30.4 g Step 2 In a bowl take all the wet ingredients – oil, honey and vanilla extract. Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C). The cookies are chewy and go great with any other add-ins (raisins, cranberries, chocolate chips, etc.) All cookies are made with WHOLE GRAINS and REFINED SUGAR-FREE. Soft and puffy, Honey Cinnamon Cookies are the quick, easy and delicious treat. Cover the bowl with dough and put it into the fridge for about an hour to chill. Set aside. Sift together the dry ingredients then stir in the oats. TIP: These cookies tend to get hard after about 24 hours. Natalie is health & wellness coach, with expertise in weight-loss, weight management, digestive health, mental wellbeing. In a separate bowl beat together softened coconut oil and sugar with an electric mixer for few minutes. I substituted applesauce for the oil and it worked amazing. There's a big advent wreath on our dining table and next to it a jar full of Christmas cookies. Please know that I only link products that I recommend. Cheers! Oh, the joyful Christmas season.... colorful decorations and sparkling lights, cheerful music and tables full of yummiest foods (including oh-so-sweet Christmas cookies). Luckily it's easy to make a bunch of these at once. I sweetened the cookies up with mild flavored raw honey and coconut sugar. Add the dry ingredients to the wet and mix. Store in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks. Add the dry ingredients to the wet and mix. One of my favorite Christmas cookie recipes is this Honey Cinnamon Cookies as well. Perfect for Holidays, and yummy throughout the year. I used warm winter spices - Ceylon cinnamon known for its health benefits and fragrant nutmeg that deepened honey and cinnamon tastes. Sift together the dry ingredients then stir in the oats. *It is essential that the dough be thoroughly chilled before baking. Drop by tablespoonfuls 2 in. Thanks so much for this recipe :). More about me! Sparkling Christmas lights around our TV table gives us that cozy Christmas feeling at evening. I never comment on these things but I just had to tell anyone who’s thinking of making them to do it!!! Thank you for supporting Natalie’s Health! I'm one of those people who are always happy, constantly smiling, and this time of year fits my mood perfectly. With First Advent Sunday, holiday spirit definitely entered our house. Subscribe here and I'll pop in your inbox with NEW recipes and tips. Honey Cinnamon Cookies are perfect Holiday treat. Blend first four ingredients; stir in the last four ingredients. Did I mention that these Honey Cinnamon Cookies are super easy to make? But we plan to break that tradition this year. Combine wet and dry mixtures slightly beating until you get a homogeneous medium dense mass. I totally dig this positive energy that surrounds me, and I'm ready to enjoy the Holiday season. Not to mention they use just 5 ingredients and taste absolutely amazing! The next morning, the bread will become hard and the cookies will get soft. Make note that the dough needs to sit in the refrigerator for at least an hour before baking (for fats to harden and flavors to combine), so take this into account. We plan to decorate it this weekend. I plan to have happy healthy Holidays. Mix together flour, soda, nutmeg powder, cinnamon, and salt in a bowl. My hubby isn't such a fan, so I tend to omit cloves in cookies that I make for my family (although I love strongly scented cloves). For all healthy lifestylers craving for a sugary dessert, we’ve selected a couple of delicious sugar-free honey cookies recipes that will become a real lifesaver for your inner sweet tooth.