Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Flour-less 4-ingredient peanut butter cookies – gluten-free and naturally sweetened for a cookie healthy enough to eat for breakfast!

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Peanut butter is not safe in my home by any stretch of the imagination. This is where good peanut butters come to die. For multiple reasons. Reason #1: It is spoonable. Convenient food? Don’t mind if I do! Don’t be surprised if a spoonful of peanut butter can always be found in my hand while cooking dinner. If I have emotions to eat, peanut butter is media numero uno for emotion consumption.

Reason #2: The boyfriend doesn’t eat it, which in a very nonsensical way means I need to consume it as quickly as possible in spite of the lack of competition.  Am I ashamed to say one jar lasts a whole 2.5 days in my house on average – ravaged solely by yours truly? Nay, my friends…nay. This girl’s irreproachable. Shaaaaaameless!

Reason #3-1k: Versatility, spreadability, bakeability, emotional-edibility…terrrriffic.

These gluten-free peanut butter cookies require no longer than 20 minutes total and come out very rich and tasty. Because they don’t include all-purpose flour to bind them together, the cookies are slightly crumbly, but still soft, moist and delicious!

Remember: when choosing your cookies, so do wisely, and do so with peanut butter.

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Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 18 to 22 cookies
Author: Julia
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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. In a mixer or a mixing bowl, combine all of the ingredients until well-incorporated.
  3. Form 1-inch sized balls out of the dough and place them on a lightly-oiled or parchment-lined baking sheet.
  4. Using a fork, gently make two impressions in the dough, flattening out the balls just slightly.
  5. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or to desired level of “crisp”
  6. Allow the cookies to cool on the cookie sheet at least 10 minutes before removing them with a spatula. Since these cookies do not contain flour, they need some time to “set up” or else they will fall apart easily. Once they are set up, they’re stable!

Recipe Notes

*You can replace the coconut sugar with cane sugar

Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies | http://www.theroastedroot.net Refined sugar free, grain free, gluten free

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Comments

  1. Tieghan

    i love peanut butter cookies!! These look perfect Julie! I have not made cookies in a while and I am thinking these would be a good cookie to get me back in the cookie making game! Peanut butter is always a wise choice!

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    1. Julia Post author

      Thanks my dear, I know you’d love these. They take no time at all to bake and all you really need is pb and sugar. WIN!

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  2. Julie

    Do you know that if I made these, my husband would be like a vacuum cleaner and literally inhale this entire recipe? Which means that I will be making them. I hope you remind me to vote more than just today, because my mind is old and feeble.

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  3. marlies

    Yum! I agree, peanut butter (or any nut butter) is nooooot safe near me 🙂 About how much honey did you use when you made the cookies with honey?

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  4. D

    I just made these today, allowed them a long time to cool, and they were raw and crumbly! Sad to say, a complete fail. I will be searching for a peanut butter cookie recipe that has some flour, in order to keep the cookie together.

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  5. Jothi

    I’ve made these twice now and they’re awesome! Definitely follow Julia’s advice and let them cool completely before transferring. I used just 1/10 of a cup of cane sugar once and 1/10 cup maple syrup once and both times came out great and plenty sweet. Delicious as a breakfast cookie with plain Greek yogurt and fruit. Also good snack with a glass of milk.

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