Chocolate Mint Cookie Bites will make you immediately remember the very popular Girl Scouts mint chocolate cookies. This simple chocolate mint cookie bites recipe is a healthy alternative for cookies or ice cream. Have your children help prepare these for their enjoyment!
Chocolate Mint Cookie Bites
- Soak dates in warm water for at least 10 minutes to soften.
- In a food processor, add cashews, macadamias, and oats. Process until mixture reaches a fine, crumbly texture.
- Add softened dates, peppermint extract, cocoa powder, and maple syrup to food processor and blend until fully incorporated.
- Pinch off about 1 Tbsp of the mixture and roll into a ball. Continue with remaining mixture. This should yield about 14 bites.
- Place each bite on a sheet of wax paper. Drizzle bites with dark chocolate and let sit until chocolate is fully set.
You might wonder how cookie bites are healthier than traditional cookies. Take a look at the ingredients, you will see this recipe includes dates, cashews, macadamia, and oats. Talk about a healthy snack or dessert and I think about these. They are so delicious and easy to make. They work well as either an afternoon snack or healthy spin on a popular dessert. Don’t let all these healthy ingredients make you think that these cookie bites are not kid-friendly, they are in fact a very kid friendly snack, make a batch and don’t mention to your kids that these are healthy and watch them enjoy this tasty treat.
Since we know you are going to love these cookie bites, we also have other popular flavors of cookie bites. Give one of these healthy recipes a try:
- Lemon cookie bites
- Oatmeal cookie energy bites
- Chocolate peanut butter cookie bites
- Coconut cookie bites
Nutrition info is an estimate and may contain errors.
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An award winning recipe developer, Dietitian Kaitlin’s mission is to empower others to reach their health goals by encouraging them to get back into the kitchen. Co-author of Nourished: 10 Ingredients to Happy, Healthy Eating and Cooking with Diabetes.