Everyone likes cookie dough – and I’m no exception! A couple of weeks ago, I created a Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough recipe – and it has by far been the most popular recipe I have published. Since then, I’ve been working on a plain chocolate chip cookie dough recipe. Maybe I’ve been working a bit too hard – I told my husband the other night that I was tired of eating cookie dough! (Gasp! Can it be?)
After trial and error, I settled upon this combination because I loved the taste and the texture. If you notice, I call this “Cookie Dough Dip,” – this is because the cream cheese gives it more of a dip texture than a cookie dough texture. Please don’t make this recipe expecting it to have a cookie dough mouth feel – you will be disappointed. But it has a great flavor and its own lovely texture!
This dip would be excellent with strawberries (I’m envisioning cookie dough dip stuffed strawberries – hello!), or you could try these grain free vanilla wafers. My favorite way is just eating it straight with a spoon!
I am always looking for more ways to use collagen, and I added 1 Tablespoon to this recipe to bump up the protein. If you are wondering about the benefits of collagen, please check out this article. It is scientific reading, but showcases the amazing benefits of this superstar supplement! (If you choose not to use the collagen, feel free to add an extra Tablespoon of almond flour).
- 1 Tablespoon softened butter
- 1 Tablespoon softened cream cheese
- 1 Tablespoon THM Gentle Sweet (or you can use this homemade blend)
- 1 Tablespoon Collagen Hydrosolate
- 2 Tablespoons almond flour
- Dash of vanilla
- 1 Tablespoon Lilly’s Chocolate Chips
- Using a mixer, beat the softened butter, softened cream cheese and gentle Sweet until well combined.
- Add Collagen, almond flour and vanilla and mix well.
- Stir in chocolate chips
There are 10 grams of protein in one serving, which makes a nice snack. If you want more protein, you can pair this with some collagen tea or collagen coffee – delicious!
How do you like to use collagen?
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