Crack Cookies!

Sometimes we just want a little treat. I have to admit that using my Plexus supplements and eating a low carb high plant based diet, I rarely crave sweets. When I was a kid, I loved the Tollhouse cookies even know not a huge sweet eater. I have a fun recipe for a low carb sugar free version (well maybe a tenth of a gram of sugar per cookie) that is AMAZING! I am calling them CRACK COOKIES!!!
The ingredients are simple:
2 cups Carbquik low carb baking mix (available on Amazon)
1/2 bag of Hersheys sugar free chocolate chips
1 Atkins Triple Chocolate bar
1 bag Atkins peanut M and M’s
1/2 cup chopped pecans
1 tbsp Vanilla extract

1 egg
1tbsp Canola oil
5 tbsp Stevia powder
3/4 cup water

Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees.

Take these ingredients- the Atkins bar and candy and the pecans and put into a Ziploc bag and crush up together,

The finished product will look like this:

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Then in a mixing bowl combine all ingredients except the chocolate chips and contents of baggy and mix well until it is a thick batter.  Some may need a little less water so add it a little at a time and just kind of judge consistency.

Than mix in chips and baggy contents.  It will look like this:

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Next take two cookie sheets and spray with cooking spray and place teaspoon sized spoonfuls about 1/2″ apart.  You should get 15 cookies per sheet.  Bake for 10-15 minutes until top golden brown!  Let cool and enjoy!

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For a batch of 30 cookies- here is the nutrition info!

Each cookie has 60 calories, 1 gram of carbs, 3 grams of fat, 4 grams of protein, and 4 grams of fiber!  I have a hard time limiting my husband and son to 4 at a time!!!

Enjoy!!!

XOXO

Erin

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