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What could one use to replace the protein powder called for in this recipe for "coconut breakfast cookies"?

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asked 29 days ago

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cv
added 29 days ago

Here is what the recipe headnote suggests:

"If you like, you can replace the protein powder with 2 tablespoons flaxseed meal and a few drops of pure vanilla extract."

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Nancy

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added 28 days ago

Sorry, CV didn't see your answer so duplicated it...

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pierino

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added 28 days ago

I think powdered dry milk should work. But I haven't tried this cookie recipe.

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Nancy

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added 28 days ago

Did you see the headnote suggested a combo of flax-seed powder (easy to grind at home) and vanilla extract?
Or use some soy milk powder.

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