CinnaCocoa-Frosted Protein Cookies

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So many of you are asking for the protein cookie recipe that I made with Alyssa on tonight?s episode of Extreme Weight Loss! Heidi to save the day (or night)!! Here is this delicious, nutritious, and power-packed little circle of happiness ?. Oh, btw ? it takes about 120 seconds to make! That?s right ? it?s microwavable and super fast!

CinnaCocoa-Frosted Protein Cookies
Serves 1 (2 cookies)

What you?ll need:

For Cookie:
1 egg white
1 scoop vanilla protein powder

For Frosting:
1 Tablespoon Almond Butter
1 teaspoon cocoa powder
1 pinch cinnamon
1/2 packet Stevia Powder
(you can add more cocoa and cinnamon to taste!)

How to make these easy, breezy bad boys:

1. In a bowl, mix together egg and protein powder.
2. On a microwaveable plate, drop batter into two dollops. (For a perfect circle put a dollop in the bottom of a microwaveable glass or bowl.)
3. Microwave about 50-60 seconds. Let cool.
4. Mix together frosting ingredients until well blended. Spread on cooled cookies and enjoy!

What?s in them:
(2 cookies) 201 calories, 14.5 g protein, 11 g fat, 10 g fiber and 16 g carbs.

512 Responses

  1. These look delish! Any recommendations for a good protein powder that is whey free? I am allergic to whey…

  2. Hope not too dumb a question, but in the event one w/like to use an oven, what temp., what length of time? i try to avoid using the microwave as much as possible. THANK YOU!

  3. If you are carb cycling would this be on high carb days or on your reward days? Excited to try it because my protein powder just arrived!

  4. Sounds delish… I have lots of food allergies and wanted to ask can I substitute Almont Butter? Can’t have almonds 🙁

  5. Hi i am just wondering do we eat these on HC or LC days….im confused as to what (aside from whats on the smart list) that you can take and use on what day? thanks for any info, would love an email back if you can. Love all these things, just trying to get used to it all. I just started the Classic Cycle…so far so good…thank you.

  6. Thank you for posting this recipe. I am not a big sweet eater like most, but this will come in handy at certain times when I do want something. Do you have any healthy versions for peanut butter, it is the enemy for me with my low blood sugar?

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