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Healthy Cookies Recipes

Healthy Cookies

Below are some of my favorite recipes for healthy cookies, including healthy peanut butter cookies, healthy sugar cookies, and the famous healthy chocolate chip cookies! What are your favorite healthy cookie recipes? Or what are your favorite traditional cookie recipes?

If you don’t see your favorite healthy cookies on here, feel free to let me know in the comments below!

 

Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

 

The BEST Peanut Butter Cookies

Vegan Peanut Butter Cookies

Vegan Peanut Butter Cookies

 

Lemon Meltaway Cookies

6 Ingredient Lemon Snowball Cookies

Lemon Meltaway Cookies

 

Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies

Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies

Keto Cookies

 

Chocolate No Bakes

Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chocolate No Bake Cookies

Chocolate No Bake Cookies

 

Keto Chocolate Cookies

The Best Easy Keto Chocolate Cookies

Keto Chocolate Cookies

 

Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies

Peanut Butter No Bake Cookie Recipe

Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies

 

Keto Thin Mints

Easy Homemade Keto Thin Mints (Low Carb Recipe)

Keto Thin Mints

 

Vegan Sugar Cookies

The Best Vegan Sugar Cookies

Vegan Sugar Cookies

 

Cinnamon Sugar Pillow Cookies

Cinnamon Sugar Pillow Cookies

Cinnamon Sugar Pillow Cookies

 

Coconut Macaroons

Coconut Macaroons

Coconut Macaroons

 

Snowball Cookies

Snowball cookies that literally MELT in your mouth.

Snowball Cookies – 60 calories each

 

Peanut Butter Blossoms

Vegan Peanut Butter Blossoms Recipe

Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies

 

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Easy Oatmeal Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

 

Healthy Girl Scout Cookie Tagalongs

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Healthy Tagalongs

 

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Breakfast Cookies

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Breakfast Cookies

(*exclusive cookbook recipe*)

 

Mocha “No Bakes”

healthy no bake cookies

Mocha “No Bake” Cookies

 

Peanut Butter Protein Cookies

peanut butter protein cookies recipe

Peanut Butter Protein Cookies

 

Homemade Oreos

healthy oreos

Healthy Oreos

Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Cookies

healthy chocolate chip cookies

Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Cookies

 

Chocolate Lace Cookies

gluten free cookies

Chocolate Lace Cookies

 

Peanut Butter Filled Cookies

peanut butter oreos

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

 

Chocolate Chip Breakfast Cookies

chocolate chip breakfast cookies

Breakfast Cookies

Nutella Stuffed Sugar Cookies

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Nutella Stuffed Sugar Cookies

 

Skinny Snickerdoodles

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Skinny Snickerdoodles

 

Chocolate Chip Cowboy Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cowboy Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cowboy Cookies

 

PB Cookie Dough Cookies

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PB Cookie Dough Cookies

Chocolate Chip Quinoa Cookies

Chocolate Chip Quinoa Cookies

Chocolate Chip Quinoa Cookies

 

 

Mocha Macaroons

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Mocha Macaroons

 

Chocolate Sugar Cookies

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Chocolate Sugar Cookies

 

Mexican Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

Mexican Chocolate Cookies

Mexican Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

 

Oatmeal Raisin Breakfast Cookies

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Oatmeal Raisin Breakfast Cookies

 

Flourless Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Flourless Chocolate Chip Cookies

 

And some more of my favorites, because one can never have enough cookies!

Healthy Chocolate Chip CookiesHealthy Chocolate Chip Cookies (Reader favorite)

cookie dough bites
Cookie Dough Balls 

healthy sugar cookies
Healthy Sugar Cookies

healthy chocolate balls
German Chocolate Fudge Bites

healthy pop tarts
Pop Tart Babies   

no bake cookies
Pumpkin Oatmeal Healthy Cookies

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2 Ingredient Healthy Cookies

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

healthy cookie dough balls
Funfetti Cookie Dough Balls

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Flourless Oatmeal-Raisin Cookies

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Fudge Babies

healthy banana cookies
Chocolate Chip Banana Bites

healthy graham crackers
Healthy Graham Crackers

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Raw Oreo Cookie Bites

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Single Serving Peanut Butter Cookie

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Cookie Ball Pops

chocolate pumpkin cookies
Chocolate Pumpkin Cookies

chocolate rice crispy treats
Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

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Healthy Rice Crispy Treats

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Single Serving Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Coconut Cookie Chicks

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Hot Chocolate Cookies

peanut butter gingerbread cookies
Peanut Butter Gingerbread Cookies

brownie cookies
Double Chocolate Cookies

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No Bake Peanut Butter Balls

And an easy healthy cookie recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies!

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Healthy Cookies Recipes

Total Time: 9m
Yield: 14-18 cookies
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Ingredients

  • 2/3 cup + 1/2 cup oat flour (140g)
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/4 cup coconut or brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup sugar or xylitol
  • 1/3 cup chocolate chips
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp oil
  • 3-5 tbsp milk of choice, as needed

Instructions

Preheat oven to 380 F. Combine all dry ingredients, and mix well. Add wet, and form into one big ball. Now make little balls from the big one. For soft cookies, refrigerate until cold. (For crispier cookies, bake right away). Bake 7 minutes, or until they’ve spread out and are still a little undercooked. Let cookies cool at least 10 minutes before trying to remove from the tray, as they’ll continue to cook while they cool. For soft cookies, store in a lidded plastic container. For crispier cookies, store in a lidded glass container.
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  1. Keena Benningfield says

    Girl. I have a food crush on this page. Pinterested the heck outta your stuff today! Keep up the good work!

  2. Keena Benningfield says

    Girl. I have a food crush on this page. Pinterested the heck outta your stuff today! Keep up the good work!

  3. Lisa says

    I loved looking through these cookie recipes! I am definitely going to bake a few for Christmas. Do you have any other Christmas cookie recipes to share?! It would be greatly appreciated!

  4. Lisa says

    I loved looking through these cookie recipes! I am definitely going to bake a few for Christmas. Do you have any other Christmas cookie recipes to share?! It would be greatly appreciated!

  5. Lexie says

    A fellow blogger mentioned something about gingersnap bars/things/some-type-of-food-concoction-that you had on your blog? I was wondering if you could direct it to me if you had it! =) thank you!

  6. Lexie says

    A fellow blogger mentioned something about gingersnap bars/things/some-type-of-food-concoction-that you had on your blog? I was wondering if you could direct it to me if you had it! =) thank you!

  7. Danae says

    Katie!
    I think you are the answer to my prayers! After a run in with the cookie dough last night, I resolved to (once again) cut out refined sugar. I have no self control with anything that has refined sugars and was on the hunt for recipes that use vegan/low sugar/alternative sweeteners (and gluten free). I have food allergies to egg and dairy and wheat/gluten to your recipes are a God send! Even the ones that aren’t GF I can modify. Thanks so much! YAY! I can eat the things I love and not feel guilty! 😀
    ~Danae

  8. Danae says

    Katie!
    I think you are the answer to my prayers! After a run in with the cookie dough last night, I resolved to (once again) cut out refined sugar. I have no self control with anything that has refined sugars and was on the hunt for recipes that use vegan/low sugar/alternative sweeteners (and gluten free). I have food allergies to egg and dairy and wheat/gluten to your recipes are a God send! Even the ones that aren’t GF I can modify. Thanks so much! YAY! I can eat the things I love and not feel guilty! 😀
    ~Danae

  9. Jenna says

    The recipie peanut butter cookie dough cookies is gone!! Is there a way I can get it? Love your recipies! After loosing 65lbs the sweets are more tempting than ever and Peanut butter cookie dough is my weakness.
    ~Jenna

  10. Jenna says

    The recipie peanut butter cookie dough cookies is gone!! Is there a way I can get it? Love your recipies! After loosing 65lbs the sweets are more tempting than ever and Peanut butter cookie dough is my weakness.
    ~Jenna

  11. Mary says

    Is it just me, or did the recipe for skinny snickerdoodles disappear from the face of the Earth? I really hope not! I loved them!!!!

  12. Mary says

    Is it just me, or did the recipe for skinny snickerdoodles disappear from the face of the Earth? I really hope not! I loved them!!!!

  13. Jill says

    Are Sweet Leaf Vanilla Creme Flavored Liquid Stevia drops the same as NuNaturals? Or do you prefer NuNaturals for a certain reason? When I was at Whole Foods, they only had Sweet Leaf. But, I can order NuNaturals online and I am just wondering which is better?

  14. Jill says

    Are Sweet Leaf Vanilla Creme Flavored Liquid Stevia drops the same as NuNaturals? Or do you prefer NuNaturals for a certain reason? When I was at Whole Foods, they only had Sweet Leaf. But, I can order NuNaturals online and I am just wondering which is better?

  15. Tiffany says

    Hi Katie,

    I was trying to make your skinny snickerdoodles, but the page has seemed to disappeared. Is there somewhere else I can get your recipe from? It’s giving me the 404 error 🙁

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Sorry for the trouble!!

      Skinny Snickerdoodles

      3/4 cup ww pastry flour (or white) (See below for notes on a gluten-free option)
      1/4 tsp baking powder
      1/4 tsp salt (just under level)
      1/4 tsp cream of tarter (optional)
      1/4 tsp plus 1/8 tsp baking soda
      1/4 cup white sugar (or sucanat)
      1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
      1 and 1/2 tablespoons nondairy milk of choice
      1/4 cup vegan butter sub, such as Earth Balance
      Preheat oven to 330 F. Combine dry ingredients and mix very, very well. In a separate bowl, melt the vegan butter, then stir in vanilla and milk. Pour dry into wet and mix again. Form balls. For true snickerdoodles, roll each ball in a mix of cinnamon and sugar (either equal parts OR two parts sugar to one part cinnamon, depending on how cinnamon-y you want your cookies). If you want soft cookies, you’ll need to get the balls very cold. (So roll the balls, cover in the cinnamon-sugar, then fridge until cold.) Cook for 9-10 minutes. They’ll look way underdone when you take them out, but that’s ok.

      I haven’t tried these with a gf mix, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work. (Edit: if you read the comments, many commenters have successfully tried different gf versions.) They will keep at least four days, in a lidded plastic container. (As a general rule, you should store soft cookies in plastic containers and crispy cookies in glass ones.)

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Sorry for the trouble!!

      Skinny Snickerdoodles

      3/4 cup ww pastry flour (or white) (See below for notes on a gluten-free option)
      1/4 tsp baking powder
      1/4 tsp salt (just under level)
      1/4 tsp cream of tarter (optional)
      1/4 tsp plus 1/8 tsp baking soda
      1/4 cup white sugar (or sucanat)
      1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
      1 and 1/2 tablespoons nondairy milk of choice
      1/4 cup vegan butter sub, such as Earth Balance
      Preheat oven to 330 F. Combine dry ingredients and mix very, very well. In a separate bowl, melt the vegan butter, then stir in vanilla and milk. Pour dry into wet and mix again. Form balls. For true snickerdoodles, roll each ball in a mix of cinnamon and sugar (either equal parts OR two parts sugar to one part cinnamon, depending on how cinnamon-y you want your cookies). If you want soft cookies, you’ll need to get the balls very cold. (So roll the balls, cover in the cinnamon-sugar, then fridge until cold.) Cook for 9-10 minutes. They’ll look way underdone when you take them out, but that’s ok.

      I haven’t tried these with a gf mix, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work. (Edit: if you read the comments, many commenters have successfully tried different gf versions.) They will keep at least four days, in a lidded plastic container. (As a general rule, you should store soft cookies in plastic containers and crispy cookies in glass ones.)

  16. Tiffany says

    Hi Katie,

    I was trying to make your skinny snickerdoodles, but the page has seemed to disappeared. Is there somewhere else I can get your recipe from? It’s giving me the 404 error 🙁

  17. Alex says

    Hey!

    Love the recipes. I made the snickerdoodle blondies and mmm…. I even added some protein powder in a batch and use them as a post-workout snack!
    I have a question though: I’ve really been craving popcorn bars, obviously in a lower in sugar, lower in calories, healthier form! Do you think you have any recipes like that?

  18. Alex says

    Hey!

    Love the recipes. I made the snickerdoodle blondies and mmm…. I even added some protein powder in a batch and use them as a post-workout snack!
    I have a question though: I’ve really been craving popcorn bars, obviously in a lower in sugar, lower in calories, healthier form! Do you think you have any recipes like that?

  19. Carrie says

    I love how you include gluten free options. It is so hard to find GF recipes that don’t take all kinds of expensive flours. It is so nice of you to think of those of us that stuggle to find good tasting food we can eat. You have such a great layout for your whole site. 🙂

  20. Carrie says

    I love how you include gluten free options. It is so hard to find GF recipes that don’t take all kinds of expensive flours. It is so nice of you to think of those of us that stuggle to find good tasting food we can eat. You have such a great layout for your whole site. 🙂

  21. Donna says

    Hi Katie!…I am desperately wanting to make your Easter Chick Sugar Cookies this week…Is the recipe the same as your “Healthy Sugar Cookies” recipe?..What did you use to decorate the egg (chocolate chips…mango?! …and what kind of icing for the “base”?…Sorry to ask so many questions to such a busy you!…Thank you for any enlightenment!

  22. Donna says

    Hi Katie!…I am desperately wanting to make your Easter Chick Sugar Cookies this week…Is the recipe the same as your “Healthy Sugar Cookies” recipe?..What did you use to decorate the egg (chocolate chips…mango?! …and what kind of icing for the “base”?…Sorry to ask so many questions to such a busy you!…Thank you for any enlightenment!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      It’s actually a really weird issue… I think it’s a traffic thing, because it’s only a problem for some people! And if you come back in a day or two, you’ll probably be able to see it again! I can see it fine right now. Weird, right? I don’t understand computers! 🙁

      If you need the recipe before it starts to work again for you, I can always email it to you!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      It’s actually a really weird issue… I think it’s a traffic thing, because it’s only a problem for some people! And if you come back in a day or two, you’ll probably be able to see it again! I can see it fine right now. Weird, right? I don’t understand computers! 🙁

      If you need the recipe before it starts to work again for you, I can always email it to you!

  23. Kaylin says

    It appears that good things come to those who wait 🙂 The link seems to be working today now, thank you so much though!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Thank you for letting me know it wasn’t working. This has been an ongoing problem, and someday I AM going to figure it out! It really helps when people let me know something isn’t working on their end… otherwise I never know to try and fix it ;).

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Thank you for letting me know it wasn’t working. This has been an ongoing problem, and someday I AM going to figure it out! It really helps when people let me know something isn’t working on their end… otherwise I never know to try and fix it ;).

  24. Kaylin says

    It appears that good things come to those who wait 🙂 The link seems to be working today now, thank you so much though!

  25. Stephanie says

    I was at a bake sale and the CAKE POPS were a huge hit- because they are so cute and kids beg their moms for them 🙂 You can tie ribbons around the sticks, too 🙂

  26. Stephanie says

    I was at a bake sale and the CAKE POPS were a huge hit- because they are so cute and kids beg their moms for them 🙂 You can tie ribbons around the sticks, too 🙂

  27. Dorothy says

    Hi Katie,
    I love all your recipes.
    One thing about bake sales is make sure there is good labeling of the ingredients.
    With all the allergies out there these days, labeling is most important.
    Thanks for coming up with new ways to eat that glorious brown stuff we call Chocolate.

  28. Dorothy says

    Hi Katie,
    I love all your recipes.
    One thing about bake sales is make sure there is good labeling of the ingredients.
    With all the allergies out there these days, labeling is most important.
    Thanks for coming up with new ways to eat that glorious brown stuff we call Chocolate.

  29. Kris says

    Hi Katie! I LOVE your site! Sadly, I have an allergy to tree nuts (everything but peanuts) and many of your recipes include these items. 🙁 Can you develop some desserts for people affected with other allergens?!

    Thanks! <3

  30. Kris says

    Hi Katie! I LOVE your site! Sadly, I have an allergy to tree nuts (everything but peanuts) and many of your recipes include these items. 🙁 Can you develop some desserts for people affected with other allergens?!

    Thanks! <3

  31. Kate says

    Hi Katie,
    LOVE your site! U R Amazing! Just wondering, where can I find the no bake chewy granola bars?

  32. Kate says

    Hi Katie,
    LOVE your site! U R Amazing! Just wondering, where can I find the no bake chewy granola bars?

  33. Julie says

    how long can the deep dish cookie pie last(if I don’t eat it all within the first two days)? and Do you refrigerate? Its my fave!!

  34. Julie says

    how long can the deep dish cookie pie last(if I don’t eat it all within the first two days)? and Do you refrigerate? Its my fave!!

  35. Mellisa says

    I loved your mocha no bake cookie…I made several adjustments. For the flour, I used almonds and turned them into flour 3/4c, 1/4 of oat flour I used flax….instead of choc. chips, I used flax seeds and chia seeds. Substituted fresh coffee for the water….
    Holy cow!
    I love this website, so addicted!

  36. Mellisa says

    I loved your mocha no bake cookie…I made several adjustments. For the flour, I used almonds and turned them into flour 3/4c, 1/4 of oat flour I used flax….instead of choc. chips, I used flax seeds and chia seeds. Substituted fresh coffee for the water….
    Holy cow!
    I love this website, so addicted!

  37. Megan says

    Hey!!! made the sugar cookies but didn’t see a recipe for frosting? Could you send me a link to a recipe for one if you have one on the site??? Suggestion box idea: a “search this website” button would be a fantastic addition to this site!!! I don’t know if that would be difficult to add but, I know it’d help a lot =]

    xox loooveeee all your recipes!!!! Made the chocolate pie with the tofu and totally have my mom eating closer to a clean food diet instead of the HORRIBLE death sentence crash diet, Atkins (which she generally always resorts to!) Best site ever. I always tell everyone about it!

    Megan

    xoxo

  38. Megan says

    Hey!!! made the sugar cookies but didn’t see a recipe for frosting? Could you send me a link to a recipe for one if you have one on the site??? Suggestion box idea: a “search this website” button would be a fantastic addition to this site!!! I don’t know if that would be difficult to add but, I know it’d help a lot =]

    xox loooveeee all your recipes!!!! Made the chocolate pie with the tofu and totally have my mom eating closer to a clean food diet instead of the HORRIBLE death sentence crash diet, Atkins (which she generally always resorts to!) Best site ever. I always tell everyone about it!

    Megan

    xoxo

  39. Debbe says

    I made 4 different recipes of your cookies today for gift boxes. They turned out GREAT! Christmas cookies are a Christmas tradition, and I thank you for helping me make that tradition healthier for my friends/family.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you. I have loved you from the day I discovered you, in a Facebook post from a friend, a couple of months ago. I pin everything of yours, so much so that I created a separate board just for your stuff!

    The recipes I’m used to make tons of cookies, so I doubled yours, since yours make a smaller batch (NOT a complaint!). My oven is goofy, so the only thing I did different is approximate the cooking times/temps. I do have an oven thermometer to help me with temps, but the oven itself doesn’t maintain a constant temp.

    I would love to see a more in-depth blog about coconut butter/coconut oil vs other butters/oils, and the differences with all the milks (cow milk, %’s, goat milk, almond milk, soy milk, coconut milk, canned coconut milk). Are they interchangeable with each other in recipes? It’s pretty confusing to me.

    Merry Christmas, Katie, and thanks for these wonderful healthy sweet treats!!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Aw Merry Christmas (a little late!).

      Coconut butter is not interchangeable with the oil. Think of it as the difference (texture-wise) between peanut butter and peanut oil. As for milks, they are often interchangeable, but each will yield a different taste and sometimes a different texture in a recipe. It just depends on the recipe :).

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Aw Merry Christmas (a little late!).

      Coconut butter is not interchangeable with the oil. Think of it as the difference (texture-wise) between peanut butter and peanut oil. As for milks, they are often interchangeable, but each will yield a different taste and sometimes a different texture in a recipe. It just depends on the recipe :).

  40. Debbe says

    I made 4 different recipes of your cookies today for gift boxes. They turned out GREAT! Christmas cookies are a Christmas tradition, and I thank you for helping me make that tradition healthier for my friends/family.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you. I have loved you from the day I discovered you, in a Facebook post from a friend, a couple of months ago. I pin everything of yours, so much so that I created a separate board just for your stuff!

    The recipes I’m used to make tons of cookies, so I doubled yours, since yours make a smaller batch (NOT a complaint!). My oven is goofy, so the only thing I did different is approximate the cooking times/temps. I do have an oven thermometer to help me with temps, but the oven itself doesn’t maintain a constant temp.

    I would love to see a more in-depth blog about coconut butter/coconut oil vs other butters/oils, and the differences with all the milks (cow milk, %’s, goat milk, almond milk, soy milk, coconut milk, canned coconut milk). Are they interchangeable with each other in recipes? It’s pretty confusing to me.

    Merry Christmas, Katie, and thanks for these wonderful healthy sweet treats!!

  41. Caroline Steman says

    Good morning,

    I was searching for a recipe I could prepare for my Iranian boss and his family as a gift at Nowroz, when I came across your site. I love it!

    Thank you for sharing and I will be back often.

    Caroline

  42. Caroline Steman says

    Good morning,

    I was searching for a recipe I could prepare for my Iranian boss and his family as a gift at Nowroz, when I came across your site. I love it!

    Thank you for sharing and I will be back often.

    Caroline

  43. Hannah says

    Girl, you are awesome!

    And evil, for tempting my sweet tooth. I’ll never stop baking at this rate! I positively love your chocolate brownie cookies!

  44. Hannah says

    Girl, you are awesome!

    And evil, for tempting my sweet tooth. I’ll never stop baking at this rate! I positively love your chocolate brownie cookies!

  45. David Peak says

    Tell me how much to sell your cookies, to join, I`m on the computer at the library sio the best way to let me know is to write me, my address is, David Peak,66 Bailey Dr,Newnan,Ga. I just moved in to a new house and my comp. is not set up yet.I just retired from the Post Office and I want a GOOD HOME JOB, everything is not existant.

  46. David Peak says

    Tell me how much to sell your cookies, to join, I`m on the computer at the library sio the best way to let me know is to write me, my address is, David Peak,66 Bailey Dr,Newnan,Ga. I just moved in to a new house and my comp. is not set up yet.I just retired from the Post Office and I want a GOOD HOME JOB, everything is not existant.

  47. Veronica C says

    Question – would you recommend any of these cookie recipes to roll out and use a cookie cutter with? I have a little Halloween project in mind for my little. 🙂

  48. Veronica C says

    Question – would you recommend any of these cookie recipes to roll out and use a cookie cutter with? I have a little Halloween project in mind for my little. 🙂

  49. Barbara Gabbe-Harris says

    Hi Katie…it’s NOT a cold snowy day here in Florida, but it is a bit overcast & rainy…a perfect day to try your Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Cookies…so…first they are DELECTABLE! I used real cream cheese ( Temp Tee Whipped Cream Cheese) I had to make a second bowl of the cream cheese mixture …because I couldn’t get the dry mixture to form a ball …I mixed about 2 T. of the whipped cream cheese with 1 T melted coconut oil and a splash of vanilla and added it to the bowl…this time it worked…I was able to form a ball and make the cookies. Hard to wait the 10 minutes for them to firm up after baking…..really yummy. I got 18 little balls and therefore 18 cookies. Next time I might add some chopped nuts. Thanks to you I am now able to convert not so healthy desserts into healthy desserts by substituting all the good ingredients you use…ie., coconut oil, xylitol, healthy flours and so on?. You are the BEST, Katie. Thanks for all the inspiration and yummy recipes! ❤️ Barbara

  50. Barbara Gabbe-Harris says

    Hi Katie…it’s NOT a cold snowy day here in Florida, but it is a bit overcast & rainy…a perfect day to try your Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Cookies…so…first they are DELECTABLE! I used real cream cheese ( Temp Tee Whipped Cream Cheese) I had to make a second bowl of the cream cheese mixture …because I couldn’t get the dry mixture to form a ball …I mixed about 2 T. of the whipped cream cheese with 1 T melted coconut oil and a splash of vanilla and added it to the bowl…this time it worked…I was able to form a ball and make the cookies. Hard to wait the 10 minutes for them to firm up after baking…..really yummy. I got 18 little balls and therefore 18 cookies. Next time I might add some chopped nuts. Thanks to you I am now able to convert not so healthy desserts into healthy desserts by substituting all the good ingredients you use…ie., coconut oil, xylitol, healthy flours and so on?. You are the BEST, Katie. Thanks for all the inspiration and yummy recipes! ❤️ Barbara

  51. sindy wee says

    hello, I have a question i would like to ask. As for the oatmeal almond butter cookies, do i have to cook the quick oats and then stir it all the other ingredients together? Sorry if this question is sort of dumb, I’m new to baking. 😀

    • anonymous says

      I suggest you do your research before leaving trolling comments on blogs, as your comment is not even accurate. This is a vegan blog, and all vegan foods are 100% cholesterol-free.

  52. Thin says

    I just made these cookies, but I used canola oil instead of coconut oil. They turned out great! Chewy and sweet. The banana flavor is fabulous! It’s like eating chocolate chip banana bread in a the form of a cookie. Thanks for the recipe!

    • Jason Sanford says

      Really not sure what recipe you mean, as there’s no cashew butter in the only recipe posted on this page.

  53. Preti says

    Hi do you do an vegan cookie or cake recipie which does not contain eggs , milk , soya , oats and nuts as I have a daughter with a dairy . Soys , oats , nut and egg allergy it’s a nightmare

    Please
    My email is [email protected]

  54. Robin Andrus says

    Kaitie;
    You are a kitchen goddess! I make your chocolate chip cookies (no crazy ingredients!) all the time.
    I am looking for a sugar cookie recipe but did not see one on your site. Would you be able to direct me to one?
    Also need a cupcake recipe for an event. Do you have a fave?
    Please keep the magic coming!

  55. colleen says

    good day
    hope you well , i am looking for a supplier to purchase the following biscuits
    almond blueberry cookies
    white bean chocoate chip cookies
    Chewy sugar cookies
    chocolate hazelnut cookies
    gluten free pumpkin oat and cranberry cookies
    flourless peanut butter cookies
    oatmeal cookies
    do you perhaps have these biscuits

  56. Stella H. says

    Hi Katie and thank you for this great post!

    I have been a regular reader for many weeks and I appreciate the quality of the articles:)

    Stella

  57. dainius Jankus says

    Hi, healthy means VERY LITTLE brown flour if you have to use sugar use natural or brown, and also is this REALLY healthy??? well it also includes syrup and milk so I think not.

    of course with kind regards (they are a nice treat) but not quite healthy is all I’m trying to say but well done for trying anyway 🙂 I’m just trying to help.

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