Healthy Cookie Dough

Hi guys! Happy Sunday. I’m currently sitting here eating my version of “chocolate chip cookie dough” and watching the newest episode of Big Little Lies.

Anyone who knows me, knows that I’m a bit of a health nut.

Friends and family will ask me “do you ever really indulge Abby?” and the answer is of course I do, but it’s my own version of indulgence. Over the years I’ve come up with so many healthy recipes for all of my favorite foods, that I honestly don’t feel tempted to eat the un-healthy version.

The main reason for this is that I’ve been eating this way for so long now that eating fast food or super sugary or greasy food literally makes me feel like crap afterwords. To the point where it’s not even worth it to me.

One of my passions is to help other people with health and fitness advice, so I want to start sharing more of my little tips are tricks on here more often. I’m aiming to start sharing one of my sneaky recipes on here every week, but we’ll see.

So here it is,  my guilt free cookie dough recipe, which you could also say is salmonella-risk-free…. because I know my mom isn’t the only one who warned me of that every time I snuck a scoop of raw cookie dough from the batch 😉

Here’s what you need:

1 scoop vanilla protein powder
1/4 cup coconut flour
2 Tbsp Pb2 or Jif Peanut Powder
1/4 tsp salt
1 Tbsp Maple Syrup
1/4 cup nut milk
1/2 serving Stevia Sweetened Chocolate Chips

= 300 Calories {32P 29C 6F} —for the whole batch. I usually eat about 1/3 of this at a time.

Instructions:

  1. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and mix until you get a cookie-dough-like consistency
  2. Place in fridge for 15 minutes so that it hardens slightly
  3. Transfer however much you want into serving size bowl and enjoy 🙂

You can print my recipe here: Printable Recipe

 

Hope you like it!! PS- I used Protein Isolate here, but for an even better consistency try using a Whey-Casein blend (if you’re not lactose sensitive) 

For a Vegan version: Substitute the Isolate Protein with a Pea or Hemp based Protein.

 

 

xoxo, AbbyDarlington

 

 

 

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