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Cookies’n Cream Frosting Nutrition


Weight Watchers Points Plus: 1

Nutrition information (per tablespoon) above is based on a recipe made with Healthy Oreos, and gram measurements were used for calculations. Each tablespoon gives you almost a gram of protein, and the frosting is low in carbs and can be completely sugar-free, with half the calories of store-bought cookies’n cream frosting. And the recipe has NO corn syrup, artificial flavors, or trans fat.

Nut-Free Cookies’n Cream Frosting:

  • 1 can full-fat coconut milk or coconut cream (must be the canned type)
  • sugar, stevia, or powdered sugar to taste
  • crumbled sandwich cookies or  Healthy Oreos

Open the coconut milk, and if it’s not already super-thick, leave the can (or transfer to a bowl) in the fridge overnight. (Try not to shake the can too much before opening.) It should get very thick. (If it does not, you have gotten a can that won’t work for the recipe. Hint: shake the can while you’re at the store. If you hear the liquidy contents swishing around inside, it’s probably too thin to work for this recipe. Trader Joe’s coconut cream works perfectly.) Once thick, transfer only the thick creamy part to a bowl and whip in your sweetener with a fork or beaters. Then stir in crumbled cookies. Best to frost right before serving, and store in the fridge.

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