(No Bake) Double Chocolate Breakfast Cookies

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Easy, no-bake, and healthy double-chocolate breakfast cookies 

Easy, no-bake, and healthy double-chocolate breakfast cookies I chelseasmessyapron.com
I adore breakfast. But, I’ll be honest. Slaving over a breakfast meal that takes tons of preparation, produces dozens of dirty dishes, and leaves me feeling like I’ll topple over from being too full is for special occasions only. Like every Saturday ?

But for the weekdays? I’m definitely more into quick, on-the-go, and healthy breakfast options. Like healthy banana oat muffins and peanut butter breakfast cookies. Oh, and overnight peanut butter cheesecake oats are a great go-to option around these parts.

And these breakfast cookies are no different. They are incredibly simple, completely satisfying, and made with good-for-you ingredients. So you can eat cookies for breakfast.

You can also make these cookies in one bowl, have them completely finished in about 5 minutes, and eat the whole batch if you feel like it. But, more likely, you’ll have some leftover and you can store them in the fridge for up to 5 days, or freeze them for up to 3 months. (In an airtight container.)

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(No Bake) Double Chocolate Breakfast Cookies

5 from 4 votes
Easy, no-bake, and healthy double-chocolate breakfast cookies 
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(No Bake) Double Chocolate Breakfast Cookies

5 from 4 votes
Easy, no-bake, and healthy double-chocolate breakfast cookies 
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Healthy
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 15 breakfast cookies
Author Chelsea Lords


  • 1/2 cup creamy almond butter (can use peanut butter)
  • 1/3 cup agave nectar (or honey)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 cup old-fashioned oats (uncooked)
  • 3/4 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
  • 1/4 cup oat flour (regular oats that have been blended)
  • 1/3 cup rice krispie cereal
  • 1/3 cup miniature chocolate chips


  • In a medium-sized bowl, combine the almond butter, agave nectar, vanilla, and salt. Microwave for 20-30 seconds and stir until combined. Add in the cocoa powder, oats, coconut, and oat flour (to make oat flour, take regular oats and place them in a blender or food processor and pulse until they resemble flour). Mix to combine.
  • Stir in rice krispies and chocolate chips. Mix. (If the mixture is too wet, add a bit more oat flour and if it is too dry add a bit more almond butter or agave nectar -- there is some variance based off of the brands you use)
  • Place in the fridge, covered, for 20 minutes to firm up.
  • Form balls with the mixture and then flatten the balls in your hand to create a cookie shape.
  • Store cookies in an airtight container for 4-5 days (I keep mine in the fridge) or freeze for up to 3 months.


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  1. I love quick breakfasts during the week too and these no bake cookies sound awesome! Count me in for double chocolate and peanut butter for breakfast πŸ™‚

  2. thank you for remembering that I am trying to stay under 300lbs this year lol. I’m always craving sweet carbs in the morning and this looks like the perfect healthy option – love it!

  3. My daughter and I had great fun making these delicious cookies together. They are so easy and delicious. Thank you for the recipe.

    1. I am so glad you enjoyed them. Thanks so much for taking the time to come comment! πŸ™‚ Have a great week!

  4. All of these cookies look so yummy! I can’t wait to try them. I’m wondering if anyone has ever tried to add protein powder to them to boost their nutritional value? I’ll be back in a few days to tell you how my cookies turned out – and what my 7 year old thought of them!

  5. 5 stars
    These look fabulous!!! Just one(maybe two problems) A. I have no Rice Krispies- but I do have Cheerios(the fan isn’t a huge fan of the Krispies- oh well) Could I use a different type of cereal or just all oats? And B. Calorie count?
    But again they look fabulous!
    Thanks so much

    1. Hi Kate! I’ve never experimented making these with other cereals, but I bet you could just do all oats (I can’t vouch for this though since I haven’t tried it either). The rice krispies give them a nice crunch that I like, so maybe you could crush a few Cheerios down and try that.

      (No Bake) Double Chocolate Breakfast Cookies
      Nutrition Facts
      Serving Size 1 Recipe total Servings 9
      Calories 200
      Total Fat 8.83 g
      Saturated Fat 2.26g
      Monosaturated Fat 3.88g
      Polysaturated Fat 2.69g
      Total Carbohydrate 24.6 g
      Fiber 2.4 g
      Sugar 6.4 g
      Protein 5.9 g
      Cholesterol 0.54 mg
      Calcium 17 mg
      Iron 0.87 mg
      Potassium 160 mg
      Sodium 112 mg
      Zinc 0.9 mg
      Thiamin 0.08 mg
      Riboflavin 0.04 mg
      Niacin 1.56 mg
      Vitamin B6 0.09 mg
      Vitamin B12 0.02 Ug
      Vitamin A 7 IU
      Vitamin E 1.29 mg
      Vitamin K 0.1 Ug
      Points 4
      Points Plus 5
      *The nutritional values are determined by the total ingredients divided by the number of servings for each recipe. Serving sizes may vary. The formula used here for points was obtained from public sources and is an empirical match to Weight Watchers calculators, but it is not an “official” Weight Watcher’s calculator.

  6. Why is it that you don’t post the nutrition information with your recipes? It seems completely counter-intuitive to me, to write a bunch of skinny and healthy recipes, and not give that info. Most people looking for this type of thing will want to know!

  7. hi Chelsea,

    So happy have started a new healhty lifestyle change, and finding these new healthy treats is such a bonus motivator. Am not to concerned about not seeing the nutritional breakdown (its really all in moderation from what am learning lol)
    but just seeing it, its 200 cal for the whole receipe- i can eat all 9-cookies – wow so wow amazing i would love to be able to eat at least 4.5 of these lil babies for just 100calories…. PLEASE PUT A SMILE ON MY FACE! thank you again and continue to share your delicious healthy creations with us w/ or w/o facts πŸ™‚

    1. I LOVE your view on healthy eating — in all my years of trying to maintain weight and a healthier lifestyle, I’ve come to the same conclusion πŸ™‚ Moderation in everything! Thank you so much! πŸ™‚ I hope you have a wonderful day!

  8. Hi! I love the sound of these and the cinnamon roll ones also look amazing! However I have a problem, I’m allergic to peanuts! I’m trying to eat more protein but every recipe has peanut butter in it! Is there any thing I could substitute instead?

    1. Have you tried sunbutter? I’m not sure how it will taste since I haven’t tried it, but I do know that’s high in protein!

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