Easy, 3-ingredient Cookie Dough Dessert Bites {egg-free}

Gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and 100% guilt free; these easy, 3-ingredient cookie dough dessert bites are my favorite no-bake, healthy treat! 

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Hello December and hello all things Christmas, including Christmas cookie recipes! Ok, so i know these delicious little no-bake bites don’t exactly scream Christmas cookie, but they are too good not share {and for you not to share with your family}.

Anyone who loves cookie dough {which in my world is everyone} will love these easy, 3-ingredient cookie dough dessert bites. And yes, you read that correctly, they are only 3-ingredients. All of which you most likely have at home right now — oats, ripe bananas and dark chocolate chips. That’s it.

This recipe is actually based off the healthiest 3-ingredient cookies you’ll ever make recipe I posted earlier this year. Which went nuts after I made the cookies live on The Jason Show.

easy, 3-ingredient cookie dough dessert bites

Literally the easiest and healthiest no-bake dessert bites you’ll ever make. That is, if you actually get to making them into dessert bites before eating all of the delicious, egg-free cookie dough.

easy, 3-ingredient cough dough dessert bitesBut that’s the beauty of these cough dough dessert bites, they can be enjoyed so many different ways:

  • eat the dough straight out of the bowl
  • make them into no-bake bites
  • turn them into a truffle by removing the chocolate chips and dipping them in dark chocolate
  • pair the dessert bites with banana ice cream to make cough dough ice cream that’s better than a DQ Blizzard

The options are pretty much endless as there are so many healthy and delicious ways to enjoy this sweet treat.

easy, 3-ingredient cough dough dessert bites

So whether or not you think these gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and guilt-free, cookie dough dessert bites are Christmas cookie material; you must give them a try because they are my favorite no-bake, healthy treat. And I think they are too good not to share with loved ones this time of year!

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Gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and 100% guilt free; these easy, 3-ingredient cookie dough dessert bites are my favorite no-bake, healthy treat!
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Recipe type: dessert
Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 2 large ripe bananas
  • 2 c oat flour {or 2 ½ - 3 c old fashioned oats finely ground in food processor or high speed blender}
  • ¼ c dark chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. If making oat flour, place rolled oats in food processor or high speed blender and blend until oats become oat flour {the fine consistency of flour}.
  2. in large mixing bowl combined ripe bananas with oat flour, mix well.
  3. add dark chocolate chips or cacao nibs and mix well.
  4. roll into 1" bites and place on baking sheet covered with parchment paper. if the dough is too sticky you may need to add more oat flour or roll the bites with slightly wet hands to avoid the dough sticking to your hands.
  5. Enjoy and store leftovers in the fridge for up to one week.
  6. This recipe makes approximately 24 bites or 12 servings, 2 bites per serving.
Notes
*This recipe makes approximately 24 bites or 12 servings, 2 bites per serving.
**Cough dough bites will keep well in a covered glass container for up to one week in the fridge or one month in the freezer.

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6 comments
    • Gini! Thanks for checking out this recipe, it’s absolutely worth a try (so simple and only 3-ingredients)! I hope you enjoy this one as much as I do! xo-Lindsey

    • I’m with you Casey — love this easy, no-bake, 3-ingredient treat! Thanks for checking it out! xo-Lindsey

  1. these look great lindsey! they’re no bake–correct? i’m a little confused because it says to remove from the oven and let cool–but I’m assuming they’re just roll and go 🙂 Thanks for sharing lady!

    • Emily! Thanks so much for catching my error in the notes of the recipe! Yes, these little bites are no-bake {I just updated the recipe notes to remove the oven note, so sorry}. Roll n’ go, love your lingo — you got it, that’s spot on! Thanks so much for checking out the recipe. Happy Friday lady! xo-Lindsey