A sweet little treat made with only 3 ingredients (4 if you want to add chocolate chips!). These flourless cookies couldn’t be any easier OR more delicious even if they tried.
While I am full swing into this whole low FODMAP experiment, I am really trying to limit my sugar consumption. It’s no secret that I love sweets and certain sugars (maple syrup and table sugar) are OK while following the low FODMAP diet. That being said, after much indulgence over the holidays I am more than ok saying “no thank you” to dessert more often than not right now.
Even though I am limiting my sweet treat intake, Brian likes to have a little something special on hand for a little after dinner treat. This is totally fine by me, and I would much rather have a little homemade something laying around rather than something super processed and if I’m going to make a sweet treat, I may as well make it something I can enjoy if I want to!
Insert these perfect little cookies.
These cookies are simply made with peanut butter, eggs, and sugar. I occasionally add chocolate chips for fun because I simply LOVE the taste of peanut butter and chocolate together. Honestly, I have been making these cookies for years, and I can’t believe I haven’t shared them with you. They are kind of a staple recipe because they are SO easy to whip up and everyone loves them whenever I share 🙂
So, if you have a hankering for something sweet or need to make a dessert to share with little time to spare, these cookies are it!
low FODMAP, flourless (can be gluten-free if your PB is certified gluten-free)