It’s like portable cheesecake. These easy-to-make high-protein cookies will blow your dang mind. Get the healthy recipe here.
Conventional cheesecake takes a long time to make, it’s not super high in protein, and you can’t carry it with you wherever you want. This is all BS.
So let’s simplify the recipe, strip out a ton of calories, bump up the protein, and bake it into cookies that only take a few minutes to toss together.
- 1 eight-ounce block of cream cheese (your choice: low fat, fat free, or full fat)
- 3 scoops Metabolic Drive® Protein, chocolate or vanilla
- 1 heaping cup of cherries or any berry you could have available
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit (163 degrees Celsius)
- Combine the Metabolic Drive® Protein with the cream cheese and the berries.
- Combine completely till there are now not any seen chunks of white cream cheese.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Use a cookie scooper or spoon (not your fingers) to scoop out the dough into 9 to 12 cookies.
- Bake for 18-20 minutes.
- You can use frozen or fresh berries.
- You can use full fat, low fat, or fat-free cream cheese. The full fat is richer and softer in texture, but not by a whole lot. If you’re not someone who eats conventional cheesecake on the regular, you likely won’t mind the version with less fat.
- If you’re stuck up when it comes to desserts, this recipe is not for you. You may like it, but we just don’t want to share it with you.
- This recipe was created and tested using Metabolic Drive® Protein. Protein powders produced from different sources won’t have the identical consistency or taste. So when you use a unique model and you find yourself disliking the recipe, that’s on you.
Tremendous secret observe: This doesn’t need to be a cookie. If you happen to don’t bake it, you’ll be able to…
- Flip it into an expansion to smear on one thing else.
- Put it in a jar, hold it within the fridge, and have a spoonful of deliciousness everytime you need it.
- Dunk your face in it and have your partner lick it off… sensually.
This is calculated using 1/3 less fat cream cheese and cherries. These numbers are subject to change if you use a different cream cheese, a different berry, or scoop out a different amount of (larger or smaller) cookies.
For a batch of 12 cookies, each contains roughly the following:
- Calories: 78
- Carbs: 3 grams
- Protein: 7 grams
- Fat: 4 grams
Granted, you’ll likely eat more than one. Even if you eat two or three, you’ll still get fewer calories and more protein in one sitting than you would if you were eating conventional cheesecake.