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An_247623 posted:
I like to make low carb peanut butter cookies. Just combine 8 oz. peanut butter with 1 ccp Splenda ( I use a little less) 1 egg and a bit of vanilla. Shape into balls and flatten with a fork. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 min. No need to grease cookie pan. People don't realize there is Splenda instead of sugar. Notice, no flour.
rohvannyn responded:
I wonder if I could do that with stevia instead of splenda and almond flour to add a little body to the peanut butter? They sound tasty. Cool idea.

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