Allergy-Friendly Oatmeal Tahini Cookies

Rorie Weisberg Recipe By
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  • Cooking and Prep: 20 m
  • Serves: 6
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Gluten free, nut free, egg free (vegan), and refined sugar free oatmeal tahini cookies with chocolate chips or raisins. A healthy back-to-school snack for kids (and moms). 

 

These cookies are a mini macro snack. Oats are a great source of complex carbohydrates combined with the fiber, fats and protein in the tahini and flax seeds offer you the macros you need to feel satisfied for hours.

 

Watch Rorie make these cookies on Living Full 'n Free!

Ingredients (8)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Cookies

  1. In a medium size bowl, combine wet ingredients. Add all dry ingredients besides the raisins or chocolate chips. Mix with a fork or spoon.

  2. Add in the mix-in of your choice. Cover the bowl and refrigerate the batter for 20-30 minutes.

  3. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

  4. Spoon out tablespoon-size balls and place on a metal cookie sheet lined with Gefen Easy Baking Parchment Paper.

  5. Bake for 12-14 minutes or until cookies look set. Then turn the oven off and slightly open the door of the oven. Leave cookies in the oven with the door open for half an hour. Then remove from the oven and cool at room temp before eating. Leave cookies out uncovered at room temperature.

  6. Alternatively, freeze cookies in a freezer safe container or bags. Defrost on the counter.

Note:

We recommend the Mighty Sesame Tahini. It's organic, and the squeeze bottle keeps all that mess off your countertops. You can buy it here.

Tip:

If packing these to eat at school or work, it’s best to use a brown bag to retain crispy texture. You can pack in a ziplock bag, but the texture will become softer.

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  • Rivka

    Wow, really great cookie! I made for myself and my kids all ate them too! (They didn’t know the secret ingredient:) ). I loved that my kids were full after eating them! A real winner :) Update: I keep making these and they keep getting finished! I’m planning on trying them Pressed down in a pan like bloodies... it’s shorter to prep... don’t have to keep rolling cookies...
    Posted by RivkaB |October 9, 2020
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  • shoshana deutsch

    substitute maple syrup

    can i substitute the maple syrup with silan? will it come out the same??
    Posted by sdeutsch |August 31, 2020
    0
  • Rena Goldzweig

    Oatmeal Tahini Cookies

    Is there a substitute for golden ground flax meal?
    Posted by Goldleaf |August 23, 2020
    0
  • Shmuel Weiss

    Posted by gefilta |August 19, 2020
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  • Rivka F

    Out of this world!

    These cookies are not the norm! They don’t have the slightest bit of a “healthyish” taste. Texture and taste are just like the or even better than any sugar and flour loaded cookie. Wonder how many calories and fat a cookie would have? Can anyone tell me
    Posted by Fay Nancy |August 19, 2020
    0
 
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  • Rivka

    Wow, really great cookie! I made for myself and my kids all ate them too! (They didn’t know the secret ingredient:) ). I loved that my kids were full after eating them! A real winner :) Update: I keep making these and they keep getting finished! I’m planning on trying them Pressed down in a pan like bloodies... it’s shorter to prep... don’t have to keep rolling cookies...
    Posted by RivkaB |October 9, 2020
    0
  • Rivka F

    Out of this world!

    These cookies are not the norm! They don’t have the slightest bit of a “healthyish” taste. Texture and taste are just like the or even better than any sugar and flour loaded cookie. Wonder how many calories and fat a cookie would have? Can anyone tell me
    Posted by Fay Nancy |August 19, 2020
    0
  • Shmuel Weiss

    Posted by gefilta |August 19, 2020
    0
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