Uninspired in the kitchen: flourless peanut butter cookies

Lately I have not felt very creative in the kitchen. Cooking has been more of a ‘they gotta eat before activity’ than ‘let’s try this out, it looks fun to make’. Baking is on the back-burner anyway what with all the sweets in the house from Easter still. Beside, I have a kid who likes to bake, so usually I pawn that off on her…


I had a craving for peanut butter cookies for an entire day. Couldn’t get them out of my mind. All I kept thinking about was these cookies.

Well it was raining and I had to pick up a gaggle of girls from school at lunch and bring them home. They’re going to want cookies. They always want cookies. So I thought, why not make some? There are three started jars of peanut butter in the kitchen (kids! ack! finish a jar before you start a new one!) which was perfect for my baking adventure.

I am not a baker.

I am however an eater of baked goods. πŸ˜›

Anyway this recipe is super simple, and what’s best about it is the fact that there is no flour in it. Wheat flour makes my eczema break out more, so I try to avoid it as often as possible.

I took this recipe and adapted it a touch. This is the result:

I ate 3. Along with a cup of tea on a rainy day. Perfect.

I think I will keep this recipe handy and mix it up with seed butter, almond butter, and different additives. For example, I didn’t have any chocolate chips left, but there’s an abundance of Easter chocolate still in the house. I simply beheaded a chocolate Easter bunny and chopped that into ‘chips’ to add to my batter.

The result was the same. Delish!

13 Replies to “Uninspired in the kitchen: flourless peanut butter cookies”

    1. My 10yo daughter was not impressed although not about the beheading, but the fact that I took her bunny instead of her brother’s. πŸ™ƒ

      In my defense her bunny basket was closer than his.


  1. I am so happy to find a flour-less version of a peanut butter cookie. They are my husband’s favorite but I am allergic to wheat so I haven’t baked them in a while. He would have to eat them all. LOL THANKS!

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    1. I didn’t have a large egg, so I used two small ones. Then the batter was a little wet so I added a touch of quick cook oats. I think it’s a matter of ‘touch and feel’….let me know if you made a delicious alternative, I’d be interested in that! πŸ™‚


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