3 Ingredient Paleo Vegan No Bake Coconut Cookies (Keto, Sugar Free)

3 Ingredient Paleo Vegan No Bake Coconut Cookies (Keto, Sugar Free)- Make these super simple no bake cookies in under 5 minutes, to satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way! Low carb and tastes like a coconut candy bar!

With the holiday season in full swing, it means one thing for me- Cookies

While I’m still yet to share some holiday specific cookies, I thought I’d share at least one. In true Arman fashion, I stuck true to my roots. Like with any of my cookie recipes, we’ll kickstart the onslaught without turning on the oven, No bake cookie style!

PS- If you love these cookies, you’ll love these make amazing chocolate coconut bars.

3-Ingredient No Bake Coconut Cookies (Keto, Paleo, Vegan, Sugar Free)- Make these super simple no bake cookies in under 5 minutes, to satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way! Low carb and tastes like a coconut candy bar! #lowcarbrecipe #nobakecookies #ketodessert #lowcarb #sugarfree | Recipe on thebigmansworld.com

If there is one no bake cookie you should begin with, this has got to be it. Not only does it need just three easy ingredients, it literally takes less than 5 minutes to prepare and form into cookies. The hard part is waiting for it to firm up. However, because of the ingredients used in these, you won’t be waiting more than 20 minutes.

Can we take a minute to quickly discuss the taste and texture of these no bake coconut cookies? If you’ve ever tried a Bounty Bar (my Aussie and UK readers!), a Mound Bar (USA!) or the famous coconut rough (New Zealand!), these will make 

Wait a minute…I’ve made bounty bars and even a protein-packed version on here already. Looks like coconut rough may be next…

Okay, I’m getting off track here.

TLDR- My 3-Ingredient No Bake Coconut Cookies will remind you of those candy bar fillings, but with a twist. These contain no sugar, no grains, no flour and are your guilt-free cure for the sweet tooth. 

It’s also super friendly for most dietary lifestyles out there. It’s naturally paleo, vegan, grain-free, dairy-free and gluten-free. Also, because of the sweetener used, it happens to be low carb, keto and sugar-free!

Speaking of homemade candy, did you know I did you a favor and collated over 20 healthy homemade candy bar recipes in one spot? You’ll find your favorites there and just like these no bake cookies, are super simple and most require zero baking!

3-Ingredient No Bake Coconut Cookies (Keto, Paleo, Vegan, Sugar Free)- Make these super simple no bake cookies in under 5 minutes, to satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way! Low carb and tastes like a coconut candy bar! #lowcarbrecipe #nobakecookies #ketodessert #lowcarb #sugarfree | Recipe on thebigmansworld.com

Now, I don’t want you guys to be under the assumption that these cookies are soft and chewy and just like grandmas. Sorry, but they aren’t. They are very similar to my coconut crack bars, but I adjusted the ingredients to give them a softer texture, yet they are still firm.

If you want your cookies to be on the softer side, enjoy at room temperature. For a thicker, almost fudge-like texture, enjoy directly from the fridge.

DO NOT eat straight from the freezer, unless you are a fan of the dentist and have a very fulfilled bank account.

For a tried and tested, soft and chewy cookie recipe, you’d best begin with these white chocolate raspberry ones or perhaps these 

The best part of my no bake recipes is how quick and easy they are. These coconut versions are no different, and require a simple, 3- step process

  1. Add ingredients to a bowl
  2. Mix, form into balls, press onto a plate or tray
  3. Refrigerate or freeze until firm.

BOOM.

3-Ingredient No Bake Coconut Cookies (Keto, Paleo, Vegan, Sugar Free)- Make these super simple no bake cookies in under 5 minutes, to satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way! Low carb and tastes like a coconut candy bar! #lowcarbrecipe #nobakecookies #ketodessert #lowcarb #sugarfree | Recipe on thebigmansworld.com

Sugar Free, Low Carb, and Keto Friendly Cookies

To ensure these cookies fit those requirements, it is imperative for you to use this monk fruit sweetened maple syrup. It has the consistency of a sticky sweetener (maple, agave, honey etc), but without any carbs or sugar.

If you can tolerate some natural sweetness, feel free to use the aforementioned sticky sweeteners. Do not use an artificially sweetened sweetener, like sugar free pancake syrup or sugar free maple syrup. These just do not have the viscosity needed to form properly. 

Ignite that inner cookie monster and satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way! These healthy 3 ingredient no bake paleo vegan coconut cookies will kickstart your cookie train.

No baking required.

More delicious no bake cookies? Gotcha covered!

No Bake White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies

No Bake Trail Mix Cookies

No Bake Peanut Butter Crunch Cookies

No Bake Giant Cookie for ONE 

 

3-Ingredient No Bake Coconut Cookies (Keto, Paleo, Vegan, Sugar Free)- Make these super simple no bake cookies in under 5 minutes, to satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way! Low carb and tastes like a coconut candy bar! #lowcarbrecipe #nobakecookies #ketodessert #lowcarb #sugarfree | Recipe on thebigmansworld.com

3-Ingredient Paleo Vegan No Bake Coconut Cookies

3 Ingredient Paleo Vegan No Bake Coconut Cookies (Keto, Sugar Free)- Make these super simple no bake cookies in under 5 minutes, to satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way! Low carb and tastes like a coconut candy bar!
4.5 from 64 votes
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Course: Dessert, Snack
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 12 minutes
Servings: 20 cookies
Calories: 99kcal
Author: Arman

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Line a large plate or baking tray with parchment paper and set aside.
  • In a large mixing bowl, combine all your ingredients and mix very well. Lightly wet your hands then form small balls with the batter, placing them 1-2 inches apart on the lined baking tray.
  • Using a fork, press down onto each cookie. Refrigerate until firm. 

Notes

* Depending on the texture you are after, you could reduce the amount of sticky sweetener to 1/4 cup. 
3-Ingredient Paleo Vegan No Bake Coconut Cookies can be kept at room temperature (covered) for up to 7 days. They can be refrigerated for up to a month and frozen for up to 2 months. 
Nutrition Facts
3-Ingredient Paleo Vegan No Bake Coconut Cookies
Amount Per Serving (1 cookie)
Calories 99 Calories from Fat 90
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 10g 15%
Total Carbohydrates 2g 1%
Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
Protein 3g 6%
Iron 2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
 

Nutrition

Serving: 1cookie | Calories: 99kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 10g | Fiber: 2g | Iron: 2%

 

3-Ingredient No Bake Coconut Cookies (Keto, Paleo, Vegan, Sugar Free)- Make these super simple no bake cookies in under 5 minutes, to satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way! Low carb and tastes like a coconut candy bar! #lowcarbrecipe #nobakecookies #ketodessert #lowcarb #sugarfree | Recipe on thebigmansworld.com

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35 thoughts on “3 Ingredient Paleo Vegan No Bake Coconut Cookies (Keto, Sugar Free)

      1. I like this recipe a lot. If I could make a suggestion, toasting the coconut flakes before using them in the cookie will add a lot of flavor. Yes, it’s an extra step and maybe 7-10 minutes, but it gives the cookies a deeper, richer taste.

  1. I definitely want to make these, they look great! However, I want to caution you about advertising them as sugar free. Since they have maple syrup in them they are not sugar free. “Sugar” does not just refer to cane sugar, but any carb based sweetener. Thus, maple syrup, cane sugar, honey, corn syrup and agave nectar are all “sugars.” A lot of people avoid cane sugar because they mistakenly think that’s what is meant by eating low sugar. While processed cane sugar is definitely to be avoided, unprocessed whole cane sugar like Sucanat is an acceptable natural sweetener with about the same carbs per volume as honey and maple syrup.

    1. Liz, with all due respect, these are 100% sugar free. As mentioned in the recipe card and within the post, it states that I used monk fruit maple syrup, which has no sugar. Maple syrup/honey are mere suggestions for those who can tolerate those. Enjoy.

  2. Oh my gosh! My Dad LOVES coconut, but can’t have a lot of sugar in his diet for health reasons. Can’t wait to make these for him during the holidays. Thanks for sharing this recipe!!

  3. Wow, $10 for a bottle of syrup! Is there a budget-friendly substitution you can think of? I know you say you can only use 1/4 cup but that bottle isn’t even a full pint.

  4. Do you think pure liquid stevia could be used, or does it need he other sweetener to hold together/ texture? My daughter is only alowed to have pure stevia.

    1. Same thing. They wouldn’t hold together. Might work better if coconut oil wasn’t fully melted. There is no way I could shape these anything close to the picture. They smell delicious and will likely be delicious but they do not hold their shape. Or any shape.

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