Cookie Dough…for EATING, not baking!

It took a few attempts to get this close to traditional raw cookie dough, but I finally succeeded, and ended up with a MAD version as well.  Please note, this recipe is low on protein.  This should not be used as a meal but for special occasions like birthdays!  You could also mix up a batch and use the dough in another recipe, like vanilla ice cream.  A little goes a long way, this makes about 10 1 inch slices.  Some kids may not even want to eat this entire portion.  the higher ratio version of the recipe does not include chocolate chips, there are just way to many carbs to even consider it.  You could make a “snicker doodle” version by adding some cinnamon though.

297 Calories

3.51:1 Ratio

Ingredients

28g 40% Heavy Cream

20g butter, room temp or melted is fine

15g coconut flour

3.5g Truvia or one packet

1g pure vanilla extract

1g pure almond  extract

pinch of salt

Directions

Blend all of the ingredients together very well.  It will take a little muscle!  Roll into a log shape and slice or alternatively, roll into ball shapes and put them on a cake pop stick.  Store them in the refrigerator or freezer.

Notes

  • For the MAD version, eliminate the heavy cream and use 28g of skim milk.  This will bring the ratio down to 1.91:1.  You can then add 5g of Tollhouse Mini Morsels to bring the ratio to 1.52:1.  If you are not able to add the chocolate chips, serve some fruit on the side to lower the ratio further.
  • These would make great 50 or 100 calorie snacks.  Make the batch and divide accordingly.
  • This would be a great “treat” to bring to school!
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7 Comments on “Cookie Dough…for EATING, not baking!”

  1. NB
    April 15, 2015 at 2:19 am #

    Sounds so good!! How do I convert the measurements for ingredients into cups, tablespoons, teaspoons? I’m not familiar with using g’s. Do you know how many carbs per serving?

  2. Hannah
    February 6, 2015 at 7:57 am #

    Delicious – thank you!

  3. January 1, 2014 at 12:52 am #

    Could almond flour be substituted for the coconut flour? These look so easy but I only ever use almond flour!

    • January 5, 2014 at 4:05 am #

      I have no idea, I never tried. I would imagine it would still taste really good, the coconut flour is very dry, the almond flour may help with dryness. Let me know how it goes…

  4. Leigh
    February 13, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

    Is Almond Extract in the Keto-Calculator? I can’t find it…
    Thanks!

    • Leigh
      February 13, 2013 at 4:48 pm #

      appreciate all your help

      • February 13, 2013 at 5:36 pm #

        I dont think it is, I used vanilla extract for the calculation.

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