Looking for a healthier cookie option? These No-Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Bites double as a dessert, snack or even breakfast. They’re delicious, easy and versatile!
No-Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Bites
We have a house full of sweet eaters so I am always looking for a clever way to enjoy sweets but with some additional nutrition benefits. Enter these no-bake chocolate chip cookie bites. The recipes uses fiber-rich oatmeal as the base and then binds them together with protein-rich peanut butter and a hint of honey. We like using peanut butter the most but you can also sub in almond butter or make them nut-free with sunflower seed butter. Whichever option you choose, they taste delicious and are sure to be a family favorite recipe.
Check out my clever tips below on how to make prep hassle free as well as a few other flavor swaps. Also, don’t miss the Facebook Live of the girls and me making these cookie bites at the bottom of the page. It was quite the adventure!!
Clever Tips for Recipe Prep
Measure your peanut butter without the mess by spraying your measuring cup with cooking spray first. The peanut butter will slide right out.
Want to cut back on the sugar? Use half the honey and add a tablespoon more peanut butter.
Add chia seeds for an extra fiber and a boost of protein.
Swap out chocolate chips for dried cranberries. Or add them both!
Use a cookie scoop to evenly measure balls. Roll gently in your hands and then transfer each ball to a cup in a mini muffin tin. Chill. The mini muffin tin keeps the cookie bites from rolling together.
Catch more quick tips in our Facebook Live (and listen to the crazy hail storm that blew up!!)!!