2 Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies! (Low Carb, Keto Friendly, Paleo, Grain Free, Gluten Free)

PB cookies are a classic, BUT usually not something we can eat day to day and still stick to our health and fitness goals.

Good news, these PB cookies can totally be worked into any diet (if you’re peanut free sub nut or seed butter of your choice) & they won’t leave you feeling the cookie regret afterwards.

Not only are they “diet-friendly,” they are a breeze to whip up and you likely have  everything you need on hand!

(If that’s not an excuse to make cookies, I don’t know what is!)

Look at these babies!

P.S. Highly recommend a side of cashew milk with vanilla stevia drops, so good

Ingredients

-1 cup natural peanut butter (or alternative nut/seed butter of your choice)

-1 whole egg

Those are the “needs” for this recipe, from there you can add

-salt (to taste)

-stevia (or sweetener of your choice- to taste)

-vanilla to taste

-add ins: optional!

Method:

Mix nut butter, egg, and remaining ingredients together, form into cookie (I make 10) and bake for 10-12 minutes at 350.

If they are too soft you can continue to bake them, but I recommend under-cooked v.s. over as they will get crumbly!

Store in the freezer until ready to eat- but it is unlikely they will last that long 🙂

I love them straight out of the freezer!

Nutrition: 

Find this recipe on MyFitness Pal under KY 2 Ingredient PB Cookies

Recipe makes 10

For 1/10 cookies:  151 calories , 11.7 g fat, 4.8 c  (1.6 fiber), 7 protein  

*to lower the carb count choose a lower carb nut butter of your choice*

 

Don’t forget to tag me in your creations @kyfitnessandnutrition

Happy Baking! XO 

Avocado Ice Cream (Sugar-free, dairy-free, paleo, keto friendly)

Ice cream is by far one of my favorite things, especially in the summer.

However- dairy bloat, sugar slumps, and crazy amounts of calories to enjoy said ice cream are not!

Cue avocado ice cream!

 

You don’t even taste the avocado, it just adds a thick, creamy, rich base for your “nice-cream” and makes for a great dupe!

Not only is this recipe a great low calorie, sugar-free treat, it’s a nutritional powerhouse packed with healthy fats and antioxidants from the cacao powder and can be bumped up even more with the toppings you choose!

Ingredients: Makes 1 Serving 

-1/2 of a large avocado or 100 calories avocado (frozen or fresh)

-3 tbsp cacao powder (adjust to preference)

-stevia to taste

-ice (about 1 cup)

-sugar free cashew milk or non-dairy milk of choice

Method:

Add avocado to the blender, followed by cocoa powder, stevia, and ice. Add your choice of liquid to blender (bring almost to the top of ice) and blend until smooth. That’s it! I just a bullet sized blender which is perfect for 1 serving. Top with your favorite healthy toppings like almond butter, toasted coconut, shredded coconut, and cacao nibs!

*Tip: for chocolate mousse omit ice and lessen the liquid quantity, blend and voila!*

Nutrition: 

312 calories (before toppings)

24 f, 6 p, 2 net c (18 c, 16 f)

Let me know if you try it!

Tag me at @ifbbprokyfit

xo

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