Has anyone ever cooked with carob chips? Or added protein powder to cookies?
Edited by: CMK512 at: 2/22/2012 (14:46)
Fitness Minutes: (883)
2/22/12 2:42 P
My favorite cookie is Oatmeal Chocolate chip. If you make them yourself they're usually around 150 calories each. This is still kind of a lot, but if you just have one and factor it into your day you'll be okay. And the oats make a fairly filling snack.
There are a lot of homemade healthy cookie recipes available online.
Fitness Minutes: (757)
2/22/12 2:06 P
I know you cant always bake, however my trick is to buy the betty crocker cookie mix that only requires butter You make the cookies teaspoon sized, this way when you have had four cookies its only 340 calories which is a little high however only 6 grams of fat. These are my ultimate go to comfort diet indulgence.
I love cookies. They're my ultimate dessert; I "need" them with my after-work coffee and post-lunch to satisfy my sweet tooth.
I've been good when buying lunch, heading to Subway to grab a healthy sandwich. BUT THOSE COOKIES! They tempt me. 220 calories and 11 grams of fat is not enough for me to give in....but what can I do to get the same satisfaction? Anyone buy healthy cookies in bulk? They're so expensive to buy at delis in NYC. I could bake, but I usually just dont have the time
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