Chocolate Almond Butter Oatmeal Cups: an easy 4 ingredient recipe for no bake oatmeal cups with almond butter & chocolate topping! A quick & easy healthy snack that’s delicious!
Did I tell you we were thinking of moving again? Erik and I’ve been talking about this for a good long while (I know, how long could it have been since we just moved in 2019?!?). But we’ll admit it, we are totally over the cold!!
I know, I know, we’re just in the middle/end of the summer right now and we should’ve been flying sky-high with this weather. But, we weren’t. Dang it! The hot weather comes with its own issues that we didn’t anticipate—ticks, humidity, mosquitos and other such things.
And now that the winter is coming very soon… well, we’re looking into doing something about it—uh, next year, of course. With things the way they’ve been, we’ve decided to not move until next year.
But we’re thinking somewhere hot, somewhere without any sign of winter, and we’re thinking of somewhere with a bit of space.
So… Palm Springs? Phoenix? Santa Fe? Maybe even Nevada. What do you think?
While I wait to hear your thoughts, we’re gonna get into today’s most delightful, most delicious & easy recipe… 4 ingredient chocolate almond butter oatmeal cups!
How to Make Chocolate Almond Butter Oatmeal Cups
You are simply gonna love these! This quick & easy snack is so easy to prepare, even easier to eat, and they keep for weeks! All you have to do is warm up 3 simple ingredients, stir well, scoop into cups, then top with a melted chocolate & almond butter mixture. Chill and enjoy!
If you’re looking for oatmeal cups without chocolate topping, try these >> 3 Ingredient Easy Oatmeal Cups with Almond Butter! (No Bake)
Just 4 Ingredients for Easy Almond Butter Oatmeal Cups
- #1: Natural Almond Butter
- #2: Pure Maple Syrup
- #3: Rolled Oats
- #4: Vegan Chocolate Chips or Refined Sugar Free Chocolate
How to Store Chocolate Almond Butter Oatmeal Cups
- Storing Instructions: Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator or at room temperature for up to 1 month. After the first day, you can store them at room temperature—they’ll be more firm.
- Freezing Instructions: store oatmeal cups in a freezer-friendly container for 1-2 months. Allow to thaw at room temperature for 5-15 minutes before enjoying.
- Wanna make something even easier? Try this 3 Ingredient Peanut Butter No Bake Energy Bites Recipe.
Looking for the peanut butter version? Try these: 3 Ingredient No Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookie Cups (Healthy, Vegan, GF)
Recommended Tools for No Bake Oatmeal Cups
Click on the links below to find out where to buy the exact products I used to make this recipe!
- Vegan Chocolate Chips or Paleo Chocolate Chunks – two of the best chocolate chip options out there for vegan + healthy baking. If you haven’t tried the paleo chocolate chunks, definitely give them a try. They’re refined sugar-free, paleo and oh-so delicious!
- Silicone Large & Mini Cup Pan Set – I used the large cup pan in this super easy to use set. Sometimes, I use the mini pan so I can make smaller portions for quick snacking.
- Don’t forget the… Gluten Free Rolled Oats and Unsalted Natural Creamy Almond Butter!
So where do you think we should move next? I’m all ears! (Yep, I totally just got that visual of people throwing ears—thank the Robin Hood, Men in Tights for that one.) I can’t wait to hear what you think of my recipe. Thank you for stopping by & enjoying these wonderful kitchen adventures with me. ‘Til the next one…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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