Chocolate Chip Oat Hazelnut Pulp Cookies

Happy Friday guys! The weekend is finally here after a super draining week (so many lab hours, so much coursework to catch up with after doing nothing last week #thatmusicfestivallyf EXHAUSTING) and I couldn’t be any happier. 

I mean: I’d be a bit happier if I had a giant stack of chocolate chip cookies by my side right now… instead of the massive pile of fluid dynamics revision notes sitting in front of me right now. See? That’d be the nicest.


Sadly, cookies are nowhere to be found, and that huge stack of revision notes doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon #ugh. So I’m guessing the best thing to do would be to keep today’s post short and (naturally) sweet so I can go back to do my dreaded revision as soon as possible and you guys can get yourselves some of these cookies pronto.

Sounds like a good plan, huh? For you, I mean. We all know how so not fun fluid dynamics revision actually is.



ANYWAYYYYYY my pals: these cookies are the absolute bomb, I’m telling you! Definitely my favourite healthy cookie recipe. They turned out super crispy, with chewy centers and a lovely crunch – something that it’s definitely odd when it comes to baking vegan cookies. Most of the time, they come out so soft you could sleep on a bed of them. Which doesn’t sound that terrible of a thing at all, but hey: I love my cookies all crunchy!

These were utterly fabulous. Have I mentioned that already? Sure I have, I’m so obnoxious.  Heh he heh. Thanks for putting up with me, you absolute peaches.


As I was saying: not only is the texture fantastic, the flavour is also to die for! The combo of all hazelnut pulp, oats, roasted cashews and coconut oil makes these cookies impossible to forget. And O-M-G that hint of vanilla!!!! So good!! Plus all those chocolate chips!!! Can these get any more perfect?

(No, they can’t)

Oh wait. Wait wait wait. Can I just say how wholesome these cookies actually are?


Made with all unrefined ingredients & packed with protein and healthy fats to keep you full for hours, these make such a perfect snack to bring to school/work with you. Or, you know, to munch on while you binge-watch your favourite show (can GoT be back already, pretty please?). They’re good, so good!

And whithout further ado, let me shut up already so you guys can make these cookies asap! 

Chocolate Chip Oat Hazelnut Pulp Cookies

Chocolate Chip Oat Hazelnut Pulp Cookies


  • 170 grams hazelnut oat pulp
  • 25 grams spelt flour
  • 75 grams rolled oats
  • 70 grams coconut sugar
  • 15 grams coconut oil
  • a handful of roasted cashews, chopped
  • a handful of dark chocolate chunks


  1. In a bowl, mix together pulp and melted coconut oil.
  2. Add in flour, sugar and oats and whisk to combine.
  3. Add in cashews and chocolate and stir to distribute evenly among the batter.
  4. Let mixture chill in the fridge dor 10-20 minutes.
  5. Preheat oven to 200ºC (400F)
  6. Divide the mixture into balls.
  7. Line a baking tray with parchment paper and place the dough balls on top.
  8. Bake for 10-11 minutes or until golden and fragant.
  9. These will keep on getting crunchier as they cool.


It's best if you use some pulp that has been previously chilled or lightly dried in the oven. A pulp that it's a mixture of a grain + nuts works best, but make sure that whatever pulp you use is nut based.

Hope you guys enjoy these!



  • Reply Pia Frank May 5, 2017 at 8:17 pm

    These really do look great, Consuelo! Just one question though: what exactly do you mean by “hazelnut oat pulp”? Is it a combination of ground hazelnuts and oats? Thanks in advance 🙂

    • Reply Consuelo May 7, 2017 at 1:41 am

      Hey Pia! It refers to the leftover mixture you get from making homemade plant milk 🙂 The recipe works if you pair a 50:50 ratio of ground hazelnuts and oats + 1 tbsp. milk, but the cookies don’t turn out quite as nice. I recommend making your own milk and using the pulp if you have the chance!
      Thanks for reading and have a nice day! xx

      • Reply Pia Frank May 8, 2017 at 3:19 pm

        Hi Consuelo! Thanks for your reply and for clearing things up, one more question though, how do you make your hazelnut oat milk? That is, what ratio of oats to hazelnuts to water should one use? 🙂 Wishing you a nice day too 🙂

  • Reply superfitbabe May 11, 2017 at 6:32 pm

    Agreed, having a platter of cookies by my side (especially these ones!) would be the ideal situation. Sadly, I have no hazelnut pulp on hand, so I’ll have to figure out a way to find some or replace it!

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