Chocolate Mint Cookie Dough Bites

Chocolate Mint Cookie Dough Bites.  With St. Patrick’s day coming up, I am trying to think of some vegan friendly desserts.  This recipe came to me after I made my No Bake Vegan Nutella Bites.  These chocolate mint bites remind me of eating mint chocolate chip ice cream.

They are like Thin Mints without the guilt!  These little balls of goodness are vegan, dairy free, soy free and can easily be made gluten free by using gluten free oats.


chocolate mint cookie dough bites


The best part?  They can be made in 5 minutes.  Since there is no egg in this cookie dough recipe, it’s safe to eat right out of the food processor.

I had to stop my daughter before she ate most them!  They go really well with homemade almond milk.  Yum!

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Chocolate Mint Cookie Dough Bites

Chocolate Mint Cookie Dough Bites

Prep Time 10 min Serves 12 balls     adjust servings



  1. In a food processor mix the cashew and oats until they are a powdery consistency.
  2. Then add the dates, cocoa powder, 2 T milk and peppermint extract and mix until a dough starts to form. If the dough looks dry, add a bit more milk.
  3. Roll into balls and place on a parchment lined baking sheet
  4. Set in the fridge to firm up. I got 12-14 bites out of my batch.


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50 thoughts to “Chocolate Mint Cookie Dough Bites”

  1. I make something like these too! My girls say they are their very favorite flavor! I like how you use oats in your balls too, lowers the fat and calories in the balls, not that I count fat grams or calories! Have a great weekend!
    1. I have used it for my Coconut Pumpkin Curry and also for ice cream, but I usually don't. I have nothing against it. I just don't always keep it on hand.
  2. These were super yummy!! I used almonds instead of cashews because I had some. I have been trying to use a blender for some of your recipes that say to use a food processor & it has been ALOT of work!! I went to a thrift store today & bought a food processor for $3 :) It makes a world of difference!! I am so excited!! I went to the store & bought ingredients for several of your other recipes :)
  3. Do you have the calories figured for your recipes? I want to try some recipes but I don't dare until I find out the calories.
    1. I can probably give you an estimate. It will never be exact, since I am not a dietician. Is this the recipe you would like to know the calories for?
  4. My goodness these are amazing!! Chocolate mint is one of my favorite flavours and this doesn't disappoint.
  5. I made these the other day - so yummy!! The peppermint was a little strong for my liking but I'll definitely be making them again (with less peppermint!) :) Thanks for the recipe!

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