7 Reviews

The dough came out way to crumbly. It was hard to make the balls because it kept falling apart in my hands.It tasted dry and if you don't have anything to drink, don't eat the cookie.

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Ace1972 August 12, 2002

Fairly easy to make. I was in a hurry so I just plonked little heaps on the pan and squished them! Maybe that's why they were rather crumbly. They taste really good and the whole family loves them.

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Brendamom May 20, 2002

I was out of honey, so I used some treacle. Also used low sodium peanut butter. Spread a little sugar-free blackcurrant jam on them - quite tasty.

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Guabi Guabi April 09, 2002

My DD actually did the baking. She said the dough was very sticky! I said, "What do you expect when you are using honey and peanut butter? LOL! The cookies are very good and they don't have any after taste that some diabetic foods have. She baked them on parchment paper and in our oven they took only 7-minutes. She also used 2-eggs and Splenda Brown Sugar Blend. Great recipe!

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AcadiaTwo October 05, 2008

This recipe was easy to make and cooked up easily. Being diabetic I am always looking for recipes that can get me through that sweet craving and this was perfect. I cooked half of the dough plain and the other half with butterscotch chips. My son and his girl ate them up! They are not even diabetic!

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Bugmom in Denver, Co. February 05, 2006

recently tried these. i am diabetic so my wife and i are always on the hunt for diabetic recpies. I really liked these so thank you very much.

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Bluenoser August 18, 2005
Diabetic Peanut Butter Cookies