Recipe For High Protein Oatmeal Cookies

June 26, 2011 at 8:57 pm | Posted in Tips and Tricks | Leave a comment

Continuing on the theme of my last post, here’s a healthy version of a snaking staple. Learn how to make your own homemade high protein cookies with this oatmeal protein cookie recipe and peanut butter protein cookie recipe. Eat a few of these between meals or use them to satisfy your “sweet tooth” instead of eating store-bought cookies or junk food. They’ll  give you lots of high quality protein, good fats and good low glycemic carbs.

Recipe For High Protein Oatmeal Cookies

6 egg whites

2 scoops of whey protein (either vanilla or chocolate flavored)

5 tablespoons of oatmeal flour or oat flour (as an extremely cheap
an easy alternative to buying it from a store, is possible to make
your oat flour, all you have to do is put a cup of oatmeal in a high
powered blender for a few minutes, this will result in the oatmeal
turning into a flour).


First preheat to oven to 350 degrees

In a large bowl, mix all the ingredients together

If mixture is too think add some water, but not too much

Use non-stick spray on the cookie sheet or baking pan

Drop tablespoon sized balls onto the cookie sheet or baking pan
about 2″ apart, and flatten them out slightly

Bake for about nine to ten minutes and you will see a brown edge
when it is done. Let them cool off for a few minutes before
removing them from a spatula.

You can eat them after they have cooled down or when they are sill
warm enjoy your high protein oatmeal cookies!

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