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High Protein Heath Bar Cookie Dough for One

A single serving cookie dough recipe packed with Heath Bar Toffee Bits and protein powder. 

Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword protein cookie dough, single serving cookie dough
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 serving
Calories 184 kcal
Author Mason Woodruff

Ingredients

  • 1/2 scoop (16g) PEScience Vanilla Protein Powder
  • 1/2 Tbsp (6g) Swerve Granular
  • 1/2 Tbsp (6g) Swerve Brown Sugar
  • 1 Tbsp (8g) All Purpose Flour*
  • 1 Tbsp (14g) Light Butter I used Land O' Lakes
  • 1 Tbsp (15g) Canned Pumpkin
  • 1/2 Tbsp (7g) Heath Toffee Bits in the baking aisle

Instructions

  1. Add the dry ingredients to a bowl.

    heath bar cookie dough step 1
  2. Stir well, breaking up any clumps of brown sugar.

    heath bar cookie dough step 2
  3. Add the butter to the mixed dry ingredients and stir well. The mixture should look like wet sand before adding any pumpkin. Note: If your dough looks more like the photo in the next step (more moist), skip the pumpkin or add just enough to hydrate the cookie dough.)

    heath bar cookie dough step 3
  4. Add the pumpkin and stir/fold the cookie dough until it takes shape. It should be solid like cookie dough at this point and easily handled.

    heath bar cookie dough step 4
  5. Add the toffee bits and fold the dough until they're fully incorporated. 

    heath bar cookie dough step 5
  6. Roll the cookie dough into a ball and serve! 

    heath bar cookie dough finished

Recipe Notes

*Because food safety experts are party poopers, I felt the need to mention the risk of consuming raw flour. Since ingredients in flour can be contaminated before, during, or after processing, consume raw flour at your own risk. If you'd like to replace the flour, something like ground nuts would work. Check out my no bake white chocolate pistachio protein bites for an example of this.

  • Different protein powders may have different volumes per scoop. Weigh your protein powder if possible. They may also have different consistencies based on ingredients so add liquid ingredients slowly to avoid runny/gummy cookie dough.
  • If you wanted to omit the pumpkin, you could add a bit more butter or use something like unsweetened apple sauce to hydrate the cookie dough. 
  • Any granular sugar substitute like stevia or splenda should work fine. 
  • For the brown sugar substitute, a 1/2 tablespoon of real brown sugar wouldn't add that many calories.