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The title of this recipe probably shocks you. This is a cheater title- sorry- I am not giving you a recipe that is chock full of wheat flour and sugar. Staying true to my naturopathic ways, I am presenting you with a knock off cookie dough recipe that has no sugar, no grains, and no junk. But don’t worry! It DOES have flavor.

I am a little late to the blended cottage cheese craze. I am hoping that you are, too, and that you think I am a genius that came up with this creative way to eat cottage cheese. In reality, I have seen these recipes all over the internet and have been blended cottage cheese curious for months now.

I also crave sweets once in a while and thought, what the heck, I’d give this blended cottage cheese thing a go.

I have seen it blended with frozen fruit and a bit of honey or maple syrup and blended with protein powder and topped with fruit and nuts to make a kind of smoothie bowl. But I really wanted a dessert that I could chew, so cookie “dough” it is.


  • 1 cup cottage cheese
  • 1 scoop chocolate protein powder (I use Active Stacks)
  • ⅔ cup almond flour
  • 2 T honey or maple syrup (OPTIONAL: if your protein powder is unsweetened. If it is, taste first before you add more sweetener and decide how much you want to use)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • Chocolate chips (optional)


Put the cottage cheese in a high speed blender. Add in the sweetener, if using, and vanilla extract and blend it until smooth.Move the mixture into a bowl and stir in the protein powder and almond flour. Mix in the chocolate chips. At this point, it is ready to eat, but I wet my hands to prevent it from sticking and rolled the dough into six balls and put them into a sealed tupperware, and then froze them. I keep them in the freezer and, when I want one, I pull it out and let it defrost for just a few minutes. It’s a frozen cookie dough ball!

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