Press dough into the cookie whisk until batter is smooth. I’d love to see it. Add in cocoa powder and scoop to compact it. Basically checks all my dessert boxes, and is ideal for those who follow a low-carb. This is making me drool Reply.
They are keto-friendly but they can be adjusted for those not following a keto diet. These four ingredients are all you need to make this recipe. In the photo above I also have chocolate chips but they are completely optional. You can find the full recipe with ingredient quantities and steps at the end of this post in the recipe card. Here, I discuss more in detail the ingredients needed and possible substitutions. The key to the chewy texture is the almond butter. Make sure to use creamy natural almond butter. This is the kind that you will need to stir. If you use almond butter processed with oils, the texture will be too thick to stir. You want to stick to a syrup with a thin consistency like real maple syrup instead of something thick like honey, otherwise it will be very difficult to mix. I used Lankanto maple flavored syrup.
A perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth and get in some valuable macronutrients. Which… is nothing like a cookie at all. They too, tend to have a more fudge like texture. As for the peanut butter flavor, well yes. These taste like peanut butter unless you add cocoa to make the chocolate peanut butter version. Hope this additional information helps clarify what the recipe is! Unfortunately, it can be hard to cut back refined sugar and get use to the flavor of all natural sweeteners.