Peanut Butter Cookies (S)

These little beauties are easy to make and yummy to eat! I posted them on my Facebook Blog page the other day as a picture, but decided I might as well bring them to my site as well.

Here’s what I posted!

peanut butter cookiesI thought I’d make a handy little printable for you if you like to keep your recipes in a binder.

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Peanut Butter Cookies (S)
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Serves: 12 cookies
Sugar Free Peanut Butter Cookies~ Low carb, THM-S.
  • 1 cup natural peanut butter
  • ¼ cup THM Sweet Blend or ½ cup Truvia
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 2 Tbs melted butter
  • 1 egg
  1. Combine mixture together and form into balls.
  2. Press and make your fork marks.
  3. Bake at 350 for 8 minutes.
  4. Refrigerate for best texture.

I hope you enjoy!  Please do chill them.  When they are hot out of the oven they crumble.  They are even good frozen.  Add a few Lily’s chocolate chips if you want a real treat!

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Peanut Butter Cookies (S) — 32 Comments

    • [email protected] on said:

      I’d eat a few. I’m not sure you’ll be full enough for it to be all you eat for a snack. 🙂

  1. Hi Jennifer, Thanks for the great recipes! Do you think on this one I could sub stevia in instead of the sweet blend or truvia?

    • [email protected] on said:

      Thanks Laura! 🙂

  2. Hi, I didn’t get a reply on my comment 🙂 Is there the possibility of subbing Stevia for the sweet blend or truvia?

    • [email protected] on said:

      Like Stevia extract? Are you using THM’s brand or another kind?

        • [email protected] on said:

          1/4 tsp is where I’d start…

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    • [email protected] on said:

      I’m not sure I’m following…it’s just a 1/2 cup of Truvia…not the baking blend. We don’t suggest using it as it has sugar in it.

  4. I made the Peanut Butter cookies and they were good but I could still taste the aftertaste if you want to call it that. I used THM Sweet Blend. Would you suggest less Sweet Blend next time or should I try a different sweetener? I have Swerve and I have Xylitol… Thank you so much!!! I also have the THM Stevia extract.

    • [email protected] on said:

      I’d try using a bit less. To me..the Sweet Blend is by far the best sweetener I’ve ever had in baked goods.

    • I get a bad aftertaste worth sweet blend. Xylitol doesn’t have any aftertaste, but you would need to use a cup of it. Truvia I have good luck worth too.

    • Try the Gentle Sweet. I have trouble with the sweet blend having an aftertaste too. Or use sweet blend with a pinch or two of salt. It counters the bitterness.

  5. I made these as is but after tasting batter decided they were too sweet and had that aftertaste. So, I added a touch little more vanilla, 1/2 cup THM baking blend, some bakind soda and salt. We will see how they turn out. Just realized I uped the carb count by doing this, shucks. Lesson learned:) Now I supposed it’s a crossover and should give it to my hubby.

    • [email protected] on said:

      I know folks do that a lot in recipes, but I’ve not tried it myself with this one. Let me know if it works!

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  9. So I made this and maybe I put too much butter but they are runny and no way can I roll them into a ball. I am going to put them in the fridge overnight but what can I add to them? thanks

    • [email protected] on said:

      Hmm…maybe some almond flour or on Baking Blend?

  10. I’ve made these a couple of times now. I love the dough and I love them once i’ve let them sit in the fridge for a while. I’ve made it with Pyure both times, and I also like to use half crunchy and half creamy peanut butter. YUM!

  11. Hello, I tried to make some peanut butter cookies last night with the THM sweet blend…I used natural peanut butter, a little almond and cashew butter and 3 eggs…it was as if the sweetner was pulling the oil out of the dough. I could literally wring the oil out of it…the cookies were awful! The texture was almost like rubber…it was a waste of all my ingredients. I have never ever had this happen before and I make peanut butter cookies all the time. But this is the first time I have used this sweetener. Has this ever happened to anyone else?

    • [email protected] on said:

      I’ve never heard of that before! Odd!

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