The smell of cookies makes my knees go all wobbly! And these cookies are divine! They’re grain-free, gluten-free and sugar-free but don’t see that an excuse to eat them all in one serving (this is a note to myself). No really, they’re delicious!
They’re actually featured in a baking book I made a few years ago. I’m really not that much into baking. Real food is more my thing but my publisher got me drunk in champagne one night and had me sign af contract for a baking book. True story! Well, almost. She did get me drunk and late at night convinced me of making the book although I had refused the idea so many times before. But I did agree to it in the end and I was sober when I signed the contract.
And the book actually turned out really nice and sold pretty good too so who am I to complain.
MAKES 16 COOKIES
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- 150g butter, room temperature
- 3 spsk Sukrin Gold
- 1 egg
- 100 ml of Almond Flour by Sukrin*
- 0,5 tsp of vanilla powder
- 0,5 tsp og baking powder
- 3 large tablespoons of crunchy peanut butter
- 50g of dark chocolate, roughly chopped
* The almond flour by Sukrin is a fat-reduced fiber rich type of almond flour and you cannot substitute it for normal almond flour/ground almonds. You need the fibres for the batter to stick together.
2. Add almond flour, vanilla and baking powder and beat until combined.
3. Add peanut butter, beat again, and stir in the chocolate with a spoon so the chocolate chips are well mixed into the batter.
4. Preheat oven to 350°F/180°C
5. Place the batter in little tops on a baking plate lined with parchment paper. You don’t have to flatten them, This will happen automatically in the oven. But make sure they don’t sit too close to one another.
6. Bake them in the oven for 10-12 minutes or until they start to become a bit golden brown. Take them out and let them rest on the warm baking plate.
7. And now comes the hard part: These cookies taste their best if allowed to cool completely before serving. So put them in the fridge and let them cool for a few hours. It requires serious willpower, I know this, but the reward will be the most delicious fudgy low carb cookies.
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