Snickerdoodles. My all-time favorite cookie. The softness, the sweetness, and the cinnamon – it’s irresistible. I daydream about these bad boys more often then I probably should. One of my favorites are the Starbucks Snickerdoodle Cookie but with macros at 53C/18F/4P – I don’t eat them too often. So, I thought of an alternative. Don’t get me wrong, I have no problem having an old fashioned snickerdoodle every once and a while but I would much rather make a healthier version and get to eat it them more frequently, right? Not to mention the macros for these cookies are - 5C/2F/6P per cookie!!!
Get ready to be amazed. These are just as fluffy. Just as soft and just as delicious. Believe me, these don’t make like an alternative - I even fooled my dad into thinking they were the real deal. So, try them out and tell me what you guys think.INGREDIENTS:
(Makes 7 big cookies)
- 30g of ground oats (oat flour)
- 2 tbsp (14g) coconut flour
- 1 large egg
- ½ cup soy milk
- 1 scoop Snickerdoodle Protein
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- ½ vanilla extract
- Cinnamon and stevia to taste
- Preheat oven to 350F/176C
- Blend oats in blender until flour consistency and add to mixing bowl
- Add in coconut flour, protein powder and all other dry ingredients
- Sprinkle cinnamon, stevia and baking powder to the bowl
- Add in vanilla extract and egg
- Pour in milk while slowly stirring until a batter consistency
- The batter should be a thick oatmeal like consistency
- Spoon out batter onto a non-stick cookie pan
- Cook for 10 minutes but time will vary depending on your oven – You don’t want to over cook them!
- Eat and enjoy!!! They are 10x better fresh out of the oven! Soft, warm and DELICIOUS!
TIP: These cookies can be made in a large batch and frozen! Make sure to let cool completely before packing in freezer bags. To thaw, microwave them up on a low power level for about 20 seconds or allow 10 minutes at room temperature.Macros (per cookie)
62 calories; 6g protein, 5g carbs, 2g fat