Caramel Cookiedough

Next to the basic cookiedough and the chocolate cookiedough you can of course come up with lots of different flavours of healthy, high protein vegan cookiedough. This time I went for caramel flavour. I used white beans as main ingredient which are less strong in taste than chickpeas. But you can of course substitute them with chickpeas if you like. For the caramelly taste I added dates and coconut blossom sugar. I used 3 sukkary dates but if you have smaller dates like deglet noor I recommend to use 5-6. This cookiedough goes extremely well with fresh apple. Trust me you have to try that combo πŸ™‚


  • 70g quick oats (oat flour)
  • 450g white beans (cooked or canned, preferably without salt)
  • 3tbsp plantmilk
  • 2tbsp coconut blossom sugar
  • 3 sukkary/medjool dates or 5-6 deglet noor dates
  • 1/2tsp ground vanilla
  • 2tbsp almond flour or ground almonds


  1. Blend the oats to flour and fill it into a bowl.
  2. Put all the remaining ingredients into the blender and blend until you have a smooth, creamy texture.
  3. Combine the flour and the mixture in a bowl with a spoon/ spatula and then use your hands to kneed the dough.
  4. Form it to balls (roll them in cacao nibs if you like) or just dip apple slices into it πŸ˜‰

Another great Combination is the caramel cookiedough nicecream consisting of banana icecream, caramel cookiedough, chocolate sauce and caramelcream.

You need

  • 3-5 frozen ripe bananas
  • caramel cookiedough
  • 2tsp cacao powder
  • 2tsp melted coconut oil
  • 1tsp coconut blossom syrup (or syrup of your choice)
  • 3-4 sukkary dates (5 deglet noor dates, soaked in hot water for 10 mins)


  1. For the chocolate sauce: add the cacao powder, coconut oil and the syrup into a small bowl and stir until you have a smooth sauce.
  2. For the datecream: blend the dates (add some water depending on how you like the consistency)
  3. Blend the frozen bananas in a highspeed blender until you have a creamy texture. Put it into a bowl and serve it with cookiedough, chocolate sauce and caramelcream on top.


  1. How long does this keep in a fridge/freezer? I wanna try this as a dessert, so I would not eat it in one go!

    • You can keep them in the fridge for 2-3 days in an airtight container :). I’ve never tried freezing them but I think that should work as well!

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