Vegan Low-Carb High-Protein Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe

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It’s been a while since I’ve done a how-to baking or cooking video, but I’ve come up with a pretty fvcking awesome treat that I wanted to share.

Vegan, gluten-free, LOW-CARB peanut butter protein cookies.

Yes, low-fvcking-carb. And I actually mean that! I’ve seen some people share low-carb recipes that make me roll my eyes. Low-carb to some folks appears to be 50 to 100 grams of carbohydrates per day.

I consider something low-carb if I can EASILY fit it into a meal plan of ONLY 30 grams of carbs OR LESS per day! Without, of course, sacrificing another macronutrient in the process.

If you sat down and ate an entire batch of these cookies, as I present them in this video, you’d ONLY be ingesting 60 grams of carbs… not including fiber or sugar alcohol. Not bad for an ENTIRE batch, eh? Especially when you consider that an ordinary batch of peanut butter cookies, of the same size, would come to about 340 grams of carbs!

And I personally have 4 of these each day during my afternoon snack. A single batch lasts me 5 days.

But, keep in mind: these are not low-calorie or low-fat! I specifically designed these to spice up a vegan ketogenic day of eating. And help you deal with a sweet tooth without wrecking your diet!

You’re going to need these ingredients, in these amounts. So, pause the video at this point, and take notes.

I will be sure to link all of these ingredients below in the description, if you just want to order them online.

Now… let’s get started!

First, pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, or roughly 177 degrees Centigrade. While that’s heating up, add and thoroughly mix all previously listed ingredients in a bowl. I don’t bother mixing sh1t separately, like wet and dry ingredients, you can if you want — but, I don’t.

By this point, your oven should be heated, so grease up a cooking tray with some oil or cooking spray… I use the latter… and evenly space the dough across the tray in tablespoon-sized balls. You should end up with 20 balls of evenly-sized cookie dough.

Place the dough-lined tray in the oven and bake for 12-15 minutes, or until the edges are browned. Some ovens may require upwards of 20 minutes.

At the halfway point of the baking time, I recommend that you rotate the cooking tray to ensure all cookies get evenly baked.

When they’re done baking, let them cool off for 10 minutes before serving. And that’s it!

These cookies are really fvcking simple to prepare and bake. And they taste as sweet as cookies that use actual sugar due to the erythritol, which is a natural sugar alcohol derived from corn.

And research demonstrates that erythritol does not appear to affect levels of glucose, insulin or other constituents in the blood, in healthy individuals.

But, I should warn you, it appears that in most folks, there is an approximate 50 gram advised upper-limit for erythritol consumption per sitting. Exceeding this may inflict you with a bad case of the nuclear sh1ts. Also known as the “green apple splatters”, or simply the “runs”… possibly the “sprints” in this case.

In other words… too much of any good thing can have disastrous consequences of one kind or another. So don’t go overboard, unless you want to unleash Armageddon within your digestive track.

Luckily, one batch of these cookies, as I’ve presented them in this video, only contains 32 grams of erythritol. Which is 18 grams BELOW that recommended limit. So, there shouldn’t be any issues… other than downing about 2,200 calories in one go! So, pace yourself nonetheless.

Anyway — here are the approximate macros per cookie (assuming that you’ve baked 20)! Pretty flexible, eh?


And, just as a reminder, I’ve linked all of the ingredients below in the description, so you can order them online if you like. Or you can just find their equivalents at your local store. Whatever you prefer.

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Thank you all for watching, and I will see you all in the next video!


Let’s Do Organic Coconut Flour, 16 oz

Swerve Sweetener, Granular, 12 Ounce

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365 Everyday Value Organic Creamy Peanut Butter

Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil, Buttery Flavor, 14 Ounce

Ener-G Egg Replacer — 16 oz

365 Everyday Value Sea Salt – Fine Crystals

Simply Organic Pure Vanilla Extract, Certified Organic, 4-Ounce Glass Bottle

Serum glucose and insulin levels and erythritol balance after oral administration of erythritol in healthy subjects.

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