These cookies are so delicious! They work with the low fodmap diet, are wheat free, gluten free, soy free and lactose-free! It’s an especially helpful recipe for celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease and other digestive disorders as well as those with auto-immune diseases like Hashimoto’s.
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The cookies are very easy and quick to make. Bake them for your kids, have them as a snack to enjoy at work or while on the run. Enjoy!
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
Makes 18 cookies
Serving size 1 to 2 cookies
- 1 C organic peanut butter
- 1 C organic sugar
- 1 teaspoon organic pure vanilla extract
- 1 tablespoon organic maple syrup
- 1 large egg
- Coarse Himalayan sea salt (optional)
- Use a medium-sized bowl and mix together the peanut butter, sugar, vanilla extract, maple syrup, and egg. Spoon out about a tablespoon of dough for each cookie and place on an un-greased cookie sheet, about one inch apart. Use the prongs of a fork to gently press down and flatten the cookie. Press down again about a quarter clockwise to make what’s called a crosshatch pattern. Optional – lightly sprinkle salt on top of the cookies.
- Bake for five minutes, then turn the cookie sheet 180 degrees and continue baking. Check on your cookies about five minutes later – they should be golden brown around the edges.
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These look delicious – I can’t eat wheat, so will have to give these a try – I miss peanut butter biscuits!
Oh my goodness thank you! I’m going to have to try these.
Share a photo when you do! ~ Colleen
Possibly the easiest and fastest cookies I’ve ever baked and tasted delicious!
Oh, wow! Yay! Thank you! SO excited that these are doable, are easy, and are safe! THANK YOU!!
Just started a FODMAP diet and was craving sweets! These were good – all 3 kids like them as well. Had to add another 5 minutes or so on my oven.
Awesome, glad to hear!
I wonder why you do not indicate how many cookies this recipe makes and what the SERVING size is?
Hi Sarah, thanks for pointing that out. It makes 18 cookies. About 2 to 3 cookies would be safe, but to stay on the healthier side, stick with 1 to 2.