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We created this Hormone Helping Coconut Chips recipe a couple years ago for our ladies in the Healthy Hormones Group Program and we still can’t get enough!

We love incorporating coconut flakes into our diets for a lot of reasons.

Coconut Flake Magic

For one, they have an amazing composition of healthy fats, protein, and fiber. Not only does this combination of macronutrients help keep you full longer after meals (which also helps prevent unhealthy snacking you weren’t actually intending), but fueling your body with such balanced caloric intake is great for the hormonal system.

Additionally, the fatty acids found in coconut products directly play a role in healthy hormone synthesis so their presence in the diet greatly increases the success of all your other hormone-helping interventions; after all, it makes sense that if you don’t have the building blocks to create hormones, no amount of adjunctive therapies are going to help your cause in the long term.

The Special Spices

The spices found in this recipe work through a variety of mechanisms to help the endocrine and adrenal system along.

Since glucose metabolism is a huge problem in people with hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal dysfunction (which is often simply referred to as “adrenal fatigue” but is actually an incredibly limited way to look at the problem since it encompasses so much more than the adrenals…no wonder people have a hard time treating it on their own!), the cayenne, turmeric, and cinnamon are in here to help with the proper use and balance of sugar in the body.

Optimizing Inflammation

As an added bonus, cayenne pepper and turmeric are incredibly effective in tempering the inflammatory response in the body due to stress, high glucose levels, and underlying hormonal imbalances (see how they all work off each other??), incorporating these spices into meals regularly can be really helpful.

Optimizing inflammation  is especially helpful in the Release and Rise phases of the menstrual cycle.



  1. Preheat your oven to 300 degrees.
  2. Place your coconut flakes into a medium-sized mixing bowl.
  3. Add in the cayenne pepper, ground turmeric, and ground cinnamon to the coconut flakes and stir well so that all the spices are well distributed (trust us when we say that you do not want a big bite of cayenne pepper down the line).
  4. Place the tablespoon of ghee (or coconut oil) into a small bowl and microwave it until the ghee has melted.
  5. Add the honey and vanilla extract to your melted ghee and mix them all together.
  6. Slowly pour your honey, ghee, and vanilla extract mixture of the spice-dusted coconut flakes. Mix it all together until everything is evenly distributed.
  7. Line a baking sheet with wax paper and evenly spread your coconut flake mixture over the entire area. You don’t want big clumps so take a few moments to spread it all out over the entire baking sheet.
  8. Bake in the oven for 5-7 minutes.
  9. Take out and let cool.
  10. We stored ours in a glass tupperware container.

Want to learn more fun and delicious recipes that can also help support your adrenal glands and balance hormones? Check out our upcoming Healthy Hormones Group Program starting March 27th!!!



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