3 Ingredient Nut Butter Cookies

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  • Cooking and Prep: 20 m
  • Serves: 12
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These cookies are super fun, tasty, and easy to make!

Ingredients (3)

Main ingredients

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Make cookies

  1. Combine nut butter, sugar, and beaten egg. Mix thoroughly.

  2. Using a small cookie scoop, scoop batter onto parchment-lined cookie sheet, leaving space between cookies. 

  3. Dip a fork in extra sugar and flatten cookies down to 1/4 inch thickness.

  4. Bake at 350°F for 10 minutes. 

  • MEIRA HALBERG

    add a sprinkle of sea salt for a delicious twist!
    Posted by MEIRA |2021-03-22 15:05:12
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  • Anne Berman

    Are there any sugar free recipes for diabetics?
    Posted by [email protected] |2021-03-21 16:05:27
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  • Esther Greenwald Sperber

    Posted by RD_Esti |2021-03-21 18:42:25
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  • Esther Greenwald Sperber

    These are delicious exactly as the recipe is written. For a diet/low carb version, try replacing the cup of sugar with 3/4 cup xylitol. These cookies are amazing when baked together with a chocolate cookie- just scoop the PB dough out into the cookie sheets, then place scoops of chocolate cookie dough on top of each PB dough. Bake an extra few minutes.
    Posted by RD_Esti |2021-03-21 18:45:41
    0
  • unknown

    Yum!!!

    They came out delicious!!! Thanks for the recipe
    Posted by Rivka Shoshana |2020-08-30 16:18:39
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  • Mor  Family

    Heven!

    The second I took them out of the oven, they were gone!!!!!!!!!!;)
    Posted by Adi Mor |2020-06-04 07:50:51
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  • Laura Lappen

    Delicious!!!!

    I was so surprise that 3 simple ingredients would work. I used a kosher for Pesach Hazelnut butter which was out of this world in flavor. I also used coconut sugar that was from" Coconut Secret " which was kosher for Pesach. I then sprinkled a little cinnamon and made it 4 ingredients! Yummy! ( Keep in mind that once it was cooled down it kept its shape and did not fall apart).
    Posted by Sue123 |2020-04-07 05:46:06
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  • sara

    Checking egg for blood

    What's with checking the egg for blood? And an 11 year old can't do it either. If this show is for kids, shouldn't some instruction be given on this? Ie ask your mother or big sister?
    Posted by gold |March 19, 2020
    Replies:
    Eva Smith
    Hi Sara! An egg gets a blood spot when it is fertilized (you need a male chicken to do this). Almost any eggs that you buy at the store won’t have a blood spot. I once got eggs from a farm and their were roosters all around the farm and the majority of the eggs were bloody. If there is a blood spot, you will know it. It is red (like blood) and it is gross. If you crack the egg into a bowl/cup you will be able to easily identify if their is a blood spot or not (most likely not). Lots of eggs have a brown speck called a protein spot (which is NOT blood). An 11 year old is certainly capable of checking and egg for a blood spot. I hope this helps.
    Posted by cys|February 28, 2021
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  • MEIRA HALBERG

    add a sprinkle of sea salt for a delicious twist!
    Posted by MEIRA |2021-03-22 15:05:12
    0
  • Esther Greenwald Sperber

    These are delicious exactly as the recipe is written. For a diet/low carb version, try replacing the cup of sugar with 3/4 cup xylitol. These cookies are amazing when baked together with a chocolate cookie- just scoop the PB dough out into the cookie sheets, then place scoops of chocolate cookie dough on top of each PB dough. Bake an extra few minutes.
    Posted by RD_Esti |2021-03-21 18:45:41
    0
  • Esther Greenwald Sperber

    Posted by RD_Esti |2021-03-21 18:42:25
    0
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  • sara

    Checking egg for blood

    What's with checking the egg for blood? And an 11 year old can't do it either. If this show is for kids, shouldn't some instruction be given on this? Ie ask your mother or big sister?
    Posted by gold |March 19, 2020
    Replies:
    Eva Smith
    Hi Sara! An egg gets a blood spot when it is fertilized (you need a male chicken to do this). Almost any eggs that you buy at the store won’t have a blood spot. I once got eggs from a farm and their were roosters all around the farm and the majority of the eggs were bloody. If there is a blood spot, you will know it. It is red (like blood) and it is gross. If you crack the egg into a bowl/cup you will be able to easily identify if their is a blood spot or not (most likely not). Lots of eggs have a brown speck called a protein spot (which is NOT blood). An 11 year old is certainly capable of checking and egg for a blood spot. I hope this helps.
    Posted by cys|February 28, 2021
    2

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