How To Make A Healthy Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies Recipe

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On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m showing you how to make a healthy chocolate chip protein cookies recipe.

Welcome back to the Live Lean kitchen.

We’re making an incredibly delicious recipe today that is quick and easy, and it will keep you feeling full.

How To Make A Healthy Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies Recipe

This is one of the most delicious and moist chocolate chip protein cookie recipes ever.

Did I mention it’s paleo approved?

That’s right.

This great recipe only contains 9 simple ingredients, with no funky chemicals.

We’re making chocolate chip protein cookies.

How To Make A Healthy Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies Recipe

Let’s start off with the list of healthy ingredients, then it’s time to bake these healthy chocolate chip protein cookies.

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Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies
How To Make A Healthy Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies Recipe
Course Snack
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
cookies
Ingredients
Course Snack
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
cookies
Ingredients
How To Make A Healthy Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies Recipe
Instructions
  1. First thing you need to do is pre-heat the oven to 375F.
  2. In a pot, boil water on the stove.
  3. Before adding the sweet potatoes to the recipe, you need to boil them to soften them up. To speed up the boiling process, chop up the sweet potatoes first.
  4. Add the chopped sweet potatoes to the pot, then boil for 8-10 minutes, until soft. Once the sweet potatoes is soft enough to be easily poked with a fork, it's finished boiling.
  5. Once the sweet potatoes are ready, remove the water, then add them to a large mixing bowl.
  6. Take a fork and mash the sweet potatoes together. Once the sweet potatoes are mashed up, add in a 1/2 cup of almond butter, one whole egg, then mix it all together.
  7. Once it's mixed together, add 1 tbsp of honey, then mix the batter again.
  8. Next up, add 1 serving of egg white or whey protein powder to the bowl, along with a dash of cinnamon, a dash of Himalayan pink sea salt, and finally a 1/4 tsp of vanilla extract for flavor. Mix it up one more time.
  9. The last step is to add 1/2 cup of chocolate chips to the batter. Give the batter a few gentle stirs to allow the chocolate chips to start melting. This will also help spread out the flavor of the chocolate chips to give each cookie a nice chocolate taste.
  10. To make each chocolate chip protein cookie, add a decent sized tablespoon of the cookie batter mixture to a baking sheet, topped with parchment paper.
  11. After adding 9 cookies to the baking sheet, we still had approximately enough batter left to make another 5 cookies. Depending on the size of your baking sheet, you may need to bake these cookies in batches.
  12. Add the baking sheet to the pre-heated oven at 375F, then set your timer for 10 minutes. However, make sure you keep an eye on the cookies, because they will bake quickly.
  13. After 10 minutes is up, they should be good to go. Remove the cookies from the oven, and let them cool down for a few minutes. Add the remaining cookie batter to the baking sheet, and bake the rest of the cookies the same way.
  14. Once the cookies are cooled down, take a bite to see how they taste.
  15. Yell, "damn that's good!".
Recipe Notes

Nutrition Information (per cookie):

Calories: 115

Protein: 5g

Carbohydrates: 8g

Fat: 7g

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Trust me, after you take these chocolate chip protein cookies out the oven, you will love the smell in your kitchen.

Once you take a bite, you will be amazed at how moist and delicious these chocolate chip cookies are.

We used all real, whole ingredients, that are paleo approved, and they are going to fuel your gains.

But Don’t Just Take My Word For It

Go try this healthy chocolate chip protein cookies recipe for yourself.

Even though you’ll enjoy baking them, you are going to love eating them even more.

They taste absolutely delicious.

Enjoy these paleo chocolate chip protein cookies Live Leaner.

Damn that’s good!

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0 responses to “How To Make A Healthy Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies Recipe

  1. I thought you said in another video to remove belly fat you need to
    eliminate all sugars.
    Anyway it looks delicious.

  2. It’d be great if they actually turned out 🙁 They were so gooey that I just
    had to eat them with a spoon haha. I don’t even think baking it longer
    would have helped. I did the ten minutes….

  3. How many sweet potatoes did you use? In the ingredient list it said “one
    medium sweet potato”… but in the video it certainly looks like you are
    using several potatoes…

  4. Instead of the non flavored powder and chocolate chips, could you add a
    chocolate flavored protein mix like muscle milk?

  5. These are that good ive already made two batches, have no cinnamon so tried
    ginger and nutmeg…very good

  6. love your videos, thank you sooo much for sharing!! I bought your cook
    book, and im super excited for a recipe that doesn’t have coconut!!! yayy
    Did you use protein isolate?? or impact whey?

  7. ehm.. I´m not completely sure, but isn´t paleo diet a no-milk? and whey
    protein is milk so maybe not a paleo recipe? But hey, they sounds
    delicious!

  8. I’m planning to make this at the weekend! It would be helpful if someone
    just cleared this up for me though- I thought a Paleo diet meant no dairy-
    isn’t chocolate chips a dairy product and whey protein also derived from
    cow’s milk?

  9. Braddd, do you think a plant based protein powder would work as well? I
    can’t have Whey 🙁

  10. Looks awesome Brad, I’m just a little confused about the chocolate being
    Paleo? Is there a specific kind that you use? Thanks for all the videos.

  11. Been waiting for these. Looks awesome. I prefer whey protein isolate.
    Just wondering what you prefer? Thanks for the vid.

  12. Recipe ingredients are in the video description above. I used whey protein
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    1. Do we buy the whey CONCENTRATE or the ISOLATE? And, that whey can be used in shakes as well just like any other protein powder?

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