- 1 cup chunky peanut butter
- 1 cup sugar substitute (Splenda)
- 1 eggs
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
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|Calories110Calories from Fat90|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Bayleigh Fisher 11 Apr
These are beautiful cookies. I made them without the guilt of knowing that cookies are unhealthy. Not crumbly at all, but I split the sugar amount in half. ( I use coconut sugar, since artificial sugars cause cancer)
Gretchen L. 13 Mar
taste was good, but they are very crumbly.
JP 17 Feb
Way to sweet, might be better with half of the sugar.
Alli Chastain 12 Feb
Delicious! Soft cookie but doesn't fall apart. I'll definitely make this again.
Dana Bovee 17 Dec 2017
i loved these!! so good & perfect for a low carb diet when youre cravin those sweets! i used chunky peanut butter & theyre the perfect amount of crunchy. so easy to make too with just 4 ingredients!
Caroline B. 20 Oct 2017
The first time I made this it was way too sweet I had used 1 cup of stevia as my sugar substitute. The second time I made it I used half a cup of packed Stevia brown sugar and put a pinch of salt it was amazing would definitely make this again
sauren m. 20 Sep 2017
These were sooo yummy with chunky peanut butter! I used xylitol as my substitute, and they were amazing.
Donnie A. 9 Sep 2017
Terrible tasting and dry! Zero Stars
Weston-Dawkes 14 Jul 2017
Delicious! I am allergic to peanuts, so I used almond butter. It was amazing!
Yara C. 30 May 2017
The cookies taste really good and did not crumble. They were a it too sweet for me so next time I will use less of the sweetener. I used 1/2 cup of erythriol in my recipe
Angela Head 13 Mar 2017
Yummy used 2 eggs and stevia blend not crumbly at all! Would definitely make these again as they were very tasty
Jennifer Rakowski 8 Feb 2017
These are delicious without the guilt! Quick and easy! I used Splenda brown sugar and crunchy peanut butter.
Jean M. 25 Aug 2016
Yummy! Easy and quick. I made it with creamy peanut butter and real sugar and omitted the vanilla. I beat the egg before adding the sugar and peanut butter. Made them into walnut sized balls before flattening with fork and got a quantity of 24.
Mary S. 5 Aug 2016
I have a granddaughter on a modified Atkins for epileptics and an allergy to peanuts. Used stevia and almond butter. Cookies turn out very crumbly. Any suggestions?
Jan S. 7 Jul 2016
I haven't made yet, but would really like a review of the recipe as stated, not a review on a recipe (Laura S) that someone made up, that is different. (stars have no meaning in this "review", as I had to post something there, but haven't made the recipe....yet..
Laura S. 30 Oct 2015
We didn't have any eggs so I added some almond milk and coconut flour and a tad more Peanut Butter and they were absolutely delicious!! Great recipe!