If you add in naturally tasty, healthful ingredients like dark chocolate, dried fruits, and fiber grains and oats, you'll be able to satiate your sweet appetite in no time.
Yes, healthy cookies also exist! Incorporating flour substitutes and better-for-you ingredients makes dessert time easier for everyone, especially now that many more vegan and gluten-free options are available in grocery shops. If you add in naturally tasty, healthful ingredients like dark chocolate, dried fruits, and fiber grains and oats, you'll be able to satiate your sweet appetite in no time. While indulging in the various versions of buttery, rich, hard-to-eat-more-than-one kind of cookie recipes is always recommended, having a good variety of simple, healthy cookie variety on hand ensures that our appetites and dietary needs are both met with satisfaction.
Vegan Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookies
Nothing beats being able to make a batch of cookies from scratch with only wholesome ingredients! These vegan, gluten-free, and grain-free chocolate chunk cookies have a base of coconut and almond flour, giving them a cake-like texture.
Healthy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Each of these delectable handmade oatmeal raisin cookies contains only 50 calories! You can use any flour you like, but whole wheat pastry flour and whole wheat-white flour are softer whole grain varieties that perform nicely in baked items.
No-Bake Nutella Oat Cookies
An oatmeal cookie and Nutella lover's dream, this dessert doesn't need to be baked. You only need a few ingredients to make these cookies. They are ready in 20 minutes! If you want an extra chewy treat, stir in a cup of shredded coconut with Nutella.
Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies
These healthier chocolate chip cookies include less sugar, fat, and sodium than store-bought chocolate chip cookies. A portion of the wheat flour is replaced with ground oats, which adds taste and fibre. These cookies also contain less ingredients and no preservatives than boxed cookies.
The majority of these quick-fix recipes are simple to prepare. That means they're saving not only calories but also time, which, as we all know, is valuable. Some of them can be made ahead of time and frozen, so that when dessert cravings strike, you only have to look in the freezer.