Easy Oat and Honey Blender Cookies is the recipe of the day!
Because who doesn’t love a sweet and spicy Oat Cookie?? These Easy Oat and Honey Blender Cookies are ready to bake in less than 5 minutes.
Want to know how? Let’s bake!
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How can I make cookie dough in the blender?
Yes! Blender cookies for life…
You can easily make these delicious Oat and Honey Cookies in your blender. Simply blend the wet and dry ingredients together in your blender. This way the gluten free rolled oats are broken down and all the other ingredients are incorporated effectively.
It literally takes 5 minutes to blend this Easy Oat and Honey Blender Cookie dough. SO EASY!
Dairy Free and Gluten Free Oat and Honey Blender Cookies
The thing I love most about these easy oat and honey blender cookies are the fact that it’s completely dairy free and gluten free. Yes to health!
I find that I need a sweet treat after dinner and I usually crave sugar ladled treats. These are by far the easiest and best oat cookies that’s perfect as a late night treat or lunchbox filler.
You can replace the honey with maple syrup to make these oat cookies vegan. Add a pinch of allspice or cinnamon for extra flavour.
Did I also mention these cookies are completely dunk worthy? I’m looking at you oat milk!
Ingredients for Easy Oat and Honey Blender Cookies
I used the following pantry friendly ingredients for my oat and honey blender cookies.
- Gluten Free Rolled Oats
- Desiccated Coconut
- Coconut oil
- Vanilla Essence
- Cinnamon or allspice
It is literally as easy as that!
Roll the blended ingredients into small balls, and lightly press down on them once they are arranged on your baking tray. Remember to preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius, then bake these healthy blender cookies for 20 minutes until golden brown.
You can get about 6 – 8 cookies from one batch so double up for the week. Keep these oat and honey blender cookies fresh in an airtight container for up to two weeks.
Add your own variety of ingredients after the blend like chocolate chips, raisins or dried fruit. Enjoy!
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