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I made these sugar-free cookies with Dayelet Cookies sugar-free sweetener, a sugar substitute that replaces sugar in a 100% of its weight. It substitutes sugar in any recipe on a 'weight to weight' basis, without modifying the rest of the ingredients.

London, England, UK

21 people made this

IngredientsServes: 12

  • 170g peanut butter
  • 150g Dayelet Cookies sugar-free sweetener
  • 30g soya yoghurt
  • 1 egg
  • 150g soft wholemeal flour
  • 1/2 tablespoon baking powder

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:15min ›Extra time:20min › Ready in:50min

  1. Beat together the peanut butter, yoghurt and egg. Add Dayelet Cookies sugar-free sweetener and stir well. Mix in the flour and baking powder. Let the mixture rest for 20 minutes.
  2. Roll the dough and cut it into small pieces and place cookies on a greased tray.
  3. Bake at 190 C / Gas 5 for 10 to 15 minutes.


Carbohydrates: 51.8%.Fat: 16.2%.Proteín: 11.8%.Kcal./100 g: 365 (51 less calories).Calorie reduction: 12.2%.Glycemic Index: 30.

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Peanut Butter Cookies (Sugar Free, Low Carb, Gluten Free, THM S)

Cookies! I love the smell of baking cookies. I used to love coming home from school as a kid and find that mom had baked. She had two really good cookie recipes that I still love. They were a nice butter cookie and a chocolate cookie with chocolate chips.

She called the chocolate ones “Paul’s Cookies” because they were always my younger brother’s favorite. We still call them that to this day. I just called them both my cookies because I loved them each in all their glory.

Actually, I don’t think I have ever met a cookie that I didn’t like. I wanted to have this recipe out on the blog back before Christmas but with all the rush of the season, I simply didn’t get to it. But, I am sure you will enjoy them just as much as you would have then. After all, cookies are a perfect treat all year round, right? Right!

This version of peanut butter cookies is low carb, sugar-free, gluten-free and a Trim Healthy Mama “S” treat. Isn’t it great that we can eat cookies as part of our journey to getting healthy? As with any other food, eat them responsibly. Over doing it on treats, even low carb ones can still add up to less weight loss. I always feel a bit sad for those that choose an eating plan that would cut out cookies though. Can you imagine? No cookies, no way!

Over doing it on treats, even low carb ones can still add up to less weight loss. I always feel a bit sad for those that choose an eating plan that would cut out cookies though. Can you imagine? No cookies, no way!

Blunt honesty is coming in my next statement, so be ready. I can become a serious grumpy girl and may even seem a bit dangerous… like a hungry bear when denied cookies or any dessert for that matter. Am I alone in my honesty? Surely not!

Okay maybe I am, but don’t worry, my family is safe from my grumpiness because Mama Bear’s cookie jar will always be full now.

A great addition to this cookie would be some low carb chocolate chips like Lily’s. Oh man, we all know how well chocolate goes with peanut butter! Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoy this Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe.

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Sugar-free peanut butter cookies recipe - Recipes

I made this but used organic dark chocolate almond butter instead of peanut butter. As my 23 month old said, "Ummy!"

Love this recipe! I am avoiding sugar like the plague and I absolutely love Honey so keep it up! Oh and if anybody complains to you that honey is sugar, just remember, then so is an apple! lol

I am so glad I found this recipe - I need to avoid cane sugar, so the honey is wonderful. I also must avoid wheat, so I substituted 1 can garbanzo beans for the flour. If you have any friends who cannot have gluten, please let them know it's an easy substitution and works well. I also used half the honey (only 1/4 cup) and used 4 T applesauce instead of butter. I love that I have a fairly healthy (low sugar, low fat, good fiber), really tasty snack. Our nieces and nephews agree!

Hi there what temperature should I bake them with a conventional oven? 180?

I'm not sure. I would do a search on for 'oven temperature conversion chart.'

I don't like super-sweet things but love honey and peanut butter so I tried making these today. They turned out lovely! Thanks for the recipe!

Just a quick question for you! Is your peanut butter sweetened as well, or is the unsweetened kind?

It is so difficult to find recipes that are naturally sweetened. Thank you for this, they're delicious!!

I just took the last batch out of the oven and gad my first taste. I love these cookies and my 16 month old granddaughter will love them as well. Her parents restrict her sugar intake always use natural sweeteners where possible. These will be a perfect treat for her at Oma's house.
Than you for the recipe.

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What Ingredients Do I Need For Peanut Butter Cookies?

Here is a list of ingredients to make these cookies!

  • eggs
  • butter
  • natural peanut butter
  • salt
  • baking powder
  • vanilla extract

No Special Ingredients Needed For This Recipe

If you know anything at all about Trim Healthy Mama, you will have heard the term “no special ingredients”.

What this term means is that you should be able to find all of the ingredients in your local grocery stores and health food stores.

So this peanut butter cookie recipe is something you can make without having to place an order online for special ingredients.

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It’s simple: to make keto friendly cookies, use keto friendly ingredients. And, what ingredient could be more keto friendly or more cookie friendly than PEANUT BUTTER?! These keto peanut butter cookies are flourless, sugar free, and so simple to make.

You only need three ingredients: peanut butter, powdered sweetener, and an egg! Definitely the kind of low carb cookies you can make ALL the time. And, each of these keto peanut butter cookies has only 2 grams of net carbs—along with 9 grams of fuel-filled fat and 5 grams of satiating protein!

They’ve got all the creamy, buttery, salty sweet goodness of traditional peanut butter cookies, just without the carbs and sugars. And, by making simple substitutions to keep these peanut butter cookies low carb, we end up cleaning up the ingredients list, too!

Gluten Free & Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Whether you’re looking for clean cookies, gluten free cookies, grain free cookies, or low carb cookies recipes, the refined flours in traditional cookies have to go. Refined grains aren’t just high in carbs, but also lacking in nutrients and bad for blood sugar!

So, many low carb cookies use a low carb flour alternative, like almond or coconut flour. Luckily, with keto peanut butter cookies, you don’t even need ANY kind of flour at all!

The natural, thick gooeyness of peanut butter gives these low carb cookies a rich, dense texture on its own. Plus, it packs a punch of crave-able salty flavor into your keto cookies!

Sugar Free & Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies

Low calorie, low carb sweeteners are the ideal option for truly low carb desserts. Including these keto peanut butter cookies! But, I highly recommend using a natural low calorie, low carb sweetener—like stevia or erythritol—rather than artificial sweeteners.

Stevia and erythritol come from plants and foods found in nature, unlike artificial sweeteners which are made in a lab. And, these natural low calorie sweeteners can provide the sweetness needed in low carb desserts WITHOUT the carbohydrates and blood sugar consequences.

In my keto peanut butter cookies, I used a sugar free low carb powdered sweetener, which is made from erythritol. You could use a granulated low carb sweetener, but I really think a powdered sweetener works best to get that dense, creamy, crumbly texture.

I buy my low carb powdered sweetener online, but it can be a bit expensive. Instead, you can easily make your own stevia powdered sugar or powdered erythritol at home with a blender! Those few bucks will add up, giving you the freedom to whip up keto peanut butter cookies anytime—without breaking the bank!

Fuel-Filled Keto Peanut Butter Cookies!

Potent, peanut-buttery flavor, crispy edges, lusciously creamy in the middle—these keto peanut butter cookies may be better than the traditional!! (You’ll have to give ‘em a whirl and weigh in with your opinion…) In all seriousness though, I did NOT expect a low carb cookies recipe to turn out this amazing.

And, I especially love how hearty, satisfying, and nutritious these keto peanut butter cookies are, but with so few ingredients! I mean, five grams of protein in an all-natural, healthy, low carb cookie?! That’s what I’m talkin’ about!

But, the most important component in keto cookies: the dietary fats. Between the peanut butter and the egg, each of these keto peanut butter cookies can fuel you up with nine grams of wholesome fats!


If you’re not opposed to tossing in more add-ins to your gluten free peanut butter cookies, some delicious options include:


These soft peanut butter cookies are naturally gluten free but if you want a paleo friendly nut butter cookie, you can switch out the peanut butter with almond butter, cashew butter or pecan butter instead.

For a nut free version, use sunflower seed butter, tahini or pumpkin seed butter.


Monk fruit sweetener is my preferred sweetener I use in my low carb desserts. I find it mimics the taste of regular sugar the most without any aftertaste or cooling effect like I get with other sugar free sweeteners.

If you don’t have monk fruit sweetener, feel free to use erythritol or SWERVE if those are your preferred sugar free sweeteners. You may have to adjust the amount according to your taste.

Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe

On a hot and sticky September afternoon in the year 2000, I walked into a sterile, frigid building, looked into his eyes and fell head over heels in love with a stranger.

His name is Julian. He is a thoughtful, artistic, sensitive soul with a laugh that comes from the very depths of his being. He loves music, art and Pokemon. He is one of my g-kids.

Julian is one of the biggest supporters of my gluten-free lifestyle and always very concerned that what I eat not be harmful to me. He is my self declared number one taste tester for new recipes, especially for the sweets and treats.

Last week he asked me to give him cooking classes. We started with something simple, Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies.

These cookies are the perfect recipe for children. They require no fancy gadgets, just a bowl and a wooden spoon. No sharp implements, no dangerous mixer beaters. Plus they get to use their hands which is a big plus! I took oven duty, putting them in and taking them out and he did the rest.

We had a fun afternoon, he learned about measuring and stirring, got to lick the bowl and spoon, we chatted and laughed and best of all we were rewarded with some really delicious cookies.

These cookies may be easy to make and a great project for kids but believe me they are not to be relegated to the “kid’s food” category. They are sugary, chewy and utterly fantastic!

The fact that they are flourless is a plus but honestly you will never miss the flour, they are hands down the best peanut butter cookies I have ever had. Julian say’s it is because of the extra love he put in, could be. Try them yourself and let me know if it is Julian’s extra love that makes them so special or if they are just plain fantastic. Don’t worry, I’ll never tell.

Click here to see my cooking demonstration of this recipe on Daytime TV!

Last Words

This keto peanut butter cookie recipe is ideal if you desire something sweet without the added sugar. Plus, it’s easy to make and there are only 5 ingredients!

You can also experiment more with this keto cookie recipe. You can try them with almond butter, macadamia nut butter, or pecan butter. You can also try adding a dash of cinnamon. Or try adding some sugar-free chocolate chips to make keto-friendly Reese’s chocolate peanut butter cookies!

Let’s also not forget that these cookies can fit with many different types of diets: low-carb, keto, paleo, diabetic, gluten-free, and the list goes on. The recipe can also be adjusted to fit a vegan diet by substituting the egg with flaxseeds or chia seeds.

Enjoy these keto peanut butter cookies with a glass of unsweetened vanilla almond milk. Creamy almond milk is an ideal keto-friendly beverage at only 1 gram of net carbs per cup. It’s also surprisingly low in calories at 40 calories per cup.

Please note that In the short-term, nutritional ketosis is considered safe, however, there is limited research on the long-term effects. This is why it is recommended to eventually transition to a sustainable, nutrient-dense, low-carb diet.

Certain groups of people are advised not to follow a ketogenic diet, including people with type 1 diabetes, pancreatic disease, liver conditions, thyroid problems, eating disorders, gallbladder disease, pregnant or breastfeeding women, and athletes.

Always check with your doctor or dietitian first to make sure it is safe for you to start a keto diet.


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