Cookie dough is an engaging way to incorporate more protein into your day, without the added nuttiness. Plus, this vegan-friendly version features your preferred plant-based protein powder!
This healthy snack or dessert requires no baking and can be ready in just 10 minutes! Perfect as a post workout snack, afternoon pick-me-up treat or anytime you crave something sweet!
This high-protein dessert is an easy, straightforward recipe that’s gluten-free, vegan and low in calories – ready in less than 10 minutes for post-workout fueling or afternoon refreshments!
This healthy cookie dough recipe combines peanut butter and maple syrup for a silky smooth texture, or you could switch out for almond or sunflower seed butter to avoid nuts altogether. For thinner dips, just add water or milk by tablespoon at a time until desired thickness is reached.
Vanilla protein powder will make the dough taste best; other flavors might alter its flavor too much. Chocolate protein powder could also work! For an inexpensive treat, use natural sweeteners like maple syrup, honey or agave as low-calorie alternatives to artificial sweeteners like Splenda(r).
This no-bake protein cookie dough is an easy, healthy treat! Made with whole wheat flour for extra nutrients, you can customize its taste using various mix-ins for an unforgettable taste experience!
I suggest choosing vanilla-flavored protein powder; however, chocolate and coffee flavors may work just as well. You may also opt for additional maple syrup or brown sugar substitute to add an extra sweet touch if necessary.
Whisk the oat flour, protein powder and salt in a large bowl until evenly combined. Combine peanut butter, maple syrup (or another sweetener of choice), plant-based milk and plant-based milk into another bowl; if necessary add additional plant-based milk by tablespoon until desired consistency is reached. You could also opt for an alternate protein source like casein protein blends or isolates; although this will alter its final texture slightly.
Your Protein Powder Options/Add-ins may alter the overall flavour of this dish. Incorporate different sweeteners such as Agave Nectar, Brown Rice Syrup or Honey into this recipe for more variety and added sweetness!
It is essential to use fine almond flour (rather than meal) and plant-based vanilla protein powder in this recipe to ensure a soft and velvety cookie dough texture.
Substitute any extract you like, from vanilla to peppermint or even adding spices for an extra delicious twist!
I like using maple syrup in this recipe, but if you have an allergy you could also experiment with another liquid sweetener. Furthermore, switching out peanut butter with another nut butter or even chocolate protein powder to create unique flavour combinations!
TikTok viral recipe-inspired, this edible or raw cookie dough makes an excellent protein snack, post workout recovery snack or healthy dessert option. Easy and straightforward to prepare with only 6 basic ingredients required – perfect!
Make sure that all wet ingredients are at room temperature or slightly warm before starting the mixing process; this will aid in its efficiency. Feel free to customize the mix-ins according to your personal tastes; just remember to maintain an even ratio between these and dough.
Your choice of protein powder is up to you; brown rice, pea, or casein powder is highly recommended as these contain more fibre which thickens up the texture and creates an authentic cookie dough texture.
Make this healthy cookie dough recipe in less than 10 minutes for an energizing high-protein treat or quick snack in just minutes! Enjoy as it is or roll into balls to freeze later on for later enjoyment.
This protein cookie dough recipe works great with any type of protein powder – from whey to vegan and casein! However, please keep in mind that different protein powders have their own distinct characteristics that absorb liquid differently; thus the amount of milk required to get an even consistency may differ between types.
Choose vanilla-flavored protein powder for an indulgently sweet dip, or add maple syrup or sugar substitute for more sweetness – both will give the dish an irresistibly delicious flavor and make sure any craving is met!