Written by: Drew Canole
Deep inside there is a Cookie Monster in us all.
There are those days when you are really craving some delicious peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies.
Sometimes you get lucky with a birthday party or other get together coming up and you have an excuse to eat a few cookies.
But you don’t need excuses if you choose your cookies wisely. Cookies can be delicious AND healthy for you. Just try these Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies.
Organifi Complete Protein Powder is adding plant-based protein to your cookies with lots of vitamins and remedying benefits. Organifi helps muscle recovery and muscle growth and is perfect for after a workout or hike.
The flaxseed meal and the peanut butter is adding even more protein and healthy fats. The coconut oil and honey are both providing a boost of anti-inflammatory benefits. The oats are filling your body with lots of fiber for healthy digestion.
Now that you know all the healthy benefits of these protein cookies, all you need to do is try them and give your taste-buds a magical, delicious, sweet and soft dance.
Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies
Makes approx: 1 dozen cookies
Instructions:1. Set oven to 350 degrees F.
You can enjoy these cookies as a dessert, snack or post-workout snack. Make sure to pick up a bottle of Organifi Complete Protein to receive all the benefits of these cookies.
Do you have any other delicious recipes using Organifi Complete Protein? Share them in the comments below. We would love to hear from you.
Organifi Complete Protein is our very own VEGAN, GLUTEN FREE, ORGANIC protein powder that doubles as a multivitamin! It’s creamy and delicious. Getting enough daily protein has been shown to help support weight loss, muscle tone, improve immunity and boost energy. Get your bottle here.
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