Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Super Chocolate Fudge Cookies

I think I have come up with the softest chocolate cookie recipe ever!! Seriously, these cookies are like eating fudge!
No further intro is needed.  Just in case you were wondering though...yes, they are still good for you! Let's get baking!

Chocolate protein powder, sugar free fat free chocolate pudding mix, plain nonfat greek yogurt, egg substitute, canned pumpkin, vanilla, baking powder, chocolate chips, and sweetener if you wish.

You know these are going to be super chocolatey with two powdered chocolate ingredients!
No fanciness with this recipe.  Just mix all the ingredients in a bowl!! 
It is looking delicious already.  So thick!!
It is absolutely ok to lick the spoon at this point...quality control is very important.  We want to be sure our batter is sweet enough, right?

Don't forget the chocolate chips!!
Add as much or as little as you like. You could leave them out but I am going for SUPER chocolate cookies this time!

The batter is pretty sticky so you will want to use parchment or a silicon baking mat.  If you don't have either, nonstick spray should work. Just drop the batter onto your cookie sheet.
I got 9 cookies! The best part? You will be able to eat them all for under 300 calories! No lie...

Bake at 350 for about 15-18 minutes.  
Goodness gracious!! The chocolate smell coming from these cookies is heaven! Seriously, I am pretty sure this is what heaven smells like.  At least I hope it does!

I didn't even wait for them to cool.  I may have burnt my tongue a bit, but it was totally worth it!
It is like eating ooey, gooey, warm chocolate fudge!! Without the guilt because these cookies are actually healthy! Each one is only 33 calories! The whole batch is packing over 30 grams of protein too! Pre or post workout cookies?! I think so!
I am not sorry to say that this first batch is already gone!!! 
And the hubby didn't even get one bite...sorry!
No worries though, these are going to be made quite frequently! Remember, you can always double or triple the recipe!! :)

Super Chocolate Fudge Cookies
  • 1 scoop chocolate protein powder (30g)
  • 1/4 package sugar free fat free chocolate pudding mix (11g)
  • 3 T egg substitute (46g)
  • 2 T plain nonfat greek yogurt (30g)
  • 1/2 c canned pumpkin (120g)
  • 1/2 t vanilla
  • 1/2 t baking powder
  • 1 T chocolate chips

1. Mix everything together until smooth.
2. Drop batter onto cookie sheet (use nonstick spray, parchment, or silicon baking mat)
3. Bake at 350 for 15-18 minutes.
4. Eat the whole batch at once!

Makes 9 cookies - 33 calories each
293 calories for the entire batch
6g Fat
32g Carb
31g Protein


  1. Oh my lawd! Making these ASAP!!!!!! Thank you!! 🙌😘

    1. I hope they meet your expectations!!!!

  2. can you sub the pumpkin for mashed banana or appelsauce?

    1. You can, but they wont have quite the same texture. And banana has a very strong flavor so they will taste very bananay... Steamed and mashed sweet potato is a great sub!

  3. Can you use regular yogurt instead of greek yogurt? Thanks these look yummy!

    1. Should work!! Might want to add a little bit more pudding mix since regular yogurt is not as thick as greek :)

  4. is pure protein chocolate an ok baking protein?

    1. I actually never tried baking with that brand. Let me know if you try it! Should work!