Protein Cookie Dough Balls

Posted by Jen Brett on
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I don’t know if it’s just me, but my favorite part about baking cookies is always being able to eat the cookie dough. I’ve tried protein cookie doughs before and none of them seemed to live up to my cookie dough expectations. That being said, I think I have finally found the recipe. It’s easy to make, the consistency is spot on and the macros are incredible. I went with Snickerdoodle Peanut butter for my flavor but feel free to throw in chocolate chips or add your own personal flare to the recipe.

INGREDIENTS (Makes 5 Cookie Dough Balls):
  • 1 scoop protein powder
  • 2 tbsp coconut flour
  • 2 tbsp PB2
  • 3 tbsp soy/almond milk
  • 2 tbsp apple sauce
  • Sprinkles
DIRECTIONS:
  1. In a large bowl add protein powder, coconut flour and PB2Crush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-DoughCrush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-DoughCrush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-Dough
  2. In a separate bowl add apple sauce, milk and stirCrush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-Dough
  3. Gently mix the liquid mixture into the dry ingredientsCrush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-Dough
  4. Mix ingredients until it forms a dough like consistency (Using your hands may be easier than a spoon) Note: You may need to add more apple sauce/milk depending on protein powder you useCrush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-Dough
  5. Form dough into balls and roll each ball in a dish of sprinklesCrush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-DoughCrush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-Dough
  6. Individually wrap balls with saran wrap and refrigerate for 5-6 hoursCrush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-DoughCrush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-Dough
  7. Once ready, unwrap and ENJOY!!!!Crush-Nutrition-Protein-Cookie-Dough
Macros per ball:
49 calories; 6g protein, 1g fat, 4g carbs
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