Healthy Cookie Dough Bites (For Breakfast?!?!?)

I think that just about says it.

You get incredibly amazingly mind blowingly delicious (and I don’t say that lightly), healthy cookie dough for less than 10 calories a pop.

So healthy, you can eat them for breakfast.

Every day. You’ll want to.

You also can’t ask for anything simpler. Less than five minutes and five ingredients later, you’re in cookie dough bliss.

These things are so good, you’ll never know they’re gluten free, grain free, vegan, low carb, low calorie, fat free, sugar free, and raw. Not to mention incredibly amazing mind blowingly delicious.

Did I already say that?

Good. So now you get the picture.

Go make these.

Healthy Cookie Dough (Breakfast) Bites (Gluten free, Grain Free, Vegan, Low Carb, Low Calorie, Fat Free, Sugar Free, and Raw)

Makes about 16 bites (feel free to make smaller or bigger)

You really can’t ask for healthier than this. YOu get to eat cookie dough for breakfast. I often just wander into the kitchen and pop on or two of these when I’m hungry. Or I’ll chop them up and put them on my oats. They’re not a whole meal. but they’re good.

Nutrition Info

Per bite based on 16 bites

Calories: 6 (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) (about 8 or 9 with chocolate chips)

Fat: 0g.

Ingredients

2T coconut flour

1/2 banana (can sub 2.5T applesauce)

3T almond milk

chocolate chips (can use raw, if you want)

sweetener (If you don’t want these to be very sweet, then just let the banana be the sweetener. I used about 10-15 stevia drops. Use what you want or have on hand and adjust to your tastes)

Directions

Mash banana, and combine with coconut flour in a small bowl. Add almond milk and stir. Sweeten to taste, but remember some of the sweetness will probably get lost if you freeze these. Mix in chocolate chips, form into balls (I actually form into balls and then press the chocolate chips in) and eat!

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner…

Cookie dough. Yum.

Enjoy!

-Kelly M.

P.S. I took all these pictures with my brand new Canon Rebel XS!

Cookie dough for breakfast? What do you think? Get friendly with the commenting! Respond to others! Meet new people! Oh, and I was thinking of setting up a community forum. What do you think?

 

 

 


 

Comments

  1. says

    Hmm, do you think I could make these with a different flour? I have a serious version to anything coconut.
    And I totally approve of cookie dough for brekkie!

    • says

      Hmm. I’m not sure if regular AP flour would work, but I have a feeling peanut flour would be fabulous! I’ll have to try and report back to you. ;)

  2. says

    I was gonnna say that the pictures look different! yayyy awesome new camera~I always think whenever I see canon XS somewhere, that it says sexy. LOL, I guess canons are sexy after all! And these lil balls are too cute.

  3. says

    I love this!! Oh cookie dough is the best, but having it for breakfast? Even better. I need to buy more coconut flour to make them. I love the taste and texture it gives!!

  4. says

    When we were little, (Ok, up until we left the house for the real world), my mom wanted us to eat breakfast but we just didn’t like breakfast foods. So….cookie dough bites definitely would have been in the realm of possibilities. My choice at the time was usually chocolate cake (a la Bill Cosby), but my sister often had Cookie Dough ice cream. Yes, for breakfast. :)

    • says

      Haha, I love this comment. I used to live on toast for breakfast, if I ever ate it, which was rarely. Now I can’t stand missing breakfast! But yes, I do love eating cookie dough for breakfast. So wrong, yet so right. ;)

  5. Mel P says

    “These things are so good, you’ll never know they’re gluten free, grain free, vegan, low carb, low calorie, fat free, sugar free, and raw.”

    Waaaaa…what’s left? ;) Must try…

    • says

      p.s. how are you liking your Canon Rebel? I bought one last summer and I like it a lot, but I also haven’t taken the time to really learn how to use it yet…I’m sure there is a ton I’m missing.

  6. says

    I love this idea! ^^ These are so cute, too – I love making cookies for breakfast and to make them healthier I add chickpea flour and vegetables. I remember I actually served chocolate cake with avocadoes and tomatoes (in and on top of the cake) once and nobody was ever the wiser.

  7. Célia says

    I had these for brunch today (I was finally able to get coconut flour again, they had it back in my store!), and I liked them a lot! The idea of adding walnuts is a great one too. I’l have to try next time. This time I only put a little bit of sugar, and drowned some of the balls in my smoothie -so good!

  8. Leah says

    I made these today! they are delicious! the only problem was they were very very gooey and looked nothing like the picture…. I kept adding more coconut flour but it wouldnt harden up, i frozen them and when i took them out they melted again. but the taste is fantastic! what would you suggest for next time?

    • says

      First off, thank you so much for trying this recipe! It makes my day. ;)

      Okay, so you’re no the first report of something like this happening. I think it’s really weird, because coconut flour is SO aborbent. I somtimes joke it is like a deconstructed sponge… the stuff just soaks up everything. Obviously that’s not everyone’s experience though, which is a little bit concerning.

      I hate to ask this question, but did you follow the recipe as written? Venturing away form it could mean trouble (i.e. not using coconut flour would most likely NOT end well.) So, yes, this essay comment does have point. ;) Here’s what I would do; I would just add the almond milk in one tablespoon at a time, and stop as soon as the batter is thick and “dough-like.” If that’s after one tablespoon, then so be it! Thank you for putting up with my moster reply, and I hope you have a lovely day!

  9. Sophie Rae says

    Hi! I followed the recipe exactly and the dough was much too wet! Tried it again today with peanut flour and I barely added any liquid- this worked out much better. They were still delicious once frozen, but didn’t hold their shape too well!

  10. Ashley says

    I used wheat flour and applesauce to sub for the banana and it was runny and pretty much horrible tasting. So, I’d recommend not doing that and finding the coconut flour.

  11. tera says

    just saying, I love your recipes. I’m vegan. and I love low-cal, low-unhealthiness stuff. really, 1 cookie for 500 calories?!! I think no.
    sooo..yeah, I love your website
    these look delicious!
    I think you already kind of answered this, but can AP flour be sub’d for coconut? thanks!!

    • says

      You are so sweet, Tera! Thank you so much! Unfortuntely, I would not sub any other flour for coconut flour if you want the results to be edible. I know coconut flour can be a real pain to find, but you can buy it at places like Whole Foods or online here. Thanks again, and I hope this helps!

  12. Paty says

    Hy, i loved the idea of cookies being only 10 cal each, and when i was making them , i followed the instructions exactly,but there was batter only maybe for three small balls, not 10, i don’t understand :( should i double or triple the recipe? please help :)

    • says

      Hm. First off, thank you very making this recipe and I’m sorry it isn’t working out like it should! This is very odd. I do use a teaspoon to measure the cookie dough balls, so they’re not very large but they’re not very tiny. Are you sure you’re adding the right amount of liquid? Unfortunately, that’s the only think I can think to tell you. Sorry!

  13. Carol says

    Out of almond milk, so I used skim lactaid instead (was thinking condensed, but that may be too sweet….). Used chocolate chips, skor bits, and agave.

    Didn’t want to wait for them to freeze, so I ate the whole thing out of the bowl, mmmmm

  14. Carissa says

    Made this recipe and loved it! Didn’t have any problems with the textures like others, wondering if their bananas were too big? But I made it twice and the second time added a drop of vanilla and a dash of salt and it tastes like real cookie dough! So yummy and healthy:)

  15. Bayley says

    yum! thanks so much! I used regular flour and it worked fine, the only thing is there was too much milk so it was not firm enough for the balls, anyway delicious! thanks :)

  16. says

    I made this recipe (healthy cookie dough bites) , followed the directions and ended up with a gloppy mess. It looked nothing like the pictures. I even added more flour to try and make it thicker. It didn’t work. I would like some help to try and make this recipe correctly.

  17. Brittany Presley says

    Where are you finding this magical fat free coconut flour? Every single brand of coconut flour I’ve ever found contains 60 calories per TABLESPOON, and 2 grams of saturated fat.

  18. cara says

    I made the recipe, but when I finished mixing all the ingrdiance together it was all runny. Is there some special thing that I can not change? I just used regular flour.

  19. Sal says

    Can you use pumpkin instead of banana (this is for all of the cookies/cookie dough balls that use a similar recipe-like the worlds healthiest cookies)

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