Clean Eating Coconut Lime Freezer Cookies (No-Bake)

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Summer celebrations call for special treats. However, the hot summer months aren’t really conducive to turning on the oven and heating up the kitchen. But that’s never stopped me before. No-bake cookies are perfect this time of year, especially if they fit into a clean eating, real-food eating plan!

Clean Eating Coconut Lime Freezer Cookies (No-Bake)

These cookies are cool, refreshing and oh so tropical. And the best part is, you don’t have to bake them! You just simply put them in the freezer for a couple hours. Perfect for a summer celebration! And I guarantee you, there will be no complaints about dessert. Serve these with a small scoop of clean eating ice cream and you’re good to go!

Clean Eating Coconut Lime Freezer Cookies (No-Bake)

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Clean Eating Coconut Lime Freezer Cookies (No-Bake)

Clean Eating Coconut Lime Freezer Cookies

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Servings: 12 cookies

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1 tsp. pure vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup creamy, natural peanut butter (no sugar added)
  • 2 tbsp. psyllium husks (you can sub with wheat germ or oat bran too)
  • 1/2 cup quick-cooking oats
  • 2 tbsp. dried coconut, no sugar added
  • 1 medium lime, juice and zest

Instructions

  • Mix all ingredients together thoroughly in a medium mixing bowl.
  • Spoon dough out onto a parchment lined cookie sheet in 12 equal portions (just slightly smaller than walnut size)
  • Place in freezer for at least 2 hours and serve.
 
Clean Eating Coconut Lime Freezer Cookies (No-Bake)

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26 Comments

  1. These sound amazing and I would love to try them, but I cannot have peanut butter. Are there any substitutions that would work?

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Any nut butter will work. Even sun butter should do it.

  2. The cookies look delicious; however, my grandson is allergic to nut.
    Do you have an alternate “no cook freezer cookie?

    Phyllis

    1. graciouspantry says:

      I don’t. But I’ll work on it.

  3. graciouspantry says:

    Any nut butter will work.

  4. graciouspantry says:

    They should be chewy. If there’s any crunch, just let them sit for a few minutes on the counter. But I can’t imagine there would be any crunch. Enjoy!

  5. Maybe a stupid question, but do you cook the oats first?

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Nope, they’re dry.

  6. BadgerGal says:

    I am the random person who is allergic to honey – what do you think of using stevia or agave as a substitute?

    1. graciouspantry says:

      There is much evidence now that shows agave is very processed like corn syrup. Stevia is fine depending on how you buy it. If it’s the white powder, it’s most likely not clean. The liquid should be okay, but I haven’t done much research on it because I don’t use it myself.

  7. Did u use sweetened or unsweetened coconut?

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  9. graciouspantry says:

    You could try carrots. Zucchini might work, but it adds water.

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  11. I have a gluten sensitivity, and usually avoid oats. Is there anything else I can use? I love coconut and lime, these cookies sound great otherwise!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Alie – Not that I’m aware of, but there are gluten free oats on the market.

  12. I just finished making these. They are delicious! So fresh and tropical tasting. I love adding lime to just about everything. I never would have thought that lime and peanut butter would make such a tasty combo!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Amanda – They are often combined in Thai food. Very yummy together! Glad you enjoyed them. 🙂

  13. Regarding honey allergy – can use pure organic maple syrup. Same sweetness, and the consistency is very similar so doesn’t alter recipes too much.

    Stevia – try NuNaturals liquid stevia (not their NuStevia line). I like the vanilla one (with alcohol – herbal extracts are more effective when done with alcohol).

    To substitute in baking or the like: for each cup of sweetener (sugar, honey, etc) called for substitute 1 tsp liquid stevia and add 1/3 cup bulk (yogurt, egg whites, apple sauce – something that matches the flavors of the recipe).

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Eva – Fantastic! Thank you! 😀

  14. Heather @ My Overflowing Cup says:

    I love the combination of coconut, lime, and healthy!

    Thanks so much for sharing – pinning!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Heather – Thank you! I hope you enjoy them! 🙂

  15. NANCY GARDNER says:

    I was wondering how long these will last for, and do they need to always be kept in the freezer?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Nancy – If you package them well, they should last about 3 months in an air-tight container. The freezer is the best place for them, but you could try a couple cookies in the fridge and see how they hold up.

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