No Bake Nutella Oatmeal Cookies – Gluten Free

No Bake Nutella Oatmeal Cookies - Gluten Free

These No Bake Nutella Oatmeal Cookies are the best way to put a delicious treat onto the table in a hurry. Not only do they contain only five ingredients, they take mere minutes to make. These cookies are packed with the goodness of oats. But you’ll have to make sure that your brand of oats is certified gluten free since not all oats are gluten free. Visit my EZ Gluten Free blog at ezgf.blogspot.com to see this recipe in print or for more gluten free recipes. Ingredients: • 1 ½ cups of Rolled Oats (certified gluten free) • ½ cup of Nutella hazelnut spread • 1/3 cup of sugar • 2 tablespoons of butter • ¼ cup of milk For this recipe or more free healthy recipes, cooking tips and tutorials or go to www.favediets.com

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  1. EZGlutenFree says:

    Thanks for stopping by.

  2. jose yalung says:

    baga loadining

    

  3. Armanshuva5 says:

    Hi there, are you familiar with “Dessericious” (just google it)? These guys expose tasty recipes that permit you to prepare regret-free and fat torching desserts quickly. This helped Angela to lose weight naturally while enjoying a diabetic-safe, gluten-free adaptation of her favored sweets. It might help you out too…

  4. TheSweetSunshine27 says:

    I will surely tell you what I think about using the brown sugar and maybe even trying out other variations. I think that that would be a fun thing to do this Summer, and of course we get some good treats out if it too! ;) Thanks Again…

  5. EZGlutenFree says:

    That would be the best idea for the oats. And I’d like to apologize about not answering the other question you left about the brown sugar. I didn’t notice you had actually left two comments. I’ve never tried the recipe with brown sugar so I’m not sure what the effect might be. If you try any variations, it would be helpful to future readers if you came back and left a comment with how it worked out for you. Thanks for stopping by.

  6. TheSweetSunshine27 says:

    Oh, Ok! I am just going to go out and buy the normal ones, just to be on the safe side! Thanks for the reply! :)

  7. EZGlutenFree says:

    I would NOT suggest that you use the packs. The packs may have additional ingredients that could throw the recipe off. Check the packs. If the ingredients include only rolled oats it may work but I’m still not sure how many packs it would take since I don’t have the packs in front of me.

  8. TheSweetSunshine27 says:

    What if you only have the packs of oatmeal? How many packs would you suggest to cover 1 and 1/2 cups?

  9. TheSweetSunshine27 says:

    Does it have to be white sugar? I can only use and I only have Brown sugar… Will this affect the cookies taste and or preparation?

  10. EZGlutenFree says:

    Hahaha, I like the way you think.

  11. Littlebluetrike says:

    Why allow them to cool? eat them straight from the bowl!

  12. EZGlutenFree says:

    Thanks for reporting back with a detailed description of a dairy free variation. This will help out a lot of readers. So many people following a gluten free diet are dairy free as well. I appreciate your contributions to this recipe. ~Anne

  13. as110 says:

    Plus I want to add that the oatmeal without cooking or baking is pretty chewy, we need to get used to the texture. It is also sticky like anything gluten free and the crushed walnuts help to keep it less sticky. I also put a batch into the fridge, one in the freezer and one was left on the counter. Cooling it made it easier to pick up and the frozen batch had the best texture. I put all of the cookies on parchment paper to make sure they stay separated. Nice flavor. Balls were not easy to make.

  14. as110 says:

    I made the cookies. They are very tasty. I used almond milk and Becel pro-active calorie reduced margarine because we are dairy free too. I also had to make the nut cream because nutella has milk in it. I used hazelnut butter and dari-free chocolate powder milk alternative – all gluten free; I mixed up these until I got the right flavor and used instead of the nutella. So for those who wonder what can be substituted, if you can eat oatmeal and hazelnuts, you can pretty much get the same flavor.

  15. EZGlutenFree says:

    Thanks for stopping by. If you can’t use soy products or regular milk, I’d try almond milk in the recipe. Let me know how you made out. Hope you like them. I like the ones rolled in nuts best.

  16. as110 says:

    It never occurred to me to eat oatmeal raw. I thought it had to be cooked or baked. I will have to try this. The picture looks good. I am struggling to find good tasty recipes without egg, milk, soy and gluten. We have oats but didn’t have any ideas for it.
    Thanks for this video. I will be back soon to report LOL.

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