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    Austinite's Super Easy Peanut Butter Cookies!

    Peanut Butter Cookies

    Ingredients:

    1 cup Peanut butter (raw) (1120/128/56/64)
    2 Tablespoons of Cottage Cheese (20/0/1.5/3)
    1 Large Egg (60/3.5/0/5)
    1 zero calorie sweetener packet (0/0/0/0)
    Zero calorie "I can't believe it's not butter spray". (ICBINB) (0/0/0/0)

    Instructions:

    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit.
    2. Mix ingredients in mixing bowl until all clumped together.
    3. Spray baking sheet with ICBINB spray
    4. Create small balls from the mixture. Adjust for size of cookie preference.
    5. Pat down with fork on all sides.
    6. Bake in oven for 15 to 18 minutes. Let them cool off before eating so they stick better.

    Macronutrients:

    Calories: 1200
    Fats: 131.5 grams
    Carbs: 57.5 grams
    Protein: 72 grams

    Per cookie: 150 calories | 16 gram of fat | 7 grams of carbs | 9 grams of protein

    Enjoy!

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    Last edited by austinite; 08-18-2013 at 05:09 PM.
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    Shall be made during the week sounds epic

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    Sounds and looks awesome definitely gonna have a go at these, but I believe you've gotten the carbs and fats flipped round.

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    What do the 4 numbers represent? I'm familiar with the 3 number convention of protein/carbs/fat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dpyle View Post
    Sounds and looks awesome definitely gonna have a go at these, but I believe you've gotten the carbs and fats flipped round.
    lol. Actually I messed up the peanut butter macros so it threw everything off. Fixed now. Sure looked better before, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluPhin View Post
    What do the 4 numbers represent? I'm familiar with the 3 number convention of protein/carbs/fat
    Calories/carbs/fats/protein
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    Gonna try these, they look awesome.

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    Yuuuumy. I'm totally doing these! Have you seen the recipe for the casein brownies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdoe11 View Post
    Yuuuumy. I'm totally doing these! Have you seen the recipe for the casein brownies?
    no! Link me!!

    Probably let these cookies cool off a while. I got too tempted and broke one. lol.
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    Good stuff aust!!

    Just experimenting or done this before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sfla80 View Post
    Good stuff aust!!

    Just experimenting or done this before?
    Just experimenting. I saw a recipe without the cottage cheese and actually used a cup of sugar. So I modified it. Still has good sweetness to it and the cottage cheese worked out nicely. I think I can add cottage cheese to anything!
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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite View Post
    Just experimenting. I saw a recipe without the cottage cheese and actually used a cup of sugar. So I modified it. Still has good sweetness to it and the cottage cheese worked out nicely. I think I can add cottage cheese to anything!
    I agree and will try this. Thanks fir posting it

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    I'm going to try to make this, this week. How do they taste? Are they at least pretty decent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPete33 View Post
    I'm going to try to make this, this week. How do they taste? Are they at least pretty decent?
    Yeah they're good. The only thing you may try is adding a bit more egg to hold it together better.
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    Mine are cooking right now. I will let you know how they come out. My wife thinks I'm crazy and says she won't try one. haha The true test will be if my son eats one.

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    UPDATE: So, I made these puppies today and they are pretty good. They do crumble quite a bit so next time I will prob. try 2 eggs as you recommended. I will def. make these again. Great for when you're craving sweets but don't want to be eating like shit.

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    I love this sort of recipes that contain only good nutrients. Great recipe.
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    My gf loves to bake ill get her onto them when she gets home

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    Oh my lord, peanut butter is my favourite food ever!! You have no idea how much this turns me on....

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    I made a half batch of these today but put a whole egg, they held together real good. Definitely double the egg. The taste was surprisingly good for a healthy cookie but don't come close to the real thing lol. Thanks for the recipe

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    Looks great. Will try these

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    Sounds good. Half batch in case of overeating tho.

    Maybe quarter in my case.

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