Modern PROTEIN Caramel Chocolate Chip Pretzel Cookies

October 19, 2016

If you give a bodybuilder a cookie… this is book I’m working on.    A children’s book about the moral dilemma of one man who had to pick between cookies and abs.  I think it’ll be popular…  Cookies are one of my weaknesses mainly because the serving size usually throws me off.  If one serving is 2 cookies  I will look for the largest cookie, preferable a cookie stuck to another cookie, but it’s still one cookie because even Siamese sweets need love and before long I’ve probably eaten more than one serving.  This is why I do not buy cookies.  It’s way too dangerous.  I’m just not one of the bodybuilders that can stock up on 3 packs of Oreos and 9 boxes of Poptarts to save until after my competition.  If it’s in the house I’ll probably think of a way to eat it, but that’s just me.  When I need that cookie fix I’ll reach out to one of our Barbell Club bakers.  Today I present you with Caramel Chocolate Chip Pretzel Cookies.

 

 

Ingredients

 

Dry:

1 Scoop Serving Extra Fluffy Generic Pancake Mix (Use a ModernPROTEIN scoop)

1/2 Cup of Oatmeal

Dash of Splenda

Dash of Baking Powder

1 Scoop Caramel Cookie Stix Modern Protein

1 Serving Sugar Free Fat Free Pudding Mix Vanilla

1 Serving Chocolate Chips

 

Wet:

1 Egg

1oz Greek Yogurt

Water to Batter Consistency

 

Filling:

12 Pretzels

Maria Protein

Directions

1) Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.

2) Use a blender to grind oatmeal to a fine powder. Combine grinded oatmeal with dry ingredients in a mixing bowl (pudding mix, whey, baking powder, Pplenda, and pancake mix)

3) Add egg with Greek yogurt and mix. Add enough water to make batter like consistency and set aside.

4) Use aluminum foil to line a baking sheet. Coat with cooking spray. Drop cookies 1″ apart from each other with a spoon on coated baking sheet. Top cookies with chocolate chips and crushed up pretzels.

5) Bake 9-10 Minutes (top with start to turn golden brown)

6) Allow to cool for 5 minutes & Enjoy

 

Macros

Per Cookie: (If you make 6)

Calories – 110

Fat – 2.5g

Carbs – 14g

Protein – 7.5g

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