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Gluten free peanutbutter cookies

Updated on March 16, 2012

Three ingredient, gluten free, no mess cookies

I'm pretty easy to entertain but these cookies are like a small miracle. When I heard flour free I was hesitant to even try them but they are so good you can't even tell they are gluten free.

This recipe is GREAT for kids to make or for people with arthritis or stress issues. I'M SERIOUS! We used this recipe in our cooking class for our therapy patients today and they loved it!

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

I said only 3 ingredients but you will also need a gallon size plastic storage bag (for the no mess part).

One cup crunchy peanutbutter

One cup sugar ( you can use splenda for sugar free too! )

Two eggs

Put all ingredients into plastic bag and squish and squish until its completely mixed. They say squishing something even reduces blood pressure!

Cut one corner out of the bottom of your bag like a pastry bag and squeeze cookies onto a slightly oiled cookie sheet about 2 inches apart.

Bake in 350 degree oven for 10 to 15 minutes depending on how your oven ranges in temperatures.

Cool and enjoy!


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    • tigerbaby777 profile image

      tigerbaby777 6 years ago from Nampa

      I think a hershey's kiss on top would be awesome! I'm a chocolate lover....

      My daughter in law made these with splenda, equal amount to sugar, and they were just as good. My grandson and her mother are both diabetic. Nice alternative to sugar cookies

    • Babby Dolan profile image

      Babby Dolan 6 years ago from Minnesota

      I have made these before but lost the recipe. I have used Splenda and they turned out great! Remind me of peanut butter blossoms. Hmmm....I wonder how a Hershey's kiss plunked on top would work.