High Protein Salted Brownie Cookies

Recipe by Megan Horsley



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Serves 12

If you think of your average brownie or cookie, you know that they are typically high in sugar and almost void of any nutritional value. This recipe flips the script and offers about 12 grams of protein in each cookie, is lower in carbs, doesn’t have any added sugar and it’s a cookie and brownie in one! This brownie cookie contains collagen which is for stronger hair, nails, joints and better looking skin. Lastly, this cookie is the ultimate period craving buster, as it is high in iron and contains magnesium which can help alleviate cramps.


  1. 1

    PREHEAT: oven to 350F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

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    MIX: all of the ingredients together in a bowl, except for chocolate chips and salt. Add the chocolate chips at the end.

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    SCOOP: out 1 tbsp sized cookies and place on the baking sheet. Gently press down.

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    BAKE: for 12 minutes. Let cool for about 10 minutes before enjoying.

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    SPRINKLE: the flaky sea salt over the cookies to complement the chocolate flavour.

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    Substitutions: Can use regular dark chocolate chips. Nut free: Use tahini instead of almond butter

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