This recipe was highly requested after posting the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Protein Cookie Dough a while back. Of course, who doesn't love Oreos and protein cookie dough? So, naturally, putting them together was the next step. We came up with this Oreo Protein Cookie Dough
Oreo Protein Cookie Dough
So, what is the key to truly making this taste like crushed up Oreos? Well, a few things.
First, you need black cocoa powder.
Black cocoa powder is the cocoa powder that is used in Oreos, which is why they are black rather than brown. It also gives them a unique flavor that is different than regular cocoa powder. I mention down below, but you can find black cocoa on Amazon. I have not seen it in any grocery stores yet.
Next, obviously you need our Chocolate Brownie ONE Protein.
When we say that you need our protein, we mean it. The whey + casein blend composition that we have is what makes it super creamy and amazing in recipes like this. If you just use whey, the cookie dough will come out sticky and not like a cookie dough texture.
Another one of the great things about this recipe is that you can use it in a bunch of different ways.
Do you like to spread it on a rice cake? Then go ahead. Mix it into your protein oatmeal? Also delicious. Eat it by the spoon straight from the jar? No problem. We know you will love it, now matter how you prefer to enjoy it.
We may have even topped an Oreo or two with some of this Oreo Protein Cookie Dough, you know, for scientific purposes of course.
Now, enough of talking about the recipe. Check it out below!
1 can (260g) black beans, drained and rinsed*
2 scoops (68g) ONE Protein, Chocolate Brownie
½ cup (56g) coconut flour
¼ cup (50g) Black Cocoa Powder** (must be black cocoa to get the Oreo flavor. See notes)
2 tbsp (14g) sugar free vanilla pudding mix
1/2 cup sugar free maple syrup
2 tbsp (20g) Swerve granular sweetener***
1 tsp vanilla extract
¼ tsp salt
2 tbsp (30g) dark chocolate chips (optional)
4 Oreos for crushing up into the cookie dough
*Weight is for black beans after they have been drained and rinsed.
** Black cocoa is the type of cocoa that they use in Oreos. It is what gives them the distinct black look rather than brown, and has a slightly different flavor than regular cocoa powder.
*** Swerve is a sugar free sweetener that tastes and measures like sugar. It can be found on Amazon or in the baking aisle of most grocery stores.
- Add all ingredients except for chocolate chips and Oreos to a food processor. Process until a smooth, thick cookie dough forms.
- Once completely combined. Add chocolate chips and Oreos and pulse a few times to incorporate.
- Place cookie dough in a sealed container and store in the refrigerator for up to a week.
🍽Yield: 25 servings, 2 tbsp or 35g
🔥Nutrition (per 2 tbsp): 75 calories, 5 protein, 9 carbs, 2 fat, 3 fiber, 4 sugar