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Peanut Butter Cookies (GFDF, Keto)
April 15, 2019

Peanut butter cookies used to be one of my favorites. Especially homemade peanut butter cookies! So I’ve set out to find the perfect dairy-free, gluten-free, and keto peanut butter cookie recipe and I think I’ve finally got it!

Super simple with only three ingredients. These cookies take just a few minutes to whip together. This recipe is a winner in all areas. It’s become the recipe I turn to most when I need a little something sweet and I have nothing on hand. They’re ready in a pinch and you can totally eat them warm, no need to let them cool if you don’t want to.

Heads up, these are super delicate cookies. They are the perfect texture, kinda dry like a traditional peanut butter cookie. They crumble super easy so handle with care. These cookies would go great with a bulletproof coffee for a delicious and super fatty breakfast or snack!

I think this recipe could work with any nut or seed butter you want to try. I think I will experiment with walnut, sunflower, and almond butter is in the future. Maybe even macadamia nut butter or coconut butter too!

These are delicious and without all the sugar! We’ve added the recipe to MyFitnessPal so you can easily track these against your day. Note, the nutrition calculation in MyFitnessPal includes erythritol. If you decide to give this recipe a try we’d love to know what you think. Share your reviews in the comments or on social media!

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Dairy-free keto peanut butter cookies

Peanut Butter Cookies (GFDF, Keto)

  • Author: Heather Cooan
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 Minutes
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 15 1x


These keto peanut butter cookies are so simple and so delicious. You might have a tough time only eating one!


  • 1 Large Egg
  • 1/4 Cup of Steviva (or sweetener of choice)
  • 1 Cup of Crunchy Natural Peanut Butter


  • Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Mix all ingredients in a bowl. I use a hand mixer, but you can mix with a spoon.
  • Roll dough into 1 inch balls and place on greased cookie sheet.
  • Press balls with a fork in a crisscross pattern.
  • Bake cookies for 15 minutes.
  • Let cool and enjoy.


Note: Nutrition facts calculated without erythritol.

  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Baking
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: keto cookies, dairy-free cookies, dairy-free keto cookies, peanut butter cookies


About author

Heather Cooan

Heather is a marketing executive turned nutrition consultant and educator. Heather advocates for informed consent, bodily autonomy, and healthcare authorship. She speaks and writes on nutrition and lifestyle design interventions for health recovery. Heather successfully recovered her health from vulvar cancer, Hashimoto's, and lichen sclerosus. She reversed estrogen dominance, insulin resistance, arteriosclerosis, and fatty liver utilizing a food-as-medicine and integrated clinical treatment approach. Heather is a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner and Nutrition Therapy Practitioner.

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There are 4 comments

  • Mary says:

    Have had this recipe for awhile and in fact, made a batch this morning……….always have them on hand for my sweet tooth……….thanks for bringing them back to the front………

  • Absolutely! This is one of my go-to recipes when I get sweet cravings. They’re just so fast and easy to whip up!

  • Susanne says:

    Curious….your description of the cookie says 2 net carbs per cookie, but the nutritional analysis shows 0.2 per two cookies.

    Which is it?

  • Hi Susanne! Good eye! Both calculations are correct. One includes erythritol and one does not. Some count sugar alcohols and some do not, you’ll have to decide which way you want to go for your personal plan. I’ve updated the post for clarification.

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