Frozen Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites

Are you ready to experience the smallest, best tasting balls of your life?

I present you VEGAN COOKIE DOUGH BITES.

Frozen Vegan (& healthy!) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites via FitFoodieFinds.com

These little guys taste just like classic cookie dough bites that you can get at the movies…but 1 bajillion times better for you. Why?

  • 100% whole grains
  • allergy friendly
  • gluten free and dairy free
  • vegan
  • no-bake
  • 122 calories per serving (6 bites)

Who doesn’t like cookie dough?

Frozen Vegan (& healthy!) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites via FitFoodieFinds.com

The base is similar to my Fit Foodie Ball recipes: ground oats + nut butter + maple syrup + chocolate chips.

Frozen Vegan (& healthy!) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites via FitFoodieFinds.com

Frozen Vegan (& healthy!) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites via FitFoodieFinds.com

The chocolate coating is made from dairy-free chocolate chips and coconut oil. Melt em together and you’ve got magic. 

The best part is, you store these guys in the freeze so you can pop em cold! 

#besttreatever

Frozen Vegan (& healthy!) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites via FitFoodieFinds.com

 Frozen Vegan (& healthy!) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites via FitFoodieFinds.com

Now just imagine yourself sitting down to watch a throwback Disney Channel Movie like Zenon, Girl of the 21st Century. You can snack on your favorite childhood candy and not feel bad for a second! 

Cetuslapetus <—-yah I know every line in that movie.

Frozen Vegan (& healthy!) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites via FitFoodieFinds.com

 Frozen Vegan (& healthy!) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites via FitFoodieFinds.com

Frozen Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 100 bites or 16 servings

Serving Size: 6 bites

Frozen Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites

Nutrition Information (16 servings): 122 calories | 13g carbs | 8g fat | 3g protein | 5g sugar

Ingredients

    For the Cookie Dough
  • 1 cup ground oat flour
  • 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips, dairy free
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • ~1/3 cup almond butter
  • -2 tablespoons water
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • For the Chocolate Hard Shell
  • 1/4 - 1/3 cup chocolate chips, non-dairy
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil

Instructions

  1. Place all ingredients together in a medium-sized bowl. Then, mix with a wooden spoon. You may need to add a tablespoon or two more of water. It should be the consistency of classic cookie dough.
  2. Scoop out a teaspoon of dough and form into a bite-sized pieces. Repeat about 100 more times. Set aside.
  3. Create chocolate hardshell topping by heating together chocolate chips and coconut oil. You can do this in the microwave or on the stove stop. Once melted, transfer to a small tupperware.
  4. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  5. Dunk cookie dough bites in chocolate/coconut oil mixture. Using a fork, transfer to baking sheet.
  6. Place in freezer for about 5 minutes to let harden.
  7. Store in a tupperware in the freezer. Note: the chocolate hard shell will melt at room temperature!
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Vegan Cookie Dough Bites- 122 calories per serving made with whole grains and no refined sugar!

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Comments

  1. says

    Whoppers have always been my absolute favorite candy!!!! I still like to get them when I go to movies :)

    The Lion King is my ALL TIME FAVORITE movie!!! I may have bought it when it came out on DVD!!!! Gotta love a good Disney Movie!

  2. says

    You can get cookie dough bites at the movies over there?! That’s not fair. Also we didn’t have Disney Channel growing up – stupid Pay TV. I feel I need to make up for that sometime these days…
    For once I actually have all ingredients on hans and some old-fashioned oats to use up so this is dangerous… Or perfect.

    • says

      YES! We used to get them all the time at the movies. DANGER DANGER. But- the ingredient list is cray and the amount of sugar in them is out of control No Disney Channel growing up. I’m not sure what I would have done with myself :D

  3. says

    Favorite childhood candy is peanut m&m;s! Love those! I need to figure out a healthier way to make them! I love how you made these cookie dough bites! Looks so easy and delicious, so I will definitely make these in the future!

    Favorite disney show was That’s so Raven or Lizzie McGuire! Haha

  4. says

    Sounds waaaay too delicious for my own good! I use to love these as a child! I guess the recipe I have coming isn’t exactly like this, I was mistaken as to what yours was..butttt mmmm! Lookin incredible Lee
    xoxo Sarah Grace, Fresh Fit N Healthy.

  5. says

    I’ve never had the cookie dough balls from the movie theater BUT these look amazing. I love all things miniature and miniature balls are no exception. :)

    My favorite childhood candy was Reese’s Cups. Yum!

  6. says

    I just made these after I saw your post for the Cookie Dough Banana Ice Cream. They look great, but mine look nothing like yours did in the photo, they look way grainy-er and darker. Plus I got nowhere near 100 balls? Did I do something wrong?

    • says

      Weird! It really all depends on how big you make the balls. As for it being grainier… They are made with mostly oats so id say mine were pretty grainy! They might have been darker depending on how dark your nut butter was! Were they are least yummy!?

  7. Vivien says

    Can I substitute the almond butter with peanut butter, and the oat flour with whole wheat flour ?
    Thanks :)

  8. says

    Oh my jeeeezus! This recipe literally has me mind blown, It’s so healthy, simple and looks delicious! I am all about cookie dough and cookies in general so this is SO going down this week!
    p.s. favorite disney channel show is for sure boy meets world…still obsessed!
    childhood candy would be reeces witout a doubt :)

  9. says

    OH EM GEE. I have been trying to remember the name of that movie since I was like 8. THANK YOU LEE!!!

    ps these look amazing. cookie dough bites were always my go to snack at the movies, even before popcorn. PINNED!

  10. Andrea says

    First things first: YUM! I saw this post and had to make it right away. I made a few substitutions because I didn’t have all of the ingredients listed, but they still turned out fabulous! I swapped whole wheat flour for the ground oat flour, natural peanut butter for almond butter, and honey for the maple syrup. I’m definitely going to have to hide these in the freezer so my roommates don’t eat them! :D Thanks for the recipe!

    As for my favorite disney show, Lizzie McGuire was definitely it for me!

  11. Molly says

    DELICIOUS! Just made these tonight for an after-dinner treat! It’s so hard not to eat the entire batch! Can’t wait to try it out with some banana soft serve. I’m new to your website and I’m already in love! Looks like you found yourself a new subscriber! :)

    • says

      WOO HOO!! I was thinking I need to make another batch of these. They are so nice to have to just pop a few after dinner. It seems like a lot of work when you’re making them, but SO WORTH IT!

  12. Spookie says

    Hello! I am recently getting into veganism, I am just vegeterian right now. So, I am looking for dessert recipes with almond or hazelnut milk! I found yours and I would like to ask you please,, I live in Greece,Europe, here the maple suryp is pretty expensive. if i don’t include it in the recipe will there be a big difference in the taste of the cookie?? thank u!

    • says

      Hi there! They definitely wont be as sweet. But you could add coconut sugar (or any kind of sweetener) instead and then add a little bit more water! Hope this helps!

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