Kodiak Protein Cakes Chocolate Chip Cookies: Sautéing With Sudha 
I'm a cookie freak. I know most people would say that about themselves but I genuinely don't buy cookies because once I start, there's no end. But now the problem is I've started making them from scratch at home. It's COVID's fault! There's nothing better to do!! In general, I'm not a huge baker - I hate measuring things out as I typically just guess my seasoning measurements when I'm cooking. I'm also more of a savory person so that's really the only thing saving my life from baking cookies all day everyday LOL. I discovered this recipe off of the back of the Kodiak Power Cakes box. At first I was like 'YES! Finally a "healthy" cookie recipe' but then I added 3/4 cups of butter and a whole cup of sugar so... moral of the story is there's no such thing as an actual healthy cookie. If you guys ACTUALLY know one, please hook a girl up. Please. Anyways, these turned out amazing so you gotta try them out for yourselves.
Kodiak Protein Cakes Chocolate Chip Cookies
Prep/Cook Time: 25 Minutes
Serving Size: 3-4
What You'll Need: •3/4 cup butter
•1 cup sugar
•1 tsp vanilla extract
•1 1/2 cup Kodiak Cake Mix (I used buttermilk)
•1 cup old fashioned oats
•3/4 cup chocolate chips
➊ Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. In the meantime, microwave your butter until it's a liquid and combine in your sugar. Mix together until it becomes thick and smooth. Then add in your egg and vanilla extract. Mix again until smooth. Add in your Kodiak Cake mix, oats, and chocolate chips. Mix together.
➋ Take a pan and lightly spray with cooking spray so it doesn't stick. Roll your cookies into balls using your hands depending on the size cookie you'd like. Try not to make it too large as it will be difficult to bake the center. I made mine a little larger than an ice cream scoop.
➌ Spread them out on the pan and bake for about 12-15 minutes. Poke a fork in the middle to make sure it is fully baked. If you see dough come off on the fork, turn off the heat and let it sit in the oven a little longer. Be sure to check frequently so they don't burn.
•If the cookie dough breaks apart in your hands while you're rolling it into balls, place in the fridge for about 10 minutes and then try again.
•To store, place in a baggy with a slice of bread. The bread will keep the cookies soft.
Enjoy your incoming food coma!