If you haven’t noticed, cookie dough balls seem to have taken the blog world by storm. After making a batch of Mama Pea’s version last week, I am fully and unashamedly on the bandwagon.
In a second attempt to find new uses for peanut flour, I seem to have come up with yet another cookie dough concoction. Although this one isn’t quite as delicious as those previously mentioned, they’re still pretty darn tasty. And simple. And even healthy.
4-ingredient cookie dough balls.
- 1/4 cup (30g) peanut flour
- 1/2 tbsp coconut oil
- 1 Adora calcium disk, crushed
- splash (tablespoon or so) of almond milk
directions: Microwave the coconut oil in a small bowl for 30 seconds. Stir in the peanut flour, then the milk, then the crushed Adora disk. Form dough into three balls and wrap each separately in saran wrap. Freeze for just about 5 minutes before digging in (or refrigerate if you want to save them for later).
Like I said, these balls aren’t comparable to real cookie dough in the taste department, but they sure do have the consistency! And, don’t get me wrong – I think that they taste pretty great too.
Obviously you could just use chocolate/carob chips instead of an Adora disk, but I figured this was a good way to make up for my calcium-lackage. I guess that’s what happens when you eat pie for breakfast…
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