3 December, 2017
No-Bake Christmas Tree Cookies
Here’s a delicious no-bake Christmas tree cookie recipe. The ingredients are suitable for a plant-based or vegan diet.
These no-bake cookies are not only tasty, but they also look very cute. They are easy to make and you don’t need a food processor. As always, you can adjust the recipe to your liking.
I used hazelnut butter, but you can use any nut butter you like. Lately, I love using orange jam as a sweetener in my recipes. However, you can use maple syrup, honey or anything you like.
I used oat flour and desiccated coconut to make my cookies. If you have gluten-sensitivity, make sure that you use gluten-free oats. You can also replace the oat flour with desiccated coconut or nut flour to make the recipe paleo-friendly. Or, use dried fruit as a binder in order to cut down on the fat. It’s up to you!
Finally, I made a green matcha glaze for my cookies, but don’t worry if you don’t have matcha powder at home. You can make a snow-like glaze by using melted white chocolate, or by combining a little bit of water, coconut oil or plant-based milk with some powdered sugar and/or desiccated coconut. You can of course use some melted dark chocolate instead, as I did for a few of my cookies. There are so many options! Also, I decorated my cookies with some seeds and chopped dried cranberries. This is optional.
I shaped my cookies by filling a Christmas tree cookie cutter with spoonfuls of the mixture. I find this method easier than trying to make a layer of dough and cutting the cookies individually.
This recipe is enough for six cookies.
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If you like the recipe, share it with your friends and if you try making these delicious no-bake cookies, please let me know how they turned out for you!