White Chocolate Raspberry No Bake Cookies (Keto, Vegan, Paleo)

A quick and easy recipe for soft and chewy no bake cookies loaded with white chocolate and raspberries! Ready in 5 minutes and less than 5 ingredients, these healthy keto no bake cookies are packed with protein! 

Easy keto no bake white chocolate cookies with raspberries recipe

No Bake White Chocolate Raspberry Cookies

When it comes to easy desserts and snacks, I love no bake cookie recipes. They take minutes to whip up, use minimal ingredients and can be made secretly healthy.

Some of my favorites include coconut no bake cookies, chocolate no bake cookies and peanut butter no bake cookies.

I’ve always LOVED the white chocolate and raspberry combination and knew it had to be my next no bake cookie flavor.

No Bake White Chocolate Raspberry Cookie Ingredients

You only need FIVE ingredients to make these soft and chewy no bake white chocolate cookies with raspberries!

Coconut Flour

Coconut flour helps holds the cookies together, along with providing a soft and chewy texture. I don’t recommend substituting it, but you can technically replace it with blanched almond flour. However, you will need to double the amount, at minimum. 

Cashew Butter

Smooth cashew butter provides a mild and rich flavor, without being overpowering. Be sure to use the smooth variety, otherwise, you’ll find the cookies hard to form well together.

You can substitute the cashew butter for almond butter or peanut butter, the latter no longer being paleo-friendly. 

Keto Maple Syrup

Using keto maple syrup ensures the recipe is low carb and sugar free, along with added sweetness. It also helps hold the cookies together.

If you don’t follow a ketogenic diet, you can replace this with pure maple syrup or agave nectar

Sugar Free White Chocolate 

There are several options of using a sugar free white chocolate for these no bake cookies. I used this keto and sugar free white chocolate bar, simply broken up in pieces.

If you follow a vegan diet, use vegan white chocolate chips. Paleo friends, drop spoonfuls of coconut butter throughout the batter. It will harden up and have a ‘white chocolate’ texture. 

Dried Raspberries

Using a handful of dried raspberries is FINE for a ketogenic and low carb diet. The trace carbs overall are minimal.

You can use either dried raspberries or freeze dried raspberries

Soft and chewy keto no bake white chocolate raspberry cookies recipe

How to make No Bake White Chocolate Raspberry Cookies

Step 1- Line a large plate with parchment paper. 

Step 2- In a large mixing bowl, add your coconut flour and set aside. In a microwave-safe bowl or stovetop, combine your cashew butter with keto maple syrup and heat until melted. Whisk together, until combined.

Step 3- Add your syrup/cashew butter mixture into the coconut flour and mix very well, until a thick batter remains. Fold through your chopped white chocolate pieces and dried raspberries. If the batter is too thick/crumbly, add some milk of choice to thin out. 

Step 4- Lightly wet your hands and form 12-24 small balls of dough. Place the balls on the lined plate and press each one into a cookie shape. Using a fork, cross both sides. 

Step 5- Refrigerate cookies until firm. 

Storing white chocolate raspberry no bake cookies

Store leftover white chocolate raspberry no bake cookies in the fridge, as they will keep longer. Place them on a plate and cover, or in a sealed container.

Enjoy the cookies from the fridge for a soft, chewy and fudgy texture. 

Refrigerated cookies will keep fresh for up to 2 weeks. 

No Bake Cookies with white chocolate and raspberry pieces- Keto, low carb and vegan

Can you freeze no bake white chocolate raspberry cookies? 

These no bake cookies are freezer friendly and perfect to freeze to enjoy later. Wrap the leftover cookies in parchment paper, and place in a ziplock bag.

Frozen cookies will keep for 6 months. 

To enjoy no bake cookies from frozen, allow thawing at room temperature. 

How to make no bake cookies 100% Nut-Free

Easily make these no bake cookies nut-free. Simply swap out the cashew butter for either sunflower seed butter or tahini.

More healthy no bake dessert recipes

Healthy No Bake White Chocolate Raspberry Protein Cookies Recipe

 

Want to see a step-by-step video of how these are made? Check out just how easy they are below!

Healthy No Bake White Chocolate and Raspberry Cookies Recipe

No Bake White Chocolate and Raspberry Cookies

A quick and easy recipe for soft and chewy no bake cookies loaded with white chocolate and raspberries! Ready in 5 minutes and less than 5 ingredients, these healthy keto no bake cookies are packed with protein! 
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: no bake cookies
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 12 Cookies
Calories: 159kcal
Author: Arman

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Line a large baking tray or plate with baking paper and set aside.
  • In a large mixing bowl, add your coconut flour and set aside.
  • In a microwave-safe bowl or stovetop, combine your cashew butter with maple syrup and heat until melted and mix to incorporate.
  • Add the liquid mixture to the dry mixture and stir until fully combined. Fold through your chocolate pieces and dried raspberries and mix well. If the batter is a little too crumbly, add some milk of choice until a thick batter remains.
  • Using your hands, form 12 balls and press down to a cookie shape on the baking tray. Using a fork, press down on it twice and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes, until firm.

Notes

* You will only need to use the milk if the batter is too thick. 
No Bake White Chocolate and Raspberry Cookies should be stored in the fridge, they will keep for 1 week. 
No Bake White Chocolate and Raspberry Cookies can be stored in the freezer and will keep fresh for up to 6 months. 

Nutrition

Serving: 1Cookie | Calories: 159kcal | Carbohydrates: 14g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 11g | Fiber: 9g | Vitamin A: 4% | Vitamin C: 4% | Calcium: 4% | Iron: 4%
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145 thoughts on “White Chocolate Raspberry No Bake Cookies (Keto, Vegan, Paleo)

  1. WOOHOO I take it your friends were a fan ;)! These look amazing….and the ingredient list is so much more appealing than Quest bars!! Lately I’ve been snacking on PB & crackers- so unoriginal I know. As for favourite fruit pairing with chocolate, I am going to have to go with chocolate & bananas…even better with some nuts thrown in the mix!

    1. Haha, ACTUALLY….well, I had to make a couple of changes but overall- I think so!

      I legit have been eating packaged peanut butter crackers today (I bought a 30 pack of 6 from America and they expire in 2 weeks).

  2. AHHHH white chocolate raspberry is like the flavor combo of zeus! i feel like i can already taste a softened quest bar in my mouth right now.. AND i just opened a jar of razzle dazzle PB Crave which is literally BEGGING me to put to use in this recipe!! It’s currently like 730 AM here, at work, and now i just want to start eating cookies. maybe i should have saved this email for the 3 oclock slump! wait no… then that would just be a death sentence. i think this is another recipe i need to get on PRONTO

  3. Hahaha! I’m totally calling my sister a dumb chicken at some point today. I just need to wait for the prime opportunity. Also, you could go right back at your sister and say, “Wait, you ate two cookies even though you thought they needed to be baked? Who’s the stupid alligator now?” P.S. You have once again proven that you are king of no-bake awesomeness!

  4. YAAAS no bake and yes to siblings eating your creations (always). …even if she wasn’t technically supposed to. Omg I call my brother so many names… normally I just remind him now dumb he is “you’re not the brightest, are you?” I have no idea why he still likes me.

  5. My favourite fruit pairing with chocolate is, without a doubt, strawberries or raspberries. Give me any berry slathered in chocolate and you have the way to my heart! (And belly.) These protein cookies sound fabulous!

  6. Yes, I doooo tend to eat raw cookie dough. Or brownie batter. Or blueberry muffin batter……I.just.loveit. And anything no bake is basically asking to be eaten straight from the bowl, so these would be spoonfuls instead of cookies in my house!

  7. White chocolate + cranberry is such a classic combo.
    I love your comment about who forgets to bake cookies because…. me and my friend totally forgot this year when we were doing christmas cookie extravaganza. Like we made the dough and left it in the fridge. Embarrassing.

  8. I am so thankful for all your amazing snack recipes at the moment. Being so busy with school and work means I am snack happy all the time and I need bad boys like these on the regs! I can’t wait to see how you go with being vegan for a month! Also white chocolate and raspberry – hello!

  9. Raspberry with chocolate is pretty good, but PEANUT BUTTER with chocolate is even better!! Oh wait, you asked about fruit. Close enough.

    I call my brother penguin, but that’s his favorite animal, so I guess it’s not so much an insult as it is a compliment. He gave me a framed painting of a puffin (which he thought was a penguin) for Christmas. He got it from a tag sale.

    1. Hm…. Tracy, I haven’t tried it in this recipe but previously I’ve tried something similar with a mashed banana/applesauce- You probably won’t need the added milk but it should still work- ensure you refrigerate it well though 🙂

      1. I used “sneaky chef no nut butter” because I was sending them with my little one to school as a “treat” and they aren’t allowed to bring any nuts. Anyway they came out just as tasty!!! In fact I made 3 more batches!

  10. Oh I live the badinage back n forth of the blog based on your interaction with the sis even more than the cookies. But the cookies are ace. I’ve been burning out on my go-to ‘ s as well. I’m celiac and dairy intolerant, which makes for fun exploration s in the kitchen.
    Glad I found your blog. Great inspiration.

    CJ
    http:// tumblingglutenfree.blogspot.com

  11. Those look incredible 🙂 I would sub dark chocolate — but the base looks like an amazing combination. Something I’ve never tried. Will have to give it a go! Been needing high protein snacks for work — too much fruit lately because it’s just easy.

  12. So you are the FIRST INDIAN MALE’s blog that I have come across and may I just say wow. You can cook and BAKE. these cookies look fantastic, I’m about to bake some banana cookies this weekend, these are looking good too. Favorite fruit pairing with chocolate – banana and raspberries. 🙂 I’m Nisha!

  13. Is there anything you could recommend to substitute for the oat flour? I’m one of the unlucky few that still can’t eat oats, even if they’re gluten free 🙁 But I’d love to try these as they look so yummy!

    1. Me too – no oats for me 🙁
      Any suggestions for an oat flour substitute Arman? I’m about to attempt using a combo of brown rice and coconut flour as I can’t NOT make them any longer! I’ll let you know how I go but if you’ve tried with any other flours please share 🙂

      1. Hi Amy! 🙂 Oat flour- You can actually sub for rolled oats or oat bran or quick oats- They just will be slightly more dense/coarse! You can usr a combo of the two- Although you’ll need to add a tad more liquid 🙂

  14. I must have known these were cookie dough ish when I clicked on the picture, cookie dough is one of my fave things ever!! I really like that there are modifications with some of the ingredients so I can still make these with what I am more likely to find in my pantry. I don’t know what it is like in oz because I am still pretty new here but finding health food type ingredients in NZ is a nightmare!

  15. These look so delicious, Arman! Thank you for that link to the white chocolate recipe. I miss white chocolate but can’t eat it. Not because I am vegan but because I can’t eat dairy. The recipe calls for coconut sugar, and what I have is very brown. It seems like it would not result in white chocolate but more like tan chocolate. I know it doesn’t have to be really white, but I was just curious as to how much it affects the color. It looks pretty normal in the recipe photo. Thoughts?

    1. Hey Linda! No worries at all- I’ve tried several homemade versions of it and many turned out to be duds- This was the most successful one!

      For sure- From what I’ve found with coconut sugar, is that some brand themselves as coconut palm sugar and some straight up coconut sugar. The former (well the brands that we have here) is light and is the one I used for that- However, I’ve tried several different brands of coconut sugar which some very very dark and did affect the colour (like in one of my caramel recipes, it came out really really dark- almost burnt).

      I’m actually going to try making them with this recipe next – http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2012/11/06/how-to-make-your-own-white-chocolate-chips/ – Mainly because coconut sugar is getting too expensive haha!

  16. WOWOWOW! LOVE everything about this recipe…from the raspberry and white chocolate to being no bake full of protein. You’re such a smartie. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe with us at Weekend Potluck. Keep ’em coming Guy!

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  18. Do you know what the nutritional value is? These look super amazing and I will be getting ingredients this weekend!

  19. These look absolutely amazing and I cannot wait to try them out! As for pet names for my sisters, we all have them. Heffer (Heather), NaeNae (Renae), and Shmel (Melanie – me). Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  20. O.M.G These look like conventional baked cookies. I can’t believe these are no bake. Just super awesome especially given the fact that is super hot outside and turning the oven on is not an option -)

  21. I don’t understand how you can put oat flour in if they are for people who are gluten intolerant. Oats, wheat and rye are all no nos for them. Do you have often flour that somehow the gluten has been removed? I’ve. Never heard of it here in Australia.

    1. Allie! I’d never wash your mouth out- Unless it was with desserts! 🙂

      To be honest, I wouldn’t use regular flour unless you do ensure the nut butter/liquid mixture is warm when you mix it in with it- Can you use a brown rice or other flour?

  22. And I just found my Christmas gift cookie! Thanks for sharing!
    I have to try them out first, but they look perfect^^
    also, yay for the insta account!

  23. These. Are. Amazing. I have an insatiable sweet tooth, and just one of these is so satisfying, really! If I’m REALLY struggling (*cough PMS, right ladies? cough*), I eat multiple without feeling guilty! If I’m feeling lazy, I don’t grind the oat and just use whole. Still works! They’re rich, so I actually CAN’T end up eating more than three at a time. Trust me, that’s a big feat for a sugar addict!

    I’ve also made a version or two of the breakfast cookie dough. Too good. Your recipes help me stay on track with no dairy/no gluten/no refined sugar, which is a giant paint sometimes! Keep it up!!!

  24. I just found these on pinterest. These are going to be great while we are full time rving. At times we will be dry camping so no bake means I can still have these & save on our propane. Thanks a bunch for all these, they sound great.

  25. These look amazing…however… I eat low carb and try to be as sugar free as possible. You also don’t provide nutritional information which I gotta have.
    I do appreciate your recipes and site. Nice work.

  26. Is it possible for you to put the gram amount when you ask for a scoop of protein powder? I have three different kinds of powder and all three have different sized scoops. Pleeeeeeeeeease? lol

  27. There’s awfully A LOT of flour and peanut butter in here, these will be very high carb and fat…. Depends on how many it can produce, so how many cookies are we talking about here?!

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