Food for a happy and healthy life

Chocolate Chip Power Cookies

  1. Danielle says:

    Hi! Would love to try these but I have a child who doesn’t care for the texture of oats. Is there a substitute/modification for this?

    • Hi Danielle! As long as you use quick oats, there isn’t a strong oat texture in these cookies. But you could also be extra safe and blend up the oats into a powder/flour first. Let me know how it goes and thanks for trying the recipe! 🙂

      • What is the protein count in grams.

        • Hi Gunter! I prefer to focus on how food can make us feel physically and mentally so I don’t calculate the calories or macronutrients of my recipes. If this is something that’s important to you there are a variety of resources and platforms that can do that! I hope you love the cookies!

  2. Sheri says:

    5 stars
    I loved, love this recipe. I used chopped walnuts and hemp, chia and flax seeds instead of pumpkin seeds and sliced almonds. A keeper. I use a medium 2 T scoop and it made 25 cookies.

  3. Wendy Margetts says:

    5 stars
    These are a staple for me! Have been making this recipe for years and keep coming back to them.

  4. Anna says:

    5 stars
    These cookies are amazing! So easy to make ahead and store, I’m obsessed and make this recipe over and over!

  5. Louise Parisotto says:

    5 stars
    I am addicted to these! I put the dough on a parchment lined cookie sheet and flatten it with the back of a wooden spoon and bake for about 22-30 min. (depending on your oven). Let cool and either break or cut into pieces to freeze. After my daily walk or run I’ll have some of the lentil power (cookie) bar which will keep me satiated till lunch. This is definitely a go-to recipe and a must try.

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