These Healthy Homemade Oreos will perform your wildest dreams! They’re chocolatey and honeyed and 100% tasty and addicting, they’re critical rivals to a storebought variety. But, there’s something very opposite about this DIY version… these are sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan!
I remember a time when we was young, still vital in Canada during a time, so maybe 5 or 6 years old, when we used to eat Oreos for breakfast. One specific memory we have is when my mom walked into a kitchen to find me eating that deplorable, sweetened breakfast. She stared during a 3 rows of chocolate sandwich cookies in a classical splendid blue package. Well, by a time she walked in there were usually dual rows left…
She glanced at a cosmetic wrapper that we had ripped open like some savage, starving animal. With chocolate cookie crumbs cloaking my corpulent cheeks and tiny fingers, we looked during her as we grabbed another Oreo. I shoved a cookie in my face and asked my mom if she wanted some too. She looked at me in disbelief.
“Sugar? For breakfast?! You know, when we get comparison you’re going to get stomachaches if we keep eating like that.”
I thought, “Oh, really? Then we should get my fill of Oreo breakfasts before we grow up!”
So, mom, I’m older. I’m twenty-four now and theory what? I’m still watchful for that day to come… the day my mom warned me about where we can’t eat anything and all tooth-achingly honeyed for breakfast. I could eat frosting out of a cylinder for breakfast. My physique can endure an violent volume of benevolence during any hour of day.
Dessert for breakfast?
Dessert for lunch?
Dessert during 3am?
I can and will eat cookies, brownies, cake with frosting, etc. as my morning meal. The usually disproportion between now and afterwards is that we eat a good kind of sweets. I eat candy to my heart’s calm if they are good for me, like these Healthy Homemade Oreos.
My Healthy Homemade Oreos aren’t like the storebought cookie sandwiches. These are all natural, sugarine free, and whole grain. Yup, that means no synthetic flavorings, no high-fructose corn syrup, and no polished white flour!
And BEE TEE DUBZ… these are totally dunkable too. So squeeze a potion of divert or almond divert or soy divert or cashew divert or whatever divert we like, and asperse asperse dunk, afterwards punch punch bite.
Healthy Homemade Oreos
For a Wafers:
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- In a tiny bowl, drive together a oat flour, erythritol, cocoa powder, baking powder, and salt.
- In a mount mixer play with beater attachment, supplement a coconut oil, almond milk, vanilla extract, and stevia extract. Mix on low speed until totally mixed.
- Dump a dry mixture into a mount mixer and brew until totally mixed. Cover a play and cold for 30 minutes.
- Roll ? of a mix in between dual silicone baking sheets until ~?” thick. Use a 2″ round cookie knife to punch circles into a dough. Peel divided a mix surrounding a round shapes, putting a mix behind into a mount mixer bowl, and send a silicone piece with a circles onto a cookie tray.
- Bake for 12 minutes. Carefully send a silicone piece onto your opposite or a handle cooling shelve to cold completely. Keep re-rolling a mix and baking until all a mix is used up.
For a Filling:
- In a vast bowl, drive together a erythritol, water, and vanilla paste, until we get a frosting-like texture.
- Scoop a frosting onto half of a wafer cookies, then gently press a remaining wafer cookies on tip to make sandwich cookies. Serve and enjoy!
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Here is a recipe’s nourishment label:
Can we trust it?? Compared to a storebought version, for a SAME AMOUNT OF COOKIES, my healthy homemade chronicle has 40 less calories and 15g reduction carbs with zero added sugar. While my chronicle might be reduce in calories, that is cold and all, that doesn’t automatically meant it’s healthy. It unequivocally comes down to a peculiarity of ingredients. The initial dual mixture in a Oreos part list are “enriched” (aka rarely refined) flour and white sugar (**rolls eyes**). Then, high fructose corn syrup creates a entrance not distant after. Ugh, and they’re also made with vanillin — a FAKE vanilla flavoring. Tsk tsk tsk (**crosses arms**).
Let’s skip a yucky things and make Oreos during home regulating rational whole grains, healthy sweeteners, and healthier, happier ingredients.
These are SO. GOOD.
I wish we ate these as a child rather than a pre-packaged, sweetened storebought stuff.
PS: Can we tell me if we make this recipe? I’d like to come over and eat half of them with we ?