Perfect SF Peanut Butter Cookie for ONE!

Perfect SF Peanut Butter Cookie for ONE!
Sometimes you need a cookie. Not a box of them or a whole bag, but just one. This quick little recipe is best with the ordinary supermarket brand peanut butter and is not nearly as good using the expensive freshly ground kind!
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter - use Jif, Peter Pan, Skippy and NOT the freshly ground or natural kind
  • 2 tablespoons Splenda Granulated
  • 1½ teaspoons whisked egg - crack egg into a cup, whisk to blend, use a measuring spoon and chill remainder for another use
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Blend together the peanut butter, Splenda, and egg until the mixture begins to change texture, dry slightly and pull away from the sides of the bowl. Shape into a ball then using the palm of your hand, flatten the ball into a ½ inch thick disk. Using a fork gently press downward to make criss cross pattern over the entire cookie which should be about 3 inches across. Bake in preheated oven 6 to 8 minutes. Do not overbake! Enjoy warm.
Peanut Butter Cookie for One
NOTE: This no added sugar cookie underscores that Peanut Butter is 100 calories a tablespoon!

Nutritional facts per serving (daily value):
Calories 200.489kcal
Protein 9.046g (18%)
Total Fat 17.006g (26%)
Carb. 6.367g (2%)
Fiber 1.935g (8%)
Sugars 3.032g

13 thoughts on “Perfect SF Peanut Butter Cookie for ONE!

  1. Roxine says:

    Most of my large colon was removed due to diverticulitis LT and then Cancer RT…this site looks really good and very helpful. I just need to review the recipes need the protein but without the fiber since my small bowel has a tendency to have obstructions. Thank you.

  2. sheron tygret says:

    Susan, but there is peanut butter and egg.  Surely the amount of protein grams can be calculated.  I realize  this is a “feed the need” snack, but I also like to cram in as much protein as possible while snacking.

  3. dolores perna-ekstowicz says:

    I just wanted to know why the Nutritional information, serving size and or facts per serving, isn’t at the end of all the recipes?

    • Susan Maria Leach says:

      Dolores, we do NOT calculate the nutrition info for you as there is too much variety in this and other recipes based on what you add, how many cookies you make. Learn to calculate your own stats as its foolproof. There are too many people blogger types who put false numbers on recipes in order to be popular!

  4. Teresa says:

    Just made this cookie it was very good ! Made one with pb2 just add a tablespoon of water to the recipe. Not as good but good only 50 calories!

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