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My Vegan Protein Cookies Review

A few months ago I ordered a large haul from My Protein. I have just about finished that haul, so it won’t be long before I choose some of my favourites again, yay. I have just about finished my plant-based baked protein cookies, so it’s time for me to review them on my blog.

If you have seen my social media you may have noticed I have been on a fitness journey, so I am finding foods that fit well in my lifestyle. Check out my post on losing 40lbs.

So what are My Vegan baked protein cookies?

We all know baked cookies that you can get in the freshly baked section in supermarkets, well these are pretty similar to that in both calories and size but the difference being they is less sugar and more protein. They come in 3 mouth-watering flavours and have no artificial sweeteners.

The 3 flavours include choc chip (my favourite), double chocolate and salted caramel.

How many calories per cookie?

The cookies contain 289 calories and have 13g of protein. I have looked at similar size cookies from supermarkets and they are around the same bracket; calorie-wise. These sound great if you want to have a sweet treat but also have a little extra protein.

my vegan protein baked cookies

My thoughts on them?

At first, I really enjoyed these cookies, especially with a cup of tea but the more I had them the taste felt dry and a little fake. They do taste so much better if you pop them in the micro for about 30 seconds and have a side of ice cream and vanilla yoghurt.

The texture is a bit thicker than you would expect on a freshly baked cookie but saying that it isn’t horrible or anything. As I said above it’s best with a hot drink.

Out of all flavours, I have tried, choc chip has to be my favourite and more like its cookie counterparts.

So would you buy them again?

hmm, this I am not sure about to be honest, maybe? I might if i fancy a sweet treat with a kick of protein but apart from that maybe not but knowing me probably haha

They cost ยฃ18.99 for a box of 12 cookies but if you are a bargain hunter like me, they are usually on offer, so look out for their deals and save those pennies!

Check them out on MyVegan

Until next time

Mel

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12 Comments

  1. They are yummy protein cookies!

  2. This cookie looks delicious and healthy. Reading your review makes me want to try it. Thank you for sharing.

  3. This vegan protein cookies are appealing. I usually do not like the taste of protein bars or cookies. I visited the company’s website link on your blog to check out the ingredients in this cookie. Never heard of oats syrup, but sounds interesting to me. The company carries a variety of vegan products and flavors. Thanks for sharing your review.

  4. Great review sweetie!

    Danielle | thereluctantblogger.co.uk

  5. Ohh I do love a good cookie and the fact these have extra protein in them as well sounds incredible.

  6. I am intrigued by the sounds of these cookies and love that you can get them in a box of twelve! As a chocolate chip lover, that would be the first one I try. Thanks for sharing!

  7. cookies with tea is my favorite or coffee for me haha. But I can’t eat a lot because I would need to bun more calories.

  8. I’ve tried similar vegan cookies and never really got into them because I also found the taste a little odd (almost fake like you described here). I think if someone needs a bit of extra protein it’s not a bad way to get it once in a while. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  9. These sound perfect for me for my mid day snack. Love the 13 grams of protein to hold me over ๐Ÿ˜‰ Checking them out next!

  10. These sound like some really good cookies! I love that they are vegan and give you a boost of protein, I think we all need that at times.

  11. Smart to suggest the microwave trick. I would try these.

  12. Sounds like a delicious way to get in protein!

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