These keto peanut butter cookies with almond flour are crunchy cookies perfect for a vegan keto diet because they don’t have any eggs or dairy!
Bonus, these sugar-free peanut butter cookies contain only 7 ingredients. So they are the easiest peanut butter cookies to fix a sweet craving in no time.
Everybody agrees that low-carb cookies are the absolute best snack on a keto diet, it’s easy to make, and delicious to eat. Not a single week should go by without eating a cookie. Nut butter cookies are delicious, in particular any cookie with peanut butter! This particular Keto Peanut Butter Cookie recipe makes the BEST cookies.
My fudgy chocolate avocado cookies with peanut butter are definitely one of my favorites. But today, I am sharing something different. No chocolate, no avocado. A keto vegan cookie recipe, yes, there are no eggs or dairy in this recipe.
Yes, they are! These peanut butter almond flour cookies are made with only keto-friendly ingredients. But remember, stick to the serving size on the keto diet! What makes a lot of food not compatible with a keto diet is the quantity eaten!
Peanut butter is a good keto-friendly ingredient as it contains only 1.4 grams of net carbs per serving of two tablespoons! However, store-bought peanut butter is not always made with only peanuts. In doubt, you can always make your own peanut butter. It’s effortless and rapid!
This recipe is also made with Almond Flour, and it is one of my favorite keto-friendly flours with only 10.6 grams of net carbs per 100 grams. Compare this with regular wheat flour that tops up at 75 grams of net carbs per 100 gram!
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All this makes these Peanut Butter Cookies a great keto-friendly snack!
These low-carb peanut butter cookies are straightforward to make, one of the easiest almond flour keto recipes I have! All you need are 7 simple ingredients for the most delicious crunchy vanilla peanut butter cookies.
I know you have been used to adding eggs into your peanut butter cookie recipe. Eggs do make tasty cookies. But, my husband is vegan, and I love to share my food with him. What is the point of baking if you can’t share what you make, right?
So these are eggless almond flour peanut butter cookies. Since they are also dairy-free, they fit both of our diets. Vegan and Low Carb, because sharing food with people I love makes me happy!
This recipe does not use all-purpose flour or wheat flour. It is completely gluten-free.
So now you wonder what makes these almond flour peanut butter cookies so special? Well, compared to regular cookies, they will be super SOFT when out of the oven.
Like really soft! You might even think that they are undercooked. And you will think there is NO way this recipe will harden and works! But it does.
These cookies are egg-free and need more cooling time than baking time to become crunchy and delicious.
Following are my tips to make the most delicious sugar-free peanut butter cookies:
Tada! Your keto peanut butter cookies with almond flour are now crunchy, buttery, and delicious!
So now, let me know what you think of these easy low carb peanut butter cookies?
If you like keto recipes with almond flour, check out these other keto almond flour recipes that make cookies just as delicious as this one!
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