Vegan Peanut Butter Cookies

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Here’s another easy 7-ingredient paleo recipe for you! These Vegan Peanut Butter Cookies are a classic dessert that’s better than the real thing. Fans tell me it’s their go-to cookie recipe, and I can’t argue with that because we love them too!

In addition to being a wonderful paleo cookie, these are a great low-carb dessert with only one-quarter cup of sweetener in the entire recipe! To truly make these a paleo treat, use sunbutter rather than peanut butter. Since peanuts are legume, they are not part of the paleo diet.

We love stuffing these Peanut Butter Cookies with my Vegan Vanilla Ice Cream and rolling them in chocolate sprinkles to make healthy ice cream sandwiches. They’re also quite amazing filled with my Mexican Chocolate Ice Cream.

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12cookies
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  1. In a small bowl combine almond flour, salt, and baking soda
  2. In a medium bowl mix peanut butter, agave, shortening, and vanilla with a hand blender
  3. Blend dry ingredients into wet until combined
  4. Scoop dough 1 tablespoon at a time onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet
  5. Use a fork to flatten in a criss-cross pattern
  6. Bake at 350°F for 6-12 minutes until golden around the edges
  7. Serve
Her recipes are so simple, easy, and delicious! Just a few ingredients and DONE!

These Vegan Peanut Butter cookies are gluten-free, grain-free, and egg-free. I based them on the Peanut Butter Cookie recipe on 101 Cookbooks. I made a number of changes to that recipe. Of course I eliminated the wheat flour. Then I cut the amount of sweetener and switched up the oil. I haven’t ever met a recipe that I didn’t want to completely rewrite.

Here are some of my other easy paleo egg-free cookie recipes for you!

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143 responses to “Vegan Peanut Butter Cookies”

  1. Elana, did this recipe used to have grapeseed oil instead of palm shortening? I’m pretty sure that’s how I’ve made them before and they were much softer and didn’t crumble as much as they do with the palm shortening. But I can’t remember the amount. Maybe a quarter cup? Thanks for your help!

    • CarylMay, thanks for your comment! I just looked at the hard copy of this recipe from 2011 and it has always used palm shortening :-)

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