Flourless Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
When you find a cookie that’s a keeper, you share it with the world. These flourless almond butter chocolate chip oatmeal cookies are just that. Share it with the world please!
These Cookies!! They are the best cookies I’ve made and had in forever. These flourless butter chocolate chip oatmeal cookies just kicked my nutella-stuffed salted chocolate chip cookies out of the running for favorite cookies around the block. Please don’t be fooled by their healthier sound or let’s face it their not so photogenic state. They are the perfect combination of soft and chewy! (Totally just heard Steve Carell in my head … perfect combination of sexy and cute)
OK what makes these cookies so good? I want to say it’s the coconut almond butter I used or the chewy coconut flakes or the melty dark chocolate chips? To honest, I can’t pin point what it is but seriously who cares? Everything makes them very good!!
Let’s talk about this Coconut Almond Butter. It’s seriously addicting. I came across it in the natural foods section at my local grocery store and just had to try it. My smoothies and toasts have never tasted better. If you would like to try it, grab it here.
You can use any almond butter you have to make these (and yes you can use peanut butter too… Mr J insisted I added that last bit. These are bound to be your new favorite cookies. I promise, you will have trouble saying no to the 3rd cookie.
Flourless Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
When you find a cookie that's a keeper, you share it with the world. These flourless almond butter chocolate chip oatmeal cookies are just that. Share it with the world please!
- ⅔ cup old-fashioned rolled oats (use a gluten free one to make this recipe GF)
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- ¾ teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- ⅓ cup coconut flakes
- 1 cup almond butter
- ⅔ cup dark brown sugar
- 2 large eggs, at room temperature
- 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
- ⅔ cup dark chocolate chips
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line two baking sheets with wax paper.
- In a medium bowl, whisk together the oats, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and coconut flakes
- In another medium bowl, using a hand mixer or stand mixer, mix the almond butter and sugar until smooth. Add in the eggs, one at a time, and mix until combined. Beat in the vanilla extract.
- Reduce speed to low and add in the dry ingredients. Mix until just combined (do not over mix). Using a rubber spatula, fold in the chocolate chips by hand.
- Using a medium cookie scoop, scoop 2 tablespoon rounds of dough onto the prepared sheets. Bake cookies for 9-11 minutes. Let cookies cool on sheet for 2 minutes. Transfer cookies to a cooling rack and let cool completely. Store leftovers in an airtight container at room temperature.
- Use a gluten free flour to make this recipe gluten free
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I’ve never tried Almond Butter in cookies before. They look De-lish.
Happy Wednesday friend!
Thanks for sharing with the world and with me! These cookies look delish!!
From the looks of them I would have never guessed they were flourless. They looks amazing! And sound even more incredible with the melty chocolate and chewy coconut flakes. Yum!
I agree! The melty chocolate is always a win!
These cookies look soo good. Wish they had that coconut almond butter in the UK
You could always add a tablespoon or so coconut oil to it! Also, the link I provided was amazon. Maybe they might have it?
These flourless cookies are wonderful. I love the addition of the oatmeal.
Thanks dear!! You inspired me 😉
These cookies look amazing – I’ve never baked with almond butter before, so I’ve got some lost time to make up for! These remind me of a sort of Almond Joy-esque chocolate chip cookie…looking forward to trying them!
Oh you would love it!!
Everything about this is wonderful. I plan to give it a go this weekend.
Please do!! And let me know how you like it!!
Nice Crazy, Stupid, Love reference! Love that movie! And I LOVE these cookies!!! They look amazing!
I love that movie too!! Thanks 🙂
Coconut almond butter? I seriously need to get my hands on that stuff! And these cookies will be a must-make when I do!
Right? That’s what I said too when I saw it!!
What a great gluten-free recipe! Love the use of almond butter– I will be making these for sure!! The world needs more awesome (and simple!!!) GF cookie recipes!
The world really knows!!
These cookies look great but now I need to get some coconut almond butter. I haven’t seen it yet. Now I want some!
It’s very amazing!!
These cookies just kicked your nutella-stuffed salted chocolate chip cookies out of the running for your favorite cookies on the block?!!! Damn, well now I have to try them!!! Maybe this weekend?!!! love these cookies!!!
Oh yes you have to try them!!
Oh, I want to make these!
But..but I want to share them all with myself! Almond butter is one of my newest loves. It still hasn’t knocked peanut butter out of top love (and it probably won’t ever cause I’m a PBholic) but it sure is up there with PB! Love these cookies, Zainab! <3
You are a PBholic and sound just like my hubby!!
I am absolutely in love with these cookies, almond butter is the perfect ingredient 😀
Choc Chip Uru
Pinning these. They look delicious.
Thanks for sharing with the world 😉
OMG – I serious need that coconut almond butter in my life. Infact please can you send me some? Plus a couple of the cookies too.ly
hahah definitely!! It’s on the way!!
I am convinced…. will look for this almond butter, which I think I’ve seen at our grocery store, and give them a try
I love oatmeal cookies, and love flourless thingies, to me the texture is superb!
Have a great weekend, hope your research is going better than mine (sigh)
You KNOW how much I love flourless cookies! These look great, and I love the idea of coconut almond butter. I’ve never heard of it before!
ooooooooh coconut almond butter!!! These cookies look so chewyyyyy and def delectable to the max!
Ok, I’m sold. I will definitely be making these cookies soon! I’ve never seen the coconut almond butter before – sounds delicious!
Alanna, walk through the natural foods section at Wegmans. It’s there!!
Finally made them! Shared a photo on Facebook, will take the batch for our department tomorrow morning!
Phil could not believe they have no flour…. truly delicious! (but calling that almond butter NO STIR was a stretch by the company, I think I developed my biceps at least by 4% stirring the oil from the surface into it 😉
Yay!! I am so glad you loved them!! And yeah, I had to stir the almond butter too!! Now I want to be in your department 🙂
These look DELICIOUS! Bookmarked!
do you cook the oats beforehand, or do you use uncooked oats in the recipe
uncooked oats as the recipe call for.
For my son’s diet, I can use only a liquid sweetener (maple syrup or honey). Do you have any ideas of how I might adjust this cookie recipe to work for him? Wondering if I should increase the oats.
Hi Sarah, I wouldn’t adjust the recipe much, perhaps add about 1/3 cup more oats. The texture would be different but worth a try.