No bake peanut butter cookies

These 3-ingredient no-bake peanut butter cookies are easy healthy no-bake keto cookies without milk or butter. In fact, those are vegan peanut butter cookies made with only plant-based low-carb ingredients.

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Easy no-bake peanut butter cookies

You will not believe those are made with only 3 ingredients! Yes, the chocolate shell is optional so technically you don’t need this 4th ingredient to make these cookies! It is the cherry on the cake, up to you to add this or not. Plus, they taste like a real peanut butter cookie. They are buttery, slightly crumbly, and melt-in-your-mouth. But don’t be confused, those are vegan no-bake peanut butter cookies without butter or milk! The secret to this amazing texture is a simple combo of peanut butter and coconut flour!

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Is coconut flour healthy?

Coconut flour is an amazing healthy gluten-free flour. First, because it contains a high amount of fiber, protein, and iron too! Indeed, 1/4 cup of coconut flour covers 20% of iron daily value, amazing right? Then, it has very few net carbs (8g per 1/4 cup of flour. It means it is a very fulfilling flour, that release energy slowly to your body and stabilize your blood sugar level. As a result, coconut flour is great flour for diabetic or keto baking. Finally, it is a safe flour to eat raw as it is basically dried coconut meat pulsed into a thin ground.

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Nutrient-dense no-bake peanut butter cookies

Those are made with minimal uncooked ingredients. Consequently, they are the most healthy cookies for snacking. In fact, raw baking preserves all the nutrient from food as it doesn’t involve high temperate. Plus, this recipe uses sugar-free Monk Fruit liquid sweetener to keep the cookies sugar-free and keto-friendly!

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Keto vegan cookies

I don’t eat sugar at all and my husband is vegan. That is the reason why this recipe has been tested with sugar-free sweetener as well. However, if you eat sugar, I tested the recipe with maple syrup too. Both work very well with the same amount. Check the recipe card for both nutrition panel and choose the sweetener that works the best for you. Bonus, if you love keto vegan dessert recipe, check out my mint chocolate ice cream popsicles.

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More healthy no-bake peanut butter treats

If you love easy no-bake peanut butter cookies I recommend you also check my Healthy peanut butter oatmeal cookies. It is a delicious vegan breakfast cookie with peanut butter chocolate flavors and nutrient-dense oatmeal!

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NO BAKE PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES



No bake peanut butter cookies

These 3-ingredient no-bake peanut butter cookies are easy healthy no bake keto cookies without milk or butter. In fact those are vegan peanut butter cookies made with only plant-based low carb ingredients
Prep Time: 5 mins
5 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Diet: Vegan, Vegetarian
Keyword: NO BAKE PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES
Servings: 8 cookies
Calories: 178kcal
Author: Carine
4.87 from 36 votes

Ingredients

Chocolate shell - Optional !

Instructions

  • In a medium mixing bowl add your fresh, runny peanut butter along with sugar-free maple flavored syrup. I like to use Monk fruit syrup with maple flavor. It has barely no carbs an it is natural. Feel free to replace by regular maple syrup if you are not on sugar-free or keto diet.
  • Combine both ingredients with a spatula until it forms a shiny paste. If it is cold where you live, the peanut butter may be less soft. If so, you can microwave the ingredients for 30 seconds. It will make it easier to combine.
  • When both ingredients are combined, stir in the coconut flour and keep mixing, with the spatula at first, then with your hands, until it forms a cookie dough ball.
  • If it is too dry, this can happen if you did not measure the coconut flour carefully and add too much. Then simply, add 1-2 teaspoon of extra liquid sweetener until the ingredients comes together and a shiny cookie dough ball form.
  • Roll 8 balls of same size between your hands and place each ball onto a plate covered with parchment paper. Leave 1 thumb space between each cookie ball.
  • Flatten each cookie ball using a fork. First press the cookie ball with the back of the fork on one direction. Then, repeat on the other direction to form a cross on top of each cookie.
  • Place the plate in the fridge for 5 minutes to set the cookies.

Chocolate shell - optional

  • Meanwhile, place the sugar-free vegan chocolate chips into a bowl and microwave by 30 seconds burst, stirring between. Stop when fully melted and shiny
  • Remove the peanut butter cookies from the fridge. Dip one cookie at a time into the melted chocolate. Hold one side of the cookie and dip the other half only.
  • Place the dipped cookie onto the plate covered with parchment paper.
  • Repeat the chocolate dipping steps until all the cookies have been covered with chocolate.
  • Place the plate into the freezer for 2-5 minutes or until the chocolate shell is set.
  • Store your cookies in the fridge for 3 weeks. in a sealed container. You can also store them at room temperature they will be slightly softer.
  • You can freeze your no bake cookies too in an sealed box or bag. Defrost 1 hour before eating.

Notes

Nutrition panel

  • The data provided use sugar-free monk fruit syrup and sugar-free chocolate chips. Net carbs per cookies 5.3 g
  • If you use regular maple syrup and 70% vegan dark chocolate the nutrition panel per cookie will be different. You will get per cookie calories: 213 kcal| Fat: 12.2 g | Carbs:25.6 g | Fiber : 11.1 g | Sugar: 10.9 g | Protein : 5.7 g

Coconut flour swap

  • You can replace the coconut flour by 1 cup of oat flour if desired

Paleo/nut allergy

  • Replace peanut butter by sunflower seed butter

Sweetener

  • Don't use powdered sweetener in this recipe. It will end up very dry
  • I recommend Monk fruit syrup, Maple syrup, agave syrup or brown rice syrup 

Nutrition

Serving: 1cookie | Calories: 178kcal | Carbohydrates: 17.9g | Protein: 5.6g | Fat: 12.3g | Fiber: 12.6g | Sugar: 3.2g

No bake peanut butter cookies 3 ingredients

 

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Comments

  1. Sue

    5 stars
    This is labeled as three ingredients, but chocolate makes four. Also, I don’t see anything that says how much chocolate chips are needed for 8 cookies.

    • Carine

      Hi, I am no sure why you are not seeing how much chocolate chips it needs. The recipe calls for 1/2 cup of vegan sugar-free chocolate chips. As I said in the post, adding a chocolate shell is optional, technically the recipe is for no bake peanut butter cookies, which required 3 ingredients. But anyway, whatever how we count those are super easy to make and o delicious ! I really wish you give this a go and report back on how it was. Enjoy ! XOXO Carine.

    • Carine

      Hello! Coconut flour contains 4 times more fiber than almond flour. It means it is much more liquid absorbent. If you swap, be aware that you will need much more almond flour. I didn’t try this so I am not sure how much. Enjoy the recipe, XOXO Carine.

  2. Angela Sackett

    Hi, Carine – these look delicious and a great treat! Have you tried almond butter or any other nut butter? We lean toward Paleo which would mean no legumes – considering trying cashew butter, my favorite. 🙂

    • Carine

      No but if you track your macro closely enter the info into a nutrition app on your phone using the exact ingredient brand you are using. You will ensure full precision. Enjoy the treat! XOXO Carine.

    • Carine

      I am glad you find my blog and enjoy this simple cookie ! Enjoy all the vegan recipes around here. XOXO Carine.

  3. Rosa Myers

    5 stars
    I knew I had to make these when I saw the video. So easy and so good. Thank you. I love that you’ve included the macros, this is fantastic!

    • Carine

      Thank you SO much for trying my recipe. I am so happy you love the cookies and the nutrition panel. See you soon around here . XOXO Carine.

  4. Jaymi

    5 stars
    These were awesome! Even my boyfriend loves them and he tiptoes lightly onanything new especially in the “healthier” department, but baby steps are better no steps and definitely will make again 🙂

    • Carine

      That is so exciting ! I love when men get on board with healthy food 🙂 I hope you will enjoy more of my recipes round here. XOXO Carine.

  5. Hanna

    5 stars
    Love these cookies! The most easy baked cookies I’ve ever tried! And healthy! Great for the kids snack time! I will definitely do them again!!

  6. Maria Kaimakanova

    5 stars
    Just made them and OMG! Sooooo good!
    I really am a peanut butter junkie and those cookies perfectly satisfy my sweet tooth! Love your recipes!!!

  7. Adriana

    5 stars
    Simple, healthy and delicious!
    I have critical anemia and getting enough iron sometimes can be a crazy task. Not only These cookies are super high on iron but they also taste great.

  8. Samantha

    5 stars
    Good recipe.

    But my god, your website is the absolute worse to navigate. Full of ads, pop ups, takes forever to just get to the recipe. Absolutely not user friendly.

    • Carine

      I am happy you enjoyed the recipe. The blog is free and the ads is what keep the blog alive and cover all cost associated to sharing free content. We display the same amount of ads as others website and you always have a jump to recipe button on top of page to be redirected in a sec to the recipe card without seeing the ads. There is also ad blocker on any device if you wish.

  9. Sharon Shirley

    5 stars
    I made these today in 2 batches: one with smooth peanut butter and the other with chunky peanut butter. They are both good and the texture is nice. Thank you for sharing this quick simple sweet-tooth-calmer-downer that is healthy!

  10. Karen

    5 stars
    Loved them!!! Super easy to make! I’m a messy chocolate dipper but I had fun making them. Thank you.

  11. Alessia

    5 stars
    I make these almost every weekend hoping they will last a whole week! Am I delusional? Lol
    I’m addicted to them! My sister gets mad at me when I don’t make them, I guess it means they’re good!
    AND incredibly easy to make!!

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