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Healthy Cookie Dough II Guilt-free Dessert – Vegan, Gluten free, Refined Sugar Free and Grain-Free



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  1. Just a tip: when your showing the ingredients your using please donโ€™t shake it/ move it/ twist it- in front of the camera. We are trying to read the label/brand and canโ€™t do that when itโ€™s moving. Just keep it still and allow us to screenshot or pause the video to get the details. Thanks ! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Just so hall know, white beans work instead of chickpeas and I like white beans better because the flavor is more subtle and you can hardly taste them

  3. Commenting twice this week on one of your videos but this recipe is just bomb! It tastes so delish!!!! Thank you for sharing ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  4. I did try the recipe and I have to tell, I tried it juste after making it and I didn't really liked it, but then the second day it was delish !!! really recommend it, and don't forget it's soo much better the next day, it really tastes like a cookie dough, love it !!!

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  6. I made this today! The consistency was spot on for cookie dough, but the taste wasnโ€™t as close as I would have liked. I wonder if the brand matters? Mine still had that chickpea taste and not really the same sweetness. Definitely going to keep having a play with it though – I can see it being so good! Thanks for the idea lovely!

  7. I've tried and changed some cookie dough recipes as well and I found what works best for me (I don't have a food processor, just a hand-blender stick thing) is: a can of white beans, 25g raw cacao powder or peanut flour, some maple syrup and a dash of plant milk to blend. It's more like edible cake batter XD

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