Keto Protein Cookie Dough

Keto Refined Sugar-Free Protein Cookie Dough

This Protein Cookie Dough is great for a quick and healthy snack. It's packed with fiber, protein, and healthy fats to satisfy your cravings and prevent future ones. Grab a spoonful of the Protein Cookie Dough whenever you are craving something sweet!

When a craving hits, I love to have healthy alternatives on hand that can satisfy my sweet tooth while providing some nutritional benefits. The Protein Cookie Dough is made with less than five ingredients that you may even have on hand already, and this deliciously sweet treat packs a surprising nutritional punch.

Be Well by Kelly Vanilla protein powder offers up 23 grams plus ~16g of collagen per scoop to increase satiety. Walnuts are one of the best plant-based sources of omega-3 fatty acids, and the fiber and healthy fats promote feelings of fullness and satisfaction. The MCTs in coconut oil can be converted into ketones, which serve as an alternative fuel source for the brain.

It makes for a satisfying snack or dessert that's perfect for when you need a sweet treat with a protein boost. For more sugar-free recipes, check out my favorites below:

Be Well Tip: If you find yourself constantly craving sweets, make sure you're eating balanced meals throughout the day with plenty of protein, healthy fats, and fiber (the Fab 4!). This can help stabilize blood sugar levels and reduce cravings. Increasing your protein intake at breakfast time is an especially important step in regulating your hunger hormones for the entire day. If you are looking for healthy breakfasts - ones that will nourish and fuel but won’t cost an arm and a leg or take half a morning to make - check out my blog post here.

  • Prep Time

    2 minutes

  • Total Time

    10 minutes

  • Freezer Friendly




  1. Add frozen walnuts and coconut oil to a food processor and blend until you create a thick, cookie dough-like consistency.
  2. Transfer the mixture to a resealable bowl. Stir in your chocolate chips and sprinkle salt to taste.
  3. Stir in the freezer for up to two weeks.