Chickpea ‘Cookie-Dough’
There are a number of chickpea-based cookie dough recipes available online, but I wanted to formulate a low ingredient recipe that was easy and tasty! I’ve yet to try any other variations, but I really think I nailed it on the head with this one. So simple. So good! Hope you also enjoy,
Chickpea ‘Cookie-Dough’
There are a number of chickpea-based cookie dough recipes available online, but I wanted to formulate a low ingredient recipe that was easy and tasty! I’ve yet to try any other variations, but I really think I nailed it on the head with this one. So simple. So good! Hope you also enjoy,
Servings
83 ounce
Servings
83 ounce
Instructions
  1. PULSE chickpeas, PB2, maple syrup, and vanilla extract together in food processor or blender (you want the texture to be a bit chunky, like cookie dough!). Mix in chocolate chips (I folded-in with a silicone spatula). Enjoy with sliced apples, graham crackers, pretzels, or even by spoon!
Recipe Notes

 

My favorite way to eat? By the spoon, of course. 

 

 

Nutritional Information:

One 3 ounce (or 6 tablespoon) serving provides approximately 171 calories, 12 grams protein, 22 grams carbohydrates, and 6 grams total fat.

Nutrition label created via Cronometer

Side Note:

“What is PB2, you ask? Well, if ya didn’t already know, it is essentially just roasted peanuts that are pressed to remove the fat and then ground fine to make a powder. This process removes most of the naturally found fats in peanuts, which leaves you with less fat and calories of traditional peanut butter, but maintains that adored peanut butter taste when added to tons of foods! This is great for those trying to watch their overall caloric and/or fat consumption.