These oatmeal chocolate cookies are perfect for when you're craving something crunchy and chocolaty. They don't have any butter, eggs, or flour in them, but they sure will make your day!
Chocolate oatmeal cookies made with oats are a healthier alternative to many other snacks! These crunchy, a bit chewy, flavorful treats don't require much work (less than 30 minutes) and taste great!
Grab some of these on your way to work, or keep a few in the break room for late afternoon munchies. These delicious treats are sure to please!
- This recipe is for you if:
- You are looking for easy oatmeal cookie recipe.
- You want to make flourless chocolate oatmeal cookies.
- You are wondering how to make oatmeal cookies without butter.
Let me walk you through the ingredients and how to make them with step-by-step instructions. Let's dive in!
About this recipe
- Easy chocolate oatmeal cookies
- No flour, no butter, and no eggs
- Vegan adaptable
- Only 5 ingredients
- Cooking time is under 30 minutes
Here are the ingredients (amounts are in the recipe card below).
- Rolled oats: I use rolled oats, but any type is ok. If you use instant oats, you don't have to pulse in a food processor as it's already small pieces.
- Dates: Remove seeds and top of dates. If they are dry, soak them in water for about 10 minutes to soften them. These add a chewy texture to the cookies.
- Chocolate: I use couverture chocolate which brings a nice cacao flavor. You can also use your favorite chocolate bar. If you are a vegan, please use vegan chocolate.
- Oil: I use raw sesame oil which doesn't have smell and taste. You can use any flavorless oil.
- Cacao powder: Add an extra cacao flavor. If you don't have it, you can omit it.
All right, let's make the cookies. Watch how to make in this video also!
Firstly preheat an oven to 180C/356F.
- Crush oats and date in a food processor.
- After crushing is like this.
- Melt chocolate in a water bath.
- Mix all the ingredients.
- Form the cookies using a measuring spoon.
- Bake for 15 minutes at 180C/356F.
The freshly made cookies are still fragile, so take them out of the oven and leave them until they cool completely.
There you go! Have a bite, and you will enjoy the scent of cacao and the crunchy texture.
If you love nuts, adding in your favorite nuts like almonds and walnuts would be a great idea!
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It's a crunchy and addicting snack! Try it with coffee at your next break to keep you energized throughout the day! I hope you will love this recipe!
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- 100 g Rolled oats
- 50 g Dates
- 30 g Chocolate
- 30 g Oil
- 5 g Cacao powder, Optional
- Preheat oven: 180C/356F
- Food processor: Put the dates and oats in a food processor and pulse until the dates get small pieces.
- Melt chocolate: Boil water in a pan, place a bowl of chocolate in it, and melt it in a water bath.
- Mix ingredients: Put all the ingredients in a bowl and mix them.
- Form: Put the mixture in a measuring spoon, press with a spatula to shape, and place on a silicone mat.
- Bake: Place the silicone mat on a baking tray and bake for 15 minutes at 180C/356F.
- Equipment: Food processor, Silicone baking mat, Measuring spoon
- Storage: Transfer to a container and store at room temperature for one week.
- Substitute: I use raw sesame oil, but you can substitute it with coconut oil or other oil. I use couverture chocolate, but an ordinary chocolate bar is fine. If you don't have cocoa powder, you can omit it.
- Step 4: A measuring spoon is just the right size, but you can use your own cookie cutter. The dough sticks to your hands, so it's better to use a spatula to push it in.
- A silicon mat makes cookies more crispy.
- If the dates are dry and hard, soak them in water for about 10 minutes to soften them before use.
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