Enjoy these for Shabbat. Or whenever you feel like celebrating. Have them at 10 o'clock in the morning. Seriously. You will love them.
I personally added extra agave nectar and stevia (until I balanced the wet/dry ratio of the two and got the sweetness to my liking). So, my advice? Make this recipe your starting point.
Oh, and as for the almond flour, I bought a bag of it at the local grocery store this week for almost $12. However, you can buy a bag of blanched almonds for $5 and grind them yourself. Make sure they are dry so the nuts don't make a sticky ball when you process them in a food processor. But if you can grind them into the same consistency for that significant of a difference, do so. Use the spare change to do a local mitzvah project.
Alright women. I've stalled long enough. Here's the link to Elana's website:
Feel fabulous with this little treat. And Happy Purim!