These delicious frozen bites are unbaked, super-simple and taste like cookie dough! The good news is that you can enjoy them as an anytime snack without guilt. We’ve even helped out with portion control. Conventional cookie doughs are loaded with unhealthy animal fats and full of processed white sugar. Not these!

Total time: 65-70 minutes

Active time: 20 minutes

3/4 cup GF rolled oats

3/4 cup almond flour

2 tablespoons chopped almonds

2 tablespoons coconut sugar

2 tablespoons shredded unsweetened coconut

4 tablespoons chocolate chips

1/2 cup almond butter

5 tablespoons coconut oil, melted

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

3 tablespoons maple syrup

1/4 teaspoon sea salt

1 teaspoon maca powder

1 teaspoon hemp seeds

  1. In a food processor or blender, pulse the oats until they are a light floury texture.
  2. Combine the powdered oats, almond flour, chopped almonds, coconut sugar, shredded coconut, chocolate chips, almond butter, coconut oil, vanilla, maple syrup, sea salt, maca, and hemp seeds. The dough should be a little sticky. If it is too dry, add a touch of non-dairy milk and stir again until it comes together.
  3. Place the dough on a cookie sheet in the freezer for 5 minutes to firm up. If the mixture is still too sticky, add a light dusting of almond flour or oat flour. Shape into small balls with barely wet or lightly greased fingers. Place on a plate or cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and return to the freezer.
  4. Freeze for at least an hour or until firm.

Makes 12-14 bites

Kelly Childs

Author

Kelly is the co-founder and co-owner (with her daughter Erinn) of the ever popular, Kelly's Bake Shoppe, where 1000's flock to on a weekly basis. She lives in downtown Burlington with her husband Ken. You can find Kelly developing new content and recipes, creating marketing content and building new business ideas with her daughter Erinn. They are now writing their 2nd cookbook that is due to come out in 2020.

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