Recipe by Sherry Lewis
"Sugar free peanut cookies."
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granulated artificial sweetener
This sugar-free cookie is really good as is, but I took it a step further and used this as a thumbprint cookie, putting the indentation in the middle before baking and then filling the "thumbprint" with sugar-free jelly after they cooled. This really made a fantastic cookie even better!!!
Hello, my dad is a diabetic and wanted to make him some cookies. I made a couple of alterations to make this recipe actually taste good instead of plan like many many recipes! LOL! OK, I talk alot. . . let me tell you what I did:
I only made half the recipe first.
I substituted 2 Tablespoons of artificial sweetener and used 2 Tbs of fresh squeezed orage juice. I didn't use half of that amount because I really wanted the taste of it.
1/2 of vanilla and of course the margarine
Instead of adding water I again used 2 Tablespoons of orange juice :)
1 cup of flour
Since I didn't have any peanuts or peanut butter with nuts I didn't use the egg white or the peanuts; I used instead 1/2 cup of creamy peanut butter, 1/2 cup of raisins, and I grated a large, fresh orange and used half of the gratings, plus I used a dash of nutmeg and cinnamon.
Every oven seems to cook or bake differently anyway it baked very nicely for 20 minutes. They came out soft and a little sweet because of the raisins. I will make it again.
You can e-mail me at royalblue33179@AOL.com about my alterations in this recipe, tell me what you think. Type in the subject box peanut butter cookies.
Goodbye and happy baking.
Something must be missing--probably an egg. When I took these out of the oven, they literally disintegrated! Looking at the recipe now, I see there's nothing to bind the cookies--it's basically butter and flour. Add an egg, and these would probably be very tasty.
These are great, considering they're sugar free. I did make some alterations: I used 1/2 C dairy-free margarine (Nucoa) and 1/2 C peanut butter instead of 1 C margarine. I also put an additional teaspoons of vanilla in after tasting the dough. I added 1 Tablespoon of honey in addition to the artificial sweetner. Also, since I can't have gluten, I used 1 2/3 C brown rice flour and 1/3 C amaranth flour. I made one tray, and was wishing they were a little sweeter, so I dipped the tops of the rest in Xylitol (after rolling in peanuts). They come out looking glossy on top, but delicious!
very dry and tasteless...kind of like a biscuit with nuts
This was possibly the worst recipe that I have ever tried. It was not to our liking at all.
poor must be some errors
FYI . . With two cups of all purpose flour these WILL NOT BE sugar free!!! The starch in the flour will convert to sugar when digested into your body. Also, one cup of margarine? Who want to have a heart attack?
The title is misleading these are not sugar free but rather "no sugar added"
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sugar Free Peanut Butter Balls
Serving Size: 1/27 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 27
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 73
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