No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cups (GF): an easy, 4 ingredient recipe for chocolate PB oatmeal cups! A delicious on-the-go snack that’s packed with healthy ingredients & protein-rich YUM.
Happy Valentine’s Day!!! Is it too late to say that? Or should I stick to Happy Valentine’s Day Weekend!! There, that’s better. 🙂 I never seem to know when precisely folks are celebrating holidays when it comes to holidays that occur during the week. Like, last Halloween, I was all like, everyone’s gonna celebrate the Saturday after it…but of course, it all happened the weekend before.
Sigh. J/k! Not to worry, I’m out of the loop on some things, but not when it comes to dessert, m’kay? So whether you’re celebrating this lovely holiday today, or you already did so eons ago (um… last weekend), I’ve got you covered.
Last minute V-day ideas? Check! Here ya go: Best Vegan Brownies or Ultimate Fudgy Paleo Vegan Brownies, if you’re so inclined. My delicious, super easy 2 Ingredient Easy Keto Fudge Recipe. Or, perhaps the reader-fave, Gluten Free Vegan Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies? And yes, these totally also work if you’re just, ya know, regular baking this weekend instead of doing the holiday thang.
As for today, I thought I’d share an in-between recipe—it’s got chocolate, it’s got sweet tooth satisfaction, but it’s also got easy, no bake treat, on-the-go snack vibes. Check it out…
No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cups
These no bake chocolate peanut butter oatmeal cups are so easy to make and even more fun to eat. (Like, come on, there are totally foods that are not fun to eat, you know the ones.) They are my tastes-like-peanut-butter-cups oatmeal peanut butter cups. Best of all? They take just 4 ingredients to make! And for those of you looking for a 3 ingredient recipe to make, check out my 3 Ingredient No Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies. 🙂
Just 4 Ingredients for Delicious Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cups!
- Ingredient 1: Natural, creamy peanut butter
- Ingredient 2: Pure maple syrup
- Ingredient 3: Gluten free rolled oats
- Ingredient 4: Vegan chocolate chips or refined sugar-free chocolate
How to Make No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cups
Learning how to make these no bake chocolate PB cups is super easy! Just add peanut butter & maple syrup to a microwave-safe bowl. Heat together & stir until fluffy. Mix in oats. Scoop and drop dough into the cups of your mini cup pan. Spoon melted chocolate peanut butter mixture over cups and chill until firm. Enjoy!
Best Tools for Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cups
- Large & Mini Cup Pan Set: such a fun set! I love that it includes both a regular cup pan and a mini cup pan. Guess which one I used for this recipe & photos? Yep, the mini one! I loved how easily the cups popped right out of the pan. Bonus: they were super easy to clean. 🙂
- Compostable Snack Bags: I’ve been on a loooooong search for snack bags that are compostable. The search is over! I’ve used these to store snacks in the freezer, bring large quantities of nuts & bars on my travels and for everyday use. Love these!
- Where to Buy Ingredients: Vegan chocolate chips or Refined sugar-free chocolate | Unsalted Natural Creamy Peanut Butter | Gluten Free Rolled Oats | Pure Maple Syrup
- Recommended Tools: Large & Mini Cup Pan Set | Glass Mixing Bowls | my Favorite Prep Bowls | Compostable Snack Bags
Have a wonderful weekend ahead, whatever you’re celebrating. 🙂 You know, I’m so thankful that you’re here, sharing in these kitchen moments with me. ‘Til the next one…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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