So, I just want to go ahead and give the disclaimer as I begin making more recipes that I really want recipes to be out of my own head. There are going to be some duplications just because there are classic recipes that I want people to know that are good macro friendly desserts, zuchinni breads, mug cakes, etc but the last thing that I want to do is copy recipes. That would be silly. :) I hope that you'll appreciate that, but also I will let you know if I think that something should be added or changed, as I'm not going to be honest about my opinions of my own recipes. As I continue to do this more, I'll of course maybe re-make something and have that add on. If it sucks, I won't share it. HA! But, I also think it's okay to share some things that are delicious but may not look like the most perfectly crafted food platter or might taste a little off, but looks awesome on the table! haha! I THINK YOU GET MY POINT! I'm also not sure about this ingredient then you click on directions to see them. What do you guys think? Like it? Hate it? I'd love feedback! Today's recipe is a chocolate chip protein cookie!! Let's begin!! INGREDIENTS DIRECTIONS 2 EGG WHITES 1 CUP COCONUT FLOUR 1 SCOOP JAMIE EASON CHOCOLATE WHEY (ANY CHOCOLATE WHEY IS FINE) 2 EGG WHITES 1 / 4 CUP MINI CHOCOLATE CHIPS 2 WHOLE EGGS 1/4 CUP PLAIN GREEK YOGURT 1 / 4 CUP MINI CHOCOLATE CHIPS 1 TEASPOON BAKING POWDER 1/4 CUP UNSWEETENED APPLE SAUCE 2 TABLESPOONS BAKING STEVIA 1 TEASPOON BAKING POWDER 2 TABLESPOONS BUTTER OPTIONAL (but not really) TURN OVEN TO 350 BAKE FOR 10 MINUTES The one change that I would make is to add 1-2 tablespoons of margarine if you do it. I should have done that, and it wouldn't be as dry! Also, the ice cream is not optional. hehe! But it really did make it so good, as this is a definite low macro, tastes like low macro treat! :) Half the recipe to turn it into a big nighttime snack for one as it's super easy! For some substitutions, you could do regular sugar or none at all. I use coconut flour because that's what I had on hand, but it also gives it a great flavor but any flour that you have would be totally fine in this! This is for 1/8 of the entire skillet! :) ENJOY!!