A Soft Nut Cookie With Class Minus The Expensive Costs
The recipe for these Almond Peanut Butter cookies has four ingredients and no flour which is great if you are looking for a tasty gluten-free cookie recipe.
If you’ve ever wanted the tastes of peanut butter and toasted almonds in one delicious bite I’ve got you covered with these satiny almond peanut butter cookies.
Begin by opening up your pantry and refrigerator, blast the oven to 350 degrees, pull out utensils and with-in 30 minutes you will have 20 almond peanut butter cookies cooling as you’re drooling!
Homemade baked goods are the best…always and forever.
Have you ever noticed that any time you want to purchase specialty made cookies from the bakery they come with a high price-tag?
You’re not alone and in that moment of lazy baking walk away and vow to make them at home yourself.
It’s easy to get caught up in buying pre-made foods including baked goods but you don’t need to.
I no longer buy cookies for my family, I bake them myself.
These days however my kids love to be in the kitchen with me so simple cookie recipes such as these almond peanut butter cookies are perfect for them to participate with me.
Our son Wilson made the last batch of Almond Peanut Butter cookies all by himself and he was so proud!
Oh, the joys of parenting are delightful.
Creating Budget-Friendly Cookie Recipes
As a frugal living family, my goal is to stretch our grocery budget so we can include the ingredients needed to prepare homemade baked goods and meals.
I’m one of those moms who struggle with buying foods where I can’t understand the ingredient list.
Sure, you can buy cookies cheap that are pre-made but you won’t find the same quality ingredients.
I want my children to eat healthy foods and I work hard to save money so I can make that happen.
These Almond Peanut Butter Cookies are what I make when I have unexpected visitors or when I’m in need of that quick sugar-high with my cuppa tea.
What I love about these almond peanut butter cookies is that they take no time at all to make, they are flour-less and they have that bit of crunch from the almonds.
There are plenty of health benefits with nuts especially almonds however you’ll be fascinated to find out that almonds really are not in fact a true nut.
Almonds are packed with vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber, and are associated with a number of health benefits. Just a handful of almonds — approximately 1 ounce — contain one-eighth of our daily protein needs.
How to make Almond Peanut Butter Cookies
You’ll find this almond cookie to be smooth in the mouth, crumbly in texture and addictive.
I suggest that you definitely start by making a double or even triple batch of these delicious cookies.
You can use either toasted almond slices or raw almond slices in this recipe.
As well, you can also jazz these peanut butter almond cookies up by adding chocolate chips if you want that cocoa boost.
If you’re looking to cut the sugar from your diet then simply modify the recipe to accommodate the sugar substitute you use. This could easily become a low-carb, sugar-free cookie.
Personally, I like my peanut butter almond cookies just the way they are.
- 2 cups peanut butter
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 cup sliced almonds
- Heat oven to 350oF
- In a large bowl or stand mixer place all the ingredients together and mix until well combined, almost to a dough consistency.
- Roll into small balls spacing about an inch apart, and then press lightly down with a fork (these will not spread out too much)
- Cook for 15 mins or until slightly brown. Let cool and transfer to rack to cool completely.
Remember you will only need just 4 ingredients to make these simple yet elegant Almond Peanut Butter Cookies which I hope will spark an interest for you to get into the kitchen.
Baking doesn’t have to be difficult nor should you have to spend money buying foods where you don’t understand the ingredient list.
If you start small in the kitchen you’ll soon see just how easy it is to add recipes that take a bit more time and more ingredients to experiment.
Baking homemade is always the way to go.
Store in a container for a week or in the freezer up to 6 months (they won’t last that long in our house)
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