Caramel deLite Oat Cups – Fit Foodie Finds


These caramel delite oat cups are the newest addition to our viral oat cup recipe collection! You’ll absolutely love our take on the classic Girl Scout cookie flavor in oat cup form.

We’re back with another delish no-bake oat cup recipe! If you haven’t tried our monster cookie oat cups or our peanut butter oat cups, you might as well make a batch of those too when you’re whipping up these caramel delite oat cups 😀 Both these oat cup recipes went absolutely bonkers on Instagram, and you all have been making them nonstop ever since.

That brings us to our newest oat cup, and the flavors are reminiscent of our favorite Girl Scout cookie — the caramel delite! You’re going to absolutely love it.

Why we love no-bake desserts

Quick (no bake time!)

Easy to make

Great sweet treat option to store in your freezer

A bowl containing shredded coconut, smooth peanut butter, and crunchy peanut butter.

Ingredients for Caramel Delite Oat Cups

These no bake dessert cups come together in 4 layers, which means you get a delicious zing of caramel delite cookie flavor in every single bite:

Chocolate Layer

  • Melted semi-sweet chocolate chips 
  • Coconut oil 

Oat Layer

  • Quick-cooking oats 
  • Maple syrup
  • Cookie butter 

Coconut Layer 

  • Creamy cashew butter 
  • Cookie butter 
  • Unsweetened shredded coconut

Top Layer

  • Drizzle of melted chocolate
A muffin tin filled with 12 chocolate-drizzled oatmeal cookies in white paper liners.A muffin tin filled with 12 chocolate-drizzled oatmeal cookies in white paper liners.

Can I use milk chocolate?

Absolutely! Prefer the taste of milk chocolate to semi-sweet? Go ahead and substitute it 1:1 for milk chocolate in these oat cups.

Can I use a mini-size muffin tin instead?

Feel free to use a mini-sized muffin tin instead of a standard sized one. You’ll make more total oat cups, but each one will obviously be a smaller, bite-sized treat. Yum!

Can I use rolled oats?

We do not recommend using rolled oats in these oat cups as they won’t hold together.

A baking sheet with nine muffin tin liners filled with a mixture topped with drizzled chocolate.A baking sheet with nine muffin tin liners filled with a mixture topped with drizzled chocolate.

Storage

Make sure to store these caramel delite oat cups in the freezer. If they sit on the counter at room temperature, they won’t hold together as well.

Let cups thaw at room temperature for 20 minutes before serving so they’re not too hard to bite into.

A hand holding a chocolate-drizzled oat bar with a bite taken out. Other similar bars are visible in the background.A hand holding a chocolate-drizzled oat bar with a bite taken out. Other similar bars are visible in the background.
A stack of three granola clusters coated with chocolate. They are topped with flakes of salt and surrounded by chocolate chips.

Caramel Delite Oat Cups

This delicious no bake dessert is made with 4 layers creating the most delicious caramel delite oat cups that are even better than the Girl Scout cookie.

Prep:35 minutes

Total:35 minutes

Fat 21

Carbs 21

Protein 4

Ingredients

Oat Layer

  • 1.5 cups quick-cooking oats
  • ½ tablespoon maple syrup
  • cup cookie butter melted
  • 1-2 tablespoons water as needed

Top Layer

  • Remaining chocolate from the chocolate layer

Tips & Notes

  • If you don’t like semi-sweet chocolate you can use milk chocolate instead.
  • We do not recommend using rolled oats. Old-fashioned rolled oats would be too tough in these oat cups.
  • Be sure you let the oat cups set and firm up long enough before storing them in the freezer.
  • Let cups thaw at room temperature for 20 minutes before serving or store in the fridge.

Nutrition facts

Calories: 278kcal Carbohydrates: 21g Protein: 4g Fat: 21g Fiber: 3g Sugar: 10g



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