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These easy no bake biscuits are a great sweet snack to curb your sugar cravings without a whole lot of refined sugar. They are also great for the kids lunchboxes as they’ll still think they’re getting sugar filled biscuits, they’re that good. Make some today.

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups of oats
  • 3/4 cups honey
  • 2/3 natural peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup coconut oil
  • 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 1/2 tsp vanilla essence
  • 1/2 tsp salt

What is your favourite low sugar treat?

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  • So easy and the younger ones can help make them too.

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  • These look great -m will definitely give them a go!

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  • These sound really good, I’ll have to give them a try!

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  • YUM these look so tasty, my kids would love them. Being healthy is even better!

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  • Love these Will be making these for sure!

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  • Fantastic ingredients. I must try these soon.

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  • A healthy way to get my chocolate fix

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  • These are rather different, thank you.

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  • By the expression on the boy’s face I suspect if they get too cold they may go hard and difficult to bite.
    Weetbix slice is cooked but we always leave the top a bit soft otherwise it is very hard to bite and chew.

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  • Ooh wow, so easy. The only ingredient I need to buy is coconut oil. Everything else is in the pantry, ready and waiting!

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  • these sound great, but alas, my son is allergic to nuts


    • You could use a seed butter, rather than nuts, which is helpful if it’s for school anyway. Sunflower seed butter would be my first suggestion otherwise coconut butter (melted before stirring on).

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  • I make my oat-cookies with mashed banana instead of honey and do bake them shortly, so they don’t melt in the heat.

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  • Sounds good – how bad do they melt/run in the Aussie heat?

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  • No bake biscuits are great. Thanks for sharing. Looks like a good recipe.

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  • Love the idea and a good way to use the peanut butter nobodies like. Can also get the preschoolers involved too.

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