Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough “Poptart”

Okay so when I first had an idea for a poptart I really wanted to make a cookie dough one. When I was a freshman in college and still unhealthy I literally had those every dang morning. BEST. FLAVOR. Anyways I couldn’t exactly figure out how I wanted to do it until yesterday! I was anxious all day to make it for dessert. And it’s kind of all I’ve been thinking about today O_O I took one bite and my knees buckled, seriously. My boyfriend seemed worried because I was literally speechless XD It was nothing short of amazing… I have no words. And if anyone is curious, I added the nutritional information up in my fitness pal and for the entire recipe, including the glaze and drizzle, it’s: 325 calories, 8g fat, 50g carbs (22g fiber), and 34g protein. For JUST the poptart base it’s: 225 calories, 7g fat, 42g carbs (21g fiber), and 16g protein.

IMG_5477Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough “Poptart”

Serves: 1

Poptart Base

  •  3 TBSP oat flour (old fashioned rolled oats ground up)
  • 1 TBSP coconut flour
  • 1 TBSP unsweetened applesauce
  • 1 TBSP sugar free syrup
  • 2 TBSP water
  • 15 Vanilla Creme SweetLeaf Stevia drops
  • 1/4 tsp butter extract
  • 1/4 Chocolate Brownie Quest Bar
  • 1 La Tortilla Factory Low Carb/High Fiber tortilla (or favorite tortilla)

Chocolate Protein Glaze

  • 2 TBSP plain greek yogurt
  • 1/2 scoop chocolate whey protein
  • 4-5 stevia drops

 

Cookie Drizzle

  • 1 TBSP plain greek yogurt
  • 1 TBSP sugar free syrup

 

 

First, make your “cookie dough” by mixing the oat flour, coconut flour, applesauce, sugar free syrup, water, stevia, and butter extract. Then, break up 1/4 of a Chocolate Brownie Quest Bar into small “chocolate chip” pieces and swirl it into the dough. Place the dough in the middle of your tortilla; fold all four sides like a poptart. Spray a panini press or countertop grill (I used a grill) with nonstick spray, then press down the poptart base until it starts to brown. Make the chocolate glaze by mixing the three ingredients together; spread on the poptart. Make the cookie drizzle by mixing the yogurt and sugar free syrup together; drizzle on top! IT’S FLAWLESS.

Recipe video HERE


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21 comments

    • KimNo Gravatar says:

      No no, not maple syrup. I use sugar free “breakfast syrup.” It’s in the section of the store where they have pancake syrup, but it’ll say it’s sugar free on it.

  1. ShaiNo Gravatar says:

    Kim, I made this poptart, but I wasn’t pleased with the consistency of the batter. It was really gummy. Where do you think I went wrong? What should I do?

  2. KendraNo Gravatar says:

    I only have sweet leaf regular stevia drops, would those work?
    Also, I have a chocolate chip cookie dough quest bar.. would that work as well?

    • KimNo Gravatar says:

      you can substitute with just water but it will be sliiiightly less sweet. It’ll be okay though :) I haven’t tried but you could also consider subbing it with the same amount of mashed banana.

    • KimNo Gravatar says:

      Yeah! You can just use water or almond milk instead. I think the syrup gives it the perfect flavor, but it’s okay if you sub it!

  3. KymNo Gravatar says:

    This was AMAZING!!!! Omg I can’t believe how exactly like the cookie dough part tart it tasted!!! Only thing I changed was instead of syrup and butter extract I used 1/4 maple extract and 1/4 vanilla extract plus extra T water. Thank you for this awesome recipe! I’ll definitely be making this again! <3

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