Single Serving Cookie Dough Bowl (Quick, Vegan, Gluten-free and definitely healthy)


Let’s face it. You’ll probably like it more than you like me.

It can be served warm or cold. I’m cold to people I’m not close to but warm to people I am close to. (…Why am I telling you this??? I’m very possibly just showing another sign of stage 2 craziness. Yet again. Just ignore me.)

Warm means right out of the blender. Its warm because the blender produces heat.

Cold means right out of the freezer. You put the bowl in the freezer for 10 minutes and take it out.

Easy peasy.



It tastes a little like my Cookie Dough Spread recipe. That tastes great too! But the ingredients are different. And this one is single serving. And you can have it as a meal by itself. You can whiz in some spinach for a ‘complete’ meal but I can’t vouch for the results. (But I can vouch for the fact that it would have a really weird colour. Really weird.)

Here’s the recipe.



Cookie Dough Bowl

No. of servings: 1

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  • 1 Can Garbanzo beans/ 1 pinch salt+ 150g boiled Garbanzo beans (I used S&W‘s. It has 330 calories per can)
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syrup/agave syrup/honey/ malitol syrup/ any other syrup actually
  • 3 tbsps low fat/defatted peanut flour
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 2 tbsp skim/non-dairy milk
  • 1/4 tsp liquid stevia (or more or less depending on you preference of sugar level) I used NuNaturals from iHerb (use QIT142 for $5 off your first order at iHerb!) OR 1/4 cup brown/black/coconut sugar / sucanat


Dump everything into a blender until smooth and awesome. Spoon out into a bowl. Or eat straight from blender– might be a new trend.




Get into it already!



I’ve talked (written?) so much about how I feel about Christmas! What do you feel about Christmas?


PS: I really apologise for the bad photographs! I’m using my bro’s computer which has a great flaw, that is, no photoshop 😦


Submitted to Diet, Dessert, and Dogs’ Wellness Weekends!!! Thanks for organising, Ricki!!!! :D



  1. Una says:

    Thiis is a topic which is close to my heart…
    Take care! Exactly where are your contact details though?

  2. I am bookmarking you for future reference.

  3. Cupcake Kat says:

    This sounds delicious. I’ve made something just like this except I called it brownie hummus. Eating the whole thing for a meal sounds like a great idea!

  4. Oats n' Bows says:

    Wow this looks delicious! And I LOVE your blog 😀 Totally awesome concept!

    I adore Christmas. I am so ritualistic about it, its ridiculous

  5. Oh my. That looks seriously yummy! x

  6. A great reward if you ask me! And I like that it’s healthier 😉

  7. Ricki says:

    My pleasure! Especially when I get to eat cookie dough guilt-free. 😀 Sounds yummy! And thanks for submitting to Wellness Weekend this week. 🙂

  8. Kiah says:

    Yum! What better way to celebrate finishing an exam than to eat something like that! 🙂

  9. This looks great QT!! 你 唱歌 吗?我 很 喜欢唱歌。 我得中问很不好。
    I remember being in Taipei in December. Everyone was bundled up against 70 degree weather and all windows were plastered with Christmas decour. Quite cheery, even if it wasn’t snowing.
    I remember one lady gave me a chocolate waffle.
    I was making hummus this morning and just thinking about how it would be delicious to eat an entire tin of beans 🙂

    1. qiting93 says:

      You’re adorable!!!!!! And what a nice lady! 😀

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