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choc biscoff cookies

These cookies are honestly so addictive, I've been making a batch every week! So easy to make, no baking and they're ready in under an hour. They're absolutely delicious and I'm sure you will love them as much as I do.

I always make these in a small batch of 6 (because I have no self control) but its what makes me keep wanting to come back for more. I add some protein for a lil extra protein boost and flavour (Botanika Blends is my go-to) but if you prefer to make these without the protein you can leave that out and add in an extra tablespoon of oat flour.


Makes 6

1 1/2 cups runny peanut butter

2 tbsp oat flour 1/4 cup protein powder - I use vanilla*

1 tbsp cocoa powder 1 tbsp maple syrup

3 tbsp biscoff spread 1 cup dark chocolate chips

*If you use a chocolate flavoured protein powder you can omit the cocoa powder.

  1. In a bowl combine the peanut butter with the protein, oat flour, cocoa powder and maple syrup.

  2. Using your hands section off chunks of the mixture and roll into smooth balls, then gently flatten and press your thumb into the middle of each (this is where the biscoff will go later)

  3. Place them on a piece of baking paper (this will prevent them sticking to anything) and place on a tray or plate, set in the freezer for 15 to 20 mins.

  4. Remove from the freezer and spoon a little biscoff into the middle of each cookie where you had pressed in with your thumb. Return to the freezer for 30 mins to harden up.

  5. Melt the dark chocolate (broiler method works best) and continue to stir as it cools down for 5 mins. Remove the cookies from the freezer and one by one, place each cookie in the melted chocolate. Flip over to coat both sides evenly and use a fork to let any excess chocolate drip off. Place down on a piece of baking paper.

  6. Place them in the fridge to set (they will set within a couple of minutes) and they're ready to enjoy!

Store them in a container in the fridge.


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