New Recipe! LivingProtein Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

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Posted on 23rd May 2011 by admin in Super Recipes

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Peanut Butter!

Cookie Dough!

These two delicious tastes are thought of as rare treats or decadent indulgences.  No longer!  LivingProtein, Living Fuel’s revolutionary Functional Superfood Protein is not only powerfully nutritious and delicious, but is also incredibly versatile.  Often used to increase protein and fiber in LivingFuel SuperSmoothies, LivingProtein is terrific in a variety of your favorite recipes.

Here’s an amazingly simple, three-ingredient, gluten-free, milk-free, protein-rich, satisfying treat for the whole family—you’ll definitely want to lick the spoon!  This recipe is approximately 300 calories and provides 30 grams of protein, 8 grams of fiber, powerful amino acids, and millions of live digestive enzymes and probiotics.

LivingProtein Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

2 scoops LivingProtein
2 heaping tablespoons organic peanut butter (may substitute organic almond butter)
Pour LivingProtein into a mixing bowl, add peanut butter.  Add cold purified water slowly as you mix ingredients with a fork or hand mixer on low setting.  Mix until the batter is the consistency of Mom’s cookie dough.  Chill for 30 minutes and enjoy!
Here at Living Fuel, we love this recipe right out the bowl.  Try adding organic dark chocolate chips, CocoChia Snack Mix or add the batter into organic Greek yogurt or your morning oatmeal.  For the “culinarily gifted”, add an organic egg, baking powder, and your skill to create a delicious baked peanut butter cookie recipe.  When you’ve mastered the recipe, share it with us at our Facebook page!


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