Fauxookie (Faux-Cookie) Dough

When deciding on what amazing recipe I would post first, I just couldn’t not have this be THE ONE.  It was inspired by this recipes for Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Pops from Chocolate Covered Katie.  Here’s how I stumbled upon it:

I was hanging out on Pintrest on an exhausted Friday night (I’m a rockstar sometimes) when I saw this recipes and decided to try it -just not stick the stick in the pops.  Well, that turned into me eating the “dough” and history was made.  This isn’t a super light recipe, but if you are like me and cookie dough could be it’s own food group, this is made for you!

Fauxookie Dough

2 Servings; Less than 5min to make

1/3c +1/4c Old Fashioned Oats- Aldi

2 T Splenda for baking (not to be confused with packet Splenda- there is a huge difference) –Walmart

1 T Packed brown sugar –Aldi

1/4 t Baking soda (it does change the flavor if you leave this out)- Aldi

1/2 T Brummel & Brown Yogurt Butter- Walmart

1/2 t Vanilla Extract- Aldi

3 T Original Almond Milk –Aldi

1 & 1/2 T Mini Chocolate Chips- Walmart

Directions: Take your first four dry ingredients (oats, Splenda, brown sugar, and baking soda) place them into your Magic Bullet and blend as smooth as you can get it- at least a minute. Dump your dry ingredients into a bowl and add your moist ingredients (butter, vanilla, almond milk). Mix it up with a spoon until it is all blended.  Add Chocolate Chips and enjoy without the guilt of making real cookie dough! Makes two servings (if you have any self control).

Fauxrookie Dough

Just before being devoured!

Nutritional Info per serving: 137 calories; 21g carbs; 6g fat; 3g protein; 3 g fiber; 4 WW Points+


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One thought on “Fauxookie (Faux-Cookie) Dough

  1. miraoli February 25, 2013 at 10:33 pm Reply

    They have coupons for Quaker Oats at PrintableCouponsandDeals.com

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