No Bake Snickerdoodles

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What is better than a snickerdoodle?  How about no bake snickerdoodle cookie dough bites!  Now we are talking.  I already have a Gluten Free Snickerdoodle on my blog, so this was only a matter of time.

No Bake Snickerdoodles - My Whole Food Life

These can be made in just minutes and are gluten free!  Can it get better?  My daughter just loves cinnamon.  In fact, to get her to drink her milk, I add some cinnamon to it.  I call it Meadow’s Secret Milk and she drinks it right up!  So these were right up her alley.  I hope you enjoy them as well.

No Bake Snickerdoodles

No Bake Snickerdoodles

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 12 cookies

No Bake Snickerdoodles

Ingredients

Instructions

  • In the food processor, grind up the oats and almonds.
  • Then add in the rest of the ingredients until a dough starts to form.
  • Roll into balls and then flatten them with your palm.

I kept mine in the fridge on a plate with parchment paper. I got 12 out of my batch. Enjoy!

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No Bake Snickerdoodles

41 thoughts on “No Bake Snickerdoodles

  1. Love ur recipes and the simplicity of making them! I am always looking for healthy ways to eat veggies! I love the fact u don’t use sugar any where since I am also reducing my intake of it! Thanks for sharing delicious recipes!

  2. I will be trying these soon! Do you think they will taste OK with sunflower seeds? My son has a nut allergy, but I don’t want to miss out on these great recipes!

  3. Have you tried them with an alternative to nuts? What would you recommend as an alternative? My daughter’s school is nut free and I am trying to find healthy treats to include in her lunches once in a while. Thanks!

  4. Are these the bars that are pictured on your homepage banner? Can’t wait to try them as I’m loving Larabars and dates now that I’ve given up processed food and sugar. Thanks

  5. Any tips for making your no-bake recipes in a vitamix vs a food processor? I keep over-processing them, I think. They still taste good, but are more oily than the versions I’ve made using a food processor.

    1. They probably seem extra oily because they are being processed too much. You can try grinding up each ingredient separately and then mixing them in one large bowl. That might help.

  6. Is the food processor you use the one that you link to on Amazon? I’m in search of a regular size food processor; I have a 3-cup now. Thanks!

  7. Just purchased some chopped dates, could you give the weight/gram equivalent or a tablespoon measure? Thank you. Love your website!

  8. Love that these are no bake and super fast!! Can the nuts be left out of substituted? We are very allergic to nuts.

  9. I don’t have any dates right now. Do you think that dried mixed berries would work instead? I just found your page and am so happy. You have some amazing recipes!

  10. These were so delicious! I love that the only dish I had to clean up was the food processor! not only that but they were so easy to make. Thanks!

  11. the first batch was so delicious that i can’t wait to make them again. thank you for sharing a delicious, healthy, simple recipe.

  12. Hi!
    I just tried your recipe, but with less water, and, still, it turned out too runny and not as dark. Do you have any idea what I might have done wrong?
    I spread it in a pan and I am backing it a bit right now to try to give it some shape…
    Thank you!
    :)

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