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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles

No butter.

No eggs. No flour.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles – no egg, no butter, “no bake” safe-to-eat chocolate chip cookie dough. SO GOOD https://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2012/01/03/chocolate-chip-cookie-dough-truffles/ @choccoveredkt

No shoes, no shirt, no service.

And yet… These secretly-healthier cookie dough truffles are scarfed down by everyone who’s ever tried them. Even without butter, eggs, and flour, they taste just as sinfully delicious as traditional cookie dough truffles.

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Don’t worry if you’re bored of all my Healthy Recipes with Beans.

This is probably the last of my famous bean-dessert recipes you’ll be seeing for quite a while. There are about a billion new dessert recipes I want to post this year, and they all have absolutely nothing to do with beans. But when I remembered beans are considered a lucky food to eat on New Year’s Eve, I *had* to make–and blog about–this one last bean recipe.

cookie dough truffles

I really regret not making a bigger batch.

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Eggless Cookie Dough Truffles

(Makes 18-20 truffles)

  • 1/2 can chickpeas or white beans, drained and rinsed (125g after being drained)
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • scant 1/8 tsp salt
  • scant 1/8 tsp baking soda
  • 2 tbsp nut butter or oil (If you use peanut butter, they’ll have a slight “pb cookie dough” taste.)
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar (For a sugar-free option, see the very last link of this post.)
  • 2 tbsp chocolate chips, or more if desired
  • 1-2 tbsp rolled oats or quick oats (or flaxmeal, almond flour, etc.)
  • optional: 1 bag chocolate chips, or Healthy Chocolate Sauce
  • optional: milk of choice if needed, to thin it out

Add all ingredients (except chocolate chips) to a food processor, and blend until very smooth. Then mix in the chocolate chips and form balls. (I used a melon baller.) You can eat these plain, but if you wish to cover them in chocolate, proceed thusly: Allow to chill in the fridge. Once chilled, make up the healthy chocolate sauce (linked above) OR melt chocolate chips with 2 tsp coconut oil (or shortening). Take the balls from the fridge and cover in chocolate, then return them to the fridge to harden. Stored in the fridge, I imagine these will keep for 3-4 days. But I can’t be entirely sure, since my truffles were completely gone in closer to 3-4 minutes!

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I found this sequined shirt hiding in the back of my closet with the tags still on! It was actually warm enough on New Year’s Eve to wear a sleeveless shirt (70 degrees). Of course, the next morning was 27 degrees. That’s quintessential Dallas weather. If you don’t like it at any given moment, wait five minutes; it’ll probably change.

For 100% sugar-free truffles:

Use the following recipe: Sugar-Free Cookie Dough Truffles.

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Published on January 3, 2012

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  1. Ali @ Peaches and Football says

    I always liked cookie dough ice cream but I never seem to buy that flavor. Most of the time I get vanilla because I’m serving it alongside something else – like cake or with fresh fruit. But it’s yummy stuff. Then again, I love ice cream in general. 🙂

  2. Tricia says

    I just made a batch of unhealthy ones and was wondering how I could tweak them to be healthy. I believe I will start here when I make them again. The unhealthy ones were sinfully good…I would imagine these will be also.

  3. Sar says

    Only 40 calories each?!?

    Only you could figure out a way to put a healthy spin on cookie dough truffles! I only wish I’d seen these at Christmastime. My family (and myself) would have EATEN them up! My boyfriend is gonna love these. Oh heck, I will too ;).

  4. Maria @ Beautiful Busy Bee says

    Cookie dough, raw is one of the things I miss the most, now that I know I’m allergic to wheat. Wheat/gluten free cookie dough usually tastes kinda weird. I totes get what you’re talking about with the weather, because I live in Austin and it’s the same way, bipolar weather, but also with allergens.

  5. Sarah @ See Sarah Bake says

    I made my own version of cookie dough truffles last week but they definitely weren’t healthy- plenty of butter, flour and sugar :-\ I’ll have to whip up a batch of these as they seem to be a bit more New Year Resolution friendly 😉

  6. Emma says

    Oh my goodness, oh my goodness, thank you for thinking of those of us who have Celiac’s Disease! I am so excited these are gluten free! 🙂 🙂

    And I agree with everyone else. You are so pretty!

  7. Sarah @ See Sarah Bake says

    I made my own version of cookie dough truffles last week but they definitely weren’t healthy. Delicious, but full of plenty of flour, butter, and sugar. I’ll have to whip up a batch of these- they’re a bit more resolutions friendly 😉

  8. Catey Kay says

    That’s exactly what I do: dig out all the cookie dough in the ice cream before anyone else gets a scoop! In fact, I just recently scarfed down almost a whole quart of the stuff by myself…followed by regret 😮

    Appropriately, my New Year’s resolution is to eat healthier…. and that is where your blog comes in handy! 😀

  9. Ally says

    CCK! You looked awesome for your New Year’s celebration! 🙂 I have never had the guts to sport sequins, but you did it with style! I can’t wait to try this recipe!

  10. Grace says

    As soon as I saw this post, I immediately went and made these! They didn’t even have time to get covered in chocolate before they were all eaten up!

    P.S. Reduce the sugar, and this makes a DELICIOUS protein- and fiber-packed breakfast treat! 😉

  11. Anna @ The Guiltless Life says

    Ooh I used to do the exact same thing with cookie dough ice cream – my favourite way to eat it was to pick out all the dough pieces! Haha. I didn’t care that much about the ice cream; it was all about the dough ;).

    I love your bean recipes btw!

    And that is a gorgeous photo – glamour shot! You looked lovely! 🙂

  12. Erin says

    I definitely think I’ll be making these once all my Christmas sweets have been eaten up. 🙂 Love your New Years shirt! Sparkles are a NYE necessity. 🙂

  13. Kit-Kat says

    Oh I LOVED cookie dough ice cream! I did the opposite of you, though. I would save the cookie dough balls for last (being the best part of the ice cream, it seemed perfect to save it for last!). But then my lactose intolerance/allergy to dairy came really strong after I turned seven, so it became harder to enjoy anything with dairy. Thankfully, the switch to dairy-free ice cream saved me a lot of trouble when I turned nine! Now I can REALLY enjoy vegan cookie dough ice cream to the mak 🙂
    BTW, the recipe looks divine!

  14. Char @ www.charskitchen.ca says

    I am the saaame with cookie dough ice cream! So now I just make cookie dough and eat it 😀

    No more bean desserts? I realize not everyone likes them, buuuut…

    I LOVE them!! I have made your cookie pie at least 6 times, your pb & j blondies, your cookie dough…I can’t get enough!

    Dallas (my omni boyfriend) loves them, and he can’t tell they’re made of chickpeas.

    My brother, a 16 year old who eats mostly cheeseburgers, loves them!

    My mom, who is suuuuper picky about the health food I feed her, loves them!

    …I could go on, but seriously. Your desserts are amazing 😉

  15. Lena says

    Oh, please don’t stop with the bean desserts! I love them – just two days ago I made the cinnamon roll deep-dish pie, and the cookie pie is one of my favorites to make. And the cookie dough dip… mmm. Seriously, by all means, keep bringing us bean desserts 🙂 And this looks sooooo goooooddddd aaahhhhhh whydowehavenochocolatechipsnooooo D:

  16. Jennifer JCD says

    Happy New Year! You look absolutely dazzling! And the recipe is guaranteed to get four thumbs up from us later tonight.

    I used to love cookie dough ice cream too, but I did the same thing as you and generally made a big mess in doing so. Mums think alike, and mine started making egg-free frozen cookie dough balls for us too. Then we could add ice cream if we wanted it. 🙂

    Oh, I thought of you yesterday morning when i was making boatmeal and added coloured sprinkles to it – funfetti boatmeal with melted chocolate on top – it screamed CCK. 🙂 We’re always big fans of your recipes and stories.

    On that note, will you be doing any running posts this year? Do you still run in the mornings? I always love hearing about your running stories too. Have a great year and I look forward to all the wonderful things your will write about and share with us.

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Aww 🙂

      I don’t know why sprinkles make me happy… I just like colorful things. Maybe it goes back to when I was little and my mom tried to color everything for holidays. But then again, green mashed potatoes kinda scarred me against mashed potatoes for life!

      Yes, I definitely still run in the mornings, and I definitely still think of you every time it’s under 30 degrees F and I don’t want to go out the door. Have I ever thanked you for being my cold-weather running motivator? 😉

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