Edible Cookie Dough ft. rare Unicorn tears and droppings

I went hunting and got me some unicorn tears and droppings. Like a truffle sniffing dog, only a few of us are able to catch these rare gems. Oh, what are unicorn tears and droppings? Most people refer to them as sprinkles and mini-white chocolate chips. #Basics. These take a lot of time to collect but it is always worth it. The hardest part is deciding how to use them….cookies?

Like the tears and droppings, raw cookie dough has always been a forbidden fruit to all of us (as children and adults). The raw flour and egg pose threat to our bodies so when you eliminate the two you eliminate any guilt when sneaking a nibble.

Edible Cookie Dough

1 stick unsalted butter, room temperature

1/2 cup granulated sugar

1/2 cup brown sugar, loosely packed

1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 tablespoons milk (or almond milk)

1 and ½ cups almond flour

Pinch of salt

Plot twist #1 (as seen below) Unicorn tears and droppings.

Plot twist #2: add in a tablespoon of peanut butter to the cookie dough batter and semi-sweet chocolate chips

Plot twist #3: add mini M&M’s, semi-sweet chocolate chips and crushed Oreo (original) pieces for a monster cookie dough


Cream the butter and sugars together for 45 seconds. Add in the vanilla, milk and pinch of salt. Mix until creamy. Slowly add in your flour until you have a thick cookie dough. Toss in the white chocolate chips, mix for 10 seconds. Fold in sprinkles and put fridge to set for an hour.

Note: Because the recipe uses almond flour, your batter may be a little sweater than you were expecting. You can substitute for oat flour if you prefer. 

This can be served with animal crackers, mixed into a milk shake or eaten with a spoon.

Enjoy this rare, delicious, guilt free (well…kind of…) treat!

P.S. I promise more videos to come – this recipe was too quick to VLOG but too good not to share!

Cookie dough

#GodsFilter #RareDelight


All new B.B.Q. (Buffalo Bulgur Quinoa)

This meal (snack…salad?) was born from my recent buffalo wing craving. I am not much a wings enthusiast but when this craving kicks in there is no running from it. Frantically looking through my cupboards and refrigerator the B.B.Q. was born.

It is so simple and I cannot believe it took desperation for me to come up with it. Plus, it a great way to sneak fiber into my diet.

B.B.Q. Recipe 

Throw it in a bowl: 

2 cups quinoa and bulgur mix*, cooled

2 tablespoons thinly sliced carrots

3 tablespoons thinly sliced green onions, mix of top and bottom (reserve 1 tablespoon for serving) 

1/4 cup leftover rotisserie chicken 

*If you are unable to find the mix you can use your favorite quinoa 

Sauce is boss: 

1/2 cup buffalo sauce

1/2 tablespoon melted butter, cooled 

4 tablespoons light ranch

Pinch of salt and pepper 

Pinch of garlic powder 

Once the sauce is mixed toss it in with the quinoa mix and let chill for an hour. Before serving top with remaining green onions. 

It is a great alternative to your typical empty calorie filled buffalo chicken dip or buffalo chicken pastas. Bring the B.B.Q. to a party or keep it for yourself; but most importably just enjoy.