No Bake Protein Packed Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

I know I am not the only one out there who has a sweet tooth. Even with as healthy as I try to be I am human and give in to cravings here and there…. and lets be honest most “healthy” cookies taste “healthy” meaning…. like they came from a forest or are hard as a rock, I could go on….

I love cookies, not ashamed to admit it, and everyone who knows me I have an obsession with peanut butter. So combining the two and knowing it’s truly not bad for me definitely keeps my attention (which can be hard to do)…

So wanted to share πŸ™‚

What you need:

1 serving:

Mix peanut butter, water, stevia and salt together. Mix protein powder and flour together then add liquid to dry mixture. Stir until dough like consistency. DONE.

Seriosuly that simple. You can add cacao nibs or dark chocolate to it if you wish. You could do this with other flavors/brands I am sure as well but the consistency of the PB quest protein powder makes it super easy.

Macros/Nutrition Info:

Calories – 170, Protein – 25.5 g, Carbs – 5.5g, Fat- 5.5g and only 1.8g sugar!

Yes those calories may be high but they are GOOD calories…. meaning your body will use them right. Know the difference πŸ˜‰

Get your spoon out and you can thank me later πŸ˜‰

 

And if you need ANY help, or have questions please do NOT hesitate to contact me!

CandiceCFitness@gmail.com πŸ™‚

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It’s a new month so here is a challenge for YOUπŸ‘! But first….. ➑️➑️ I got on the scale for this first time in a long time this morning and was a little shocked 😱😳😱 I haven’t weighed as much as it said I did in about 10 years. I am always telling clients to not get on the damn scale, that the number doesn’t matter yet here I am not happy with what I see. Then I did my body fat and πŸ‘Š bam it’s down about 4% from who knows when I did it last πŸ˜πŸ™Œ. I took this picture today at the gym and I definitely look leaner than I have in a long time, AND I see definition in my arms that’s not always been there (I trained legs today btw) πŸ’ͺ. So my point? Using myself as an example; πŸ™‹ if you’re working out, lifting decent weight, doing HIIT cardio, and eating pretty good yet the scale has not gone down like you wished it would… Quit whining, keep doing what you’re doing and pay attention to how YOU feel. Chances are you’re gaining lean muscle (it’s denser than fat). My challenge to YOU for the month of November is to not step foot on a scale πŸš«πŸ‘£. See how less stressed you become, it’s a #⃣, and it does NOT define you‼️‼️

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