Neocate Nutra Cookie Crisps

Meal Type
Snack , Dessert
Preparation Time
< 30 Minutes

Neocate Nutra Cookie Crisps

< 30 Minutes 2 Ingredients: 4 scoops Neocate® Nutra (18.5 g)½ tsp water¼ tsp cinnamon sugar, optional
Neocate Nutra Cookie Crisps

Having a cow milk allergy doesn’t mean that your loved one can’t enjoy some special, delicious cookies! Neocate® Nutra Cookie Crisps are the perfect alternative to cookies made with milk or other dairy ingredients. They also don’t use any of the other top 8 allergens, like nuts, eggs or wheat! This recipe yields: 4-8 cookies

  • 4 scoops Neocate® Nutra (18.5 g)
  • ½ tsp water
  • ¼ tsp cinnamon sugar, optional
  1. Preheat oven to 310ºF. Mix all ingredients until well blended and dry powder is gone.
  2. Using your hands to mix provides best results. If mixture is too sticky to hold/mold, add a sprinkle of Neocate® Nutra powder and continue mixing until well blended.
  3. Separate dough evenly into 4 or 8 rounded balls. Place on flat baking sheet 3” apart.
  4. Flatten each ball with your finger by pushing down on the middle.
  5. Bake 8-9 minutes or until golden brown. Check periodically during baking to ensure the cookies do not burn.
  6. Let cool about 7 minutes. Using a spatula, remove from baking sheet and serve.
Notes and Allergens Information

Serving Size: Half Recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2

Consult your healthcare professional to determine if this recipe, ingredients, and consistency are appropriate for your child. Nutritional values are approximate and will vary based on quantities and substitutes. Cooking with or freezing Neocate may affect some nutrient levels.

Image used is for illustrative purposes only and does not represent finished recipe.

Nutritional Information
0.8 g
6.7 g
1.7 g
Carolyn Ricciardi
Hello Yasmine! Since the ingredient list is limited, there is not much that can be done to modify the recipe. Anecdotally, we have heard from some families that adding a small amount of table sugar can increase the crispiness. You may also want to try baking the cookies for longer at a lower temperature and/or reducing the amount of mixing and handling of the dough. The recipe should yield 4 or 8 cookies depending on the size you choose to make. We would certainly be interested in hearing any tips you come up with as you experiment with our recipe!
Hello, I would love some tips on how to make these cookies crispy. Since the recipe requires only a 1/2 teaspoon of water for 4 scoops of powder - it’s been hard to get the right dough-like consistency, without adding too much water and the cookies turning out very chewy. Any tips? How small should the balls be? Thank you so much.
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