Paleo Cookie Dough Bites | BoneCoach™ Recipes

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Searching for a sweet treat with bone-supporting nutrients?

This is it!

Our Paleo Cookie Dough Bites have a great balance of inflammation-fighting fats and a healthy dose of bone-boosting protein – plus, they taste great! Each bite provides the perfect combination of crunchy and chewy, while satisfying your sweet tooth without grains or gluten.

This super simple, nutrient-dense snack whips together in 10 minutes and can be stored in your fridge for up to three months… meaning you can enjoy them again and again as a snack or after-dinner treat!

Give them a try today!

Paleo Cookie Dough Bites | BoneCoach™ Recipes

SERVES: 12

TOTAL TIME: 10 minutes

Ingredients

3/4 cup (175 ml) raw walnuts, soaked overnight and drained

1/4 cup (60 ml) raw brazil nuts, soaked overnight and drained

2 scoops (26g) hydrolyzed collagen powder

1 tbsp (15 ml) extra virgin coconut oil

2 tbsp (30 ml) maple syrup

1/4 cup (60 ml) coconut flour

2 tbsp (30 ml) mini extra dark chocolate chips or cacao nibs or carob chips for AIP diet

Directions

1) In a high powered blender, combine the nuts, collagen, coconut oil and maple syrup. Blend on high until smooth and creamy.

2) Transfer contents into a bowl and stir in the coconut flour and chocolate chips. Spoon mixture into a mini cupcake silicone tray. Alternatively you can shape into small 1-inch balls and lay on a baking tray. Place the cookie dough bites in the freezer for 2-4 hours until set.

3) Enjoy straight from the freezer. To store, place the cooking dough bites in an air-tight container. Can be kept in the freezer for up to 3 months.

Recipe created by BoneCoach™ Team Dietitian Amanda Li, RD & Chef.

 

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The information shared above is for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide medical or nutrition therapy advice; it does not diagnose, treat or cure any disease, condition; it is not to be used as a replacement or substitute for medical advice provided by physicians and trained medical professionals. If you are under the care of a healthcare professional or are currently using prescription medications, you should discuss any dietary and lifestyle changes or potential dietary supplements use with your doctor. You should not discontinue any prescription medications without first consulting your doctor.