Flourless Chocolate Cookies (Vegan, Gluten Free)

You have got to try these Flourless Chocolate Cookies!!  Ever since I first tried the peanut butter cookies, I have been wanting to do a chocolate version.

So I finally got around to it and these flourless cookies came out great!  These healthy cookies have a very small ingredient list too.  Only 7 ingredients.  If you like these, then you will also like my flourless toasted coconut caramel cookies or my cinnamon pecan cookies.


Flourless Chocolate Cookies - My Whole Food Life


These flourless chocolate cookies are so fudgy.  My older daughter Meadow could not stop putting her hands in batter.  I have to admit, I had a few tastes of the batter myself.  We whipped these cookies up in no time and you can too. 🙂

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Flourless Chocolate Cookies

Flourless Chocolate Cookies

Prep Time 5 min Cook Time 12 min Serves 20 cookies     adjust servings

All you need is 7 ingredients and less than 20 minutes to make these healthy cookies!



  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. In a food processor , grind up the beans and cocoa powder.
  3. Then add the remaining ingredients and blend well.
  4. Drop cookies on a lined baking sheet . I used a cookie scoop .
  5. Bake for 14-15 minutes.
  6. Let the cookies cool before removing them from the baking sheet.


Recipe Notes

For best results, store these cookies in the fridge. They should last a couple weeks. You can also freeze them. Enjoy!

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41 thoughts to “Flourless Chocolate Cookies (Vegan, Gluten Free)”

  1. Just made these (but with sun butter)....yum! Curious as to why it's suggested that they are best in the fridge? Are any of these ingredients easily perishable?
    1. I always store my baked goods in the fridge so they last the longest. They seem to spoil quickly here in Texas if kept outside the fridge
  2. Thank you ... such delicious cookies! Extremely easy to make (made with cashew butter) and they have a great texture, moist and cakey. Made a batch today and it's gone already!
  3. Hi Melissa, I made these using Apple sauce instead of nut butter to make them school-friendly!! But they are too runny! Should I add more black bean or a flour to thicken them before I put them in oven!! I used 3 quarter cup Apple sauce instead of the 3 quarter of nut butter :( Hoping u can salvage my cookies!! Thanks, Love ur recipes ;) Kathy
  4. I just made these, and I have to say, the dough is so delicious they barely made it into cookies! :) I was so worried when my husband's doctor told him this week that he'd have to go sugar-free that I'd have to give up my baking habit, thanks for giving me hope! Substituted peanut butter for almond butter & applesauce for maple syrup, and they turned out so beautiful and delish! Thanks for sharing. Next time I think I with using applesauce I will add a little stevia for some additional sweetness.
  5. I've made about 4 batches of these since discovering them two weeks ago. I'm addicted - so good and so easy! I like to add a bit of cinnamon to them as well. So tasty! Thank you Melissa.

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