Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites

These chocolate chip cookie dough bites taste like authentic raw cookie dough, except they’re low calorie, low carb, and made with healthy ingredients so you can enjoy them guilt free 🙂

You can eat them on their own, cut into pieces and add to ice cream or yogurt, or use as a topping for any of the desserts in The Healthy Cake Cookbook!

The recipe makes five big balls of cookie dough for 80 calories each – 4.5 F / 7 C / 4 P



2 T coconut flour

1/2 scoop Slap Nutrition vanilla or cake batter protein powder [discount code: SARAH] (you can sub other brands of protein powder)

2-3 stevia packets (I use PureVia brand)

1/8 tsp salt

1 T melted coconut butter (or nut butter of choice)

2 T Greek yogurt

1 tsp maple syrup

1-2 T almond milk

2 T chocolate chips

Mix the dry ingredients with the wet ingredients, add chocolate chips, form into balls, and enjoy! Store in the refrigerator for freshness.

For more healthy dessert recipes check out my Instagram posts (@sarahlynnfitness) and  The Healthy Cake Cookbook which contains 30 easy, healthy dessert recipes!




16 thoughts on “Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites

  1. superfitbabe

    These cookie dough bites look absolutely delicious! I love making high protein desserts and given that cookie dough used to be my favorite food in the world, I can imagine that this would be perfect!!


  2. MrsPirate13

    Thank you for creating this cookbook!! I am excited to indulge my sweet tooth without the refined ingredients. Can’t wait to try all the recipes! 😊


    1. sarahlynnfitness Post author

      I don’t personally. I usually use Enjoy Life brand chips which are allergen friendly, but not sugar free. In the past I have used Lily’s chips which are sweetened with stevia.



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