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Superfood Cookie Dough Bites

Since adapting to a healthy lifestyle I find myself craving good, nutritious food. I seem like a loser at family gatherings when everyone is lusting over sugar filled desserts while I find myself looking for dates or something more natural. I still crave cookie dough once in a while, just not in the way I used to enjoy it. Which brings me to this recipe.

I used to love making that chickpea cooking dough from Healthy Kate but I have a very useless magic bullet so trying to blend chickpeas together became a frustrating nightmare. Luckily though, oats are a dream to blend together and it’s completely healthy! Because I’m on a superfood kick I always try to throw these “exotic” ingredients together for some wellness flair, and I got to say it’s been fun making health foods.

All you need is a few simple ingredients, a wooden spoon (I find this make the dough.. nicer?) and a cute little bowl. You can make this into one or two servings. And if you aren’t a dough person like me pop these into the over once you’re done and bake! Here’s a superfood cookie dough bites recipe:

 

Superfood Cookie Dough Bites

1 cup oat flour
1/4 peanut or cashew butter
pinch of baking soda
2 tbsp maple syrup
1/8 – 1/4 cup almond milk
dash of sea salt
pinch of cinnamon (optional)
1 tsp vanilla extract
packet dust

 

Directions:

Blend the dry ingredients together. You can do this when you’re making your oat flour so every thing’s nice and blended together. After mix the dry ingredients together and then pour into the flour. Don’t be generous with the almond milk or you won’t get the cookie dough texture. I don’t like my cookie dough to sweet so I use a few drops of vanilla stevia mixed with maple syrup, but the great thing about this recipe is you can make it your own! Make it a sweet or as non sweet as you want.

Hope you guys enjoyed this recipe!

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2 Comments

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    vanessakingson
    May 24, 2017 at 8:38 pm

    I need to try making these! They look really good and I need something to take care of my sweet cravings but not go overboard.

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    Angela Rosita Chatharina
    May 21, 2017 at 11:32 am

    I am munching these as I write right now. Thank you for this amazing recipe! Mine tasted a bit too much peanut (you wrote 1/4 peanut-butter, so I just put some in). Therefore I made a second bath and mixed them together, and voila!

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