Double Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies – Make Your Own Today!

That’s right…Double Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies…who said eating healthy had to be boring! Double chocolate chip are a classic cookie treat flavour that never disappoints. However, as we know, the shop bought cookies are often filled with lots of added junk ingredients that are not very good for us. Do not fear! As I’m going to take you through my macro friendly recipe which will allow you to make your own today with an added protein boost.

My Macro Snacks Double Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies is a quick and easy recipe that I have created, allowing you to enjoy chocolate chip cookies again without having the guilt of ruining your diet. (Eating chocolate without feeling guilty is a winner in my opinion!).

They’re high in protein and low in sugar which is perfect for curbing any cravings without causing any sugar spikes and further cravings…this usually results in bingeing on bad foods. They have a soft, chewy texture with a dark chocolate kick when you bite into the chocolate chips. These really are the ultimate guilt free chocolate packed protein cookies!

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What You Will Need:

  • Mixing Bowl
  • Baking Tray
  • Baking Paper


  • Wholegrain Oats – 200g
  • Dark Chocolate Chips – 50g (I used ‘Dr. Oetker’s’ 70% extra dark chocolate chunks)
  • Protein Powder – 100g (I used ‘Grenade’s’ Hydra 6 chocolate flavour)
  • Cocoa Powder – 10g
  • Egg – 1 Whole
  • Almond Milk – 250ml (You can use an alternative milk product if preferred)


  1. Add the oats, dark chocolate chips, protein powder, cocoa powder and the egg into a bowl and mix them all together. Slowly add the almond milk whilst continuing to mix the ingredients together until a batter like mixture is formed. This will be your cookie dough.
  2. Prepare a baking tray by lining it with some baking paper. You can either place your cookie dough directly onto the paper or you can use a low-calorie oil spray to slightly coat the baking paper. Either way the cookies shouldn’t stick to the paper once they’re baked.
  3. For the next step you’ll have to get your hands stuck in as we form the cookies. If needed, dampen your hands with a little water to prevent the cookie dough from sticking to your hands too much and begin to roll out and press the cookies onto the baking tray. This mixture should yield 10 cookies.
  4. Once the baking tray is loaded with the cookie dough, place them into the oven at gas mark 6 or 200⁰C for 20-30 minutes, or until they begin to brown. When they are cooked let them cool for a little then tuck in! (Don’t forget to freeze these to use for another time or incorporate into your meal prep).

Calories And Macronutrients Per Cookie:

  • 153 Calories
  • 4.9g Fat
  • 1.9g Sat Fat
  • 14.4g Carbs
  • 2.5g Sugar
  • 2.4g Fibre
  • 12.1g Protein

Get Making!

Now that you have my Macro Snacks recipe, what are you waiting for! Let me know how you get on in the comments below.

(Calories and macros may vary depending on the type and brand of products used).

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