These Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies are healthy coconut flour cookies with a shortbread crunchy and sandy texture made with only 4 ingredients.
With only 5.4 grams of net carbs per serving, they are also low-carb and keto-friendly.
How To Make Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
These cookies are some of the easiest to make, with only 4 ingredients, 10 minutes of preparation, and 12 minutes of baking.
- Peanut Butter – choose natural peanut butter. If you can’t find peanut butter made with just peanuts, you can make your own with my peanut butter recipe.
- Coconut Flour – coconut flour is a great low-carb, high-fiber flour. As a result, it’s a great keto-friendly option for baking.
- Cocoa Powder – choose unsweetened cocoa powder. It’s both necessary to keep these cookies low in unnecessary sugar, but also to get the best texture.
- Sugar-Free Maple Syrup – if you’re not counting your carbs, you can use regular maple syrup.
Making The Batter
Place all the ingredients in the bowl of a food processor: peanut butter, coconut flour, cocoa powder, and maple syrup.
Process the cookie batter for about one minute. By that time, it should start forming a dough ball.
Stop the food processor and transfer the dough ball to your benchtop. Split it into 8 even smaller balls.
Place each cookie dough ball onto a baking rack lined with lightly oiled parchment paper.
Flatten them with your hand to form cookies.
Baking The Cookies
Transfer the baking sheet with the vegan chocolate peanut butter cookies to an oven preheated to 350°F (180°C).
Let them bake for 10 to 12 minutes.
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When they are baked, take them out of the oven and transfer them to a cooling rack.
These cookies are delicious on their own, but they are even better decorated.
I like to dip them into melted chocolate (make it by melting dark chocolate with coconut oil) and add chopped peanuts on the top.
These coconut flour chocolate cookies can be stored for up to 3 weeks in an airtight cookie jar.
It’s better to keep the jar in a cool dry place like your pantry. Don’t leave them in the sun.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Substitute Coconut Flour?
You could use regular flour, but you’d have to decrease the amount of maple syrup as regular flour absorbs far less moisture than coconut flour.
How Many Carbs Are In Chocolate Coconut Flour Cookies?
Each of these cookies has 5.4 grams of net carbs when using sugar-free maple syrup.
Do They Taste Like Coconut?
These chocolate peanut butter cookies are crunchy cookies, slightly sweet, with a delicious nutty and ‘buttery’ flavor and an amazing sandy texture that makes them perfect with a cup of tea.
They are the perfect addition to a cookie box for any occasion like Christmas or a tea party with friends.
More Coconut Flour Cookie Recipes
If you’ve enjoyed this recipe, you’ll love these other cookie recipes made with coconut flour.
I hope you enjoy this vegan chocolate peanut cookie recipe. Leave me a comment and tell me more about it!
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