I need a recipe for some good protein cookies

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  1. pkr

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    Can anyone help a brotha out?
     
  2. synthetic

    synthetic New Member

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    i tried this but failed i did 3 diff batches off ingredients, came out more like biscuits. but the best tasting was...

    almond butter + whey + crushed fiber flakes cereal and some evaporated skim milk if its too thick

    add raisins ... cook for 10 min in 350* oven
     
  3. evh

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    parker what's up my dude
     
  4. pkr

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    Yo brah just getting back into lifting again. Was busy with work and stuff and got bored with it, but now I'm back in the game.
     
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    RECIPE Wishes Granted!

    Courtesy of SBT here on the boards:

    "Protein Cookies"
    Servings: 1

    Ingredients:
    - 1/2 c oats (e.g. Quaker)
    - 1 scoop protein powder (e.g. Cinnamon, Chocolate, Vanilla, etc.)
    - ~3 Tbsp water
    - Spices of choice (e.g Splenda, cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin pie spice, etc.)

    1. Dry measure oats and protein into small mixing bowl. Mix to combine.
    2. Add desired spices. Mix to combine.
    3. Add 3 Tbsp of water to dry mix. Mix well. Consistency should be dough-like.
    4. Place a small piece of wax paper on a microwaveble plate.
    5. Using a spoon or ice cream scooper, create 4-5 small dollops of dough and place them onto the plate.
    6. Microwave for 1 minute. Let cool momentarily and enjoy!

    Note: You could add some ANPB to this if you wanted. The more oats/protein you add, the more water you will need, but seriously take it 1/2 a Tbsp at a time as you add the water. Too much water will make it too runny. Also, watch the microwave timing -- even 1:30 will make the cookies too tough/dry.

    Lastly, don't make more than what you're going to eat in one sitting. These probably don't keep well like protein pancakes or other foods would.

    It definitely takes awhile to eat these but it suits a craving and makes for a nice snack. [​IMG] I personally don't like oatmeal cooked, but I like oatmeal cookies and OATS... so this worked great for me. [​IMG]
     
  6. pkr

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    Hmm that sounds bomb... i wonder what it'd be like if I put em in the oven? I'd probably need to add more water to compensate for the dryness factor, no?
     
  7. bigdamray

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    I don't know bro, I copied that from the afboard for ya.
     
  8. pkr

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    Oh. Thanks :wavey:
     
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