Keto Recipes - Created Date : 3.1.2020




together with a mixer (excluding chocolate) and well stirred until a creamy cream additives. Then add the chocolate. You can either use a cookie dough scoop or a spoon or cookie dough scoop into silicone molds can flatten the dough onto the sheet.

Freeze the dough about an hour and then remove from cookie sheet and store in the freezer ziplock bags.

Recipe Notes

* Showing nutrition information is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. This should not be considered as a substitute for the advice of a professional nutritionist.

Nutrition facts

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Oil Bombs

Amount Per Serving (24 g)

Calories from Fat 65 81calories

% Daily Value *

Oil 7.2g11%

3.7g23% Saturated Fat

Cholesterol 19mg6%

% Sodium 29mg1

Potassium 12mg0%

Carbohydrates 2.2g1%

Life 0.3g1%

Sugar 1.2g1%

Protein 1.8g4%

% Calcium 80mg8

* Percent Daily Values ??are based on 2,000 calorie diet.

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I loved! Instead, use peanut butter and almond chips ... but she might have forgotten to add the changes to make sure that the mixer or if it was something else and took care of it, but it tasted like cheesecake! My family had a hard time not eating them all the first day! Very good!

These are delicious! I do not usually read the whole thing rather than just because I wish I lived in the relevant section of parchment paper on your instructions than putting all the details above. Some Chia seeds and chopped toasted pecans added. Bakers did not have a 100% Unsweetened shredded chips per cent cocoa bar. This is definitely a keeper!

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