Healthy Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip
Do you like Peanut Butter Cookies? Do you like Cookie Dough? Then this Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip recipe is for YOU! It’s so thick, sweet, and rich, you’ll never know it’s actually good for you and made with all healthy ingredients.
What can you dip in this healthy Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip? How about fresh strawberries, sliced apples, Homemade Graham Crackers… and a spoon of course!
Oh, and because it’s eggless, it’s totally safe to eat it raw.
That means it’s spoon-licking time 😉
Or, just use the spoon to ladle it into your mouth. As I did……
So take the edge off and grab a bowl of this (secretly) healthy Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip. Put your feet up and reelaaaaxxxxxxxx, this is some serious comfort food – just the thing you need for a long day of work. In my case, a long day of travel… I just came back from a trip to Billings, Montana. And flights to Billings from Austin, Texas are always connecting flights (the worst). So this dip is mostly what I looked forward to when I came home. Not my couch, not my TV, just a big bowl of cookie dough and some fruit for dippin’ 🙂
This Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip is so fast and easy to make too!
Luckily, it’s comfort food without, ya know, all the unhealthy ingredients. This Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip isn’t unhealthy like storebought cookie dough, this recipe doesn’t have any flour, sugar, butter, shortening (aka trans fats), preservatives, or artificial flavorings… just pure peanut butter goodness!
This surprisingly healthy dip is made of all natural peanut butter and a little secret ingredient that you can’t taste. I swear. Because I hate this “particular ingredient” on its own, and I can eat spoonful after (giant) spoonful of this with a smile from ear to ear, while simultaneously doing a totally embarrassing happy dance around my kitchen.
Thank goodness I’m telling you this on a blog instead of real life, because I bet you’re laughing at me right now. ANYWAYSSSSS…
This Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip is totally breakfast-worthy — it’s that healthy!
I mean, dessert for breakfast? Hell yeah, sign me up!
Healthy Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip without the healthy taste? Yes, puhhhleeease.
Healthy Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip
- 1⅓ cups Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk (or milk of choice)
- one 15oz can Garbanzo Beans (drained and rinsed well!)
- 128g (½ cup) Homemade Low-Calorie Peanut Butter (regular PB works too!)
- 1 tsp Liquid Stevia Extract
- 150g (1¼ cups) Peanut Flour
- 2 tbs Ground Flaxseed
- ¼ tsp Salt
- In a blender or food processor, add all of the ingredients and blend until smooth. Scrape down the sides of the bowl and blend again.
- Give it a taste and add more stevia or salt if you feel it needs it. Scoop mixture into a large bowl and refrigerate covered overnight. Serve and enjoy the next day!
I’m sure I’ve drilled into your head that this dip is healthy, but now I want to show you that it’s healthy too. I calculated the nutrition facts for my recipe, which you can see if you scroll down. Now, compare that to the nutrition label for Land O’Lakes recipe.
WOW. That’s cray cray. This is pretty much what my face looks like every time I look at the Land O’Lakes nutrition label:
(Yes, I love Spongebob)
½ cup of cookie dough should NOT have over 620 calories, 45g of fat, trans fats, and 39g of sugar. Nope.
So make this uber decadent, rich, and delicious Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip. You will eat this by the spoonful. But that’s no problem at all, this delicious dip contains no butter, oil, cream cheese, sugar, flour, eggs, or trans fats. That’s like a win-win… win-win-win-win-win.
Oooo, and if you’re serving this for dessert just top it with dark chocolate chips!
With love and good eats,
Funny thing is, your blog and Pinterest pages are the only ones I follow on a regular basis (love it!!) and I made truffles similar to this a few weeks ago, and earlier this week skipped the ball-shape and just made it like a dip. I was wondering why I haven’t seen something similar from you yet!
This led to experiments with black beans and cocoa powder and some protein powder for a brownie dip, which I definitely recommend you try as well 🙂
Awww thanks Ellen! That totally just made my morning 🙂
I’ve made a Brownie Dip before and absolutely love it. Sooo chocolatey and delicious!
You are amazing! hahaha cookie dough + peanut butter are probably the two best tasting foods ever and you just put them together! Yum! 🙂
First off, totally have the same spongebob expression when something is sooooo unhealthy! Second off – you go girl for rockin’ the recipe!
Kira @ The Healthable Old Soul-
Haha thanks! Glad you like the Spongebob pics 😉
(LOVE THAT SHOW)
I just made this and I LOVEEE it!! I had to adapt the recipe though, because I didn’t have a few of the ingredients. So i switched the sugar/ almond milk for applesauce and the peanut flour for oat flour and it worked out perfectly!! Your a recipe genius !
YAY I’m so glad you got a chance to try the recipe! I’m glad those substitutes worked out for you 😀
This looks a bit dangerously delicious. I might have to definitely NOT order peanut flour or stevia extract just in case I make this and eat the whole batch in one sitting:D
Hahaha! I wouldn’t worry about that, this cookie dough dip is pretty darn filling from all the fiber, protein and healthy fats 🙂
Will there be a difference in the overall volume of the recipe if using a tsp of liquid stevia as opposed to the cup of dry stevia?
It depends on what kind of stevia you use. Stevia in the Raw dissolves really easily into mixtures like this, so it shouldn’t make too big of a difference… but if you have a granulated stevia, one that has the texture of real sugar, you’ll most likely need to add a little bit more peanut butter to help it dissolve. Hope this helps! 🙂
Just got done making this! Soo good! And I made the low cal pb that you used for the recipe too! Does it thicken in the fridge? Bc mine isn’t as thick as yours is in the picture.
Recently found your blog and am loving it. I am currently reading a few recipes that call
For peanut butter. I am just curious why you don’t use powdered peanut butter in place of natural peanut butter?
this looks great! instead of the stevia, could i use Erythritol instead? I can’t use stevia, due to an autoimmune disease, i usually have powdered and granulated Erythritol on hand though.
I haven’t tried using erythritol for this recipe, but it should work!! I’d recommend using powdered erythritol so it doesn’t turn out gritty. I’d start with ¾ cup, then increase according to your taste 🙂