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Protein Chocolate Cookie Dough Cups

Protein Chocolate Cookie Dough Cups

Courtney Pruce

Banish your chocolate cookie cravings for good with these fuss free no bake Chocolate Cookie Dough Cups – only 101 calories per bite!

By Courtney Pruce


For The Chocolate Cups

  • 1 large bar of dark chocolate
  • 6 large cupcake cases or 12 miniature ones


  • Calories: 101kcal
  • Protein: 4g
  • Carbs: 11g
  • Fats: 5g
  • Fibre: 4g

Nutritional comparison

Compare Courtney's Recipe Standard Recipe Difference
Calories 101 277 -176
Protein 4g 3g +1g
Carbs 11g 39g -28g
Fat 5g 13g -8g
Fibre 4g 0g +4g


  1. Combine all of the cookie dough ingredients in a bowl (except chocolate chips) and mix until well combined and a thick cookie dough like texture has formed.
  2. Feel free to add more almond milk 1 tbsp. at a time if the mixture is too thick.
  3. Once desired consistency is reached, fold in the dark chocolate chips and then roll the cookie dough into a big ball and divide it equally into 6 (or 12 if making miniature ones).
  4. Roll each piece into a ball and then use your hands to slightly flatten the ball into a disc shape.
  5. Place to one side for the time being.

For The Cups

  1. Melt your dark chocolate using method of choice.
  2. Add the melted dark chocolate a spoon full at the time into your cupcake cases so that the whole bottom of the case is covered.
  3. Then use a teaspoon to drag the dark chocolate up the sides of the cupcake case until it almost reaches the top.
  4. Do this until the whole inside of the cupcake case is lined with chocolate and there are no gaps and repeat this for all of your cupcake cases.
  5. Place them into the freezer and leave for 10 minute or so until the chocolate has set. Then remove from the freezer and place each of your cookie dough discs into the the middle of the chocolate cups.
  6. Then spoon the remainder of the dark chocolate into each of the cupcake cases evenly, so that the cookie dough centre is completely covered and the cup is almost filled to the top with the melted chocolate.
  7. Repeat this step for all of your chocolate cups and then place back into the freezer for 15 -20 minutes for them to set.
  8. You can then either take them out and pop them in the fridge to eat that day, or keep them stored in the freezer in a sealed Tupperware box so that they last longer and you have an emergency sweet tooth satisfying snack at the ready for whenever you need it!
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