4 Reviews

i actually like the gooey feeling ( i know i'm a weirdo ) lol .. and it's a really good recipe for my cheat days ! thank you :)

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Dazhia J. November 05, 2015

I first chose this recipe because I already had all the ingredients in my kitchen, but now I'm addicted. I use honey and almond milk and make half batches, which is still a ton of cookies.

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celeste.arias October 07, 2015

Thanks for the recipe! Peanut butter and chocolate, you can't go wrong! I love love! these! Substitute the agave nectar if possible :-) I eat a vegan diet and prefer grade B maple syrup or dates (I soak them in a little bit of water or coconut water to make them the consistency of nectar). Both maple syrup and dates are more nutrient dense than agave nectar. Even though agave nectar has a low glycemic index, it has a high fructose content, which makes it hard for your body to metabolize. Anyway, try maple syrup or dates instead, they are both tasty and healthier alternatives to agave nectar!

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Anonymous May 21, 2015

My Mom used to make these for us when I was young and they were my all time favorite but she used sugar. These days I stay away from sugar and was so happy to find this recipe with honey and the option to use agave as well. I also added a little coconut to this recipe and they were wonderful. Thanks!

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Gayle D. February 07, 2015
Gluten-Free No Bake Cookies - Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and Oats