Who doesn’t enjoy a warm cookie now and then? But many avoid baked goods of any kind for many reasons. One is the sugar, and the second is the carbs; the good news is you can now enjoy a homemade treat without worry.
How, you might ask? Well, by making our sugar free peanut butter cookies recipe. They also make the perfect diabetic peanut butter cookies or healthy bake sale cookies. Keep reading get the no sugar added peanut butter cookies recipe, and find out more.
I’m cooking again! Ok, Ok, don’t faint! hehe This is a simple and quick Keto Sugar Free Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe!
Good Cook sent me some fun baking tools. I don’t do a lot of baking but, I’m down to make some low carb sugar-free peanut butter cookies. You don’t have to forgo that sweet taste just because you’re keto or sugar free. A sweet tooth is a real thing, but this no carb peanut butter cookies recipe can help quench that need while still allowing you to stay off sugar.
So, I set out in search of a Keto, no sugar, low carb cookie recipe for the classic peanut butter cookie!
I got close – I was able to make them no sugar and the only thing that had carbs was the icing & peanut butter. So, this keto peanut butter nutty cookie recipe is on the list of my favorite keto recipes and is perfect for any sweet tooth.
Y’all know I only eat sugar free, and as carb free as I can, if you don’t know why you can read about my weight loss journey and the reason behind it!
I don’t want to give up things in my life to do the Keto diet/low-carb diet, or go sugar free – my reasoning behind that is this:
I think many people don’t keep up their weight loss and end up yo-yo dieting which is very bad for your health, because they gave up things they really enjoyed and it was too hard.
I wanted to make sure whatever I did it was something I could do for the rest of my life. Cutting out added sugar helped.
That’s why I didn’t choose to lose the weight by exercising, I knew if I did – I would NEVER keep that up! I HATE exercising!
I always try and find a way to be able to change what I like to fit my new lifestyle, and that’s what it has to be when you do this a complete lifestyle change.
So, make sure you think about it that way before you start and you’ll be more successful and it will make it easier, I have lost over 100lbs and kept it off over 5 years now. This lifestyle has allowed me to lower my blood sugar so much so that the Dr. told me I no longer have Type 2 Diabetes.
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It’s my favorite easy low carb keto peanut butter cookies recipe. With the delicious flavors this peanut butter cookies with Splenda recipe is perfect for all the peanut butter lovers out there.
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Ingredients When Making Traditional Peanut Butter Cookies Or Otherwise
- Wheat flour
- Soy lecithin
- Cocoa butter
- Coconut oil
- Monk fruit sweetener
- Sea salt
- Unsweetened chocolate Cocoa powder
- Egg whites
- Chocolate liquor
- Vanilla extract
- Dark chocolate
- Cream cheese
- Sukrin gold Brown sugar
- organic spelt flour
- Coconut sugar
- Unsalted butter
- Sugar free Royal icing
- All purpose flour
The Best Sugar Free Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe
Here’s the recipe for the sweet treat:
So, next time you’re looking for a quick guilt-free snack – give these low-carb peanut butter sugar-free cookies a try!
Some people use gluten free flour like coconut flour or almond flour, almond meal, even sesame flour in a small amount in their keto cookie recipe. This Splenda peanut butter cookies recipe doesn’t use any.
These are flourless homemade peanut butter cookies and are an easy way to make gluten-free cookie that’s perfect for anyone on a gluten-free diet that wants delicious cookies.
Hint: For best results, be sure your natural peanut butter is at room temperature before you start this keto chewy cookies delicious recipe.
Useful Tools You May Need When Making Cookies
- Wire rack
- Large bowl
- Baking tray
- Medium bowl
- Cookie cutter
- Plastic wrap
- Rubber spatula
- Hand mixer
- Rolling pin
Basic Ingredients For No Sugar Peanut Butter Cookies
- 2 cups smooth natural peanut butter ( I haven’t tried any other nut butter, if you do be sure to leave a comment and tell us about them)
- 1 cup of sugar free sweetener or sugar substitute, I used powdered Splenda (or you can use any other no carb sweetener or low carb sweetener) (some people have even called these: Splenda Peanut Butter Cookies)
- 2 large eggs
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First thing preheat the oven temperature to 350 degrees.
Lightly grease a baking sheet.
Mix well in mixing bowl make sure to get the sides of the bowl:
Splenda or other no sugar added sweetener
Press into cookie cutters, or just use your cookie scoop to drop the peanut butter cookie dough balls by spoonfuls on to the prepared baking sheet or on parchment paper on top of your cookie sheet (I prefer no clean up 🙂 ).
Press with fork to make those oh so famous criss-cross pattern marks in them.
Bake cookies in the preheated oven for about 8 minutes or until the center is dry and golden brown or a caramel color.
Remove from oven and place on a cooling rack to cool before icing.
We used a sugar free store bought icing in Squeeze Bottles to decorate the low carb cookies.
For one of the batches I used some fun cookie cutters and filled them with the dough to shape them!
Be sure to keep them in an airtight container.
You can of course try some variations. Change up and use a different nut butter like almond butter, or use crunchy peanut butter (just be sure to choose one that says no sugar added). Let us know what great options you come up with in the comments.
If you’d like to learn more about living Keto or sugar free or the ketogenic diet, or if you’re looking for a simple great recipe for the keto lifestyle, check out my Hubby’s blog about our Sugar Free Journey!
One of the best things about his site is he makes it all so simple, many times we read about things like: net carbs, sugar alcohols, grams of carbs, grams of fiber, and more and have no clue what to do with that info. He breaks it all down and makes it super simple to understand.
He also hosts leading experts on his podcast each week.
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