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Protein Powder No Bake Cookies

If you’ve ever hated the high price of protein bars, you should definitely consider making your own!  Most protein bars cost between $1-$4.00, but when you make your own, you can get it as low as $0.25.

These protein cookies have 140 calories each , 5 grams of Fat 13 grams of carbs and 11 grams of protein.  I don’t promote a high protein diet, and in fact, I’m a self proclaimed BIG fan of carbs! However, I realize my limitations in getting complete meals in during the day, and especially getting in some protein. Working full or part time makes it tough to eat real food- so supplementing with a complete nutrition bar can really bridge the nutrient gaps.  Also, if you aren’t a fan of meat and beans, it can also be a nice substitute.

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So, on with these Delicious protein cookies!!

protein powder no bake cookies

I’ve tried this with several protein powders, and have found the best tasting powder for this cookie to be the Combat Protein Powder they sell at Costco, in the Cookies and Cream flavor!  This is hands down, the only flavor I like for these cookies.

ingredients for no bake cookies

So, all you need is protein powder, oats, peanut butter, and as small amount of milk you can get away with.

cookies step a

First blend the protein powder with the oats.

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Then combine the peanut butter and mix until it’s spread throughout.  Then add a tiny bit of milk.  Too much milk, and your cookies become sticky. Not enough, and it’s too dry. So, you just want to try incorporating a little at a time until balls or cookies can be formed.

protein powder cookies and cream no bake cookies

Once it’s all blended together, form balls or cookies, and chill!

  • 1 scoop cookies & cream protein powder (found at costco)
  • 60 grams quick oats (a heaping half cup)
  • 32 grams peanut butter (2 tablespoons)
  • and 2 tablespoons milk.

There you have it!! Do you like protein powder recipes?? Let me know and I can share more of my favorites!

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Karen Doll

Sunday 25th of September 2016

Yes! I've been looking into a variety of protein powders so I can incorporate more protein into breakfast smoothies, muffins, etc. Breakfast is a great time to mix in a little extra dose of protein to get your day started. I'm also not a fan of a too high protein diet, but do like a good serving of protein in the mornings :) !!! So, please do share some more great protein powder recipes.

Sunday 11th of September 2016


Patricia Mirasol

Wednesday 7th of September 2016

This looks easy and yummy! Will try this soon. :)