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A cookie recipe using Kodiak Peak Oatmeal for added protein
Anyone who enjoys a snack, but especially runners. This recipe makes 8 protein packed cookies.
It only takes about 15 minutes!
Generally speaking, oatmeal isn’t the best snack to transport. It has the tendency to get real soupy, and whenever we try and put it in our pockets, it ends up going down our pant legs, making quite the mess. Turns out, it’s not as transportable as Napoleon Dynamite’s tots.
However, it also turns out that with a few ingredients and an oven, you can have pocket oatmeal in no time. We’re talking about turning regular ol’ oatmeal into oatmeal cookies. But not just any oatmeal– we’re talking about Kodiak Peak Oatmeal, specifically designed to meet the needs of endurance athletes.
Kodiak is sponsoring both The Drop and Fuel for the Sole podcasts this October and we’ve been enjoying their Peak Oatmeal, which comes in three really great flavors. However, as avid snack lovers in the middle of marathon training, we wondered if we could use the oatmeal to make a great “with-morning-coffee” or mid-afternoon snack. One that can be transported via pocket.
So we ripped open a few packets of the Maple and Brown Sugar oatmeal and did some experimentation. The end result? A delicious, healthy, and protein-packed treat to keep those fuel stores topped off during peak training periods.Get a Kodiak Oatmeal Bundle & Save
Serving: 1 cookie | Calories: 250kcal | 10g Protein | 9g Fat | 34g Carbs
Nutritional values should be considered approximations. Actual nutritional content will vary based on brands used, measuring methods, portion sizes and more.
Meaghan signed up for her first marathon three weeks before the race, because it was $10 more than the half she planned to run. She learned everything in running the hard way. Now a USATF & UESCA certified run coach, she loves encouraging friends to go for big goals as she continues to chase faster times. She enjoys a hot cup of coffee, a cold martini, and making bagels for friends and family.More from Meaghan