How-to-Make Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies THREE Ways!

... and ALL of them LOW-CARB!

It’s only going to take a small tweak to make these great flourless peanut butter cookies low carb and LOOK how simple they are to make! You’re going to be throwing them together all the time! 

flourless low carb peanut butter cup cookies

Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Posted by Tasty on Thursday, August 20, 2015

 

These simple to make cookies need only have their sugar and chocolate tweaked to make them delicious low-carb delights that both you and your family will love!

Of course you are not going to use sugar! But you can substitute the same amount of Splenda or your favorite low-carb artificial sweetener… and there are a number of low-carb chocolate chips that you can add to the mix instead of dropping a whole Hershey kiss on top.  

BUT want something even MORE decadent? In place of the Hershey kiss add a Russell Stover sugar-free peanut butter cup! O-M-G! Love! LOVE! Love! It’s so much better that no one will miss the sugar-laden kind!

How about breaking up a Russell Stover sugar-free chocolate toffee candy and mixing that into the cookie mix? Have more ideas? Please leave them in your comment below.

In the meantime, enjoy!

Ciao! ~Marge Burkell










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