Oatmeal Raisin Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies


It’s birthday week in my little world which means I want to celebrate with you!


I am sure that by now you have realized that I am absolutely obsessed with Skoop B-STRONG plant-based protein powder. So, you can just imagine my excitement when my friends at Healthy Skoop were kind enough to allow me to run this birthday giveaway!

One reader will receive a big bag of Skoop B-STRONG Viva-Nilla (plus Skoop BlenderBottle!). 

Skoop’s B-Strong is my new favorite addition to not only my morning bowls of oatmeal but also my new oatmeal raisin chocolate chip protein cookie recipe.

oatmeal raisin protein cookies

I decided to rework my famous oatmeal raisin chocolate chip cookie recipe to see if Skoop B-STRONG could be used in place of the flour.

I didn’t realize I would be creating, on the first try mind you, one of the best cookie recipes ever which, by the way, we can consider a healthy cookie.

oatmeal raisin chocolate chip protein cookies

I still can’t get over how terrific these oatmeal raisin chocolate chip protein cookies came out on the first try. I have made them a few times since the original batch, tweaking absolutely nothing because they are simply perfect.

Made with old-fashioned rolled oats, coconut oil and a real small amount of coconut sugar, the chewy texture you expect from an oatmeal raisin cookie is present within one bite.

That cinnamony-raisin flavor is taken to another level when combined with the little bits of chocolate and the addition of vanilla from Skoop.

These oatmeal raisin chocolate chip protein cookies are gluten-free if you use gluten-free rolled oats. They are also dairy-free if you use nondairy chocolate.

I love these cookies and can’t wait for you to love them too!

oatmeal raisin chocolate chip protein cookies

Oatmeal Raisin Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies
Recipe Type: heahlthy dessert
Author: meredith
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These oatmeal raisin chocolate chip cookies are dairy-free, gluten-free and made with Skoop, a plant-based protein powder.
  • 1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats (gluten-free if necessary)
  • 1 scoop Skoop B-Strong Viva-Nilla
  • 1 organic egg
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil (room temperature)
  • 1/4 cup coconut sugar
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1/4 cup raisins
  • 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips*
  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
  2. Mix coconut oil and sugar in a bowl until well combined.
  3. Add egg and vanilla, mixing well.
  4. Mix in oats, Skoop, cinnamon and baking soda, mixing until well combined.
  5. Add in raisins and chocolate chips, mixing only until evenly distributed.
  6. Form balls with the dough and arrange on greased cookie sheet (or use Reynold’s liners), pressing the centers of dough down slightly.
  7. Bake for 10-12 minutes.
  8. Cool on wire rack.
  9. Store in airtight container. Cookies may be refrigerated or frozen.
*This recipe is dairy-free if using nondairy chocolate chips.

Giveaway time!


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This giveaway is open only to US residents.

I will be back tomorrow with another giveaway for you. I can’t help myself this week, birthdays, especially my own, get me excited 🙂

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Who else has a June birthday?

If you had to choose when you were a kid -> Oreo’s or Chips Ahoy?

Best thing you ate all weekend? A brownie sundae 🙂


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  1. says

    Woooohoooo birthday week! That means LOTS of cake!!!! By the way, I forgot to tell you, I had my first trip to red mango the other day, and I got ALL fruit and granola as my topping, I was SO proud…..ok, confession, I did add white chico chips, but thats it!!!! These cookies sound delicious, and healthy too. Hope you will link up to meatless monday today 🙂
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  2. says

    Yay for birthday week! I’m glad I’m not the only one who celebrates the 7 days around my birth : ) You pose the most thought provoking questions… I love both Oreos and chocolate chip cookies, but I will have to go with Chips Ahoy. Best thing I ate all weekend – date balls that I made in my new blender! : ) Hope you have a great Monday!!
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  3. Morgan S says

    Next week is my birthday week! June birthdays are the best. The best thing I at this weekend was a chocolate lava cake to celebrate a friend’s birthday as well.

    Definitely oreos as a kid. Please tell me I wasn’t the only one who at them in a special way to save the best bites for last?

  4. says

    US only? Ohhhhhh you suck 😛 These cookies seriously look fantastic, though — I’d never be able to tell they were made with protein powder, which is saying a lot since baking with protein powder can be a little bit tricky. And I was definitely a Chips Ahoy girl when I was little. I’d eat Oreos on occasion, but Chips Ahoy were a staple.
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  5. Kelsey says

    My favorite cookie is the fresh Tollhouse cookies from their bakery (I’ve only ever had it when visiting the Mall of America) but as far as homemade cookies, my favorite is oatmeal raisin. This may sound ridiculous but I never even thought to add chocolate to my oatmeal raisin cookies! So simple and so brilliant! My mouth is watering over your photos. I cannot wait to try this recipe 😀

  6. says

    Oatmeal chocochip are my fav!
    Oreos but more as an ice cream/froyo topping.
    Best thing I ate – mangoes and papayas. I am travelling in Guatemala right now and they are amazing here and so so cheap!

  7. says

    June would be such a great month to have a birthday. Mine’s in January right after Christmas and it’s always cold and rainy and blech. Hope you have such a fun week! Cookies look killer.
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  8. says

    I tend to not make cookies very often as usually just want a cookie or two and the rest of the batch goes to waste 🙁 I would say my choice is oatmeal with raisins or a few choc chips!
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  9. Molly says

    I love most cookies, but my favorite would have to be chocolate chip. I’m vegan, and still haven’t found a protein powder I love, so I would love to try Skoop!

  10. Tracy says

    I think chocolate chunk would be my fav. June is a busy month between my husband’s birthday (Wed), my parents’ anniversary, my mom’s birthday and Father’s Day! And super busy b/c my husband is planning to get a puppy next week…NOT happy about it! Happy almost birthday ( :

  11. Frank says

    My ex-wife has a June 1 birthday. ; ) ……. Definitely Chips Ahoy ………. my Mussels in Rice soup ……
    Have a great birthday week/month!

  12. Angie Jerde says

    Awww…I love cookies and Skoop!!! I would say I am a huge fan of peanut butter cookies with the chocolate kiss on top or a good ol’ oatmeal raisin. The softer the cookie the better : )

  13. Alexis says

    Chocolate chip PB! I am gluten free so I would love to try the scoop-B strong!!

  14. David says

    My favorite cookie changes based on the time of year, but overall oatmeal scotchies are my favorite.

  15. Jordan D says

    I’m more of a cookie dough person than a cookie-lover. I think I was always just too impatient to wait for the dough to bake whenever I decided to make cookies lol. I do love the samoa and tagalong girl scout cookies though!

  16. Caroline M says

    The best thing I ate this weekend by far was my birthday cake! It was lemon blueberry cake with cream cheese frosting, and I actually almost started crying when I ate it. It was getting embarrassing so I put a quick stop to that…the runner up was the peanut butter cup cheesecake at the Cheesecake Factory!!!

  17. Danielle says

    Oatmeal (dairy free) chocolate chip are my favorite! This recipe looks great and I will definitely give it a try.

  18. Annette says

    My favorite cookie is white chocolate macadamia, but if I’m baking cookies I go for oatmeal raisin made with golden raisins.

    • says

      hi! I haven’t made them in a while – a rough guess would be 9 but the truth is, you can make them as big or as small as you want to which would yield different amounts. There’s no right or wrong! You can even double the recipe. If you make them on the smaller side, just watch the cook time as the smaller they are , the faster they will cook. By the 7 min mark in the oven, start checking to see if they are crisping on top/getting firm. That’s the best way to judge.