No-Bake Apricot Cookies


These Apricot no-bake cookies are your perfect afternoon snack. It takes less than five minutes to make them!

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I feel like maybe I have multiple personalities. I mean, some days, I make complicated food, and just love cooking – and if you’ve ever seen my home remedy cabinet, you know it doesn’t even stop with food.

But other times, the kids will be following me around asking for a snack, and I’m just like, if I have to spend more than five minutes in the kitchen, I ain’t doing it.

Okay, so most of the time I will do it, but only if there’s no other option. But you know what? There is another option. Almost always. Because you can never go wrong with a little bit of nut butter, honey, and dried fruit!

I learned this several years ago from a friend. We were living in Tennessee at the time, and they so sweetly traveled all the way from Texas to come spend a few days with us. Their four kids are (almost) as crazy as my two, so it was quite a circus. A FUN circus of course. 😉

And one of the travel snacks my friend brought with her was what they called “fudge babies”. A simple, but delicious mixture of peanut butter, honey, and coconut flour, rolled into little bite sized balls. They were so GOOD! A delicious, and super satisfying little treat.

So the other day, when the kids were asking for a snack, and I didn’t feel like cooking, I remembered those fudge babies and had an “aha!” moment. After all, I’m schizophrenic, not forgetful.

I changed the recipe a wee bit of course, but the main idea is still there, and still just as delicious and satisfying.

No-Bake Apricot Cookies

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No-Bake Apricot Cookies

These apricot cookies are so tasty- any easy! This no-bake recipe lets you put them together quickly!

  • Author: Elise




  1. Mix coconut flour, honey, and peanut butter together until well combined.
  2. Fold in Apricots.
  3. Shape into balls, or cookie shapes.
  4. Refrigerate until ready to eat.
  5. Enjoy!
  6. P.S. I used natural, unsweet peanut butter. If your peanut butter is sweetened, you may want to replace some of the honey with peanut butter. Just mix to taste!

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