I’ve been reading about Peanut Butter Finger’s flourless peanut butter cookies all over the place as of late. I read about them so much, that I couldn’t resist trying the recipe out for myself…I do love the peanut butters after all.
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup sugar
The cookies are sweet, greasy and peanut buttery. Highly addictive, so beware: prep and baking take about 12 minutes, so it’s super easy to make these whenever you want…there is absolutely nothing to it. For me, the quick prep time makes these a dangerous treat–when I want them, I can basically have them in less than 15 minutes.
Because I’ve become a chocolate and peanut butter freak thanks to HEAB, I had to add some chocolate to this recipe. I just melted M’s leftover Easter bunny, with his permission of course, using my ghetto double boiler method.
I don’t typically eat peanut butter, but for some reason I’ve been craving it the past two weeks. I usually stick to the almond butter or sunflower seed butter, but the thought of cheap, salty peanut butter has been irresistible for some reason.
I’m working through my cravings– trying to figure out what nutrient or emotion my body is lacking that’s making me crave nutty fats. I’ve attempted to add other sources of fat into my diet from coconut and avocado in order to quell the need for pb, and so far, it seems to be working. It could be worse: I could be craving chocolate cake…at least peanut butter has some nutritional value. Everything in moderation.
For more on why peanut butter is not-so-good for you, see Whole9’s Peanut Manifesto