Even your most intense chocolate craving doesn’t stand a chance against those moist Flourless Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies. Whip them in 5 minutes with only 6 ingredients and satisfy your next chocolate sweet cravings without guilt! A delicious clean eating recipe for the sweet tooth.
Do you love peanut butter and chocolate? Heck! what a stupid question. Everyone loves that powerful combo, right? I am absolutely craving on chocolate lately – well I am 33 weeks pregnant now so it is quite normal. What is better than homemade food to satisfy your food cravings ? I don’t count calories but I love to know what is in my plate. At least if indulge too much I know I fuel up with natural food that is good for my baby and body.
Peanut butter is great to use in baking and specially for cookies. It adds a lovely moist texture to cookies. But always make sure that you are using a fresh and runny peanut butter. Some brands tends to get hard and dry when the jar is opened for a while. It makes the ingredients difficult to combine even resulting in some lump in the dough. Nut butter are great ingredient to cut down on carbs and avoid flour in baking. Look at this cookie batter! Really hard to believe it is a flourless cookie, right?
I know what you think. Nut butters contains LOTS of fat. Yep! but the good one so don’t be too worry about using nut butter in baking. Also it is an amazing protein food – meaning it is very satisfying and avoids overeating those Flourless Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
Those Flourless Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies are also great as an after sport food. My husband ride to work 40 km almost 3 times a week. I know he is crazy ! But he said he love eating one of those cookie after work out. I used a tiny bit of honey in this recipe but you can also use any natural liquid sweetener of your choice like brown rice syrup or maple syrup. Sooo who’s making those Flourless Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies for Christmas? It looks like an quick and easy cookie recipe to add to our Christmas cookie jar, right?