I’m in Deep.

Apparently Friday is National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day. Because I have one true love in this life (Mr. peanut butter himself…duh), we are going to get this party started 1 day early. 
Because we are just super awesome like that. 

We are making a single gal dessert. 

Because us single gals need some peanut butter in our life. 

With chocolate chips. 

I mean, duh. 

A dessert we can enjoy all by our lonesome…kicked back and fully relaxed with our feet up on the couch, watching re-runs of Full House on Nick at Nite. 

Wait…that’s only me. 😉

Maybe instead of Full House you watch All That or The Amanda Show.

Ahhhhh…the days where Amanda Bynes was actually angelic and innocent, not smoking dope and running into paparazzi with her Range Rover. 
Dig In. 🙂


Single Gal Deep Dish Salted Peanut Butter Cookie (GF/V/P.O.):

Ingredients:
3 T. PB2 powdered peanut butter (or regular peanut butter…you may need to lower to 2 T., use almond butter or other neutral nut butter for complete paleo)
2 T. warm water
2 T. +2 t.  coconut flour
3 T. unsweetened, vanilla almond milk
1/2 t. pure vanilla extract
1 T. + 1 t. stevia
1/8 t. baking soda
dark chocolate chips, optional
coarsely grated sea salt, for topping

Instructions:
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a small casserole dish (or ramekin, mason jar, etc.) with cooking spray.
2. In a small bowl, combine the PB2 with the water until smooth.
3. Mix in the rest of the ingredients until a dough forms.
4. Press the cookie dough evenly into the prepared dish.
5. Top with chocolate chips and sprinkle with sea salt.
6. Bake for 10-12 minutes, or until lightly brown.
7. Serve warm.

Makes 1 serving.

MANGIA!!!

Comments

  1. Raquel says:

    This came out runny and unlike a cookie batter more like a cake batter when using real peanut butter I even went down to 1 1/2 tbsp

    • Chelsy says:

      Hmmmmm I’m not sure what happened. Try it with the powdered peanut butter I was talking about. It can also be a different texture if you use an oily, all-natural peanut butter rather than one that doesn’t have to be stirred before using.

  2. Jacqueline says:

    I was weary of the mixture coming out runny after I decided to use 2 T of no-stir almond butter (per your paleo suggestion), but then I let the cookie bake in the over for an additional 10 minutes and it came out more like crumbly cake. Definitely delicious and enjoyable. Paired it with a glass of chilled unsweetened vanilla almond milk (because I can’t imagine cookies without milk).

    Thanks for this simple and easy recipe (especially for single gals). 🙂

  3. Jessica says:

    AMAZING!!! Finally a good late night snack that actually tastes amazing and doesn’t mess up my diet! Haha I just made 2, one with regular pb2 and one with chocolate pb2. Both amazing. Thankyou! I’ve tried so many recipes similar but none compare! Perfect combination. I used carob chips 😀
    Jessica

  4. Delicious!! I skipped the chocolate chips & it was still the bomb!!

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