Single Serve Chocolate Chip Cookie

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Do you ever have those days when you’ve just got to have a cookie? Then you have one, and you want another, and the vicious cycle has started. Catch me in a bad moment and I have no willpower. All cookies within a 15 foot radius of me are in grave danger. Don’t even talk to me about donuts. Ugh.

It’s those kind of days when I’m glad to whip up a recipe that makes only one mugcake, brownie, or… cookie. It’s a large cookie but it’s filled with healthier ingredients and no preservatives so it’s much better than eating an entire sleeve of pre-packaged cookies. (Yes, I’ve done that before.)  Not to mention the bonus portion control in making only one yummy something. 😉

The texture of it reminds me of the bakery cookies that my mom used to get me when I was little. A little bit crumbly but still held together for the most part. It’s got a nice mix of flavors and isn’t too sweet. Plus it’s got chocolate chips. You can’t go wrong with chocolate chips.

Single Serve Chocolate Chip Cookie Single Serve Chocolate Chip Cookie

  • 1 Tbsp (15g) all purpose flour
  • 1 Tbsp (15g) coconut flour
  • 2 tsp (4g) PB2 or peanut flour
  • 1 Tbsp (16g) canned pumpkin
  • 1/2 Tbsp egg (8g)  whites
  • 1 Tbsp unsweetened almond milk
  • Pinch of chocolate chips

Mix all ingredients except for the chocolate chips in a small bowl. Press the batter lightly with your fingers into a small round dish. I used a mug and just pressed the batter into a cookie shape in the bottom.

Press the chocolate chips into the top of the batter. Microwave for 1 minute 15 seconds to 1 minute 45 seconds until done. The time will depend on your microwave. I have an ancient one so I was closer to the 1 minute 45 seconds.

Cool slightly and pop out of the dish or mug. Makes a large single cookie at 115 calories – 7g protein, 16g carbs, and 3g fat.


  • You can probably substitute unsweetened applesauce instead of pumpkin and not alter the results any. I just had an opened can of pumpkin so I used that. OK, I always seem to have an opened can of pumpkin, don’t I?
  • If you don’t have coconut flour, you can try using 2 Tbsp of all purpose flour. That should work but I have not personally tried it. Let me know if you give it a shot and how it works out.
  • I used 6 chocolate chips in my cookie because I thought it sounded like a nice number. Use more, use less. Or use something completely different like raisins, craisins, nuts.

Do you like single serve dessert recipes? Have you ever eaten an entire sleeve of cookies like me?

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