Healthy Red Velvet Cookie Dough Dip
This Red Velvet Cookie Dough Dip is deliciously sweet and chocolatey, ultra thick and fudgy, and totally rich and addictive. One spoonful and you’d never believe that it’s actually good for you.
Yup, I said it. This dip is GOOD FOR YOU!
This Healthy Red Velvet Cookie Dough Dip is not only safe to eat raw (yup, no eggs here), but it’s all natural too (no artificial food coloring whatsoever)! Plus, it’s sugar free, high protein, whole grain, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan.
Trust me, it sure doesn’t taste like it. This dip tastes like sin. PURE SIN I TELL YOU.
So, if you’re in the mood for decadence without the sugar, butter, and guilt, then this Healthy Red Velvet Cookie Dough Dip is for you. It’s sweet, it’s rich, it’s full of flavor… it doesn’t taste nutritious in the slightest way possible.
Oh, and you’re in for a real surprise when you read this recipe’s ingredient list. Can you guess the secret ingredient?
Healthy Red Velvet Cookie Dough Dip
- 1 15oz can Kidney Beans (drained and rinsed well!)
- ¾ cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
- ½ cup Roasted Beet Puree (see this post for directions)
- ⅓ cup Roasted Almond Butter
- 1 tbs Vanilla Paste
- 1 tbs Natural Butter Flavor
- 1¼ tsp Liquid Stevia Extract
- 105g (5 scoops) Chocolate Brown Rice Protein Powder
- ⅔ cup Oat Flour
- 2 tbs Ground Flaxseed
- In a blender or food processor (I used my Vitamix), add the beans, milk, beet puree, almond butter, vanilla paste, butter flavor, and stevia extract. Puree until completely smooth. Pour into a large bowl.
- To the bowl, add the protein powder, oat flour, and flaxseed. Whisk together until completely combined.
- Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. Serve the next day with graham crackers, animal crackers, chocolate crackers, fresh fruit, chocolate squares, or spoons alone!
Say WHHAAAAAAT?? A Red Velvet Cookie Dough Dip packed with a whopping 20g of protein, 7g of fiber, and NONE of the added sugar??
I’ll take it. I’ll take it ALL, thank you very much 😉
Oh, and guess what. This Healthy Red Velvet Cookie Dough Dip is eggless. No eggs = lick the spoon (and bowl) all you want! Now if that’s not winning at life, I don’t know what is…
Can you believe it? There’s A VEGETABLE in our dessert! But don’t be scared, you don’t taste it. I absolutely despise the flavor of beets and I didn’t taste them one bit in this. This Healthy Red Velvet Cookie Dough Dip tastes just like any other cookie dough dip — it’s sugary sweet (but without the refined white sugar), it’s buttery rich (without the hormone-filled butter), and it’s fudgy and doughy in texture (but without the bleached white flour).
I am honestly kinda shocked at how addicting this dip is. I could most definitely eat this stuff for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. For a week straight. Maybe even 2 weeks. 😉
I could NOT stop eating it. Whether it was with graham crackers or all by itself with
my finger a spoon… it’s just SO. GOOD.
Thankfully, this dip is 100% healthy and nutritious, unlike the typical unhealthy recipes floating around the internet. Just check out the recipe’s nutrition label above!
Do today right and make this Healthy Red Velvet Cookie Dough Dip for yourself. Because every day should involve some sort of healthy dessert 🙂
With love and good eats,
Wow, I would not have guessed that there would be kidney beans in this recipe – it looks super tasty!
TOTALLY a great improvement! I am so excited – especially to find the protein in this!
Beans and beets? I know what I’m eating for lunch 🙂
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My mouth got so wet just looking at this. Awesome and unique idea.
OK I have to make this. I’m a closet cookie dough monster!
YUM YUM YUM. And did I mention yum?! Anyways, in all seriousness, I love the look of this recipe! Definitely something I want to try soon! How many servings does this recipe make? It looks like three or four!
Awww thank you so much!! I hope you try it and LOVE LOVE LOVE it!! The recipe yield is in the yellow ribbon on the top of the recipe box — so this recipe yields ~4 cups, or eight 1/2 cup servings 🙂
(The recipe makes more than what I photographed)
I’m so excited to try this recipe! One question: could sunbather/peanut butter be substituted for the almond butter? It’s the only kind that my dining hall has that I can steal.
Hmmm… I feel like sunbutter and peanut butter are pretty strong flavors and will overpower the chocolate and vanilla flavors. But, then again, a peanut butter cookie dough doesn’t sound half bad sooooo, yes, those can work as substitutes! 🙂
Hope you like the dip!