No Bake Refined Sugar Free Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

A simple, decadent, refined sugar-free recipe, with quick ingredients that will satisfy any sugar cravings and give you a wonderful after dinner dessert! 

This cookie dough has simple ingredients, and it doesn't need to be baked, since there are no eggs in it! My favorite thing about this Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough is that it is so quick to whip up and perfect for a weekend treat or when I just don't have time to bake anything too complicated.

This has no refined sugar in it; instead of granulated sugar, we use coconut sugar. If you don't have coconut sugar, I think xylitol would work well, although I have not tested it in this recipe. If you do use xylitol, you don't need to use cocoa powder if you don't want to.  This recipe is flexible so it's up to you!  If you do end up using this sweetener, I'd love to hear how it turned out.

I based this recipe off this egg-less cookie dough. The recipe was not sugar free though, as I mentioned above, so I decided to change up the recipe to make it healthier.  I also increased the amount of vanilla and added a touch of cocoa powder, which made it even more yummy with the extra chocolate taste. You can hardly ever have too much chocolate! 

I recommend keeping the dough in the fridge. It tastes extra yummy if it's slightly cold. ;) If you don't choose to just eat the dough by itself, then go ahead and roll it into small balls and add them to a dish of ice-cream. It's a wonderful dessert to serve to guests!

No Bake Refined Sugar Free Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

1/4 cup butter (softened to room temperature)
3/4 cup coconut sugar
1/4 cup milk
1 and 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup flour
1 Tbsp cocoa powder
1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips


In a medium sized bowl, with a whisk or hand mixer, beat the butter and coconut sugar until quite smooth. Add milk and vanilla extract and beat again. Mix in flour and cocoa powder until mixture is completely combined. Incorporate chocolate chips in with your hands until the chips are evenly spread throughout the dough.

I recommend putting the dough in the fridge for a couple hours, but if you're in a rush, it's fine to forfeit this step.

Enjoy cookie dough as is, or roll into small balls (freeze if desired) and add to a bowl of ice cream or dip in chocolate!


Liz & Sarah


  1. I made some of this tonight, and it was really good--the cocoa powder and palm sugar flavors add a nice dimension. I didn't see the part about refrigerating the dough until I was halfway through my bowl, LOL. It's a really yummy treat! :)

    1. I'm so glad that you liked it! Yes, I agree. The cocoa powder and sugar flavor gives a unique and yummy taste. That's okay! Refrigeration is completely optional. Thank you. I'm happy that you enjoyed it! :)