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Worlds Best Cookies

These are my favourite cookies. They are Palaeolithic, gluten free, dairy free, high in protein high in fibre and absolutely delicious.

They also have traces of zinc, iron, B vitamins and vitamin E.

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Unfortunately they are not the cheapest to make, but on occasion they are oh so worth it. I got the idea for these when I saw those peanut butter cookies that are made with just peanut butter, white sugar and egg .This is my healthy alternative.

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-Approx 300grams (3/4 of the average jar)Peanut butter – when buying peanut butter the only ingredient on the jar for be peanuts. Even avoid ones with salt if you can.

1/3 of a cup Coconut sugar

-2x freerange eggs

-¼ teaspoon of baking soda

A few drops of vanilla essence optional

-½ teaspoon Coconut oil just to grease the oven tray

-A pinch or 2 of Mineral Salt (again if the peanut butter is salted you won’t need to add this)

If you want to be extra extravagant add a touch of icing

-1 tablespoon cocoa powder

-1 tablespoon Coconut oil

-1 tablespoon Hot water

-2x table spoons Icing sugar


Preheat the oven to 180 C

Mix ingredients all together until the mixtures feels firm enough to roll into balls, you may need to add more peanut butter or coconut sugar accordingly.

Grease the oven tray.

Roll the mixture into ball and place on the oven tray pat down with fingers so they look like the picture below.

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Cook for 10mins.Remove from the oven and flip to see if they are golden brown. This may take a little longer depending on your oven.

If you are going to add the icing then wait until biscuits have cooled.

Add the icing ingredients together and mix until smooth. Use a spoon to apply evenly.

The main problem with these cookies is I can't stop at just one!I hope you enjoy!

xo Lucy

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