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Peanut Butter Cookies with No Flour?

Submitted by: charleycooke on November 26, 2012
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Peanut Butter Cookies with No Flour?

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These cookies have been making the ROUNDS on the internet and Pinterest especially. I wasn’t all that excited to try them because I have a fantastic peanut butter cookie recipe that I love and cherish, but I needed a snack for the kids and I was out of …

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These cookies have been making the ROUNDS on the internet and Pinterest especially. I wasn’t all that excited to try them because I have a fantastic peanut butter cookie recipe that I love and cherish, but I needed a snack for the kids and I was out of flour. I KNOW! How could I be out of flour? It amazed me, too.

I researched the recipe and used this one from Joy The Baker.

They are very tasty and so simple that my 8 year old made them, with a little help from me getting them out of the oven for her. (Side note: How nice is it when our kids start to get old enough to really want to do things by themselves? I get so much pleasure out of seeing them learn that they can do it! It’s amazing.)

The recipe is simple:

1 cup peanut butter (I used Walmart brand, and it worked out perfectly)
1 cup sugar (I used 1/2 white 1/2 brown)
1 egg
1 teaspoon baking soda

Mix it all up, make some dough balls, press them down with a fork, and bake at 350 degrees until they are slightly brown.

BOOM! That’s it.

These are not as sturdy as their flour-ful counterparts, so you may not want to pack them in a child’s lunch or put them in your pocket for later, but the peanut butter taste is so amazing. Deep, rich, and very full of flavor, these are probably some of my most favorite cookies right now.

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charleycooke blogs at Cooke’s Frontier.

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  1. 11-26
    12:09
    pm

    My sister has made these for years using Splenda. They are great

    Louise

  2. 11-29
    11:19
    pm

    My daughter lives in a really nice town south of Boston and a local baker makes cookies just like these – no flour! Delicious… I can’t wait to try this version. Thank you for the recipe.

  3. 12-4
    11:41
    am

    This has been my “Go-To” peanut butter cookie recipe for years, with one exception, no baking soda. Everyone always raves about them! And, they could not be simpler to make. I think the texture referred to here is due to the baking soda. With it, you get a lighter cookie, and without it, you get a much sturdier cookie. Either way, you simply cannot go wrong with these delicious cookies!! =)

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