These chocolate biscuits are very easy to make, and they are very tasty. For that we want to warn you immediately, because they are almost too good to leave! 
 
Read the whole recipe quickly. 

These chocolate biscuits are delicious to bake for yourself, delicious as a protein-rich snack for in between but also for when you are having visitors. 
 
By letting the biscuits cool down after baking in the oven, they become crunchy! That's exactly what you want when you fancy a chocolate biscuit, right?   
 
On our website you can find several protein-rich snack recipes for the meantime. After making this recipe, you can also try our protein-rich peanut butter biscuits. The real peanut butter enthusiast is very happy with this!  

Ingredients

  • 60 grams Oatmeal  
  • 60 grams almond Flour  
  • 25 grams Mixed Nuts  
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 scoop Fit Green Protein vanilla or chocolate
  • 40 grams of dark chocolate (85%)  
  • 1 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder  
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon  
  • 3 large dates (without pit)  
  • 20 grams coconut oil  
  • 50 ml unsweetened almond or oat milk

Preparation

1. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees.  
 
2. Let the dates for 10 minutes soak in hot water. Then drain and mush the dates as finely as possible with a fork.   
Tip: Pour a little hot water here during the mushing so that it forms a sticky whole.  
  
3. Chop the chocolate and nuts into very delicate pieces and mix with the rest of the dry ingredients.  

4. Add the melted coconut oil, the vegetable milk and the date puree. Knead this well together with your hands.  

5. Now divide the cookie dough into 10 piles and knead the dough individually between your hands up to 10 compact spheres.   
 
6. Lined a baking sheet with baking paper and place the balls dough on top of it.   

7. Use the underside of a spoon to gently push the spheres down for half. Like this you give the cookie shape.    
 
8. Now place the baking sheet in the oven for 20 minutes.  

9.Then let the chocolate biscuits cool down a little, so they become crunchy.   

10. Keep the biscuits in a sealed container, to keep them extra long!  

Nutritional value per biscuit (1/10)

  • Energy-Kcal: 160.35 
  • Fats: 8,65g 
  • Carbohydrates: 13,29g 
  • Fiber: 2,73g 
  • Proteins: 4,93g 

In collaboration with Healthy Wanderlust.