2 Ingredient Almond Butter Cookies

The other day, I attempted to make a caramel almond butter, but had some difficulty with my blender.  So I turned the recipe into these 2 Ingredient Almond Butter Cookies.  They are delish!

This healthy cookie recipe contains ZERO added sugar.  They are even healthy enough for breakfast.  Yay!

2 Ingredient Almond Butter Cookies

This recipe happened by accident.  I was trying to make a caramel almond butter, but the whole mixture seized in the blender.  So I decided to change it up and make these no bake cookies instead.  I think they came out great.

If you love dates stuffed with almond butter, then this recipe is right up your alley.  It’s vegan, gluten free, grain free AND paleo.  I used salted almond butter in my recipe.  If you use unsalted, you may want to add some sea salt to the recipe.  I love the sweet and salty combo.

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2 Ingredient Almond Butter Cookies

Yields 15 cookies

2 Ingredient Almond Butter Cookies

Simple 2 Ingredient Almond Butter Cookies are healthy enough for breakfast! Just 2 simple ingredients and ZERO added sugar. Vegan, gluten free and paleo!

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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  1. Drain the dates. In a food processor , combine both ingredients. Using a cookie scoop drop cookies onto a lined baking sheet. Use a fork to flatten them. Place in the fridge to chill. About 30 minutes.
  2. Once chilled, transfer to an air tight container.
Cuisine: Dessert | Recipe Type: Vegan, Gluten Free, Paleo


Keep these cookies stored in the fridge. They should last several weeks that way. They can probably also be frozen for longer. Enjoy!


2 Ingredient Almond Butter Cookies

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10 thoughts on “2 Ingredient Almond Butter Cookies

  1. These are amazing! so simple and so delicious. I also tried them with 1 TBL raw cocoa powder added and they were great as well. Thank you!
    1. Fat from almond butter is not bad. However, if you want to make it lower-fat, maybe do more dates and less butter.

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