Well well, so you are also a peanut butter and cookie dough fan? You are up to good and healthy trouble with this recipe... trust me! It's good, delicious, satisfying and easy to make... you just need your food processor or good blender.
You know what? This week has been weird and the only thing that's keeping me sane is cooking and creating recipes. It feels right, I feel good when I put my mind on creative mode instead of stressing over situations... I'm an over thinker, but not when it comes to recipes, that just flows and it makes me happy.
Creating recipes and sharing them make me happy, and I know that food is a way of comfort for many people and clients. And this is why it's important for me to also create delicious recipes that feel indulgent but when they are really healthy on the inside.
Our bodies deserve the best!
For this recipe I only used simple and key ingredients. One tip that I can share with you as a nutritionist, food blogger and foodie is to always read the ingredients and really make sure you are getting good foods for your amazing body.
Calling all cookie lovers!
For the cookie dough in this recipe I used Heka Good Food Keto Cookies, these are legit my favorite chewy cookies ever! Also because the ingredients in them are simple, real and they are keto certified... that adds more trust to the cookies and bars. You can also use your favorite cookie and crumbled it up, but these cookies are 10/10... just saying.
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So cookie dough + peanut butter + chocolate coating... yeah, this recipe is totally epic! And a fiesta to your tastebuds! I decided to keep it very simple and basic. So I used these cookies, a good and clean protein powder, cream cheese and chocolate.
Don't be intimidated. I basically just processed all the ingredients, formed some bites and covered them in Jojo's chocolate. A delicious and clean chocolate that also has keto friendly options (YAY!) and they add nuts and more goodies to their chocolate, so it's not basic and it can easily step up your recipe or snack game!
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For this recipe you can expect the bites to melt in your mouth and have an explosion of flavors while playing with some textures. Trust me, this is a great recipe to share with your family and friends... or maybe not, sharing is caring? I'm pretty sure that doesn't applies to food, or at least most of the time.
Here's what you'll need to create this simple and amazing Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bites Recipe:
Crumbled cookies (I used Heka Good Foods Keto Cookies - purelyhealthyliving for discount)
Low carb melted chocolate bar Jojo's
Granulated monk fruit (PURELYHL for discount)
How to store all 30 bites?
This recipe created 30 little bites, so this is why I say it's perfect for sharing and meal preps! They are so satisfying and they hit the sweet spot. You can keep these on your freezer.
So for all the peanut butter and cookie dough fans, are you ready to get started? Don't forget to share, pin, save or bookmark this recipe! Remember to spread the joy and this recipe, anyways, have a great day everyone!
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Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Truffles
By María Fernanda López
1 (8oz) block of cream cheese
1/2 cup of almond milk
2 cups of crumbled cookies (I used Heka Good Foods Keto Cookies - purelyhealthyliving for discount)
1/3 cup of granulated monk fruit (PURELYHL for discount)
5 low carb chocolate bars Jojo's (PURELYHL for discount)
1/4 cup of granulated monk fruit to decorate
Place the cookies in a food processor and press until all cookies are crumbled up.
Add the block of cream cheese in pieces and process again until smooth.
Add the almond milk, monk fruit and peanut butter protein powder.
Process until you get a smooth consistency.
Using a cookie scooper make 30 bites and place them separately in a tray.
Freeze for a couple of hours or overnight.
Once they are hard melt the chocolate and cover each bite with the chocolate.
Optional, use granulated monk fruit and sprinkles to decorate.
Nutritional Information per serving (87 kcal)
Net Carbs: 1.6g
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