Chocolate Coffee Oatmeal Bites

Chocolate Coffee Oatmeal Bites.  The flavors of chocolate and coffee go so well together in these Healthy Oatmeal Bites.

I have been wanting to make some more coffee flavored treats for a while now and I was having a hard time finding the coffee extract.

Well I finally found some on Amazon.  As soon as it was delivered, I got to work making these Chocolate Coffee Oatmeal Bites.  I used a mini muffin pan to make these, so they really are perfectly bite sized.


Chocolate Coffee Oatmeal Bites - My Whole Food Life


You can keep these chocolate coffee oatmeal bites in the freezer when you need a chocolate fix.  My Flourless Chocolate Muffins are also great for that. 🙂

These oatmeal bites are even kid approved.  My 5 year old loved them and between her and my husband, they were gone in 2 days!

These are extra chocolatey because I added chocolate chips in addition to the cocoa powder.  These coffee chocolate oatmeal bites are vegan and gluten free. I hope you enjoy them.

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Chocolate Coffee Oatmeal Bites

Chocolate Coffee Oatmeal Bites

Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 8 min Serves 26 mini muffins     adjust servings

The flavors of coffee and chocolate pair well together in these delicious muffins!



  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Mix all the dry ingredients in one bowl .
  3. Mix wet in another bowl .
  4. Add dry to wet and mix until combined.
  5. Fold in the chocolate chips.
  6. Spoon batter into lined mini muffin pans .
  7. Bake for 6-8 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
  8. Let the muffins cool completely before removing from the pans.
  9. Store in an airtight container in the fridge. They should last a few weeks.


Recipe Notes

If you are using paper liners, you will need to grease them or they will stick to these muffins. If you are using silicone liners , there is no need to grease! Enjoy!

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39 thoughts to “Chocolate Coffee Oatmeal Bites”

  1. If we don't have the coffee extract could we try using instant coffee powder? Just a thought since I am sure alot of us don't have this extract at home. :) How much do you think we would need?
  2. these were great! I used cacao instead of cocoa, and after dropping my 2 tsp of baking powder in and realizing I needed baking soda, I just added 2 tsp of the baking soda and they still turned out great! Whew. Next time I might use a little moreof the coffee extract.
  3. Melissa, these look amazing. Do you think we can use a regular size muffin tin if we don't have a mini one? Would the time or anything have to be adjusted? Thanks!
  4. Hi there :) I tried your chocolate muffins...they have banana, cocoa, maple syrup and peanut butter...and they are delicious!!! I was curious about how many calories were in them? Thanks so much :)
    1. Thanks Kimberly! I don't know the calorie count, but if you go through the comment section of the post, several people have posted rough calculations. Glad you liked them!
  5. I really, really liked these, but found that they dried out too quickly. I didn't have coffee extract, so I used 1/4 cup of coffee and reduced the milk to 1/4. I also (mistakenly) didn't add the chips to the batter, but put them on top. Maybe my substitutions messed up the recipe - any suggestions would be appreciated! These perfectly satisfy my need for dessert after dinner - they aren't too sweet and I'm not eating junk!
  6. I think its adorable that you have a husband and kid test. I have a boyfriend test. He doesn't always like everything I make though. Also I am in constant need of a chocolate fix. I think I'd like to try these, but as others mentioned, I don't have coffee extract. I also try to avoid caffeine all together. I might try it with extra coco and no coffee!
    1. I think these would be great even without the coffee. Just an FYI though - The coffee extract is caffeine free. :)
  7. Wow! I've just made these and they were delicious! I used eggs instead of flax eggs and rice malt syrup instead of maple. Also I didn't have coffee extract so I dissolved 2tsp of instant coffee in the milk (which I heated for a few seconds in the microwave). I will definitely make these regularly for my family! They're moist, and just sweet enough. I ate two while they were still hot and the chocolate was all gooey and yumm! Had to control myself! Thanks for the recipe!
    1. Yay!! I am so glad you liked them Coleen. :) I plan on using this recipe to make chocolate cupcakes this weekend. I will be shooting a video for it too. :)

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