Rocky's Favorite Peanut Butter Protein Cookies
I baked these Peanut Butter Protein Cookies while dancing in the kitchen to Chicano Batman.
I didn’t measure exactly but took more on an intuitive approve to this cookie concoction.
Listed below is what is in them…
Add a little of that and a little of this till it looks and tastes like cookie dough. I recommend mixing the wet and dry ingredients in separate mixing bowls first then incorporate them together. I combined them in a mixer but you could easily mix by hand with a spatula. If the dough is too dry, add more flax milk. If the dough is too wet, add more pea protein or peanut butter powder.
Measure out balls of dough about 2 Tablespoons.
Round them the press them into flat rounds a little less than 1/2 inch thick.
Place on a baking sheet topped with wax paper or a silicone mat.
Optional: Mash the dough balls with a well oiled fork to create a textured patter on top.
Bake on 350 for 8-10ish minutes.
After you eat a few hot out of the oven… because who can resist. I keep these in the freezer. They taste good cold and it keeps me from eating them all in one day. (Our feeder is stocked with treats that I am trying to hide from myself) You could also freeze them in dough form and just bake one or a few at a time for fresh hot cookies. OR just eat the dough. There is no raw eggs to deter this act of indulgence.
Pea Protein Powder - about 1 cup
Lakanto Peanut Butter Powder- about ½ cup
Banana - 1
Flax Milk - about ¼ cup
Lakanto Golden Monk Fruit sugar - about ¼ cup or to taste
Chunky Salted Peanut butter - about ⅛ cup
Thick Cut Oats - about ⅛ cup
Raisins - to taste
Lily's Dark Chocolate Baking Chips - to taste
Peanuts - to taste
Olive Oil - about 1 Tablespoons
Cassava flour - about 2 Tablespoons
Baking soda - about 1 teaspoon
Cream of tartar - about a teaspoon
Cinnamon - about a teaspoon
ENJOY! Let me know how your cookies turned out. Share photos and tag me on social media @kennakristinejewelry or comment below.
P.S. It was Rocky The Raccoon's idea to add the raisins. Rocky thinks everything is better with raisins.