Chocolate Coated Cookie Bites

These amazing cookie bites are made with snacking in mind. Chocolate coated cookie bites are the perfect balance of sweetness and size. Each cookie is coated with a layer of dairy free chocolate and the inside is a crunchy cookie perfect for on the go snacking. The filling is totally customizable to match any taste palate and satisfy all cookie lovers.

A delicious and easy cookie recipe

Cookies. For. Breakfast. Snack. Dessert. Count me in!

Cookies are an “all the time” type of food. Did you eat a savory breakfast and then want something to satisfy your sweet tooth? That’s exactly what a cookie is for. Did you have the most perfect lunch, but need something sweet to hit the spot? Cookies to the rescue! Is it that afternoon time and you’re in need of a little pick me up? Grab a cookie for sure. More accurately, grab one of these chocolate coated cookie bites to satisfy all your cravings.

These cookie bites are made with only 5 basic ingredients. These ingredients are commonly used in my recipes and should be simple and easy to find. Making these beautiful cookies should be easy too, so let’s get baking!

Ingredients used in cookie bites

Chocolate coated cookie bites are an easy, five-ingredient recipe. Most of these items are probably already in your pantry, especially if you have a big sweet tooth or love to bake!

Here’s everything you’ll need to make your delicious healthy dessert:

  • Coconut oil

  • Almond butter

  • Maple syrup

  • Almond flour

  • Mini chocolate chips

That’s it! Told you it was so easy 🙂

The tools you’ll need to make cookie bites

There are only few items you’ll need for your healthy dessert. Again, that’s it! So easy to make and very little clean up.

  • First, you’ll need a mixing bowl and some sort of stirring utensil, such as a spatula or spoon.

  • You’ll need one more microwave safe bowl and a fork for easy dipping.

  • Grab a non stick baking tray to prevent your cookies from sticking in the oven.

Again, that’s it! So easy to make and very little clean up.

How to make healthy cookie bites

Start by combining the coconut oil, almond butter, and maple syrup in the bowl and mix it well. Make sure this mixture is nice and smooth.

Add in the almond flour next and start mixing. Once the dough starts to look cumbly, add in the chocolate chips and continue mixing.

Towards the end you will have to use your hands to mix the dough and create a nice, smooth dough ball. You can leave as is and enjoy as amazing safe to eat cookie dough, or roll into bite sized balls to create healthy cookie bites.

Roll the dough into about 12 evenly sized cookie dough balls and let sit in the fridge to firm up.

While the dough balls are cooling in the fridge or freezer, melt the chocolate in your second bowl until it’s nice and smooth. Use your fork to gently roll each ball in the melted chocolate and place on your non stick baking sheet. The chocolate should start to harden around each ball as your cookie dough balls are cold!

Bake at 350 F for about 20 minutes. Let the cookies cool and enjoy! Top each cookie with a dash of sea salt for even more amazing flavor.

A healthier cookie recipe

Every single ingredient used to make healthy cookie bites was hand selected to create the healthiest dessert possible. Together, these ingredients create a flavor that is unmatched!

Almond butter

I often use almond butter in place of peanut butter, both for the nutrients and the taste. Almond butter contains healthy amounts of copper, phosphorus, and magnesium.

Coconut oil

I love to use coconut oil in place of other processed oils as it contains some good healthy fats and can help increase good cholesterol.

Maple syrup

By now, you’ve probably seen me mention maple syrup once or twice. It’s just the best all-natural sweetener I’ve ever tried! It tastes delicious and doesn’t include nearly as much sugar as processed white sugar.

Almond flour
When compared to all-purpose flour, almond flour is far more nutrient-rich. In fact, this type of flour contains protein, fiber, calcium, and iron.

Chocolate chips

When choosing my chocolate, I like to go for all-natural brands like hu kitchen chocolate chunks or enjoy life foods. By going with an organic, all-natural brand, you’re able to reduce the amount of preservatives and artificial ingredients present in your dessert.

Cookie recipe ingredient swap options

If you find yourself wanting to mix and match the ingredients in this recipe, you may be interested in these ideas!

  • Almond butter: Almond butter can be swapped with cashew or peanut butter. SunButter, a popular nut-free butter will also work. Note: Changing the nut butter used may alter the final flavor.

  • Maple syrup: If you don’t like maple syrup, you can use molasses or honey in its place.

  • Chocolate chips: The chocolate chips used in this recipe don’t have to be dairy free dark chocolate! You can also use milk chocolate, or, for something a little different, white chocolate! Just note that swapping this chocolate may make this recipe no longer dairy free.

Cookie bite recipe add-ins

If you’re in the mood for something more than just basic chocolate chip cookie bites, feel empowered to add in some fun ingredients. This list is short, but know that the add-ins are basically endless and can be changed as you see fit.

  • chopped nuts

  • coconut flakes

  • sea salt

  • sprinkles

  • dried fruit

Chocolate Coated Cookie Bites

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Chocolate Coated Cookie Bites
Yield: 12

Author: Chen’s Plate
Prep time: 20 MCook time: 20 MTotal time: 40 M
These amazing cookie bites are made with snacking in mind. Chocolate coated cookie bites are the perfect balance of sweetness and size. Each cookie is coated with a layer of dairy free chocolate and the inside is a crunchy cookie perfect for on the go snacking. The filling is totally customizable to match any taste palate and satisfy all cookie lovers.

Ingredients:

For the Cookie
  • 1 tbsp melted coconut oil
  • 1/2 cup smooth almond butter
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips
For the Chocolate Coating
  • 1/2 cup chocolate chips (to be melted)

Instructions:

  1. Start by combining the coconut oil, almond butter, and maple syrup in the bowl and mix it well. Make sure this mixture is nice and smooth.
  2. Add in the almond flour next and start mixing. Once the dough starts to look cumbly, add in the chocolate chips and continue mixing.
  3. Towards the end you will have to use your hands to mix the dough and create a nice, smooth dough ball. You can leave as is and enjoy as amazing safe to eat cookie dough, or roll into bite sized balls to create healthy cookie bites.
  4. Roll the dough into about 12 evenly sized cookie dough balls and let sit in the fridge to firm up.
  5. While the dough balls are cooling in the fridge or freezer, melt the chocolate in your second bowl until it’s nice and smooth. Use your fork to gently roll each ball in the melted chocolate and place on your non stick baking sheet. The chocolate should start to harden around each ball as your cookie dough balls are cold!
  6. Bake at 350 F for about 20 minutes. Let the cookies cool and enjoy! Top each cookie with a dash of sea salt for even more amazing flavor.

Calories

154.21

Fat (grams)

12.66

Sat. Fat (grams)

2.37

Carbs (grams)

8.53

Fiber (grams)

2.45

Net carbs

6.07

Sugar (grams)

4.86

Protein (grams)

4.31

Sodium (milligrams)

1.62

Cholesterol (grams)

0.00

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