No Bake Cookie Dough Bites Recipe




When I was a kid, the best part about making cookies was getting to eat the leftover dough. Even though I'm an adult now, I still have a pretty big fondness for cookie dough. These bites are perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth without any refined sugar, they're great for lunchbox snacks, and you can't go wrong if you bring a tray or two to your next party. 

Ingredients:

1 cup raw nuts (almonds or cashews work best)
1/2 cup rolled oats
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup pitted dates + 1 tbsp agave or maple syrup or 1/4 cup maple syrup
1 tbsp peanut butter (optional)
1 tbsp organic vanilla extract
2 tbsp chocolate chips (use non-dairy if you prefer)

Directions:

Process the nuts and oats in a food processor until a fine flour forms. Make sure not to process too long so the nuts don't turn into nut butter. Add the remaining ingredients and combine. Scoop out with a spoon and form small balls. Place on a plate or tin lined with parchment paper and freeze 20-30 minutes. Store in the fridge for a quick snack anytime the cookie craving hits!



 


By Steph Davidson| October 22, 2016
Categories:  Recipes

About the Author

Steph Davidson

Steph Davidson

Steph is a writer and editor with a love of tea, books, and horror movies. Steph grew up under the impression that most meals came out of a box and had to contain some sort of animal protein. When an interest in a more environmentally friendly way of living led to her vegetarianism in 2012, she decided to teach herself how to cook. You can catch her kitchen wins (and the occasional opportunity for improvement) on Instagram @stephnotstephanie.


 

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