Healthy Edible Cookie Dough

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Healthy Edible Cookie Dough

You may ask, why is this considered healthy edible cookie dough? It's got butter in it and fatty almonds! Oh my gosh. Butter is more nutritious than flour and sugar ever will ...

You may ask, why is this considered healthy edible cookie dough? It’s got butter in it and fatty almonds! Oh my gosh. Butter is more nutritious than flour and sugar ever will be. Nuts too. It actually contains vitamins essential to our health. 

I’ll take some butter and ground up almonds over a bunch of flour and sugar

Yes, it’s been awhile AGAIN. I know all about it. We decided to sell our house in a matter of a few weeks and moved in with my parents and now waiting to close on another house. I’ve been busy. Not to mention two little kids with all this moving around. Now that it’s Daylight Saving and these kids don’t know about sleeping an extra hour, here we are. 

 

Healthy Edible Cookie Dough

 


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I don’t think this needs to be guilty. This cookie dough has filling ingredients so hopefully not as many will do the trick. 

Now straight to it. Try out this recipe for some edible healthy cookie dough.  Almond flour is obviously more expensive but you pay for better things to eat. Costco is pretty cheap for almond flour if you have access. I recommend the Kerry gold butter as well. 

 

Healthy Edible Cookie Dough

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Do you enjoy little tasty dessert snacks? Maybe you’ll like my Healthy Brownie Bites or  Nutrient Packed Peanut Butter Balls.

 

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Fresh Flavors: Make healthy edible cookie dough by using almond flour and butter or coconut oil. 


 

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Healthy Edible Cookie Dough
Healthy edible cookie dough without any guilt.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients together. Add the add-ins last. Roll into balls or eat with a spoon. Enjoy! Store these in the fridge. Maybe even the freezer perhaps.
  2. *Recipe is altered from a few different existing recipes with similar ingredients.
Recipe Notes

You can put some baking soda in these and bake them and it works. I've baked half and ate half as is. Why not?

 

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