No Bake Snickerdoodle Cookies (V, GF): just 5 ingredients for easy vegan + gluten free snickerdoodle cookies! These chewy, cinnamon-spiced cookies are sweet, grain-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free, no cook.
Are you a fan of snickerdoodle cookies?
When I was a little kid, I referred to snickerdoodle cookies as Leftover Cookies. Or, Those Cookies without Chocolate Chips. I know, all very appealing & mouthwatering associations. Lol.
It’s just, every time someone brought out a batch of snickerdoodle cookies, or suggested baking a batch of snickerdoodle cookies, there’d be extensive talk about how there was leftover sugar cookie dough and everyone thought, why not?
So, I mean, snickerdoodle cookies were more like Why Not Cookies, as opposed to my much-sought-after chocolate chip cookies–which were never an afterthought.
As an adult, I’ve matured and learned that cookies need not have chocolate chips in them to be good (okay, I’m still 50% on this). And, more importantly, cookies need not be the prime baking goal aka can be made from leftover cookie dough to be YUMMY (I’m totally 100% on this).
Especially since I spend 60+ hours a week baking cookies, dreaming up cookies, eating them (totally counts), and getting all the crazy/delicious ideas that I can use on all of that yummy leftover cookie dough. 😉
And since y’all have been asking for me to share a snickerdoodle cookies recipe for ages, I thought it’d be high time to share an easy no bake cookie version of these lovelies.
No Bake Snickerdoodle Cookies (Vegan, Gluten Free)
Are you ready for the easiest, most delicious and totally main-dough-cookie-dough vegan + gluten free no bake snickerdoodle cookies? These vegan no bake cookies are soft & chewy, generously coated with cinnamon sugar, made from healthy ingredients, and bonus: are protein-rich & grain-free.
5 Simple Ingredients for Gluten Free Snickerdoodle Cookies
My no bake vegan snickerdoodle cookies are made with just 5 ingredients:
Ingredient 1: Ground Cinnamon
Ingredient 2: Granulated Monkfruit Sweetener
Ingredient 3: Creamy Cashew Butter
Ingredient 4: Coconut Flour
Ingredient 5: Pure Maple Syrup
How to Store Snickerdoodle Vegan No Bake Cookies
Storing these no bake vegan snickerdoodle cookies is super easy! Store cookies in an airtight container at room temp or in the fridge for 1-2 weeks. You can also freeze them in a freezer-friendly container for 1-2 months.
Best Tools for Vegan No Bake Snickerdoodle Cookies (GF)
Here are my favorite tools for making these no bake gluten free snickerdoodle cookies:
- Classic Granulated Monkfruit Sweetener – A sugar-free alternative to cane sugar. Tastes so good and is guilt-free. Made from plants! I like using this flavor of low-carb sweetener, but I sometimes like to switch things up and use the golden sweetener. 🙂
- Coconut Flour – a delightfully unique, grain-free alternative to flour. Just one ingredient: coconuts and it absorbs wet ingredients in a recipe like magic!
- Medium Cookie Scoop – my favorite cookie scoop of all time. I’ve purchased and thoroughly used cookie scoops more than I’d like to count–and I’ve seen so many of them fail. This the winner!
- Cashew Butter – I seriously love using cashew butter to create that special cookie flavor. There’s just something about it that kind of tastes like cookie dough when combined with a sweetener and vanilla.
- Almond Butter – For those of you who aren’t fans of cashews, swap the cashew butter out for almond butter!
No Bake Snickerdoodles: here we come!! I can’t wait to hear what you think! Comment below & let me know. 🙂 I’m so grateful to be here with you, sharing in these satisfying kitchen moments. ‘Til the next kitchen adventure…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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Easy No Bake Cookies: Vegan & Gluten Free
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