No-bake Chocolate Oat Cookies

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No-bake Chocolate Oat Cookies

No-bake Chocolate Oat Cookies

Delicious and satisfying chocolate cookies that are healthier than your average cookie and require no baking.

No-bake Chocolate Oat Cookies

No-bake recipes are my favourite kind of recipes. They’re so much quicker to make and a lot easier to master and get right. These no-bake chocolate oat cookies are a great example of that. You mix all the ingredients in a bowl, then shape into cookies and you’re done! You do have to wait for them to set in the fridge, but that’s the hardest part of the recipe. 

This is one of those recipes that you can make when you want need a quick chocolate fix, but you’re not in the mood for baking. They’re also perfect for those warm summer days when you don’t feel like turning the oven on. My flat already feels like an oven, so the last thing I want to do is to add another source of heat. 

They have a lovely chewy bite to them and they’re packed with great ingredients like oats, almond butter and cocoa butter. It would make a great alternative chocolate treat for kids and an easy way to get some extra fibre into their diets. 

These no-bake chocolate oat cookies are:

Deliciously satisfying
Healthier than your average cookie
Require no baking
And only call for 7 ingredients

A must-try if you’re looking for an easy, fool-proof and chocolatey treat.

No-bake Chocolate Oat Cookies

Makes – 12


125g (1/2 cup) natural almond butter – you can substitute with peanut butter
35g (1/4 cup) cacao butter – you can substitute with coconut oil or dairy-free spread
60 ml (1/4 cup) maple syrup
60ml (1/4 cup) milk of choice – I used oat milk
Pinch salt
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
220g (2 cups) gluten-free jumbo oats
4 tbsp cocoa powder


Add the almond butter, cacao butter and maple syrup to a heat-proof bowl. 
Place the bowl over a saucepan of gently simmering water. Stir continuously until everything is melted.
Take off the heat and mix in the milk, vanilla and salt, and then fold in the oats and cocoa.
Using an ice cream scoop or a tablespoon, scoop out the mixture and drop on a baking sheet lined with baking paper. Shape into round cookies and refrigerate until set. 

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  1. Hi Nadia thank you this looks amazing. But how did you get it all chocolatey? My cacao butter is white in colour.

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