These Raw Cookie Dough Calls make for the perfect dessert or sweet treat. Full of healthy fats and fiber, they’re nourishing and satisfying with subtle sweetness. They have all the flavor of cookie dough while being vegan, paleo and low carb. Plus, you can double or triple this recipe to store extras in the freezer!
Are Raw Cookie Dough Balls Healthy?
In my book, these Raw Cookie Dough Balls are considered to be “healthy.” They are free of refined sugar and carbs, unlike most traditional recipes. And more importantly, they’re loaded with essential vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and antioxidants. So, yes, I’d call these healthy Raw Cookie Dough Balls!
What are Raw Cookie Dough Balls?
Raw Cookie Dough Balls are a no-bake recipe. Meaning, you will not use the oven or any cooking appliance, making them a perfect last-minute treat. They;re also great for the hot Summer months when you don’t want to turn the oven on. These Raw Cookie Dough Balls are delicious as a balanced snack or dessert!
Nutrients in Raw Cookie Dough Balls
These Raw Cookie Dough Balls are filled with good-for-you ingredients. AKA they will provide your body with essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals!
Essential Fatty Acids- Nut butter and almond flour are rich in essential fatty acids, which boost brain function, provide physical energy, reduce inflammation, increase satiety, and more!
Antioxidants- Chocolate chips (especially, dark chocolate chips) and maple syrup are loaded with antioxidants, which fight against oxidative stress and lower inflammation.
Magnesium- Almonds and chocolate provide a healthy dose of magnesium, which supports healthy enzyme function and more.
Other No-Bake Recipes
No-Bake recipes are simple, quick, and perfect for the hotter months. Try these other no-bake recipes:
Recipe for Raw Cookie Dough Balls
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
2 tbsp maple syrup
¼ cup nut butter
½ cup almond flour
Handful dairy free chocolate chips
In a small bowl, combine maple syrup, nut butter, and almond flour until a thick dough forms.
Fold in a small handful of chocolate chips , until combined.
Using a spoon scoop, out the dough into golf ball sized bites and roll between your palms.
Do this with the remainder of the dough, until all balls are formed.
Store in the fridge or freezer.