Just some cookies.

Ingredients. Add a pinch of salt if your nut butter is unsalted.

Ingredients. No baking soda or anything. Stir it all together in a medium or large bowl. Add one pinch of fine salt if your nut butter is unsalted.

Oven 350. Two cookie sheets, lined with parchment. Using a #70 gelato scoop, this makes exactly fifty dough globs.

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Flatten the globs with your fingers. It is OK to cram the cookies on the sheet. They will not spread much.

Scratch and sniff. But don't if you hate peanut butter.

Do not activate scratch and sniff feature if you hate peanut butter.

Bake for ten minutes. Rotate cookie sheets up/down/front/back. Bake for five minutes more or until edges begin to brown. Enjoy a damn fine fragrance and bountiful number of cookies for your five minutes of effort. Allow to cool before eating.

Chewy, nutty, sweet, perfect snacky, homey-homely cookies.

We dose these as if they’re 6g CHO/cookie, even though they have more like 7 or 8g CHO each. Maybe it’s coconut sugar magic? So FWIW, 6 is what works for B.

My obsession with this kind of cookie began here at Hannah’s.

All this PLUS hardly any dishes to wash.

All this PLUS hardly any dishes to wash. (Only dishes within blue circle are cookie related.)



  1. StephenS · October 2, 2014

    Someone has to say it, so I will: Too bad this isn’t smellivision. Can’t wait to try these out.


  2. scully · October 3, 2014

    Oh shit….
    not since the chickpea cookie revolution have I looked at cookies the same. Until now.


  3. type1tot · October 4, 2014

    Hope you’re feeling better now. Check this out. Was trying to indulge in guilty pleasure and read something specifically NOT diabetes, but it popped up anyhow:
    Pretty, pretty pictures at any rate….


  4. Linda · October 4, 2014

    Thank you! – You hand wash dishes too and you still love to bake and cook? For some reason this makes me feel better. Inspired even.


  5. Kelli · October 21, 2014

    Have u tried this with sun butter?


    • Katy · October 21, 2014

      I have not but know from a trusted friend it works! Ditto tahini, or whatever nutty seedy fatty paste you like.


      • Kelli · October 23, 2014



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