These cookie bars are vegan and gluten free and taste amazing. Making cookie bars in the slow cooker is so easy!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Ancient Harvest. The wonderful people at Ancient Harvest compensated me for the time spent developing and photographing this recipe as well provided me with the products used. However, like always, the opinions are entirely my own. Promise 🙂 My sponsors help make this blog possible.
Could these pumpkin cookies be THAT amazing? Why yes, yes they can. They are chewy and moist and all types of delicious. And of course there are white chocolate chips inside and melted on top.
The secret ingredient in these babies is quinoa flour from Ancient Harvest. Shhh….don't tell the kids. They don't need to know how healthy these are! 😉
As the holiday season approaches, Ancient Harvest is celebrating moments of gathering with crowd-pleasing recipes that fit any lifestyle, and they are featuring this recipe for their 2nd annual recipe cook-off! I am so excited! I love all of the Ancient Harvest products (their quinoa pasta is the best!) and I am really happy to be a part of this! Please go visit their Facebook page and vote (for me of course!) Voting begins November 17th and trust me, these pumpkin cookies are prize worthy. Oh, and you can vote everyday for my cookie bars, so please feel free to vote daily!
Ancient Harvest will also be selecting 5 random voters to receive their own prize pack of Ancient Harvest product throughout the two-week voting period (Nov. 17th- Nov. 28th). So all you need to do is vote and you are entered to win! Have you tried their products yet? I think their quinoa pasta is the best!
Please go here to see the rest of this recipe! And please don't forget to vote here as often as you can! Be sure to check out the other recipes too, they all look amazing! Thanks so much for your support!
Do you have to use a slow cooker for this? What would be the modifications to make these in the oven?
Hi Emily! The recipe calls for cooking at 2 1/2- 3 hours on low, so according to this guide, you can try to bake them at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes and check to see if they are done? I would love to hear how these come out, please let me know 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving!
I am in loooove with these! Such a delicious treat that is so easy to make!
Thank you so much!
I've never tried baking with quinoa flour... but totally want to now!!!!
I think you will love it Kelly!
Ashley @ Wishes & Dishes
Definitely heading over to check out this recipe!
Thank you Ashley! 🙂
Kristi @ Inspiration Kitchen
These look great Lauren! YUM!
These sound amazing Lauren and I love that you made them in the slow cooker. I've got to try them.
adrienne @ whole new mom
Just voted - LOVE this, Lauren!!
Thank you Adrienne! 🙂
These look amazing! did I miss the recipe or are you waiting til after the contest?
Hi Wendy! There is a link above to get the full recipe. Here is the link: https://ancientharvest.com/recipe-items/slow-cooker-white-chocolate-pumpkin-cookies/ Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
I see you use vegan white chocolate chips (according to the recipe). Where do you get those?!
Hi Amanda! I use the brand King David vegan chocolate chips. Here is a link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006QXXWGY/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B006QXXWGY&linkCode=as2&tag=laurkellnutr-20 (It's an affiliate link) Thanks so much!