Recipe Identity Card
- 284,2 KCal Calories per serving
- Very easy difficulty
- Doses for 4 people
- Preparation 30 minutes
- Average cost
- Note 15 minutes for preparation; 12 cooking e
Recipe Category: Sweets and Desserts / Protein Christmas Cookies - with Stevia and Peanut Butter
- 100 gr of Oat Flour
- 100 gr of type 1 flour
- 70 g of protein powder
- 70 grams of peanut butter
- 20 grams of cocoa powder
- 1 of eggs
- 80 ml of milk
- 1 teaspoon of baking powder
- 30 grams of stevia
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1 peel of untreated oranges
- ginger to taste
- cinnamon to taste
- Scale weighs food
- Pastry board
- Cookie molds
- Wooden spoon
- Rolling pin
- In a bowl, sift the oatmeal with the type 1 flour, baking powder and unsweetened cocoa. Add the protein powder.
- Flavor the dough with ginger, cinnamon and orange zest. Add a pinch of salt and the granular stevia.
- Mix the powders, then in the center add the milk, peanut butter and egg: mix the ingredients until you get a soft and uniform mixture, spread with your hands. The consistency must recall that of shortcrust pastry.
- Roll out the dough between two sheets of baking paper: with the Christmas molds, get some shapes and place them on a couple of plates lined with baking paper.
- Bake the protein biscuits in a preheated oven at 180 ° C for about 12 minutes.
- Remove from the oven, leave to cool:
- Christmas cookies can be stored in a tin box for 15 days.
Alice's comment - PersonalCooker
Protein Cookies are perfect for breakfast, along with a fruit and a cup of protein shake, or as a mid-morning or afternoon snack. Protein biscuits can also be consumed after training.