NO BAKE HALLOWEEN BAT COOKIES | Niomi Smart

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars

Here are my no bake Halloween cookies that are healthy and vegan!
Recipe here
SUBSCRIBE

SOCIAL MEDIA
BLOG /
TWITTER /
INSTAGRAM /
FACEBOOK /
SNAPCHAT / niomismart

EAT SMART
AMAZON
WHSMITH
WATERSTONES
iBOOKS
AUS & NZ
US Amazon –
US Barnes & Noble –

SourcedBox

THINGS MENTIONED AND WHAT I’M WEARING:
Jumper – My edit at Oasis
Necklace – Daisy Jewellery
Jeans – Iden
Magimix Food Processor – 4200XL
Cacao Powder – Aduna
Halloween Cookie Cutters – John Lewis
Halloween Decorations – John Lewis

RECIPE

DISCLAIMER
This video is not sponsored. All opinions are my own.
There may be affiliate links included above where I receive a % of revenue from sales.
Thank you for watching!

Similar Articles

9 thoughts on “NO BAKE HALLOWEEN BAT COOKIES | Niomi Smart

  1. What a fun idea! It’s nice to get holiday inspiration, even if it is just a bit of an adaptation of an energy ball it makes me re-think my “need” to have a regular precessed sugar Halloween cookie and try something a little more natural and healthy!

  2. Niomi, charcoal is NOT a health food…..it absorbs nutrients and minerals in food and in your body…making these cookies completely unhealthy and even toxic. Please please educate yourself before you promote stuff just because it’s sold at a health food store as a “superfood.” Also I would NOT give out anything with nuts to kids…as a teacher I know how many kids have nut allergies, you’re not allowed to give anything with nuts!!!

  3. It’s pretty sad to see all of these bitter people commenting on the video.

    In my opinion it was really creative and I’m a fan of the Halloween themed cooking. No matter if it’s a traditional “cookie” or not, I think it looks great! 😊

    1. +Wanderluster She probably wasn’t aware that it can cause these kind of effects on people. If she knew that she would not promote it. What I don’t like about the comment section are the people who are not *explaining* what charcoal does, but the people being mean, insulting and toxic.

    2. Boo Whoo I don’t think people are not a fan of the recipe. It’s a great recipe. But charcoal is not a superfood….it’s very toxic. For example, people takings different medications and pills it can reverse the medications effects and they can get VERY sick. She shouldn’t be promoting it as it is super harmful!!

Leave a Reply

Top