Chunky Vegan Oat Bites, a simple vegan bake that uses wholesome ingredients, and is vegan, but most importantly tastes delicious!
I’d been thinking about something to bake during lockdown in the UK that would use what ingredients I had readily available in my store cupboard, oils and spreads were getting low, it had to be something without butter or oils.
This turned out to be the perfect bake to use my store cupboard ingredients and not much sugar which was a bonus. Some ingredients are optional such as the dairy free chocolate chips and chocolate drizzle topping, tasty ingredients to add are raisins, banana chips, flaked almonds, dried cranberry, or any kind of trail mix.
The ingredients are whole-meal and the bites are chewy and delicious. I cut them into small bites and put them into a sealed container to keep them fresh for a couple of weeks in the fridge, if you can resist them for that length of time.
They are at first sight similar to a flapjack but in fact, although they share a similarity, taste and bake differently and with the plus factor of containing no dairy, much less sugar and have lots of wholesome goodness, these chunky vegan oat bites have a mountain of taste and you will find them becoming a favorite bake to experiment with.
There are lots of different options for the ingredients to adapt this recipe, but whatever you decide to add to personalize these vegan oat bites,
I hope you have a fun time baking them and I’m pretty confident you and your household will enjoy eating them.