Keto Chocolate Chip Collagen Cookies

Updated: May 13, 2019



I'm a total advocate for tapping into our interests and learning new things. Because of this, I've gained countless skills and turned hobbies into businesses. One of these hobbies is Baking. I've recently been making a mess in the kitchen so that I can give you guys delicious recipes that don't add inches to your waist line. However, just because these cookies are better for you then other ones, it's not an excuse to eat the entire batch in one sitting.


I'm a huge believer in eating what you want WITHIN moderation. The same is true for my recipes. The good news is you don't have to feel guilty by eating them and the ingredients you're putting into your body are clean, easily digestible and have some other bonuses, as well.


These cookies have bonuses? Yes!!! They do!! By adding collagen peptides, maca powder and goji berries to the mix, I've turned these cookies into a powerhouse of nutritional goodness. These cookies are packed with protein, collagen, energy boosting and mood enhancing superfoods that also fight the aging process.


If you are on a vegan diet, please be aware that the collagen used in these cookies is sourced from grass-fed, pasture raised bovine hide. If you are vegan and want to experience the benefits of collagen, you can look into collagen builders as an alternative.





WARNING: HIGHLY ADDICTIVE AND DELICIOUS AND PERFECT WITH A GLASS OF MILK FOR DUNKING


KETO CHOCOLATE CHIP COLLAGEN COOKIES

Makes Approximately 12 Cookies


Ingredients:


Instructions:

  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees

  2. In a medium sized bowl, add cashew butter, NuttZo butter, egg, maple syrup and honey. Mix ingredients together thoroughly till all clumps are gone and the mixture is even.

  3. Add tapioca starch, coconut flour, maca powder to the wet ingredients

  4. Mix both dry and wet ingredients thoroughly together until they create a thick batter. Try to get rid of any clumps.

  5. Add Lily's baking chips and goji berries and thoroughly mix them into the batter

  6. Refrigerate batter for 15-20 minutes

  7. Make sure batter feels solid enough to turn into cookie balls before removing from fridge

  8. Once mixture feels solid enough to scoop into little balls, make small scoops and place on baking tray with enough room between the cookies so that they don't stick together

  9. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes

  10. Remove from oven and allow cookies to cool for at least 5-10 minutes

  11. Enjoy!!!

I hope this recipe brings you as much joy to make as it did for me to create it. Spread the love and if you have any special recipe requests that you want turned into a healthier version of the original, let me know! I'm always looking for inspiration!


Till Next Time,


Your favorite Baker

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