Coconut Vanilla Meltaway Cookies

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by REBBL but all opinions are my own.  Thanks for supporting the brands that I love.

We are in full holiday baking season now.  So it’s the perfect time for me to share these Coconut Vanilla Meltaway Cookies.  They are divine and simply melt in your mouth.  One of the best things about this recipe is that it only calls for 4 simple ingredients!

coconut vanilla meltaway cookies

I used REBBL Vanilla Spice Protein Coconut Milk  for this recipe. I love that the protein is sourced from peas, pumpkin and sunflower seeds.  Most protein drinks contain processed ingredients.  Not only are REBBL drinks delicious, but they contain none of the bad stuff.  That’s right, REBBL drinks are organic, fair trade, made from real ingredients and full of super herbs like ashwagandha, reishi and maca root.

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Toasted Coconut Vanilla Smoothie

I share a lot of smoothie recipes on this site.  However, I have never shared a healthy dessert smoothie.  That is until now.  Today I am sharing this delish and decadent Toasted Coconut Vanilla SmoothieToasted coconut automatically makes everything better in my opinion!  This indulgent smoothie recipe makes the perfect sweet treat.  If you also like toasted coconut, you may also want to try my flourless toasted coconut cookies.

Toasted Coconut Vanilla Smoothie - My Whole Food Life

This recipe makes 2 servings, so you can half it for a single serving.  This dessert smoothie is vegan, gluten free and paleo friendly.  It also contains zero processed sugar.  I used dates to sweeten this.  The toasted coconut and banana also adds a nice sweet flavor.

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Vanilla Creme Truffles

If you have been following this blog for awhile, you know I love truffle recipes.   Since I am more of a vanilla girl, I wanted to make some Vanilla Creme Truffles.  I used vanilla beans instead of extract.  The vanilla beans are a must try!  They add so much more vanilla flavor without the alcohol taste.  These came out quite delicious.  I think they would also be good without the chocolate coating.  They are also a super cinch to make.  If you also like truffles, you may want to try this recipe.  It’s one of the most popular recipes on the blog.

Vanilla Creme Truffles 1 - My Whole Food Life

These healthy truffles are vegan, gluten free and paleo.  Unlike most of my other truffle recipe, this one calls for a cashew cream for the base instead of coconut butter.  I used the cashew cream because I really wanted the vanilla flavor to stand out.

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Coconut Vanilla Granola (Vegan and Gluten Free)

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It was so good!  My picky 4 year old ate this up fast!


Coconut Vanilla Granola - My Whole Food Life 2


I have to admit, this recipe was actually supposed to be granola bars, but when I went to cut them, they crumbled.  Same thing happened with my Blueberry Cashew Trail Mix.

Since the taste was amazing, I decided to share the recipe as granola.  This homemade granola is bursting with vanilla and coconut.

I just love those ground vanilla beans. They make everything so yummy!  If you haven’t tried them, I highly recommend it.

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Coconut Vanilla Overnight Oats

Coconut Vanilla Overnight Oats.  Oh. My. Gosh.  This overnight oats recipe may be my most favorite so far.  If you love my Coconut Cream Larabars, you will love these overnight oats too!


coconut vanilla overnight oats


Coconut butter just makes everything a little better.  It is so rich and delicious!  I actually didn’t use cranberries in my recipe, I just thought the color was great for the photo. I may try adding them to the recipe next time. Raspberries would be a nice addition too.

I love using steel cut oats in my overnight oats, because I like the crunch.  If you like a smoother oatmeal, feel free to use rolled oats instead.  Both will work out fine in this easy overnight oats recipe.

Coconut Vanilla Overnight Oats

Coconut Vanilla Overnight Oats

Prep Time 5 min



  1. Throw all ingredients in a jar and mix very well.
  2. Store in the fridge overnight and enjoy the next morning.


Recipe Notes

I make 5 of these at a time and they hold up well. However, if you want to add fresh fruit, add it in right before you eat it. Everything else is fine to sit in the fridge. Enjoy!