Healthy in 30: Cookies
Get a new healthy cookie recipe every day this month.
‘Tis the season of sweet treats! But don’t sacrifice your waistline for a passing indulgence. Try one of these healthy cookie recipes to have your sweets and eat them too!
The sweet white chocolate combined with the tartness of cranberries makes this cookie perfect for the holidays.
These sweet lemony treats are the perfect canvas for a beautiful collection of natural ingredients like chia seeds, dates, oats, and coconut.
These cookies are perfect for any party, and now you can enjoy them gluten-free!
These chocolate chunk cookie bars are an old-fashioned picnic or school function favorite.
These hearty scones are a perennial favorite, and now, thanks to gluten-free oats, even those on gluten-free diets can enjoy them!
These cookies are loaded with chocolate chips and lower in calories.
Sophisticated and divine, these cookies are a real treat, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or you just feel like saying “I love you.”
These deliver that intense, back-of-the throat chocolate satisfaction from the first bite.
What could be easier than this healthy and delicious four-ingredient recipe? I know, eating them!
An easy, healthy, granola-like bar that eats like a cookie. The cacao nibs, folded in with sweet oats and nutty hemp seeds, give these bars a unique crunch.
This recipe yields good dippers, but they can stand on their own as one of the most addictive, guilt-free treats you will ever enjoy.
Coconut, pecans, oatmeal and dark chocolate in a rich chocolate cookie.
These are traditional buttery sugar cookies. You may use all butter, if desired (instead of shortening).
A Granny Smith apple adds moisture and texture, while lemon glaze gives an appealing shine to these old-fashioned beauties.
Chocolate and hazelnut is a delectable flavor combination. Although these chewy-crisp (and gluten-free) cookies are delicious on their own, you can make them even more elegant by sandwiching two together with some melted chocolate.
This breakfast cookie is densely packed with fiber, omega 3s, protein, iron and taste.
I’m sure your kids have tried rice crispy treats, but have they ever had a chocolate rice crispy treat?
Loaded with fiber, protein, fruit, and veggies, plus low in sugar and fat, you’ll feel good about feeding this chewy, cinnamon-spiked cookie to your family for breakfast. Soy-free, egg-free, nut-free, and Dairy-free.
A fudgy, chewy cookie with a crackly crust.
These cookies are sturdy, crisp, not-too-sweet, and quite tasty. Make them as gingersnaps year-round.
Is it really possible to have a cookie recipe that doesn’t call for any sugar, butter, or flour but still produces cookies that are just as sweet and delicious as the ones you’re normally used to eating?
These delightful drop cookies are full of refreshing lemon flavor!
Lightly spiced honey syrup gives the gooey, sticky quality that makes baklava so heavenly.
Depending on how long you bake these cookies, you can make them either crisp and crunchy, or bake them for a slightly shorter time for a moist and chewy version.