Protein Cookies

Protein Cookies | Macros Inc Recipes

Introducing our Protein Cookies – a great grab-and-go dessert option to satisfy any sweet tooth. Packed with protein, these cookies can be enjoyed just as they are or with a variety of tasty toppings and flavoring options such as lemon poppyseed, double chocolate, or butter pecan! Discover more recipes like this in our cookbook!

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Recipe for Protein Cookies

  • Dessert
Diet Type:
  • Low Fat
  • Low Calorie
  • 30g casein
  • 3 tbsp (24g) coconut four
  • 2 tbsp (30ml) sugar-free syrup
  • 2 tbsp (32g) nut butter
  • 1/4c (60ml) almond milk
  1. Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C).
  2. Stir together casein, coconut four, syrup, and nut butter.
  3. Using 1 tbsp at a time, add milk until a dough forms. You may need more or less milk depending on your protein powder and four.
  4. Shape 12 cookies (~18g each, or you can make them bigger if you prefer), press them about ¼” fat and add any toppings before baking.
  5. Bake 8-10 mins. You want them to be baked just enough that they aren’t gooey, let them firm up while cooling.

*These should be stored in the refrigerator once cooled.


Topping ideas (calories not included):

  1. Chocolate chip, chocolate chips + mini marshmallows (S’mores!), macadamia nut, M&M’s
  2. Birthday cake: 1/2 tsp each butter and vanilla extract, sprinkles
  3. Oatmeal raisin: raisins and a sprinkle of quick oats in the dough (you may want to cook the oats first if you’re making a batch of just oatmeal raisin.)
  4. Snickerdoodle: 1 tbsp 0 Calorie sweetener + 1 tbsp cinnamon, mix and roll each cookie in the mixture
  5. Butter pecan: 1 tsp sugar free syrup and chopped pecans
  6. Lemon poppyseed: dash of lemon extract to the dough and poppyseeds
  7. Peanut Butter: 12g PB2 and another 1-2 tsp of milk (this should be enough for the whole batch)
  8. Double chocolate: 2 tbsp cocoa and 1/2 tbsp melted light butter
Makes 12 Cookies
Total Fat:
Total Carbohydrates:

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