High Protein Matcha Cookies

  1. 1 scoop Vega Protein Powder 
  2. 3 T coconut flour (24g) (almost white and strong fresh coconut smell- Now actually makes  a good one)
  3. 1/4 tsp Attogram psyllium seed and husk powder
  4. 1 egg
  5. 2 tsp melted ghee or coconut oil
  6. 1/4 cup unsweetened almond or other non dairy milk (60ml)
  7. 1 t green tea matcha powder
  8. 1/2 t baking powder
  9. 1-3 shakes of stevia (to taste- taste after one)
  1. Mix all ingredients except milk 
  2. Add milk slowly - may need more or less depending on protein used
  3. grated coconut is optional but may need a bit more oil or milk
  4. Drop batter on lightly greased cookie sheet 
  5. Top with bits of unsweetened fresh cranberries or bits of almond or coconut
  6. Bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes (adjust for bigger cookies)


Original Post

We have a recipe on the forum for carrot cake glaze that I've not tried. Here's the link: https://forum.wholeapproach.com...pkincarrot-breadcake

I've been meaning to come up with an inulin based glaze. Inulin dries rock hard so it could theoretically just be mixed with a touch of non dairy milk and stevia and vanilla then applied to the cookie. What i don't know is how long it takes to dry to a hard shell and what it would do to the cookie in the meantime. I suppose if it was thick like an icing and applied very thin- it might work. Please let me know if any of you experiment!


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