™‚

  49. Great article. As an dietitian I have been sitting back and watching the whole Paleo diet emerge and could not agree with you more – sugar is sugar. Tons of dates =sugar. That being said – there can be a place in the diet for paleo treats, people just need to figure out how their body responds to them. Some people are fine, others will not be fine! Moderation is the key! Keep up the good work.

  50. I’m struggling to find my happy place with eating and my body right now, so this post is spot on. I love your blog and recipes and this post was so helpful!!!!!! Now to resist temptations…..

  51. Amen Sister, amen. My good friend came up with this and it saves me over and over. Stays in the fridge forever and one ball is perfect, even during the strongest of PMS.

    1/2 cup coconut oil, 1/2 cacao powder, 1/4 maple syrup, goji berries (optional). Mix together and form into bite size balls. Refrigerate until firm (thankfully it doesn’t take long). Before refrigerating, you can also roll in cacao nibs or place a bit of coarse salt or both!

    Love what you do Juli – thank you!

  52. I love sweets too but just a little tip you can take Gymnema & you will not even like sugar… It just won’t taste good …it’s
    natural.. Love your blog & you JB!.. You make me wanna cook more & break out dancing too!

  53. Well I just want you to know that we use your recipes a lot and everything that my honey and I have tried of yours is awesome. We follow you on facebook. I honestly feel If I was unable to eat the sweets, we would be back to the same old garbage and feeling sick all the time. I still have a ways to go but I have lost 70lbs and my honey 120lbs and we have only started this late March. Keep feeding us your sweets. We Thank you sooooo much…Yours truly Tammy

  54. I understand how you feel, but for me it is salt. I crave salt like you crave sweets; so much so, I have been known to just eat salt. Also like you, my body reacts IMMEDIATELY! Unfortunately, I cut most salt out of my diet, but I still love and crave it.

  55. I really love this post. I thought my metabolism was the worst! At least I know,now, I’m not the only one! I have done so much reading on going grain free and the Paleo diet and would love to start, but I am not sure where to begin or how to start? Also if it is affordable, as I am on a tight budget. Any sugesstions would be greatly appreciated!

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