Protein Overnight Oat Cookie Sandwiches (40 Cals )

Protein Overnight Oat Cookie Sandwiches

Turn your Overnight Oats into Protein Cookie Sandwiches!?!? But how Zach!?!?”

Let me show you!!

Macros for each Protein Cookie without toppings: (Makes 6):
40.5 Cals, 5g Carbs, 0.5g Fat, 4g Protein!

Macros for each Protein Cookie Sandwich (Makes 3):
62.75 Cals, 6g Carbs, 0.75g Fat, 8g Protein!

Ingredients for Overnight Oat Protein Cookies (Makes 6):
40g Quick Oats
Enough water to cover oats in bowl
50g Egg Whites
15g PEScience Gourmet Vanilla Select Protein (“FDL” saves you 15%)
5g Coconut Flour
3g Stevia
2g Vanilla Extract
2g Baking Powder

Ingredients for Protein Frosting Filling:
15g PEScience Gourmet Vanilla Select Protein
2g Coconut Flour
2g Stevia

1.) Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. Add your oats and water into a microwave safe bowl. Remember just enough water to cover the oats. Now add to your microwave for 90 seconds. Make sure to watch them so your oats do not flow over. It shouldn’t happen but microwaves vary in power.
2.) Once done, a lot of the water should’ve been soaked up. Now add your egg whites and mix them in. Then add the rest of your dry ingredients into a seperate bowl and mix together to avoid clumping. Then add to the wet ingredient bowl and mix until you have a thick cookie batter like consistency. If it is still too runny (shouldn’t be) add to the fridge for 20 minutes to thicken up.
3.) Now take some parchment paper and cover your pan. Add whatever toppings you want to have in your cookies now. I split my cookie dough into 3 different bowls so I could add sprinkles, fruity pebbles and keep one like an oatmeal cream pie.
4.) Now add 6 balls of dough to your parchment and then shape into fat cookies. They will not move much when baking so you can shape into whatever shape you want them to be. Add to you oven for 8-10 minutes.
5.) While those are cooking, add your dry frosting ingredients into a bowl and mix to avoid clumping. Then add 10ml of cold water and mix and then repeat until you have a thick frosting like consistency. Add to the fridge to let cool some more. It will thicken up too while in the fridge.
6.) Once cookies are done, add to your cooling rack. Let cool till at room temp. Then add your frosting to the middle and then enjoy!!

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