Flourless, Sugarfree Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookies


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These flourless peanut butter cookies are a dream if you're going gluten-free and sugar-free, especially with the perfect pairing of chocolates. I have used Martha's recipe and replaced caster sugar with pure stevia extract powder and they turned out fantastic.

  • 250 g Smooth peanut butter
  • 1 Large egg, lightly beaten
  • 0,6 g Pure stevia extract (or 180 grams of sugar)
  • 1/2 tsp Baking soda
  • 1/3 tsp Salt
  • 150 g Dark chocolate chips
  • 50 g White chocolate chips, optional
  • 150 g Roasted salted peanuts
  1. Preheat oven to 160C/320F, fan-forced. Line two baking sheets with parchment papers. Set aside.
  2. Cream peanut butter, pure stevia, egg, baking soda and salt i na large mixing bowl until well combined. Stir in chopped chocolates and peanuts. With damp hands, roll level tablespoon of dough into a ball. Place on the prepared baking sheets. Flatten slightly.
  3. Bake for 12-14 minutes until golden and puffed, swapping baking sheets halfway through cooking.


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106 comments:

Marcellina In Cucina 1/3/14 05:19

Your cookies look amazing, Angie! I love that everyone can enjoy this recipe!

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Geraldine Saucier 1/3/14 06:41

Love these cookies - they look delicious:). I have never baked with stevia. I need to make these cookies. Have a great weekend.

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Elzbieta Hester 1/3/14 07:20

The cookies look perfect, Angie! I can't believe they are flourless...bake and learn...Great recipe, thanks! :) ela

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Lite Home Bake 1/3/14 08:37

Your place is the best place to be for healthy, tasty and pretty goodies!

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Dajana 1/3/14 09:11

They came out perfect. I can't believe there's not a pinch of flour, just great

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Mich PieceofCake 1/3/14 09:33

I am amazed by the look of these cookies and there is absolutely no flour! Wish I could try some.

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Veronica Miller 1/3/14 09:38

Sweet (literally)! I have a friend who has gone sugar free - I'll have to send this to her! Along with some stevia powder b/c she doesn't have any. :) These look great!

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Medeja 1/3/14 09:50

These cookies look great, so many delicious things are in them :)

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 1/3/14 10:50

Healthy and devilishly good!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Rosita Vargas 1/3/14 12:04

OMG son hermosas y crujientes te han quedado muy buenas Angie,abrazos.

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Sam Hoffer @ My Carolina Kitchen 1/3/14 12:19

I also can't believe there's no flour in them. Fabulous and so pretty too.
Sam

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Guru Uru 1/3/14 12:38

Flourless and delicious, I love the range of chips in it :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Tze @ Awayofmind 1/3/14 13:10

Angie, the cookies looks so tempting with the chocolate! it looks really great!

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Susan 1/3/14 14:40

My granddaughters would love these; they're lactose-intolerant and the cookies would be perfect! I'm experimenting with the Kamut you had sent to me and will post it this weekend! Thank you again for introducing me to your world of grains! XOXO

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kitchen flavours 1/3/14 16:33

Delightful cookies! Perfect with a cuppa tea!

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suhaina aji 1/3/14 17:09

Cookies looks yumm and its so perfectly made. Love the clicks.

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Liz Berg 1/3/14 19:34

A gorgeous cookie with a taste to match their beauty!! YUM!

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Beth 1/3/14 21:54

Chocolate and peanut butter is always a great combination!

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grace 1/3/14 22:24

i like everything about these, angie, especially the addition of white chocolate chips!

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Kathy 1/3/14 23:43

Wow, These look fabulous, Angie! Chocolate and peanut butter...perfect together!

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Jasna Varcakovic 2/3/14 01:57

Must try; they sound and look delightful.

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Chris Scheuer 2/3/14 02:28

Wow Angie! I've never heard of pure stevia extract powder but from the looks of these cookies it certainly worth trying. They look wonderful!

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Veena Theagarajan 2/3/14 03:26

looks amazing Angie.. any suggestion to replace egg?

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Anne@FromMySweetHeart 2/3/14 03:53

Angie...I LOVE peanut butter chocolate chip cookies and these look pretty amazing! : )

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Catherine 2/3/14 04:03

Dear Angie, These cookies look beautiful. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food and Style 2/3/14 04:15

Gorgeous as always, Angie... the mix of white and dark chocolate sounds enticing indeed.

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cakewhiz 2/3/14 05:19

These look so good that I just had to pin them immediately! It's so hard to come up with a good healthy cookie recipe but looks like you got it perfect...Bravo! :D

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Cass @foodmyfriend 2/3/14 07:42

These look amazing Angie. The only thing I worry about with stevia is the after taste. Was there any?

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sophiesfoodiefiles 2/3/14 10:17

Waw, these cookies look amazing! I am only beginning with stevia just now & this is a great recipe to use it in! The cookies look so delectable, Angie! MMMMMM! xxx

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CQUEK 2/3/14 11:50

This looks so tasty!

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Barbara 2/3/14 12:58

I've seen a few recipes for flourless pb cookies, but have not tried one yet. These look really good and fun idea to have double chips in them.

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Angie Schneider 2/3/14 13:27

@Cass @foodmyfriend It's not bitter at all...the one I use for the baking is about 300 times sweeter than sugar, so you just need very little (less than one gram), if it tastes bitter, it might because you have used more than it requires.

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Ann Low 2/3/14 14:23

These pretty peanut butter cookies look pretty and I like that they are sugarfree :)

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Jeannie Tay 2/3/14 14:58

That looks so yummy! Just peanut butter to bind them together? Amazing!

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http://platanosmangoes.com 2/3/14 15:15

I am sending this recipe to my son....

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Muna Kenny 2/3/14 16:33

These cookies look perfect Angie, and I can't believe they are flourless :)

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lena 2/3/14 16:36

hi angie! hope you are doing good. i have not gone back to blogging yet, will do so soon. These peanut cookies sound wonderful, i think i shld try baking some flourless cookies too..the chocolate chips are a good yummy addition!

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easyfoodsmith 2/3/14 17:00

I am always intrigued by flourless cakes and cookies. These look fab!

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Alex 2/3/14 17:50

They look so great. Funny thing, I was talking with a couple of friends just yesterday and we were all commenting on the fact that we all hadn't eaten peanut butter in quite a while. You are going to make me buy some, with this. ;)

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My Inner Chick 2/3/14 21:00

I want.
I need.
I desire.
NOW!! Xx

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fimère .b 2/3/14 21:10

terriblement gourmand et croquants
bonne soirée

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Indrė 2/3/14 21:31

I think stevia powder is still not available in our country, but cookies look promising. As I'm trying to cut sugar a bit - I need to find a reason to cook them. Still - they look very tasty and crunchy.

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cristina 2/3/14 21:36

A great cookie recipe, Angie and no special ingredients needed (except the Stevia), love it!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 2/3/14 22:25

Wow, they did turn out fantastic, Angie! They sound so delicious with all of the chocolate chips and peanuts too.

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GG 2/3/14 23:42

These cookies look great. I wondered if you could use stevia in cookies. GG

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Gloria Baker 3/3/14 00:05

these cookies look awesome Angie!!

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The Yum List 3/3/14 00:47

Yum! Although I'm not so fond of the taste of stevia. I think I'd prefer them with real sugar...

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Dawn Yucuis 3/3/14 04:12

It is hard to believe these cookies don't have flour or sugar, they look perfecty yummy.

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motherrimmy 3/3/14 04:23

I know a husband that wishes he had these cookies with his coffee tonight for sure!

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mjskit 3/3/14 04:24

This cookie monster really wants a few of these cookies! I can't believe they don't have flour in them. Looking at the list of ingredients I'm thinking - Reeses peanut butter cups - Lots of chocolate and peanut butter. Love these cookies!

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Yi @ Yi Reservation 3/3/14 05:07

Wonderful peanut butter cookies!! I am tempted to experiment gluten-free diet and I think this recipe will make it a good start! Thanks!

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the Squishy Monster 3/3/14 05:37

They sound so divine, I doubt I'd even miss the flour and sugar....they look fabulous, Angie!

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Sokehah Cheah 3/3/14 08:35

Flourless.... they must taste great with whole peanut butter and choc chips thrown in!

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Anne Regalado 3/3/14 11:19

I have a box of white stevia powder here :D Your cookies look wonderful and no flour , yet those cookies still look fluffy ! Chocolate chips are a perfect addition .

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Joanne 3/3/14 12:56

I love peanut butter cookies! What a fun sweet treat these are!

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Jeanette 3/3/14 13:47

Love that these cookies have no flour at all in them - they're adorable!

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Michael Toa 3/3/14 15:36

That is fantastic! I'm not allergic to gluten, but some of my friends and family members are. So, you have provided me with another wonderful baking ideas. I look forward to trying these cookies.

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Nammi 3/3/14 17:18

its hard to believe these cookies have no flour or sugar,

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Pam 3/3/14 18:34

Guilt free deliciousness - they look tasty!

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Jessica @ Jessiker Bakes 3/3/14 19:22

These cookies look great Angie! Love that their flourless AND sugarfree!

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Shashi Charles 3/3/14 19:35

I have a very similar go-to peanut butter/ chocolate cookie I make, but I have never added baking soda to it. These look amazing Angie

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Erica 3/3/14 19:51

I can't believe these don't have flour. They look amazing,Angie!

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Debra Eliotseats 3/3/14 20:40

These look beautiful....I doubt anyone would miss the flour and sugar with these.

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Ashley 3/3/14 20:58

I keep meaning to try flourless peanut butter cookies but just haven't gotten around to it! I love that you have both dark and white chocolate chips in here!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 3/3/14 21:53

The cookies look fabulous Angies, they seem moist with so much peanut butter. Next please work on an as good cookie that is totally calorie less lol.

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Reeni Pisano 4/3/14 02:49

What irresistible cookies Angie! You packed them with all kinds of delicious things! Lovely.

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noobcook 4/3/14 05:42

always love a gluten-free bake. They look lovely.

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 4/3/14 05:51

I don't like looking at pictures like yours. It makes me want to lick the screen! I have never tried stevia and i should. And I will!

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Katerina 4/3/14 08:41

These are such delicious low calorie cookies Angie! I am bookmarking them!

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Jenn C 4/3/14 13:20

Wow...what a great way to indulge without all the guilt!!!

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Kitchen Belleicious 4/3/14 14:23

i can't believe these are sugar free! They look so delicious and nutty!

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Rebecca Subbiah 4/3/14 15:27

these look wonderful wouldn't mind one with my coffee

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Hema 4/3/14 17:11

These cookies look so awesome, feel like having a couple now..

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Sue/the view from great island 4/3/14 19:14

I love flourless cookies, but I've never tried Stevia --- these look yummy!

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Raven Cauthon 4/3/14 19:15

Those look amazing! If only I could get Patrick to eat peanuts!

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Alida 4/3/14 21:13

Great for diets and non. I love these lovely cookies and what I love most is that they are sugar free. We can all train our palate to have less sugar. I don't like those industrial biscuits you get in supermarkets. They are loaded with sugar, really too much.
Well done on these Angie, always great posts!

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Julia | JuliasAlbum.com 4/3/14 21:17

Wow, Angie, these cookies look so real! I would've never suspected they are flourless! I am sure they are so delicious too! Love recipes like that!

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 5/3/14 04:03

Flourless but they look so fluffy! Amazing job!

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 5/3/14 05:50

How could I ever resist a delicious PB cookie, especially when its sugar free and flour less. Never. :D

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Ann Jones 5/3/14 12:39

These look great! I make flour less peanut butter cookies a lot since I can't eat gluten, they are so yummy! Great looking recipe and photos :)

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Tricia Buice 5/3/14 13:50

Wow Angie- I've seen a few of these flourless recipes lately and have been dying to try one. Your recipe sounds perfect. Do you think I could use honey instead of Stevia? Just wondering - but why mess with perfection? White chocolate - I bet that really sends these over the top. Yummmy!

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Geni 5/3/14 19:40

These look fantastic. We are mostly gluten free at our house these days so these would be a definite winner!

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Juliana 5/3/14 20:26

Oh Angie, these cookies look gorgeous, hard to believe that they are flourless...and sugarless...that is good, this way I can have lots of it...yum!
Hope you are having a lovely week :D

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Elisabeth Pregadio 5/3/14 21:12

Angie, you could actually promote and sell these amazing 'gluten-free, sugar-free' yummy peanut butter cookies at our 'green market' and would sell them all out as soon as you put them out! I have not seen such gorgeous, and perfectly shaped cookies at our market, at all. Every Saturday people are selling their baked goods, and nothing compares to your homemade cookies! xo

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Christine Ho 6/3/14 01:14

Excellent gluten-free chocolate cookies. They look delicious and attractive, Angie.

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Yelena Strokin 6/3/14 03:05

Very nice recipe, I love that it is flour less! Very healthy! Thank you for sharing.

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Erin | The Law Students Wife 6/3/14 06:27

I made peanut butter cookies just last night! Mine were definitely NOT sugar free and had a heap of butter. Next time I need to go the guilt free route and try yours :)

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Kelly 6/3/14 12:21

These cookies look fantastic Angie! I can never resist anything with peanut butter and flourless makes these even more awesome :)

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Blog do Chocolate 6/3/14 16:20

I have no doubts, Angie, delicious and beautiful !
Would love to try them ! :)

Cheers,

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Choclette 8/3/14 20:27

Gosh, I'm amazed these have stayed to gather so well, given they don't have flour to bind them. They sound superb and I am going to have to try them.

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Roz Corieri Paige 9/3/14 14:43

Angie, I'm convinced that you are the absolutely, hands-down, most creative and exciting food blogger on the web! Not only are these cookies yummy with all of that chocolate, they are also good for us! I am always inspired by your photography . . . always eye candy!!!!!!

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Roz Corieri Paige 9/3/14 14:44

PS: Love the quote about grandmothers and recipes at the end of this post!

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 10/3/14 17:25

What a lovely rise from a small touch of baking soda -- I have never been a fan of the taste of stevia however in a setting like this, I have no doubt the other delightful flavours would come shining through! :) And what a great option for diabetics and those of us on lower sugar diets.

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Cass @foodmyfriend 11/3/14 02:43

I'm so into peanut butter now :) I love it!

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Vicki Bensinger 11/3/14 03:14

Who could resist these healthy cookies and with chocolate chips - yum!

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Terra 12/3/14 04:56

Oh my gosh, no flour or sugar, and your cookies look so puffy and gorgeous! Love this recipe! Hugs, Terra

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Amelia 12/3/14 16:41

Hi Angie, very addictive cookies. It sure taste good with a nice cup of coffee. :))

Best regards.

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afracooking 15/3/14 00:25

Stevia really is quite magical! Fabulously healthy recipe.

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angela@spinachtiger 3/4/14 17:43

What a delicious looking gluten free cookie. Loved the peanuts too.

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sophiesfoodiefiles 13/4/14 10:08

I made your divine cookies & my hubby nearly ate them all,...yes, it is true,...So, I had to make them again,.... & again,....:)

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Nippon Nin 21/4/14 05:57

Fantastic recipe! I try to limit my carbohydrate intake lately but I crave sweets. This seems to calm the sweet tooth and I love peanut butter.

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