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NO BAKE OREO INSPIRED PROTEIN COOKIES
Often find yourself craving something sweet or salty? There are a few ways to outsmart those intense feelings to eat without sabotaging your health.
- 2 Nuzest Peanut butter & Chocolate Clean Lean Protein bars
- 2 Servings Nuzest Rich Chocolate Kids Good Stuff
- 1 Tbsp coconut oil
- 1 Tsp tahini paste
- 1/3 Cup coconut butter (not coconut oil)
- 1 Tsp tahini paste
- 1 Tsp vanilla extract
- 1 Tsp coconut oil
- 1.5 Tbsp Monk Fruit syrup
Recipe by Charissa & Co.
Often find yourself craving something sweet or salty?
There are a few ways to outsmart those intense feelings to eat without sabotaging your health.
I love finding ways to outsmart those food cravings….
That craving hit you get works in a system:
Usually you get the urge (the craving), followed by the behaviour (finding a food that satisfies that craving). Then, you get the reward (eating the food you wanted). That last part is accompanied by a release of dopamine, giving your brain a “hit” of pleasure
Cravings are often brought on by environmental cues such as your direct environment ie. home, office, sight, smell, taste, or even the company you are in, your support system or network around you.
Therefore by tracking when and where your cravings occur can help you figure out what triggers them. Then from there, you can adjust your environment and habits to disrupt the cycle.
In your food processor add all the ingredients for the cookie dough and blend until a dough like consistency is reached. Roll out your dough and start cutting out your circled cookies.
Place the cookies in the freezer to set for at least 20min, whilst making your filling.
Remove the cookies from the freezer and start filling your cookies with the creamy vanilla centre.
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