Healthy Iced Oatmeal Cookies

What if I told you that you could eat this entire batch of cookies for only 260 calories – 8 grams of fat, 37 grams of carbs (8 grams fiber), and 11 grams of protein?

Consider this recipe a sneak peak into the new cookbook I’m currently working on: The Healthy Cookie Cookbook. The new cookbook will contain tons of healthy cookie recipes, so you can always eat the entire batch with zero guilt! I will keep you all updated on the release date as it gets closer.


This recipe makes 9 delicious oatmeal raisin cookies. There is something so comforting about warm oatmeal cookies with a hint of cinnamon. These cookies would make the perfect healthy breakfast, afternoon snack, or guilt-free dessert. Plus they are gluten free, refined sugar free, and can easily be made vegan.

All 9 cookies: 260 calories – 8 F / 37 C / 11 P


2 Tablespoons coconut flour

2 Tablespoons gluten-free quick oats

1/4 scoop cinnamon swirl or vanilla protein powder (I use Slap Nutrition – discount code: SARAH)

1 teaspoon coconut palm  sugar (or brown sugar)

2 stevia packets (or other granulated sweetener of choice equivalent to 1.5 tablespoons)

1/8 teaspoon baking soda

1/8 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon ground flaxseed (this helps hold them together, you may be able to omit it)

2 Tablespoons applesauce

1 teaspoon oil of choice

1 Tablespoon almond milk

1.5 Tablespoons raisins


Preheat oven to 350 F. Mix dry ingredients in a small bowl (for vegan option: use vegan protein powder or omit). Add all wet ingredients except almond milk and stir to combine. Slowly add almond milk until you reach a thick cookie dough consistency. Add raisins. Form dough into 9 balls and flatten to desired thickness (they do not spread while baking). Bake on a parchment lined or greased baking sheet for 8-10 minutes, or until lightly golden brown on the edges. Allow to cool and drizzle with optional healthy icing (recipe below).

Healthy Icing Ingredients (adds 35 calories – 3.5 F / 1.3 C / 0.3 P):

1 teaspoon coconut butter

1/2 packet stevia (optional)

Melt coconut butter, and stir in stevia if desired. Drizzle over cooled cookies. Enjoy!


Let me know if you try these delicious cookies! Make sure to pin one of the images so you don’t forget…and follow me on Pinterest at

If you make this recipe, share a photo on Instagram and use the hashtag #healthycookiecookbook so I can see your post! 🙂

Happy Friday!




2 thoughts on “Healthy Iced Oatmeal Cookies

  1. superfitbabe

    I used to have such a bad habit of creating a healthy recipe that served 12 and eat all 12 servings! It’s really awesome that you’ve made this incredible-looking cookie batch in which you CAN eat all cookies! Do you think I could sub the coconut butter for peanut butter or almond butter?


    1. sarahlynnfitness Post author

      Yay!! I hope you enjoy this recipe 🙂 the coconut butter is just for the topping, so you could definitely substitute it with any other topping if you prefer!! They are also delicious without any topping! I mostly added the icing to make them look pretty 😉

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