Recipe courtesy Claire Robinson, 2010
Show: 5 Ingredient Fix
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Total Reviews: 239
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on November 08, 2012
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My first time baking a flourless cookie. I also used 3/4cup Splenda instead of white sugar. Very tasty. "Crumbly" when bitten into though able to eat. They satisfy that " sweet tooth" graving. Recipe made exactly 18 cookies with 1 tablespoon cookie scoop. Going to experiment by crumbling and attempting to make a cookie crust for tart shells. Overall a success.
on October 22, 2012
Wow. Was totally surprised by this recipe without flour! These cookies are yummy. I took the suggestions from previous reviewers and decreased the amount of sugar to 3/4 cup, & added peanuts to the mixture. Other than that, I followed the recipe exactly. The cookies came out so very chewy and soft. I agree with the previous reviewers, the sea salt really makes the cookie. I also like that fact that the recipe is quick (if your baking with kids and makes only one batch. Definately a keeper!
on October 20, 2012
These are the best peanut butter cookies I've ever had. My entire family love them! Some of the reviewers said they are gritty and too sweet. I thought so too when I first made them but fixed that problem by using bakers sugar and only using 3/4 cup. I don't understand why some people say they fall apart. As long as you let them cool a little before you handle them they won't fall apart. Sea salt makes the cookie, don't leave it off! Wonderful EASY recipe that I will make for years to come.
San Jose, CA
They were just okay for me. Maybe I'm just not that into peanut butter cookies anymore.
on October 11, 2012
They were amazing!!
on October 10, 2012
Absolutely loved them!!!1
By rawr muffintop
on September 29, 2012
I was horrified with how much sugar went into this. I decided to cut it down a bit and did 50/50 of brown sugar and white sugar, except instead of 1 cup, i did a little more than half cup. For the peanut butter part, I did another 50/50 of reduced fat peanut butter and raw almond butter. Remember to sprinkle some salt on each cookie, this is a must.Another thing I included in this recipe was to top each cookie with a BANANA slice right when it is out of the oven cooling down. It was awesome. Must try it.
on September 23, 2012
So easy and great tasting cookies!
on September 18, 2012
So easy and delicious! I decreased the white sugar to 1/2 cup and added 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar, just because i like it. I did need to bake them for about 1-2 extra min on the top rack, but when they cooled they hardened up. The salt is necessary!! I made a few with milk choc chips and a few with white choc chips in addition to the plain ones. They all turned out great!
By Chef #743091
Wow thos look terrific. I didn't realize you could make cookies without using the flour at all. It's great
to know since I'm diabetic. I can use splenda & still have cookies so thanks for this recipe. I would love to see more of Claire's recipes get her back on the air. Also Ellie Krueger we need low calorie dishes.
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