Quick and Tasty Chocolate Protein Kodiak Cookies
These Chocolate Kodiak Cake cookies only have 2 ingredients, 20 Calories and 2 grams of protein!
Another low calorie cookie recipe coming at you today! This is from my aunt who is so great at experimenting in the kitchen with healthier options for treats! I tried these cookies after she sent me the recipe, and they are perfect! Not too sweet, but just right! (for a chocolate smoothie, check out this recipe!)
Each cookie has 19 calories, 2 g protein, 3 g carbs and 0 fat!
Chocolate Kodiak Cookies
- 1/2 C Kodiak Power Cake mix dark chocolate flavor
- 1/2 C Greek yogurt Plain nonfat
- 2 squirts 0 calorie sweetener
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Mix ingredients together
- Drop by teaspoons on greased cookie
- Bake 6-7 minutes, or until cooked through. Makes 12 mini cookies
So, if you’re counting calories, and still need a treat- try this one!
Could you make this with a non-dairy yogurt?
Hi Haley, I don’t think it would turn out the same with non-dairy yogurt.
What’s the best way to store these tasty treats? Fridge b/c of the yogurt?
After they are cooked, I just leave them in an air tight container on the counter.
It sounds simple but fun to make – and to eat!:)
This is so simple and the cookies look delicious. I’m making this for sure. Thanks!
Love these healthy cookies!
This is the perfect protein-packed snack! Going to make these for our next camping trip!
Can you use regular Kodak mix and add Hershey’s natural cocoa?
I bet you could!! that’s a fabulous idea.
What would be the ratio if using cocoa powder?
I wouldn’t change anything. I would just add 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder to the full batch!
I was wondering the same. Let me know if you try it
Amazing that these are only 20 calories!!!
Only 19 calories? Wow! This was crazy delicious!
These cookies are so easy to make and so delicious! I love that they are so low in calories too!
Oat flour wouldn’t have the same ability to rise- you might just get a dense nugget, rather than have it be more “cakier”
What can you substitute for the cake mix? We don’t have this in Australia!
It’s just pancake mix with some protein. Do you have any pancake mix that has protein powder in it?
I can’t believe there’s this much yumminess with only 20 calories! SO worth it.
Would it taste ok without the squirts of sweetener?
Hi, these sound great for my kiddos. What is the purpose of the Xanthum gum?
I like to keep my ingredients pure and natural, and I’ve heard of Xanthum gum, but I’m not sure of it’s purpose.
Also, do these taste “eggy”?
I don’t think there is Xanthum gum in this recipe, or kodiak mix. Is it here somewhere?
If you like dark chocolate foods, yes! You don’t need it.
Great with peanut butter on top!