These Monster Cookie Bites are super easy and fun to make if you have kids who want to help in the kitchen! You can customize the ingredients to make them work for your likes!
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE THESE MONSTER COOKIE BITES?
These gluten free monster cookie bites only require a few ingredients. You can also customize them based on what you have in your pantry or what you are craving most!
You will need the following:
1 Cup of Purity Protocol Oats
2/3 Cup of Sun Butter or Peanut Butter
1/3 Cup of Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
1/3 Cup of Chocolate Covered Nut Candies such as MnMs, Chocolate Covered Caramel Candies or other chocolate covered candies you enjoy!
Here are some of my other favorite ingredients to add to these: Crushed gluten free pretzels, crushed gluten free cookies, peanut MnMs, peanut butter MnMs, dark chocolate cut into chunks, dried cranberries, and other dried fruit.
WHY DO I USE PURITY PROTOCOL OATS?
I personally choose to use purity protocol oats because I think they are safer for people with Celiac Disease to consume. Purity protocol oats are not farmed in shared fields and shared farming equipment. Mechanically separated oats could be farmed on the same field and use the same equipment as wheat, barley, or rye but use a machine to remove any grains that are not oats. You can read about this more here.
HERE’S HOW TO MAKE THESE NO BAKE COOKIES.
This is why this recipe is super easy!
Chop any candies that you want into smaller pieces. I recommend chopping up MnMs or things of that size.
Add all ingredients into a bowl. This is one activity most kids love to do! Dump ingredients into a bowl.
Mix everything together.
Use a cookie scoop or your hands (using your hands are a little messier) to scoop the mixture into balls.
Plop them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Refrigerate them for 30 minutes or longer.
Store them in an airtight container.
Here are a few more recipes to make with your kids in the kitchen:
Healthier Mac N Cheese
I hope love these super easy no bake monster cookie bites! I love to make them in the summertime because they don’t require me to turn on the oven! Especially since I live in AZ!
You may have visited my booth at the Nourished Festival and seen the video of this recipe there! Thanks for stopping by!
Super Easy No Bake Monster Cookie Bites
prep time: 5 MINUTES
additional time: 30 MINUTES
total time: 35 MINUTES
These super easy no bake Monster Cookie Bites are delicious and fun to make with kids in the kitchen! You can customize the ingredients based on what you have in your pantry!
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Hey there! Today’s recipe is Gluten Free Keto Peanut Butter Cookies which only need 3 ingredients and don’t take very long to make. Well, 4 ingredients if you want to dip them in your favorite low carb chocolate!
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HERE’S THE INGREDIENTS TO MAKE These Gluten Free Keto Peanut Butter Cookies:
1 c Peanut Butter – no sugar added
1/2 c Monkfruit, Swerve or Erythritol or your favorite keto-friendly sweetener, you can find Swerve here if you would like to help support the blog.
HERE’S HOW TO MAKE These Keto Peanut Butter Cookies :
Note: you can drizzle with melted chocolate if you want to be fancy. I used Hu Chocolate, but you can melt and dip any low carb chocolate you like
Does Peanut Butter ruin ketosis?
If you eat peanut butter regularly on keto, you may not be successful staying in ketosis. However, if you have peanut butter every once in awhile, you can stay in ketosis. For this recipe, you’ll be using 40 total carbs of peanut butter which is about 3 carbs per cookie. Eggs are only 1 carb so in total it’s about 3.5 carbs per cookie.
I based this recipe on the one from Kirbie’s Cravings.
Why do my keto peanut butter fall apart?
When making a # in your cookies, be sure to do so gently or they may fall apart. If you don’t allow your cookies to cool after taking them out of the oven, they may fall apart. I had this happen to me when they were hot and I was trying to shove one in my mouth before it cooled! They stick together once they are cool! LOL!
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IF YOU LIKE THIS RECIPE YOU MIGHT ALSO ENJOY THESE:
GLUTEN FREE- KETO CHOCOLATE CHEESECAKE STRAWBERRY TRIFLE– chocolate and peanut butter, what could be better?
DELICIOUS GLUTEN FREE APPLE NACHOS– another use for the peanut butter.
GLUTEN FREE KETO CREAM CHEESE FROSTING– for all your keto baking needs.
prep time: 5 MINUTES
cook time: 12 MINUTES
total time: 17 MINUTES
These delicious gluten free and keto peanut butter cookies have only 3 ingredients! Well 4 if you want to dip them in low carb chocolate! Enjoy!
© Michelle Bock
I hope you enjoy your Peanut Butter Cookies as much as we do!
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Peanut butter oatmeal chocolate chip cookies with a side of MNM’S please!
These cookies were the first sweet thing my husband fed our oldest daughter when she was 9 months old and I was at the gym!
LOL, We joke about it now but at the time I was like …… that’s it.. we’ve ruined the baby! HAHA!
I usually make some kind of chocolate chip cookie for back to school every year (Thanks to my friend Christine, who did this for her boys and my girls found out and now it’s been a thing since they were little :)), but this year is a little different. We are moving our youngest daughter to her apartment for college this weekend. Insert crying face. Insert excited face.
Bring on Empty Nesting! We have talked about it coming up for like a year, but now it’s only a few days away! I may need to make these cookies for emotional eating support. Just kidding…
Let’s Talk About Gluten Free Oats-There are many kinds of gluten free oats out there.
There are basically 2 different kinds to my knowledge. Mechanically or Optically sorted and Farmed Gluten Free using the purity protocol. I personally only eat oats that are purity protocol because I don’t trust the mechanically sorted ones. But, everyone is different and you have to do what is best for you.
The brand I use is Montana Gluten Free. They ship their purity protocol oats right to your door! I love food delivered to my door. I have used their products for over a year and have never had a reaction to them. The Oats I buy from them are tested to be less than 3ppm gluten. This is not a paid endorsement
An example of mechanically or Optically sorted oats are Bob’s Red Mill. They say on their website that they won’t contain any more than 19 ppm of gluten.
The oats used in Cheerios and other cereals are sketchy and I would not recommend eating them if you have Celiac. See what the Gluten Free Watchdog says HERE.
Some people cannot handle oats at all because they contain Avenin. It can cause similar symptoms to someone who is celiac when they eat wheat. That’s no fun!
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How Do I Make These Cookies?
You will need the following ingredients and some willpower as to not eat all of the dough before you bake them Ha Ha!
In the above pictures of these delicious morsels, I added MNM’s too. You can add them if you want or leave them out either way they are yummy!
1 Cup Butter- softened
1 C Raw Sugar
1 C Coconut Sugar or Brown Sugar
1 Cup Peanut Butter or Almond Butter
11/2 Cup Gluten Free Flour- I used Jovial Pastry Flour
2 C Oats- purity protocol
1 TSP Baking Soda
1 Pinch of Salt
2 TSP Vanilla
1 TSP Baking Powder
2 C Chocolate chips/MnM’s or combo
Oh wait you have to bake them… resist the cookie dough……
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F.
Start by Creaming together your butter and sugar in a mixer. Add the eggs one at a time. Add the vanilla and peanut butter.
Slowly add the dry ingredients and mix to combine.
Stir in the chocolate variety.
Scoop onto a Silpat lined baking sheet. I use a cookie scoop.
Bake for 12-14 minutes or until just turning brown.
Remove from oven, let cool …if you can wait.
Try Not to lick the spatula…..
Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
I hope you love these cookies! Regardless, if your kiddos are going back to school in person or online they are a delicious treat!
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This Giant Skillet Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie is super easy to make and delicious topped with your favorite ice cream flavor!
You need this Giant Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie in your life!
This chocolate chip cookie was so easy to make and yummy!!! Plus it was perfect for National Cookie day! It would also be perfect for National Pazookie Day… Just add ice cream when it is warm. You will be fighting over who gets the last bite!
I love warm chocolate chip cookies! Dark chocolate chips in this cookie are my favorite and I love how they balance out the sweetness. I am not a huge sweet eating person, so I love the dark more bitter chocolate.
How you make this deliciousness!
Start your oven to 350 degrees. My oven has convection so that is what I used.
Cream butter and sugar together. That means mix soft butter with sugar in the mixer until it looks slightly fluffy.
Add an egg and vanilla to the fluffy butter and mix until combined.
Add Gluten Free Flour blend and mix to combine. I used Pamela’s Baking mix. It has baking baking powder in it. IF yours doesn’t have baking powder in it add 1 tsp.
Add 1 cup of dark chocolate chips.
Rub Coconut oil on the skillet so it is well greased. You don’t want this baby to stick.
Put the cookie dough into the skillet and flatten it out!
Bake it in the oven for 14 minutes.
Try not to eat it all until it cools for a few minutes so you don’t burn your mouth lol!
Add ice cream on top or any of your favorite toppings!
Here are some other recipes you might like from my Blog if you like this Chocolate Chip Cookie!
Rum Chata Cupcakes
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
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Here’s the FULL recipe!
Giant Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie
This cookie is so delicious! It’s perfect for sharing. Eat it warm and top it with ice cream for a real treat!
I used Pamela’s baking and pancake mix which contains baking powder. IF your mix doesn’t contain baking powder add 1 tsp of baking powder to this recipe so your cookie rises
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