Turn powdered peanut butter into a sweet treat in these peanut butter cookies your whole family will enjoy!
I love peanut butter.
I love it in yogurt…
… on a banana…
…in a sandwich….
…and of course, I love it as the base of a classic peanut butter cookie.
Peanuts are budget-friendly.
And let’s be honest. Peanut butter just tastes plain yummy.
But I discovered in the last year or two peanut butter’s new, hip cousin — powdered peanut butter — and I’m equally in love (here’s an Amazon affiliate link to buy it in bulk ’cause once you try this recipe, you’re gonna wanna make these A LOT!).
I don’t necessarily use powdered peanut butter as a 1:1 sub for the jarred stuff. They’re different. And as such, I treat them differently in my kitchen.
Powdered peanut butter is a dry, mostly defatted ground peanut product… ready to either be rehydrated into a low-fat spread similar to peanut butter OR, in my case, ready to be added to smoothies or recipes like the one I’m sharing today — Powdered Peanut Butter Cookies.
Super simple to make, these cookies are the perfect protein boost that’ll satisfy your sweet tooth as well. They’re not as “deeply peanutty” as cookies made with peanut butter, but when you’ve got a ton of powdered peanut butter on your hand these are a great alternative!
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