I don’t know many people who do not love cookie dough. These little gems will not only satisfy that child-like craving none of us ever grow out of, but it will (horns trumpeting):
- take you a couple of minutes to make
- make your kids oober giddy and excited
- impress your friends
- keep you safe from allergens
The secret here is that they only have to taste good, they do not have to bake up nicely…which in gluten-free baking science means: no need for lots of fat, and no need for any binders (like eggs).
These are well loved by everyone who tries them, including my daughter who eats her treats with gusto.
Gluten free vegan cookie pops topping ideas:
You can coat your pops in any variety of toppings, or leave them plain.
I like them plain with no accouterments, my kids like (wait for it…..) sprinkles (shock!).
- toasted coconut
- chopped toasted nuts
- freeze dried berries
- orange zest
- toffee bits
- mini marshmallows
- cocoa nibs
- white chocolate drizzle
Additional gluten free vegan recipes:
- these date sweetened brownies are dense and fudgy
- my gluten free wholegrain pancakes are a hearty start to your day!
- my vegan nacho cheese sauce tastes like the stuff of your childhood…but so much better!
- these stuffed potato cakes are next level amazing!
If you try these kid favorites, please come back and share your thoughts below!
Low-Fat Gluten Free Vegan Cookie Pops
- 1/2 cup dark chocolate melted
- topping ideas in post above
Mix the flour, sugars, and salt together.
Work the butter in with your fingers or a fork until evenly dispersed.
Add in vanilla and just enough milk to bring the dough together.
Mix the chocolate chips in.
Roll into about 10 balls as you deem fit! If' you'd like to make them "pops", just add any stick (straws, skewers, etc).
If you'd like to dip these in additional chocolate, melt about 2 ounces chocolate w/ 2-3 tablespoons any milk. Dip and cool on a Silpat or piece of waxed paper. Store in the freezer!
*palm sugar has a coarser granule than brown sugar and will need to be softened/dissolved with the milk in this recipe first. Mix together and let sit for 5 minutes or so.
**you can make your oat flour by whirring rolled oats in a coffee grinder or high-speed blender like a Vitamix or Blendtec
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