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Chewy Date, Coconut & Cacao Nib Cookies

by Pamela Higgins
on 7th September 2018
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If you’re looking for the ultimate chewy but crunchy vegan and gluten-free cookie, this is the recipe you NEED in your life. With added dates, cacao nibs and the secret weapon ingredients – The Coconut Company coconut sugar and coconut nectar to give them a caramel-like flavour – these are the perfect energy-boosting snack when hunger or your sweet tooth calls!


Chewy Date, Coconut & Cacao Nib Cookies

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Ingredients

  • 150g rolled oats
  • 75g desiccated coconut
  • 50g The Coconut Company coconut sugar
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 4 tbsp coconut oil, melted
  • 4 tbsp The Coconut Company coconut nectar
  • 75g chopped dates
  • 6 tbsp cacao nibs
Prep Time
Serves
4

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 170 degrees C and grease and line a large baking sheet.

  2. Place the oats, coconut, coconut sugar, baking powder, melted coconut oil and coconut nectar in your Ninja Kitchen Nutri Ninja and pulse a few times so the mixture comes together to form a slightly sticky mixture.

  3. Stir in the dates and cacao nibs then divide into about 12-15, roll into balls and flatten with your hands on the baking sheet, making sure they are spread out.

  4. Bake for 12-15 minutes until golden and expanded. They will still be soft but will firm up while they cool down. Leave on the sheet until completely cooled – they will be awesomely soft but crunchy on the outside, yum!

Pamela Higgins

My love of healthy food was originally inspired by my commitment to fitness and wellbeing. But that's not to say I don't like a treat from time to time. It was when I started looking for healthy treats that still satisfied my sweet tooth that I realised how little there was to choose from. Despite being labelled 'healthy', many of the recipes I came across relied heavily on processed sugar and fat - which is why I decided to take matters into my own hands.
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