Today is now known as the day that you can reach your goals while eating cookies! These Protein Chocolate Chip Cookies are not just delicious but are packed with diet friendly macros, only take a few minutes to prep, and are guaranteed to satisfy!
All you’ll for this one? A mixing bowl big enough for all of your ingredients, something to mix your ingredients with, and a baking sheet to bake your cookies on.
Add right into your bowl 2 extra large whole eggs, 1 medium banana, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, 2 tablespoons of peanut butter, 3 scoops of a vanilla protein powder, 1/2 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of baking soda, 8 tablespoons of coconut flour, 1/3 cup of your choice sweetener, 1 cup of oat flour, 4 tablespoons of sugar free chocolate chips, and 1/4 cup of unsweetened milk substitute.
Make homemade oat flour by processing or blending 1 cup of rolled oats until they look like flour! Easy, right?
Flavor tip? Make these chocolate protein cookies by using a chocolate protein powder.
Mix all of those ingredients together until everything is incorporated. I like using a hand mixer to speed this step up but any mixing utensil should work with enough effort.
Protein Cookie Dough
You’ll know it’s ready when your protein chocolate chip cookies mix thickens up and looks like cookie dough.
Take out your baking sheet and optionally line it for easy clean up or coat it with some non-stick cooking spray. I lined my sheet with some parchment paper.
Spoon your cookie dough mix onto your sheet until all of your mix is gone. I made 10 protein chocolate chip cookies today but make however many you want!
Put your cookies into the oven on 350F/176C for around 10-15 minutes or until they turn golden brown. Depending on how big or small you made them you may need to keep an eye on them as baking time can change.
Pro tip? Top them with more chocolate chips, nuts, raisins, or anything else you can think of before the oven.
Try our Oatmeal Skillet Protein Cookie next!
Protein Chocolate Chip Cookies
What We Used
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- 2 Extra Large Whole Eggs
- 4 Ounces Milk Substitute - or Milk
- 1 Medium Banana
- 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
- 2 Tablespoons Peanut Butter
- 4 Tablespoons Chocolate Chips - Sugar Free
- 3 Scoops Protein Powder - Vanilla
- 8 Tablespoons Coconut Flour
- 1 Cup Rolled Oats
- ½ Teaspoon Salt
- 1 Teaspoon Baking Soda
- ⅓ Cup Sweetener
- Turn your Rolled Oats into oat flour by blending or processing your oats until they look like flour
- Add all of your ingredients into a large bowl
- Mix everything together
- Take out and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or spray it with some non-stick cooking spray
- Spoon your cookie batter onto your baking sheet
- Bake them on 350F/176C for 10-15 minutes
- Calories: 1679
- Fat: 59g
- Saturated Fat: 26g
- Sodium: 883mg
- Carbs: 164g
- Fiber: 37g
- Sugar: 32g
- Protein: 123g
Made these for the first time and they’re absolutely delicious. Can’t wait to share with family and friends. Here’s a pic of the end result https://www.instagram.com/p/BKgQXD_BSi2/?taken-by=ikush29&hl=en Thank you! 😀
These look awesome Kush! Well done!!!
They came out more of like a protein cake rather than a cookie but I still like how they taste. Do you have a protein carrot cookie recipe? Thank you!
There’s nothing I love more than chocolate and protein. These look lush!!
Thanks Jolene! 🙂
Great recipe! I’ve been struggling to find a protein cookie that tastes like a cookie and isn’t insanely dry. The cakey texture was a plus for that and I substituted almond flour for the coconut flour to try and keep as much moisture as possible.
Do you have a gluten free bread recipe by chance?
Glad you liked it Lauren! I don’t have one up but I will eventually – give me a bit! 🙂
I would really appreciate it if you would make a lot more videos without using protein powder and the microwave because I’m pretty sure you know as well that microwaving food is insanely bad for you and a lot of the ingredients in many protein powders are also extremely bad for you. Thanks for the awesome videos and hope you keep it up.
Will do! Thanks for the support Anthony!
Loved this recipe! I substituted flax seed meal for the oats , and they were delicious!! I love your website and your recipes!!
Didn’t ground the oats and I used a sugar-stevia blend along with dark chocolate chips and they came out really good! Very soft and cakey as was mentioned before which isn’t a bad thing for me. I did use half the sweetener since I was worried about it being too sweet and it turned out to be not sweet enough. Either way I love this and I’m excited to cook up another batch!
I liked these cookies but they did come out cakey. If you don’t mind a cakey cookie I’d recommend them!
I have made these twice. Both time they have come out really dry. Good but need a glass of milk to eat them!
These were really delicious, but more muffin-like in texture. I used chocolate whey and honey as the sweetener. I was surprised they were so sweet. I will definitely be making these again. Thank you!
Thank you too Neha! Glad you liked them
These were awesome!!! Everyone in my family loved them I brought them to the gym and all the trainers loved them!! Thank you
Thank you Derek for this recipe. I’ll give it a try!!! Keep posting. Love watching all your vids. And your dog is so ADORABLE 🙂
Hi, what can I substitute the coconut flour for without messing up the recipe too bad? Wheat flour?
buying ingredients asap keep posting.
Hope you like them Michael!