Leave the flour in the pantry and grab a bowl because you’re about to mix up some insanely good flourless cookies.
Trust me, they’re too good to miss!
Ever had an ooey-gooey cookie you just can’t get off your mind? Well, these are just like that!
Without the flour, there’s not as much rise, so they’re chewy and super tender.
And from crisp meringues to chocolatey no-bake bites, I know you’ll make these flourless cookies again and again.
30 Easy No Flour Cookies to Add to Your Cookie Jar
These flourless chocolate cookies are sensational.
Crispy on the outside and chewy in the middle, it’s a one-bowl recipe that’ll leave you stunned.
With simple ingredients like cocoa powder, chocolate, and mini chocolate chips, you’re in for a treat – and fast!
Jam-packed with chocolate flavor, they’re the perfect addition to any gathering.
Peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies are just as soft, chewy, and delicious as they sound.
Ready in about 12 minutes, you only need four ingredients to create these irresistible cookies.
And I guarantee they’ll be everybody’s new obsession. The salty peanut flavor combined with rich chocolate is always a hit.
Unlike other peanut butter cookies, these bad boys don’t need flour or butter. And yes, they’re still incredible!
Believe it or not, they’re just a simple blend of peanut butter, sugar, and eggs.
After a spin in the oven, they’re chewy around the edges and perfectly soft in the middle.
If you’re a peanut butter lover, you’ll be happy you have this recipe on-hand.
Featuring butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, and almond flour, these cookies are lightly sweet, a little spiced, and wonderfully buttery.
They’re also kind of caramelly with a deliciously crumbly texture.
For best results, make and then chill the dough for at least a couple of hours. Better yet, roll and cut the cookies, then chill them until firm.
That’ll keep the cookies from spreading in the oven.
Peanut butter blossoms are a classic, and this gluten-free recipe is just as good as the one your mom used to make.
They’re made without flour, and they’re effortless to whip up. Plus, the peanut butter flavor is out of this world.
Top them with a little kiss of chocolate for a fun and festive finish.
Everyone’s eyes light up when they see these cookies at parties. And you can serve them confidently, knowing they’re deliciously gluten-free.
Fancy a bowl of granola in cookie form? That’s what you’ll get with these!
You’ll combine cashew and almond butters with maple syrup for the right amount of sweet and nutty flavor.
Meanwhile, oats make them super chewy and scrumptious.
Dunk them in milk, and it’s like having breakfast – only sweeter!
Flourless caramel chocolate cookies with sea salt are just as indulgent as they sound.
I mean, does it get any better than salted caramel and chocolate?
You will be thrilled to know how easy these are to make. They’re super fudgy and somehow only require a few ingredients and 30 minutes of your time.
These are one of the best gluten-free cookies I’ve ever eaten. So I recommend doubling the batch!
Chocolate chip meringue cookies are like bite-sized clouds.
They’re full of chocolate chips and have a wonderful crispy outer shell. The inside is marshmallow-like, and the flavor is divine.
Of course, since they’re made without flour, they’re naturally gluten-free. These unique cookies will be a new crowd favorite.
Soft and simple, I know you’ll adore these Amaretti nutty cookies.
But if you’re not a fan of almonds, feel free to use pistachio or hazelnut instead. They’re scrummy either way.
These cookies are terrific for any type of party or holiday. Just don’t count on having any leftovers.
Church window cookies are surprisingly easy and look beautiful on any cookie table.
Oh, and there’s no baking required!
Between the chocolate, marshmallows, and coconut, these cookies are fun to bake and taste lovely.
You may even remember Grandma making these during the holidays. So get ready for a trip down nostalgia lane.
If you’re over the usual chocolate chip, try these rich and creamy white chocolate chip and macadamia nut cookies instead.
This flourless recipe makes crispy, chunky, and chewy cookies that are perfect for any occasion.
I have just two words for you: macadamia butter. Along with white chocolate and rich brown sugar, it makes these cookies truly incredible.
This will be the recipe you reach for time and time again.
Naturally gluten-free, coconut macaroons are sweet, chewy, and to die for.
Flavored with honey, vanilla, and coconut, egg whites act as the perfect binder and keeps everything nice and light.
Drizzle them with chocolate when they’re cold, and enjoy!
Crunchy, nutty, sweet, and sticky, you’ll go gaga for these peanut butter and cornflake cookies.
You only need five simple ingredients, including peanut butter, corn syrup, and cornflakes.
Feel free to throw in mini chocolate chips, M&Ms, or chopped Reese’s Pieces. Yum!
These one-bowl ultra decadent cookies are made with chocolate, egg whites, and lots of crunchy walnuts.
They’re dreamy, fudgy, chewy, crunchy, and chocolatey to the max. What more could you possibly want?
For holidays, parties, or midnight cravings, pull this recipe out for satisfaction guaranteed.
If you want a little spice in your life, try these stunning pumpkin and chocolate chip cookies.
They’re soft, fluffy, and naturally gluten-free! They’re also perfect for fall parties.
With the yummy pumpkin flavor and light spice, you’ll love every mouthful. And the chocolate is such a nice touch.
I guarantee you’ve never had anything like these chocolate, peanut butter, and bacon cookies.
It may seem like an odd combination, but it’s such a spectacular pairing.
Not to mention, these are low-carb, keto-friendly, and of course, gluten-free! Anybody you make these for will definitely be asking for more.
The next time you need a sweet treat for breakfast, make these yummy banana and oatmeal breakfast cookies.
They’re healthy, delicious, and honestly irresistible.
You’ll need peanut butter, rolled oats, and bananas. Just combine everything in one bowl, and you’ll have chewy, indulgent cookies in no time at all.
I have a deep love for sandwich cookies. And these chocolate and peanut butter cookies are about as good as it gets.
Soft, fudgy, and uber creamy, the cookies are grain-, gluten-, and dairy-free.
Between them is a nutty and creamy frosting you’ll want to lick out of the bowl
Crispy on the outside, super dense, and fudgy inside, these flourless chocolate and pecan cookies are beyond satisfying.
They’re also a breeze to whip up, gluten-free, and dairy-free!
Go ahead and start with a double batch – you’ll need the extra!
20. Eskimo Cookies
Full disclosure: these cookies are messy! With all that powdered sugar, there’s no sneaking one of these in the middle of the night.
Luckily, they’re sweet, light, buttery, and well worth all those napkins.
They start off a lot like shortbread (lots of butter and sugar). Then you’ll mix in cocoa powder and oats.
Portion the dough and roll it in powdered sugar, then leave them to chill. Easy peasy.
Everyone loves thick, chewy, chocolatey, M&M studded monster cookies, right?
Well, now everyone can indulge since these don’t contain flour!
That said, you will add peanut butter, so they’re not the best for anyone with allergies. But thanks to the oats, they’re incredibly chewy!
Filled with toasted almonds, chewy marshmallows, and sweet chocolate chips, these Rocky Road cookies are a dream come true.
You’ll love the contrasting tastes and textures, though the gooey marshmallows on top are, by far, the best part.
The oven makes them crispy and melty, like it’s been toasted over a fire. Yum!
You know about coconut macaroons, but you’ve probably never had these little delights.
Swap the coconut for ground hazelnuts, and you’re in for a real treat.
Hazelnut macaroons are insanely soft and will practically dissolve on your tongue.
Use honey for natural sweetness, and don’t forget, they’re gluten-free and paleo-friendly!
Girl Scout Cookies season doesn’t come often enough. Luckily, you have this recipe to tide you over.
These honey and coconut macaroons are a healthy version of the beloved Samoa cookie.
And with only six ingredients, you can experience that coconut-caramel delight any day of the year.
You’ll love how sweet and buttery these cookies are. Plus, the chocolate makes them even more authentic and tasty.
25. No Bake Cookies
Crunchy, chocolatey, and (better yet!) no-bake, these cookies are ideal for summer.
They start with a blend of cocoa, sugar, milk, and butter. Once that’s melted, smooth, and shiny, you’ll add oats, peanut butter, and vanilla.
Drop that onto a baking tray and leave the cookies to cool. How easy is that?
This one may be a mouthful to say, but you won’t mind getting a mouthful once they come out of the oven.
Especially since they’re (slightly) healthy.
This twist on classic oatmeal cookies is spectacular. They’re delicious and rich with a hint of tart berries.
The texture and flavor of these little bites of heaven are irresistible. So go ahead and have two!
If you like classic coconut macaroons, you’ll love this bright, citrusy version too!
The chewy and buttery macaroons that you already know so well just got a zesty makeover.
Tart lemon is just the right addition to pair with sweet coconut.
Plus, this recipe also calls for almond flour which adds a lovely texture and some protein to boot!
For another lemon-filled macaroon, try this lemon poppy seed version.
Two classics combine to make one tasty treat.
I always loved lemon poppy seed muffins for breakfast. And these chewy coconut macaroons are the next best thing.
If you’ve never made meringue cookies before, now is your chance.
You won’t believe how crazy good these chocolate swirl treats are. They’re so light and airy with the most delightfully crisp texture.
The swirled chocolate and sweet vanilla are pure heaven on earth.
But beware: this recipe only makes about nine cookies. So if you plan on sharing, make extra!
Peanut butter and jelly thumbprint cookies are the type of treat I’d love to find in my lunchbox.
You’ll make flourless peanut butter cookies, which are nutty, sweet, and scrummy.
Top them off with sweet and sticky jelly, and you’re good to go.
Oh, and did I mention they only call for six simple ingredients? You can thank me later!
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