Recipe

No-Bake Nut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

URL: https://biritemarket.com/feast/recipes/no-bake-nut-butter-oatmeal-cookies/

These no-bake cookies from our friends at Ground Up are a perfect treat from a company on a mission to empower and uplift womxn at work.

These 3-ingredient no-bake cookies could not be easier…or more flavorful thanks to sweet + salty nut butters! This recipe is gluten-free and refined-sugar free. For other delicious, nut butter recipes, and a side of empowerment, head to Ground Up.

Recipe courtesy of Ground Up

Ingredients

1 cup Ground Up Chunky Almond, Coconut + Cashew Butter (but any flavor would work!)

1/2 cup honey

2 cups oats (we use quick-cooking, but old-fashioned would work too)

1/2 cup cacao powder (optional)

Sea salt (optional)

Toasted cacao nibs (optional, but highly recommended!)

Directions

Combine the nut butter, honey and oats. Then use one of two methods:

In a food processor, combine the first three ingredients until just incorporated, and a dough-y texture forms.

OR Combine nut butter and honey in a small bowl. In a microwave on the stove top, gently melt the mixture until the two are incorporated. Then fold in the oats until a “dough” forms.

**If adding cacao powder, do so when you add in the oats.**

Line a baking sheet or plate with wax paper. Using a tablespoon measuring spoon, scoop dollops onto the pan. Use a fork to flatten the tops.

Top with sea salt and/or toasted cacao nibs.

Place in freezer for 15 minutes to harden. Then, you’re ready to enjoy!

Store in the refrigerator for up to one month.

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