No-Bake Snickerdoodle Pops

You’re going to fall in LOVE with these chewy, bite-size Snickerdoodle Pops! Crazy delicious and so easy to make in 5 minutes or less. (No gluten, dairy, or refined sugar. Vegan & Paleo) Jump to Recipe

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That classic SNICKERDOODLE flavor — in just a couple of MINUTES. NO baking involved! Can you even believe it??

How to Make No-Bake Paleo Bites

It’s so simple! Just blend the ingredients together in a food processor and roll in cinnamon sugar. (And try not to eat the entire batch! lol)

They are thick and chewy with a crisp cinnamon sugar coating just like a snickerdoodle cookie. Mmmmm. 

Wholesome Ingredients

They’re made with simple, whole foods like cashews, dates, coconut. Healthy fats, protein and fiber FTW.

No refined bleached JUNK. Real food you can feel good about and that your body will appreciate.

They remind me of cinnamon donut holes. DONUT HOLES. But obviously SO much HEALTHIER. 

Festive Dessert or Simple Snack!

These Snickerdoodle Pops are a pretty and festive enough for a holiday party, but simple and easy enough for an afternoon snack.

I made these for my husband to take to his office Christmas party potluck and he said they were a HIT! I’m definitely going to have to make more. Hope you ENJOY! 🙂

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Snickerdoodle Pops (Vegan & Paleo)
Easy, no-bake Snickerdoodle bites. Made healthy using whole food ingredients. Gluten free, dairy-free, refined sugar free, guilt-free! Vegan & Paleo. #prettypies #vegan #paleo #nobake #energybites #glutenfree #healthy

No-Bake Snickerdoodle Pops (Paleo & Vegan)

The irresistible combo of cinnamon and sugar in a bite size treat!
5 from 2 votes
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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 18 balls
Author: Emily


For Rolling:

  • 1/4 cup coconut sugar
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon


  • In a food processor, pulse all ingredients together (except the cinnamon sugar) until a sticky dough forms.
  • Scoop out 1 Tbs at a time and roll into a ball with your hands. (Don't worry if the dough seems oily. This is necessary for the coating to stick)
  • In a small bowl, mix cinnamon and sugar together. Drop each ball in and turn to coat.
  • Enjoy!


Store in an airtight container. Should be fine at room temperature for about 5 days.. Refrigeration will cause them to harden slightly, but setting them out at room temp will return them to normal.
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  • Francine K

    These were lovely!! I almost made your original recipe but I ran out of vanilla! I make my own so, I still have a couple weeks before my next jar is ready. I subbed rum extract (non-alcoholic) b/c it was all I could find in my pantry & it was delish!!! I would like to feature & credit your recipe on my blog. Is that ok?

    • Emily

      Oohh I love rum flavor. I will have to try that! I’m glad you enjoyed them!
      Yes, you are free to feature them on your blog (but please do not copy the recipe. Link only) thanks!

  • Dorothy

    5 stars
    These were yummy! I made them for a friend who loves snickerdoodles. My friend enjoyed them a lot. My daughter liked them too and she doesn’t care for dates or almonds. The half batch I made were gone in no time.

    I recently switched to a low sugar/low salt diet for fatty liver and these were a good snack option. I did use monk fruit sugar substitute in place of the sugar.

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