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Chocolate Nut Protein Cookie Recipe

Chocolate Nut Protein Cookies


If you often get a pesky chocolate craving at night or in the day these chocolate nut protein cookies are perfect whey to satisfy that sweet tooth!

If you’ve tried our delicious protein raisin cookies, you’ll love these double chocolate nut protein cookies even more… trust me they’re to die for!




To enjoy an amazingly soft chocolate nut protein cookie you’ll need:


Half a large or one small sweet potato (200g)

3 scoops of Myprotein chocolate nut impact whey (if you prefer chocolate caramel, chocolate orange or mint chocolate… go for it! You could even try our new white chocolate flavour).

1 whisked egg

25g of melted coconpure coconut oil

50g of peanut butter

25g of honey

10 Toffee Myprotein Flavdrops

20g of unsweetened cocoa powder

Half a teaspoon of baking powder

1/8th of a teaspoon of cinnamon

25g of chopped up nuts (I used Brazil and Hazel nuts).

2 tablespoons of dark chocolate chips.


Chocolate Nut Protein Cookies




It may seem like a lot of ingredients but recipe is so straight forward you’ll be mixing up a batch of these cookies every weekend!


Step One


Peirce your sweet potatoes and bake in the oven for around 30-40 minutes at 200 degrees Celsius (to quicken up this process you can microwave the potato for 5 minutes before hand so it takes less time in the oven).

Once cooked turn your oven down to 150 degrees.


Step 2


Once baked allow your potato to cook, remove the skin and mash in a bowl.

To your mashed potato add all your wet ingredients, this is the melted oil, the whisked egg, tablespoon of honey, Flavdrops and 3 tablespoons of peanut butter. Mix in well.


Chocolate Nut Protein Cookies


Step 3


Now add your dry ingredients, the protein powder, cinnamon, baking powder, cocoa powder, nuts and chocolate chips.


Chocolate Nut Protein Cookie Recipe


The Cooking


Once all mixed in you will have quite a batter mix that is a bit thicker than cake mix.


Chocolate Nut Protein Cookie Recipe


Onto a tray (you’ll probably need two) add spoonfuls of the mixture into round cookie shapes (don’t worry if it looks a bit runnier than what you expect, this mixture is not like cookie dough).You should get about 12 cookies out of this mix.

Place your cookies in the oven for 8 to ten minutes.


The Eating


Remove your chocolate nut cookies, allow to cool and enjoy this deliciously soft little treats!




Chocolate Nut Protein Cookie Recipe

Chocolate Nut Protein Cookie Recipe


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Per Bar:

Calories: 115Kcals

Protein: 7.7g

Fat: 5.8g

Carbohydrates: 7.9g

Sugar: 3.7g




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