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This post wasn’t on my schedule, it was very spur of the moment. I wanted dessert! So I decided to make a batch of Low carb keto peanut butter cookies. They are very easy and a quick dessert. I had everything made and cleaned up in around fifteen minutes and the best part…there are only three ingredients. See, I said they were super easy!
I’ve been doing a Fitish version of Keto for about three months now. Fitish meaning I’m not counting carbs at all, I’m just eating only a little bit on occasion and staying away from sugar. I’m down to the last little bit of weight – 4lbs exactly until I get to my weight goal. I’ve lost 9lbs since on Keto and 36lbs over-all – whoo hoo, yay me.
You should also check out my Keto Cast Iron Blueberry Cobbler, it is SO delicious!
Here is what you need for the cookies, it isn’t much. Remember, it is only THREE ingredients!
1 Cup All Natural Peanut Butter (make sure there isn’t sugar added)
1/2 cup non-sugar Sweetener -You can use Stevia but I think the best is Swerve
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Mix the ingredients together. Roll the mix into 12 balls placing them on the parchment covered cookie sheet.
Press the cookies with a fork in a criss cross pattern. Put them into the oven for 12-15 minutes. Pull them out and let cool for a few minutes. Enjoy!
Do you have a favorite low carb or Keto dessert that you LOVE? Come share it with us in my Facebook group!
If you are in my Facebook group you know that I’ve been on the Keto diet for the last few months. It is going quite well, especially when I can eat things like this keto cast iron blueberry cobbler!
I didn’t have much to lose (after losing 32lbs with diet and exercise) but I plateaued and wasn’t feeling hot. A lot of carbs and processed food had snuck back into my diet so I decided to buckle down and shed this last little bit. I’m down 8lbs and feel great.
Many people say that Keto is very hard and restrictive. I don’t find that to be the case. My diet was much more restrictive before Keto. Now I’m eating many more fats than I was before. I don’t go crazy – no bacon at every meal. Cutting sugar was the hardest. I forgot that it is pretty much in EVERYTHING but I quickly remembered when I started reading packages again. I already used swerve or stevia in my coffee so it wasn’t that big of a switch once I was mindful.
Does it taste like regular cobbler? No, it doesn’t but it is delicious. The almond flour tastes completely different than conventional flour. I’m used to it and like it. I’ve also made a version of this with coconut flour that was very good.
3 cups berries (I used raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries)
2. Place berries in a 6.5″ cast iron skillet and toss with Swerve, cinnamon, and salt.