25 Reviews

I made these to take to a party. They were fast and easy to do. I changed the recipe by not putting in the salt or the soda. After I pressed them down with the fork, I sprinkled a coat of coarse Himalayan Salt. They were dense, flavorful and chewy. Everyone RAVED about them and they LOVED the salted top!

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barnhart.jocelyn August 30, 2015

Love Love Love these they are the ones my family has been making for ever and so yummy

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luvcookies! October 13, 2014

My DH needs gluten free foods, I keep these on hand all the time, I only put 1/3 cup of choclate chips in them. Very good.

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grammacooks January 24, 2012

Tasty, very easy to make (and eat!). I'll do these coockies again soon.

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Limadito January 02, 2011

These are a great cookie that packs a lot of peanut butter flavor. The full recipe made about 6 dozen cookies. The mixture was a little dry and I'm not sure if that was the natural peanut butter or not. The cookie balls were rolled in a cinnamon and sugar mixture prior to flattening. The cookies have a nice texture and are really being enjoyed.

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PaulaG December 22, 2010

These are great! I made them large to have as a breakfast cookie on the run and it worked perfectly! The kids loved them too, and didn't even miss the flour in them!

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cariannhillsgrove May 15, 2010

Great cookies! I only made a half batch and used splenda in place of the sugar, and they came out perfect. I made mine quite large and got 10 cookies out of the 1/2 batch. The flavor is yummy and I would definately make these again. Made for Cook-a-thon for Pets'R'us.

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DeeVaFoodie May 05, 2010

These cookies are terrific! I used Splenda for the sugar with great results. I cooked for 9 minutes and mine came out with a great texture, just like a "normal" peanut butter cookie. I guess I made mine a little smaller, since I got 27 cookies out of 1/2 batch. Thanks for posting this great recipe!

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loof January 26, 2010

Instead of the 2 cups of sugar, I successfully used 2 cups of Splenda for a very low sugar adaptation to this recipe. Was it the best cookie I've ever eaten? Of course not. But for brittle diabetics who have to limit sugar and starches, or for those on low carb diets it will be a welcome treat.

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tamtalb April 15, 2008

These are great! A cookie I can eat. My son loves them also, and he doesn't have a gluten problem.

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KatMcC February 10, 2008
No Flour Peanut Butter Cookies