Saturday, 19 January 2013

Low Carb Cookie Dough

Posted by Jilly Mabbitt at 20:57

So this is probably one of my favourite recipes - mainly because it's ready in about 3 minutes, so it's a really quick fix when you have a sweet craving.

I was inspired to make this by the Cookie Dough dessert you get at Pizza Hut - the warm half baked cookie dough with a dollop of ice cream in the middle - an indulgent pudding for two, that I used to always devour by myself.

And, with this recipe, you can now do the same without putting on any weight!

All it takes is:
2 tablespoons of butter
4 tablespoons of splenda
a few drops of vanilla extract
chopped up sugar-free chocolate - I use Cavalier Dark Chocolate (it has a much nicer taste than the Balance brand)
2 tablespoons Carbalose flour 
5 tablespoons ground almonds

The Splenda, Cavalier chocolate, Carbalose flour and ground almonds can all be bought here

You can, if you want, use just ground almonds and omit the Carbalose flour. You may also need to add more/less flour so that it is not too sticky.

Then you just mix all the ingredients together in a bowl, bung it in the microwave till the chocolate melts and goes all gooey, and then eat it straight away with a dollop of cream or sugar-free ice cream!

You can also just eat the dough raw, or roll it into little balls to make Cookie Dough Ice Cream (just like Ben & Jerry's)

Tastes so naughty...

But it's not.


Kent on 19 January 2013 at 21:07 said...

Sounds awesome!

JillyBakes on 19 January 2013 at 21:22 said...

Thanks Kent!!

Anonymous said...

Made it brill. Just testing this as it would not let me comment last time.

Eight For A Wish on 22 January 2013 at 18:12 said...

What's the nutritional info? Thanks!

Jilly Mabbitt on 23 January 2013 at 15:07 said...

I make it 4.15 net carbs and 398 calories (rough calculations using tablespoons, so may vary) for what is a very large portion! Probably serves two!

Jilly Mabbitt on 23 January 2013 at 15:11 said...

And I use "Lurpak Lightest" which really lowers the calories!

Anonymous said...

I made this but with 3tbsp of Splenda and coconut flour instead of carbulose. Turned out great. I couldn't even eat 1/4. Very filling and hit the spot when looking for something sweet.

Marie on 13 February 2013 at 20:13 said...

I've never heard of Splenda and Carbolose flour---- wish we can get it in South Africa. Sounds Great!!!!

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