Salted Caramel Cookies Two Ways

True Protein Blogger 1 by Lucy Scarborough | @foodie.lu 07 September 2020

Can't decide whether you like chocolate or raspberries better? Well this healthy biscuit recipe caters to both favourites!

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Salted Caramel Cookies Two Ways

Makes 14

 

162 Calories

4g Protein

8g Fat

19g Carbs

 

Ingredients

2 scoops True Collagen Salted Caramel

1 ½ cups spelt flour

2/3 cup coconut sugar

½ cup coconut oil

¼ cup almond milk

1 tsp baking powder

1 tsp baking soda

1 tsp vanilla extract

Pinch of Himalayan pink salt

 

Pink Icing (1/2 the cookies)

1 cup monkfruit sugar-free icing powder

2 Tbsp coconut oil

1 tsp vanilla extract

3-4 Tbsp boiling water (dependant on thickness)

3 defrosted frozen raspberries (for colour)

Freeze-dried raspberries to sprinkle on top

Hemp seeds to sprinkle

 

Choc Top (remaining half)

75g melted dark chocolate

Hemp seeds to sprinkle

 

Method

  1. Preheat oven to 170 degrees and line 2 baking trays with baking paper

  2. In a bowl mix together melted coconut oil, coconut sugar, almond milk, vanilla extract and sea salt and mix till combined

  3. Mix through remaining dry ingredients

  4. Grab a Tbsp of mixture and roll into a ball in your hands before placing on baking tray and pressing until slightly flat

  5. Bake for 10 minutes or until golden

  6. While cookies are cooling, prepare the icing

  7. For pink – mix together ingredients (excluding freeze-dried raspberries and hemp seeds) until smooth. For choc – melt chocolate in short bursts in the microwave

  8. Spoon each mixture onto half the cookies

  9. Sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries and hemp seeds

  10. Best enjoyed along side a tea, coffee or hot chocolate!

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