Monster Cookie Oat Cups – Fit Foodie Finds

This Monster Cookie Oatmeal are an easy no-bake dessert the whole family will love! Make a large batch to keep on hand – you won’t regret it.

Monster Cookie oat cups stacked on top of each other.

Let’s make a no-bake dessert!

These monster cookie oat cups are our newest addition to our no-bake dessert obsession!

If you haven’t tried our PB&J Quinoa Cups or our Peanut Butter Oat Cups, you might as well make a bunch by whipping up these Monster Cookie Oat Cups 😀

Why we love no-bake desserts

Fast (no bake time!)

Easy to do

Great for sweet treats on the go

Ingredients for Monster Cookie Oatmeal in Bowls.

Ingredients for Monster Cookie Oat Cups

These no-bake dessert cups come together in 3 layers, meaning you get a delicious piece of monster cookie with every bite:

oat layer

  • Fast cooking oats
  • Honey
  • All-natural, creamy peanut butter
  • Mini Chocolate Chips

chocolate layer

  • Chopped dark chocolate
  • coconut oil

peanut butter layer

  • All-natural, creamy peanut butter
  • coconut oil
  • Mini M&Ms
  • Mini Chocolate Chips

Jar of Peanut Butter.

Monster cookie oatmeal ingredients in a bowl.

How to Make Monster Cookie Oat Cups

make oatmeal

Place oatmeal, honey, peanut butter, and mini chocolate chips in a bowl and stir to combine mix all ingredients together until combined.

When it seems dryadd 1 to 2 teaspoons of water.

Scoop about 2 tablespoons of rolled oats into the bottom of each muffin pan and press firmly into the cup.

Mix in the chocolate layer

Place the chocolate and coconut oil in a microwave-safe bowl. heat chocolate on high for 20 seconds, until chocolate is melted, stirring occasionally.

Scoop 2 teaspoons of the melted chocolate and add it on the oat layer. Rotate the muffin tin in a circle to lightly spread the chocolate over the oatmeal.

Place the muffin tin in the freezer for 5 minutes.

Make the peanut butter layer

In a separate microwave-safe bowl, combine the creamy peanut butter and coconut oil Microwave the mixture 15 seconds and stir to combine.

Add 2 teaspoons of the peanut butter mixture to the top of the chocolate layer. Swirl the pan again to distribute the peanut butter evenly.

Then, add mini M&Ms and mini chocolate chips to the top of each cup.

Leave to set in the freezer

Place the muffin tin in the freezer Let sit for at least 30 minutes to an hour.

When the oatmeal has set, remove it from the muffin tin and Put them in a freezer bag and store the oatmeal in the freezer. Enjoy now or later!

Monster cookie oat cases in a mini muffin pan.


Swap Nut Butter: can not do peanuts? Use almond butter or cashew butter instead.

Add extract: A bit of vanilla or almond extract in the base of this would be delicious.

Use another mini chip: We love mini chocolate chips in these oat cups, but mini peanut butter chips, caramel chips, or white chocolate chips would also taste great.

Use a dried or freeze-dried fruit: Instead of mini M&Ms, use dried or freeze-dried fruits like strawberries, raisins, or blueberries.

Monster cookie oat cups stacked on a plate.

Can I use a full size muffin pan instead?

Feel free to use a regular sized muffin pan instead of a mini muffin pan. You’ll make fewer oat cups overall, but each will obviously be a larger size. Yummy!

Is this recipe gluten free?

All of the ingredients in this recipe are naturally gluten-free. Just make sure you read the labels on the ingredients you buy to confirm they were made in a certified GF facility.

Is this dessert healthy?

Because these monster cookie oatmeal are made with whole grains and all-natural sugar, it’s a nutritious dessert idea.


Make sure to store these monster cookie oatmeal in the freezer. If they’re sitting out on the counter at room temperature, they won’t hold together as well.

Monster cookie oat cups stacked on a plate.

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