Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bars

  • U Serves 16 People
  • P Prep: 00:15
  • P Cook: 00:00
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bars

Nutritional Facts

per 1 serving size (Recipe makes 16 servings)


Amount Per Serving


Calories 144

Calories from Fat 54


% Daily Values*


Total Fat 5.98

9.20%


Saturated Fat 1.62

8.10%


Polyunsaturated Fat 0.13


Monounsaturated Fat 0.13


Cholesterol 5.00

1.67%


Sodium 194.40

8.10%


Potassium 0.54


Total Carbohydrate 8.51

2.84%


Dietary Fiber 1.66

6.64%


Sugars 2.31


Protein 14.67


Vitamin A 0.00%

Vitamin C 0.01%


Calcium 30.13%

Iron 2.71%


* Nutritional Values are estimated and may vary

³ Description

These are soft chewy scrumptious bars and yes they are PACKED with PROTEIN. I like to cut them into really small squares and freeze them. That way I can take 1 or 2 out and eat it from the freezer or microwave them for 5-10 seconds for a warm treat to kill a sweet tooth. A more guilty pleasure is warmed up and eating with ice-cream (warm cookies and ice cream is the best)

² Ingredients

   

q Directions

2 cups cake batter Optimum Nutrition protein powder (Can sub for Vanilla)
1 C oat flour
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp salt
1/8 tsp cardamom (gives them really good flavor )
1/3 C @pbcrave cookie nookie (can sub for other kinds of PB your bars will just be more peanut butter tasting but take out the cardamom as well if you sub for something else)
17-20 drops English toffee stevia
3 tbs walden farms or SF maple syrup
5 tbs water
Optional but nessecary: 16-18 ghirdeilli's milk chocolate chips

In a food processor:
Combine protein powder, oats, vanilla, salt, cardamom and peanut butter, and English English toffee stevia drops. Add in 1 tbs of water and 1 tbs maple syrup at a time and mix. Continue to add and mix until the alotted amount is used. Dough becomes very dense in the end. Once everything is well combined and the dough is formed press into an 8X8 pan covered in tin foil and sprayed (foil needs to cover the sides enough to pull out later for cutting ) Add chocolate chips by pushing them in the top of the dough

Let set for at least an hour. You don't have to do this I just feel like the flavors mesh better and the bars form better for cutting if I wait but is not a must. I normally make mine and leave them over night and cut them in the morning.Cut with sharp knife and lift bars out of the 8X8 pan using the overlapping sides of the tin foil . Store on Baggie or Tupperware.

Recipe Provided by @deliciouslyfitnhealthy

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