For those days when you don’t feel like turning on the oven, but still want to incorporate unrefined organic extra virgin coconut oil into your favorite dishes, here are some no bake recipes you should try! They’re easy to prepare and budget-friendly. They also taste heavenly! And while most of them only require a little cooking in the pan, others can be consumed in just a few steps. C’mon, is there anything as simple as these?
Here are 25 no-bake extra virgin coconut oil recipes we have scraped around the web for you. We suggest you should try it now, else you’ll miss half of your life!
Just because you want to avoid processed sugar doesn’t mean you have to say no to your cravings. With Kessianne’s recipe, you can fulfill your wants without that guilty feeling. Yes, you read it right. It’s no bake and it’s healthy. Your family will love it!
For a creamy coconut and banana-infused delight, try this recipe from Just a Pinch. One mouthful and you’ll end up asking for more! But you need not to worry as this is nutritious, containing coconut oil, coconut flakes, and cream. Plus, it’s easy to cook. Even if you don’t have an oven at home, you still get to taste these sumptuous bites.
Are you planning to go vegan, but can’t resist a bite of cookie? Golden Barrel has the perfect solution for you. And they’re gluten-free! Their coconut oil cookies are by far the perfect chocolate and peanut butter pair. With oats, you also experience that melt-in-your-mouth sensation!
If you are short on time, Coco Treasure’s no-bake coconut bars are the right treats to prepare. Packed with nutritious ingredients, you could be confident in serving this to anybody – family, friends, relatives, and even yourself! How’s this for a good food?
These relishes from Bare Feet in the Kitchen may be as attractive as others in this list, but do not underestimate how rich the flavors are. Because of the combination of honey, coconut, and nuts, this recipe stands out from the usual no-bake treats.
Looking for impressive ways to show how much you love somebody? If so, you might want to create your own version of Radiant Life’s coconut oil drops. It’s far better than saying ‘I Love You’, they say. With this treat, you can let your taste buds experience a delightful taste, at the same time get rid of the junk sweeteners that make chocolate unhealthy!
This recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie is quite dangerous, well maybe not. It’s just that this one is so addictive and hard to resist because of two ingredients – coconut and chocolate. So you might want to keep this away from children’s reach, if you still want to save a little for yourself. Just try it for yourself!
Many granola bars recipe require too much work in the kitchen, but not these Chewy No-Bake Granola Bars. In just a few minutes, you can whip up these delicious treats. And you won't have any guilt-feeling when eating these bars because they are made of oats, nut butter, honey, and coconut oil!
Who’s hungry for some crispy treats? Well, I am. Good thing Tiffany from the Coconut Mama has something special for us. Though her dessert recipe is healthy and sumptuous as is, you can decide to top it with chocolates. That way, it’d look more enticing to kids and to the young at heart.
Searching for true happiness? Maybe these cookie bars from Sweet Anna’s are what you are looking for. When paired with a glass of cold milk, they taste so amazing. And for sure, every bite will give you joy and happiness like no other!
Food Network shares with us a recipe that’ll help you start the day right! Made with coconut, flax seeds, raisins, oats, and peanut butter, these cookies won’t disappoint. So you might want to double the ingredients to make several batches for everyone!
Calling all fans of no bake recipes, Cooking Panda has something for you! And we know you’ll appreciate its simplicity and delectable taste. Words aren’t enough to describe how delicious these bars are. Just try it yourself and allow the flavors to speak to you of its goodness.
Whether it’s for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or Christmas, these no bake coconut snowballs won’t fail you! Within five minutes, you can quickly prepare these sweet treats. The outcome tastes like candy, especially when coated with melted chocolate. There’s no exaggeration here, only pure chocolatey sweetness!
Here’s a cure to your oatmeal obsession brought to you by Collecting Memories. It has a fudge-like texture so it’s chewy. Plus, it has cranberries and almonds making it similar to granola bars. And since it’s healthy, you can eat lots of it without that guilty feeling.
When combined together, chocolates, peanut butter, and coconut don’t taste bad at all. In fact, it could turn out into one tasty delight that kids will enjoy. Although these cookies from Pop Sugar appear like little hills, the flavor is similar to that of chocolate macarons. The best part of this recipe is that you don’t need to turn on the oven to bake them.
Recipes inspired by memories are always the sweetest. That is exactly what Kirsten of Treat Yourself Sweeter wants to prove with her No Bake Chocolate Coconut Slice recipe. Because of its natural saccharinity and goodness, no wonder why many loved this!
The Happy Pear has the perfect Christmas recipe that takes only 35 minutes to cook. By the looks of this pudding, we know this is something we should all look forward to on Christmas day. And because it doesn’t take so much time to prepare, we can wrap it in fancy boxes and give them away to our loved ones.
Are you always on the move? Or maybe you just don’t have enough time to prepare breakfast in the morning? These no bake chocolate almond bars from Oprah are the best indulgence. Not only is this nutritious; it is also easy to cook! Simply follow several steps and voila! You get to enjoy a piece of heaven!
Knowing that it could get really warm at some days, Gluten Free on a Shoe String thought a no bake peanut butter pie could keep things in order. While the use of bananas may seem odd for a peanut butter recipe, the result is so good. It’s simple and delicious.
Are you longing for the taste of coconut and lemon lately? If you are, then you need to try this recipe from Carrots ‘n’ Cake. You’ll love it! And because it is packed with protein and nutrients, it makes a healthy option for those who are in Paleo diet!
Amy from Design Sponge is passionate about creating and sharing delicious recipes online. Recently, she taught us one decadent dessert that uses simple ingredients, such as coconut oil, cacao, cashew nuts, and sweet dates! It’s definitely a joy to eat so you might want to try it now.
If you are hooked to anything with coconut, you must make some of these coconut balls from Sweet as Honey. They are totally “guilt-free” because they don’t contain carbs and fats. It only uses coconut oil, which has saturated fats that are considered healthy. The taste? Creamy and moist with a crisp chocolatey coating.
Here’s a healthier alternative to the ever popular Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! Shared by the Living Well Mom, this recipe is still a treat, hence moderation is a must. Regardless of how you call these sweets, we know they’re mouthwatering!
On days when you wish to devour sweet treats without consuming much sugar, Delicious Meets Healthy’s no bake chocolate bites are best. You can have it as snacks while watching your favorite television show or have it after a complete meal. Either way, it’s filled with good stuff so you have nothing to worry about.
We have come to the end of the list, but still, we made sure this recipe will be as amazing as others we mentioned above. Get Inspired Everyday has another version of no bake cookies that attest the goodness of chocolates and coconut! Try it yourself and you will be fascinated with the richness of the flavors!
With all these no-bake recipes that uses extra virgin coconut oil, is there anything else you could ask for? We promise these treats are as good as they look, so don’t let doubt and hesitations stop you from getting creative in the kitchen! Happy cooking!