FMTV - Choc Chip Super Dough

Choc Chip Super Dough

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Series: Comfort Foods Made Healthy | Episode: 8 | Runtime: 14m 55s | Release date: 2017

You may need to pinch yourself out of Ben & Jerry heaven that you can actually have your cookie dough and eat it too – raw, without worry! The main ingredient may surprise you – it is definitely a secret ingredient that you will need to taste (or not taste) to believe. This Super dough is so full of nutrient-rich goodness and delicious flavor in one. Best of all, you don’t need to wait for them to bake!

Serves: 12

Why It's Good For You:

These are excellent snacks for athletes or kids who do a lot of sport as they are loaded with superfoods and fiber to help provide nutrients and balance the blood sugar absorption.

Featuring:
Ashley Jubinville

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Bethany Swanson | 8 months, 1 week ago
Eager to try this - for the rice malt syrup, if I don't have that on hand, would more syrup be ok or does it need to be sticky?
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 8 months ago
Hi Bethany, we would recommend using some dates as a substitute as they have a similar toffee taste to the rice malt syrup and will still give it that sticky texture :) Honey & coconut sugar are great sweetener alternatives also. We hope you enjoy the recipe and let us know how it turns out :) Enjoy! ~ Iris
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Rose Barnett | 1 year, 4 months ago
I will make this in the next week or so as well as the brownie for the kids to try would be fantastic for my daughter to take to kinder on her days at school 😁
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Missy | 1 year, 11 months ago
ahh .. guess I'm out no lentils or nuts .. scrappy.. lol!
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 1 year, 11 months ago
Hi Missy, you can try and use chickpeas as an alternative to lentils. As for the nuts, you may choose to use any of the following oils: coconut, flax, non-toasted sesame etc., or a combo :) Hope this helps. Enjoy! ~ Iris
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Ashley Jubinville | 1 year, 10 months ago
Thank you Iris! Missy, give those alternatives a try - I would love to know how they go? Ashley x
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Shirley Higgins | 1 year, 7 months ago
Was thinking same thing about the lentils - will try with chick peas - wondering if could use pinto or butter beans?
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Ashley Jubinville | 1 year, 6 months ago
Shirley - how did you go without lentils? ~Ashley
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