No Bake Cookies

  • Servings : 5
  • Prep Time : 45m
  • Cook Time : 0m
  • Ready In : 45m


  • 1 cup shreaded unsweetened coconut
  • 1 1/2 cups Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
  • 1/3 cup olive oil
  • 1/3 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup almond butter
  • 1 T cinnamon
  • 1 cup chopped pecans (or nut of choice)


Step 1

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper

Step 2

Food process the pecans and set aside In a cooking pan on medium heat melt chocolate, olive oil, honey and almond butter

Step 3

Once it has a smooth consistency remove from heat and add cinnamon, pecans, and coconut (make sure all ingredients are covered in chocolate)

Step 4

Drop spoonfuls onto parchment paper and refrigerate until they harden (about 30 minutes)

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Comments (20)

  1. posted by Sabrina on September 21, 2011

    I made these today and was THRILLED! I think I will replace half the amount of olive oil with coconut oil so that they firm up some more when cooled. But they tasted great! (I used almonds for the nuts).

  2. posted by Nieves on September 28, 2011

    I was just going to ask if I could coconut oil, in place of the olive oil. I am going to try these tonight.

  3. posted by Stacey Nicole on November 2, 2011

    I’m actually planning to start paleo soon, and i’m curious… if you can’t have sugar and carbs, how is this paleo… doesn’t honey have both… and chocolate? Just wondering… it looks great, but I guess I don’t know how this diet works yet.

  4. posted by Liz on December 21, 2011

    @Stacey Nicole: Paleo is more about eating like our ancestors than simply “no sugar, no carbs.” Honey is something that would have been available and obtainable during the Paleolithic era, so it is fine to eat *in moderation*. That’s the key. It’s not like cavemen could run to the store to pick up a gallon of honey.

  5. posted by Krista on December 22, 2011

    Question, can you leave out the honey or use stevia instead?

  6. posted by Mike on December 31, 2011

    Does Raw honey have the sugars and crap in it? I eat that alot more then processed

  7. posted by Kristin Jekielek on December 31, 2011

    Mike – raw honey still has sugar in it. Read more here:

  8. posted by Stephanie on January 26, 2012

    I cut squares of wax paper and pushed them down into mini muffin tins; dolloped the mix into each and chilled. They look like reese’s peanut butter cups.

  9. posted by tanya beck on February 6, 2012

    Just made these. They are awesome!!!!!!!!!! I split the volume of olive oil and used 1/6 cup olive and 1/6 cup coconut oil. They are so delicious. Love that they are paleo.

  10. posted by Tracy on March 2, 2012

    They were really good but I think I may leave out the oil next time.

  11. posted by raclbaby2000 on May 19, 2012

    Wow! Absolutely amazing but I find myself eating it all!

  12. posted by amberelise on July 17, 2012

    These are AMAZING!! I did the same as others and went with half coconut oil half olive, and used walnuts in mine. I also took the advice of a previous comment and put them in a little muffin pan before freezing. I had already got the muffin liners so they literally came out like mini reeses like treats. Thanks for the recipe and all the helpful comments.

  13. posted by CG on September 12, 2012

    Made this recipe tonight but substitued the olive oil with coconut. It turned out great! Such an awesome treat!

  14. posted by Leah on January 20, 2013

    These are amazing!! I’m wondering how I should store these cookies after they harden in the fridge? Should I store them in the fridge or are they ok in an air tight container in the pantry?

  15. posted by Dena on July 13, 2013

    How well do you these travel? Do you think they would make a 2.5 hour trip? They look amazing and all the feedback is so positive! Can’t wait to try them.

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