Grain-free desserts are often hard to find, don’t you think? If you love chocolate chip cookies but can’t eat wheat because of health reasons – or personal preferences – you can still enjoy the savory bites by making grain-free chocolate chip cookies.
These sugar-free cookies will become a family favorite as they fulfill any craving you may have for chocolate chip cookies. They are great to have when you’re longing for something sweet. You can also put them in the freezer and eat them cold – especially in spring or summer. Our grain-free chocolate chip cookies are crunchy on the outside and moist and soft inside.
Use a kitchen scale to measure each of the ingredients for accuracy.
⅟4 cup of date sugar
⅟4 cup of ground flax seed
⅟4 cup of melted coconut oil
⅟4 cup of unsalted organic peanuts (crushed)
⅟4 teaspoon of salt
⅟3 cup of cane sugar or sucanat
⅟2 cup of semisweet chocolate chips
1 large white egg
1 cup of peanut butter (you can use ⅟4 cup of coconut and peanut spread and 3/8 cup of peanut butter with flax
Olive oil or some other natural oil
Parchment paper (optional)
Cookies taste lovely when they cool to room temperature. They do not crumble easily and become tastier. Don’t eat these grain-free cookies when they are hot, leave them to cool and you’ll discover they are worth the wait. These sugar-free peanut butter cookies are easy to make and quite healthy. If you have diabetes, you’ll be happy to hear that they are perfect diabetic desserts.
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