8 responses to “Flourless Honey-Roasted Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies (phew!)”

  1. Tia

    yum – the honey roasted part just hooked me in right there!

  2. DailyChef

    Those cookies look amazing! Wow!

  3. growfamilygrow

    mmmm yum.I'm not supposed to have chocolate right now. What do you think, will carob carry it?

  4. debbie koenig

    @GFG: I don't see why not! Or you could use more honey-roasted peanuts and give up on the notion of chocolate (cruel as that sounds)…

  5. Kelly

    These cookies are OUTSTANDING, and SO EASY to make (a definite plus). I made them for the first time this afternoon, and from start to finish with all the preps – less than an hour. Like any good baker, I sampled the dough. Best raw cookie dough ever. EVER. I used chocolate chunks (because that's what I had on hand), but think chips are probably the best bet. I tried two (oh my!) and delivered the rest warm to friends. They LOVED them! Kept their eyes closed while they were eating them, savoring every bite. I guess that's the best part – watching other people enjoy them! I'm keeping this recipe in my arsenal. BRAVO!

  6. cookies and cups

    These look so delicious!!

  7. Victoria

    Hi

    My name is Victoria and I´m sitting here in Sweden and found your blog! You have done an amazing job loosing all that weight! I´m really impressed!

    Now too my question! I saw the peanutbutter chocolate chip cookies and thought they looked so delicious that I wanted to make them at home. But I have some trouble with the recipe. We don´t have ounces or cups in Sweden so I don´t know how much that is. I found out through google that I cup is about 2,4 dl, but the ounces… Would you please help me with that? How many teaspoons or tablespoons of beanut butter do I need in the recipe?
    I would be very glad if you hrlped me.
    Take care!
    Victoria from Sweden
    vickeand@hotmail.com

  8. debbie koenig

    Hi Vicky, thanks for writing! Each cup is 8 ounces, so a 16-ounce jar would be 2 cups. Seems to me if you doubled 2,4 dl that ought to work, but I'm not sure what 2,4 dl actually means! Just as you're unfamiliar with our measuring system, I'm unfamiliar with yours, but I googled and found this chart, which looks helpful: http://www.asknumbers.com/OuncesToLitersConversion.aspx. Good luck! Please let me know how it works out.

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