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  1. Agnes

    Hmmm coconut flour…. I can eat that. I didn’t even realise there was such a thing. I can’t believe I’m getting food ideas from your blog – will wonders never cease??!

  2. GirlonRaw

    Is coconut flour the same as desiccated coconut? you know me a coconut baby.

  3. Johanna GGG

    hey I came across a new word today that seems to synchronise with your post – proteinaceous – I think it is what you get when you protify food

    I also bought sunflower seed butter today – though am a bit dubious about it because I love peanut butter made with 100% peanuts – and this one (eskal?) has sugar and salt an all that stuff! More synchronicity!

    But I just don’t have any protein powder – I am sure I get enough protein without it – maybe it is all that tofu and legumes etc

  4. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    My darling Hannah…normal is overrated! Spy poses are not! ;)

  5. leaf (the indolent cook)

    I would totally devour this after my martial arts training. Yum yum!

  6. Three-Cookies

    The recipe sounds interesting, it contains ingredients I don’t have unfortunately.

    “to magically become half-empty in the space of fifteen minutes, and for my stomach to become correlatively half-full”. And you have discovered that the jar and your stomach are the same size.

  7. Kath Lockett

    I’ve never used protein powder…. wonder if it’s available here….

  8. juniakk @ mis pensamientos

    whoohoo for #vegan #healthy delicious cookiebites!!! i love sunbutter and sunwarrior protein powder! GO YOU! :D

  9. Emma

    Protein powder creeps me out to the max, because my parents would always make a “drink” in the morning filled with all sorts of nasty healthy stuff. I was always bothered by them talking about having their “drink.” Time for your “drink!” In my mind, the air quotes exist around that word always. On occasion I would drink some (of my “drink”) and want to barf. However, I’m sure there’s way better protein powder out there nowadays, including some that doesn’t even taste too much like chalk! Yay!

    These sound like something I would be willing to try, but I do get plenty o’ protein. I don’t get enough showing off my guns while posing as a sculpture. I do think September 21st hasn’t been very bad thus far. I don’t think I’d like Stevia. I do like the spelling of savory savoooooooooooooury.

    Okay, enough. To sum up, I would “drink” these down!

  10. Errign

    I like your iherb note :)

    Do you think subbing another flour would be okay? I want to make these!

    I concur with your statement about being normal – totally overrated! We would so be friends in real life – I’d even bring you bananas.

  11. Lauren

    I would propose a cookie exchange, except I believe there is absolutely nothing (mail-able) in Taiwan that you couldn’t get in Australia. Famous dumplings, cilantro-ice cream-peanut rolls, and papaya milk — all things that would make the mailman very unhappy. But if you ever think of something you’d like, it shall be on.

  12. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    Ohhhh… I love dough balls! I just ate my last Biscoff ball. I bet these would be tasty with Biscoff though… hmmm… airplane snack #2?!

  13. hungryandfrozen

    I love how in the last picture, the cookie looks so pleased with its own deliciousness that it has started dribbling chocolate everywhere. Good thing you had the foresight to sit him on a plate (I don’t usually go round assigning gender to anything, let alone cookies, but it just seems like a ‘he’.)

    I’m pretty sure you are directly responsible for my own nut butter addiction – thank you! :D

  14. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    protified – love it. I’m stealing it for when I talk to clients – “you need to protify your lunch”…totally works!
    Heidi xo

  15. Anna Johnston

    WOWZA, how freakin good do these look? I want one, any left overs? Cool pics too, love the ooozy chocolate. YUMMO!!!! Reminds me of my visit to the US years ago, chowing down on dough with the kids who didnt make it to the cooking stage. Soooooo good!

  16. Sig

    Um yum. I like anything in ball form. Oh yes – I do.

    I’d make these straight away but they won’t be vegan – I have heard of Sunwarrior protein powder and Stevia (such is the influence of the blogging world!), but where in the world can we get them here in Aus??

    PS – You know I just bought 1kg worth of coconut flour because I saw one recipe on a blog. I looked at it all and was thinking WTF am I going to do with it all. So thank you :D

  17. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    “Deliciousness with a side of healthiness” = my dream for the world :)

    I have never used coconut flour or protein powder, but I now foresee an introduction to both. This recipe looks incredibly amazing and scrumptious and like it might assist me with my own protein under-consumption tendencies!

  18. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    NOMS! I wouldn’t have thought to try microwaving these, but as I’m not anti-microwave, I may have to try making these just TO microwave them… ::evil grin:: Depends on the size of your balls, indeed.

  19. Nic@diningwithastud

    YUM! I’ve never used coconut flour before. Love coconut though. Can you taste it or it just tatstes like regular flour?

  20. Margaret

    You adorable creature!! Yes yes, I do think a microwave is the devil’s plaything! Followed closely by sugar and grains!
    Do you make your own sunflower seed butter? The only Australian brand I know of contains sugar.
    I’ve seen that white chocolate peanut butter on iherb. It looks deliciously evil!

  21. K

    Toby has that protein so am going to make these, thanks!!!!!

  22. Alisa Fleming

    Normal is highly over-rated. That said, any recipe that starts with “cookie dough” should be the norm in my opinion! I think I’d still go with raw (not a fan of melty choc chips), but really, had never thought about baking protein bites!

  23. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    Those look mighty tasty!

  24. Lisa @ Allergy Free Vintage Cookery

    These look amazing! I think I would be in danger of eating the entire batch in one sitting :) Would you be interested in linking them to my new link party, Allergy Friendly Lunchbox Love? The party goes live tomorrow morning (Friday) at 6am at http://allergyfreecookery.blogspot.com. Hope to see you there!

    Lisa @ Allergy Free Vintage Cookery

  25. Lexi

    I have a confession. I don’t like cookie dough, no matter what size the balls.

    I still want to eat one of these, though.

  26. whisperinggums

    So glad you find the world hilarious (mostly). Good way to go I reckon.

  27. Lisa @ Allergy Free Vintage Cookery

    Thanks for coming to the party :) Can’t wait to try these!

  28. Tammy

    These are fab Hannah! I love that you continue to add raw recipes on your blog.

  29. Hannah

    Mmm, those sound great, especially since I can comfort myself with the excuse that they’re “healthy” after I eat the whole batch in one sitting.

  30. Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga

    These look great! I have a recipe that’s really similar to these. I use PB rather than SFSButter but any nut butter will work. I use coconut flour and Sun Warrior in mine. Great minds think alike! Yours look delish!!!!!

  31. Camille

    Now here is a way in which we are very different: I survive many days on nothing but protein (usually in the form of cheese, cold cuts, or nuts) and sugar (often in the form of chocolate), and my body cries out for Vegetables! Vegetables, please!

    Here’s a story to which you might relate though: when we were kids, for some reason my mom thought my brother and I might not be getting enough protein (I do recall I didn’t much like meat, though this is almost certainly because it was always overcooked, but still thought vegetarians were lucky, except for the whole eating more vegetables part – ah, the logic of childhood) so she bought us these Mighty Mouse chewable protein pills. They were vanilla flavored and kind of chalky – it was kind of like eating the inside of a malted milk ball. We ADORED them. In fact, I think the whole plan sort of backfired, because we loved them so much, and asked for them all the time, at which point my mom realized we should probably not be getting our protein in what was essentially candy form. Good times.

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  33. K

    I skipped the coconut flour and used maple syrup and pb but these were still great. Thanks for sharing. Btw, I just blogged my adaption.

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