When you need a treat, but you also want to lose weight, try making just ONE, single serving, healthier cookie! This peanut butter cookie with chocolate chips is sugar free, low in fat, and so delicious!Jump to Recipe
The calories for this single serving sugar free cookie is 88 calories, 5 grams protein, 22 grams carbs, and 3 grams of fat.
Single servings for built in portion control!
Just like any skill, portion control can be learned through practice. I want to be able to eat one cookie and not let it have me craving a zillion more cookies! But that takes practice! Allowing myself a treat, and not have it turn the day into a binge fest is the ultimate goal.
That’s why I love single serving dessert recipes. It makes it easy to practice self control. A majority of the low calorie desserts on my blog are single servings. My favorites are this two ingredient greek yogurt cheesecake, and this 100 calorie brownie in a mug.
Let me know if you want more single serving desserts!! I’m HAPPY to make more and test some recipes.
How to make peanut butter cookies with chocolate, sugar free.
In order to make these sweet cookies, also sugar free, I made three key ingredient swaps.
- First, I used a zero calorie sweetener. My sweetener of choice is the Lakanto Monk Fruit Sugar Classic. (Amazon link here). In my experience, it comes the closest to the same texture and taste as regular sugar. The only downside is while it says there is 0 calories, it also shows 8 grams of carbs per serving on their packaging! So, that makes it kind of confusing.
- The second ingredient that makes these peanut butter cookies sugar free is Lily’s sugar free chocolate chips! YOU GUYS! I had no idea till this month that I’d love these so much!! They are creamy, delicious, and is just as good as regular chocolate chips! (Amazon link here) And, even though I normally dislike stevia, I can’t taste it in these. So, that makes me happy!
- And finally, sugar free peanut butter powder (Amazon link here). Just as good as regular peanut butter powder, but sweetened with monk fruit instead of sugar!
For the remaining ingredients, I used:
- Vanilla extract, for flavor
- Country crock light butter, for texture.
- And Self-rising flour, for texture and rise!
And that’s it!! Print or save the recipe below and let me know what you think! Also, pin this healthy recipe for another day!
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- Mix all ingredients well, and only use 1 teaspoon of water at a time until you can form a ball of dough.
- Flatten dough onto parchment paper on a cookie sheet.
- Add the chocolate chips to the top.
- Bake at 350 for 6-7 minutes.
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