No bake cookies have long been one of my favorite healthy desserts.
While I will always love my classic chocolate peanut butter no bake cookies, I decided that I wanted to switch up the recipe and try something new!
These healthy peanut butter no bake cookies are all things delicious.
Packed full of protein, natural sweetener, and drizzled with a touch of chocolate, these cookies are the perfect lightened up dessert!
As a nursing mama, it’s important that my body gets lots of oats to help with milk supply.
This recipe is one that I’m adding to my arsenal of easy and delicious snacks/desserts that are breastfeeding friendly!
So many no bake cookie recipes call for tons of butter and white sugar.
These cookies couldn’t be further away nutritionally than a classic no bake, but you would never know it by the flavor!
They taste like super rich and fudgy peanut butter cups.
The chocolate shell on top is the perfect complement!
These cookies are easy to make, no bake, and look like a fancy dessert.
Once you form the cookies, let them cool in the fridge until set.
Once they are set, it’s time to break out the chocolate drizzle!
I prefer to store these in the freezer as they get a great fudgy texture to them.
So rich, chewy, and decadent all while being on the better-for-you side!
You can’t lose with this recipe, my friends!
- 1 cup pure grade A maple syrup
- ½ cup unsweetened protein powder (I used brown rice protein powder)
- ⅓ cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- ½ cup coconut oil
- ¾ cup creamy peanut butter
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- ½ teaspoon sea salt
- 4 cups rolled oats
- 1 teaspoon coconut oil
- 1 cup semi sweet dairy free chocolate chips
- ¼ teaspoon sea salt
- In a sauce pan, whisk together protein powder and maple syrup over medium low heat until combined
- Add coconut oil and almond milk, whisking until fully incorporated
- Add peanut butter, salt, and vanilla extract, stirring until peanut butter melts and is combined
- Add oats, stir, and remove from heat
- Line baking sheets with wax paper
- Drop batter by spoonfuls onto the sheets
- Press tops lightly with a fork to flatten
- Place baking sheets in fridge until cookies are set (30 minutes to 1 hour)
- Once cookies have hardened, make the chocolate drizzle
- Melt coconut oil over low heat, stirring in the chocolate chips and salt until the mixture is melted and drippy
- Drizzle chocolate over tops of cookies using a spoon. Return to fridge until chocolate hardens (10 minutes or less)
- Store cookies in freezer for a delicious fudgy texture