Healthy No Bake Giant Cookie For One

A delicious, single serving cookie recipe which requires no baking and takes less than five minutes to prep! These healthy no bake giant cookies for one are firm, chewy and perfect for a healthy, wholesome breakfast or snack anytime- Packed full of protein and refined sugar free, these cookies are also gluten free and vegan too! 

Healthy No Bake Giant Cookie for ONE recipe- Delicious, chewy and portable, these quick and easy cookies have NO butter, oil or flour and are packed full of protein! {vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free}

I don’t to brag here, (okay, FINE. If you say so…) but I have some incredibly smart friends. Several are now doctors; several work in one of the ‘big 4’ accounting firms and one is co-running the number one bar in Melbourne.

We all know who the winner is- My friend Lee who runs the bar. He served me cocktails, but our code word would be ‘a pint of Guinness’.

#maintainingmanlinesswheninpublic 

Healthy No Bake Giant Cookie for ONE recipe- Delicious, chewy and portable, these quick and easy cookies have NO butter, oil or flour and are packed full of protein! {vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free}

Saying that, one of the aforementioned friends have done some questionable things in the past. One particular instance was when one of them took a leaf out of Kim Kardashians’ book several years ago and went on some cookie diet to lose some weight. 

Sounds good right? You get to replace meals with cookies and then end up losing weight and gaining a booty, two divorces and Kanye West. Well, before you get all excited and throw a party in excitement, let’s discuss said cookies and the diet itself. My friend showed me one at work one day (we both worked at a supermarket stacking shelves aka playing on our phones until a manager walked by) and to say the were miniature would be an understatement. 

These ‘cookies’ which were supposed to replace meals were well….pretty much a joke. Not only were they as satisfying as air, they were TINY! You could only have one cookie as a meal and the ingredient list was longer than the list of products the entire Kardashian clan have shilled (including the cookies). Safe to say, after my friend finished the entire BOX as a meal (they pretended it was an accident, but with we’re not fools here!), they opted to try another diet.

The ‘Subway’ diet….don’t ask.

Healthy No Bake Giant Cookie for ONE recipe- Delicious, chewy and portable, these quick and easy cookies have NO butter, oil or flour and are packed full of protein! {vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free}

When it comes to cookies, I’m not the best role model- I could easily polish off ten homemade chocolate chip cookies or let’s be real here- The generic gas station 99 cent ones. While there a tonne of single serve cookies out on the interwebs, they aren’t something I would feel 100% stoked to enjoy every day. While delicious, they do pack a punch in the sugar, butter and oil department. I eat all three on a daily basis in various meals and snacks but…..I needed something better. 

It needed to be healthy and filling. 

It needed to be quick and easy and no fuss. 

It needed to be something portable, freezer friendly and could be prepped in batches. 

It needed to be single serving and bonus points of it could pass off as breakfast.

Oh yeah.

It needed to be GIANT. No crappy mini cookies here. 

Done.

I present- A healthy No Bake GIANT cookie for one. 

(I’d say it’s the size of my head, but my head is egg shaped and that would just be silly) 

Healthy No Bake Giant Cookie for ONE recipe- Delicious, chewy and portable, these quick and easy cookies have NO butter, oil or flour and are packed full of protein! {vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free}

This healthy No bake giant cookie for one recipe fits all the above and is quick, easy and beyond delicious. It literally takes only five minutes to whip up and is the perfect excuse to enjoy cookies for breakfast. As mentioned earlier, it needed to be huge, and that was catered for- As evidenced by the pictures, these easily fit into the palm of my hand! These are also portable, freezer friendly and can be prepped in batches in advance! The best part is they remain stable and room temperature and are still firm and chewy! Naturally gluten-free and vegan, they are also refined sugar free!

Protein loving friends- This has been tested using protein powder and it works PERFECTLY. I personally add a single scoop per cookie when I batch make them and bring one with me to the coffee shop for those early morning work sessions!

Healthy No Bake Giant Cookie for ONE recipe- Delicious, chewy and portable, these quick and easy cookies have NO butter, oil or flour and are packed full of protein! {vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free}

Make this healthy no bake giant cookie for one and have no shame in being greedy. Also, don’t judge my friend for going on the cookie diet.

He kinda hoped his surname would magically change to Kardashian. 

Healthy No Bake Giant Cookie for ONE recipe- Delicious, chewy and portable, these quick and easy cookies have NO butter, oil or flour and are packed full of protein! {vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free}- thebigmansworld.com

Healthy No Bake Giant Cookie for one
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A delicious, single serving cookie recipe which requires no baking and takes less than five minutes to prep! These healthy no bake giant cookies for one are firm, chewy and perfect for a healthy, wholesome breakfast or snack anytime- Packed full of protein and refined sugar free, these cookies are also gluten free and vegan too!
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Ingredients
  1. 1/2 cup rolled oats (I used certified gluten free rolled oats)
  2. 1 T coconut flour (can sub for an extra T rolled oats)
  3. pinch sea salt
  4. Pinch cinnamon
  5. 1 scoop vanilla protein powder of choice (optional)*
  6. 2 T nut butter of choice (can sub for sunflower seed butter or soy nut butter)
  7. 1 T brown rice syrup (can sub for honey, agave or maple syrup)
  8. 1/4 cup + dairy free milk of choice**
  9. Dairy free chocolate chips, to top (optional)
Instructions
  1. Line a plate with baking paper and set aside.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, combine the oats, coconut flour, sea salt, cinnamon and protein powder of choice and mix well.
  3. Stir through the nut butter and sticky sweetener until a crumbly mixture is formed. Using a tablespoon at a time, add dairy free milk until a VERY thick batter is formed. Using your hands, form into a cookie shape and enjoy immediately or for best results, refrigerate for an hour to firm up.
Notes
  1. * I used a casein blend and a brown rice vegan blend. I do not recommend whey. You can omit the protein powder, but your cookie will be smaller
  2. ** Depending on the brand of protein powder and coconut flour, your results will vary- You may need less/more so add it in tablespoon at a time.
  3. These can be made in advance and frozen. They do not need to be refrigerated but are best kept refrigerated before packing for lunch boxes, snacks on the go etc.
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64 thoughts on “Healthy No Bake Giant Cookie For One

  1. I did the ice cream diet once. Truth is, a true 1/2 cup serving doesn’t add that many calories to your diet. Truth is, a true 1/2 cup serving isn’t that much!

  2. The Subway diet – I think I’ve heard of that before. The cookie diet? Not so much. But how about inventing the ‘Subway Cookie Diet’ ????! Big cookies, nice flavours – I’m pretty sure people would be on board with that 😉 .

  3. Considering that I often go on the Cookie Monster Diet, this version sounds quite similar. Hmmm…Cookie Monster Diet similar to the Kim Kardashian diet. Cookie Monster. Kim Kardashian. I wonder if they’re the same person?? I think we’re onto something here, mate…let’s keep investigating. While we eat these giant cookies of course!

  4. Hi sweets, or should I say, yummy sweets. I need your opinion on something,when making coconut bread or english muffin etc, does a microwave give better results than a regular oven? I don’t own a microwave, and I’m not eating gluten products, just coconut, almond flours. I’ve been noticing when people bake these breads in the microwave they always look very moist. I made a small coconut bread from a recipe made for the microwave, her’s came out spongy and moist looking, while mine browned up nicely on the edges but felt and tasted dry. I know coconut flour can be very dry. I’m seeing how fast people whip up little breads for breakfast, and I like that too. I would only purchase one if it cooked the paleo breads better, other than that I wouldn’t have much use for it, I know the way they cook is different, one is dry heat while the other is moist heat, something to the nature. Which oven do you favor? I’d really love knowing your answer. Thank You!

    1. Hi Carol! Thanks so much for this comment! Coconut flour can indeed come out very dry which is why I often recommend in the microwave muffins or savory recipes, to use a whole egg and up the liquid/milk- It lends itself nicely to the recipe. I personally love to microwave make them then toast them in the oven- The perfect vehicle to spread stuff on 🙂

  5. I love everything about this & can’t wait to try it! My daughter has tons of food sensitivities but she can actually have everything in this!?? but I was wondering if quick oats can be used instead of rolled oats? Thanks so much for sharing!!?

  6. OMG this was amazing!!! I had this as a protein breakfast cookie and sub’d the nut butter for PB2 to save a little bit on the fat and I used Raw Fusion Banana Nut Protein (Vegan) and this was unbelievable!!! I didn’t skip on the vegan chocolate chips. I love chocolate. I Will be making his again and again.

  7. Never tried the cookie diet! I would totally break the rules–this oat cookie for breakfast, an eggplant “cookie” with an eggplant slice and curry/tomato sauce for lunch, and a circular piece of tofu for dinner!
    Simple solution to make this the size of your head? Make an egg-shaped cookie! Ha ha!

  8. Well mine certainly didn’t end up looking as pretty as yours, but it definitely tasted better than I thought. I used Vega protein and greens for the protein powder and added some shredded coconut with the non dairy chocolate chips. This cookie is huge! I’m half way through it and already full. Thanks for all the awesome recipes! Xoxo

  9. Ok, I just recently discovered your blog when I made your banana bread bites. Now your recipes keep popping up in my Pinterest feed, and I am SO glad! I love all the yummy stuff made with nutritious ingredients that seem to all be my faves and staples. I am way excited to make this cookie.

  10. Hi – just found you (and yummm – these look great!). Why don’t you recommend whey protein for these?
    Thanks –
    Emma

  11. I’m definitely trying this one! I love & appreciate the fact you’ve considered various optional ingredients. Such a BIG help when one has dietary/allergy concerns. Thanks!

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