Only 5 Ingredients Needed For This Cookie Dough
This raw, no bake cookie dough fridge bar is perfect for when you fancy a sweet treat. It only needs 5 main ingredients and can be easily adapted to fit what you have in the cupboards. You can easily swap out the chocolate bar for chocolate chips, oreos, lotus biscuits because it is a really adaptable recipe.
Ingredients Recipe Break Down
Oat Flour – This is a great gluten free alternative to using plain flour in this recipe. Oat flour is a lot more coarse in texture and gives a richer taste.
Peanut Butter- I find that using a peanut butter that is rich in oil and a smooth texture makes the best option for this recipe. If you can, always avoid peanut butters with palm oil – let’s keep our amazon rainforest.
Vegan Butter- Or margarine. There are so many different brands available now, however any will work for this recipe, whether it’s sunflower based, olive oil based or richer in fat – whatever you have at hand.
Chocolate – You can get creative and double up the chocolate, or even add up to 300g to create a thick topping.
Filling- Feel free to swap out the Rhythm bars for whatever you have in your cupboards/ what you can get at the shops. Oreo cookies work, lotus biscuits, chocolate chips or literally any chocolate bar you like!
Coconut Oil- If you want to make the chocolate topping a little creamy, please add 1 tsp coconut oil to make this really silky smooth.
As always please feel free to tag me in any remakes of this. Find me on Pinterest or Instagram!
Raw Cookie Dough Fridge Bar
- 1/2 cup Peanut butter | 110g A good quality oil rich smooth works best
- 2 cups oat flour |160g
- 1/2 cup butter | 100g
- 1/2 cup golden caster sugar |80g
- 3 bars Rhythm 108 | 100g substitute for chocolate chips or other chocolate bar of choice
- 100 g Good quality chocolate for the topping Optional
- Add the vegan butter and peanut butter to a large mixing bowl along with the sugar and beat together until combined
- Add in the oat flour and mix together (using a silicone spatula is best) until combined
- Chop up the chocolate into bite size chunks (around 1cm thick) then add to the cookie dough and mix until evenly dispersed
- Pack into a lined brownie tray (a small loaf tin will also work) and set aside in the fridge to firm
- If you're adding a chocolate topping, melt the chocolate then pour over the top. It's up to you if you'd like to double up the chocolate layer to make it extra thick
- Allow to cool in the fridge then score and slice!
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