Crunchy meets chocolatey meets HEALTHY with these peanut butter cookie crisps made with NuttZo Organic Power Fuel. Feed your sweet tooth with none of the guilt and play around with the toppings to satisfy your cravings.
What is a Cookie Crisp?
Fair question. Have you ever bought brownie brittle in the store? If not you definitely should. It is this magical treat that is super thin and crunchy and delicious and tastes like a brownie. And that is what we’ve got here! Except this is peanut butter based and I realized I couldn’t call it peanut butter brittle because that name is already taken and would make this confusing. But brownie brittle has something this recipe doesn’t. And that is gluten and dairy. This recipe is gluten free, dairy free, and vegan friendly. It can also easily be made with no oil or refined sugars. It will seriously be your new go to afternoon snack.
Have it Your Way
I made my crisps with NuttZo Organic Power Fuel and it made for the perfect peanut buttery flavor. But the sky is the limit! Once you have tried this treat with a traditional peanut butter feel free to branch out to your favorite nut butter! I definitely want to try this with some Georgia Grinders pecan butter and Julie’s Real cacao espresso almond butter – yum. Could even go a little crazy and make this with Kween & Co’s granola butter (if you haven’t tried it yet you need to – it is life changing!).
So grab your favorite jar of nut butter and get ready to bake!
Let’s Make Some Peanut Butter Cookie Crisps!
The first step is to make your flax egg first. You want to give it time to thicken before you pour it into the batter. So have that be step number one, like mentioned below.
Also, I wouldn’t recommend trying other flours on this one. We want these to be nice and crisp and almond flour and coconut flour especially are quite different than normal whole wheat or even gluten free all purpose flour sometimes. So you can definitely test it if you want, but I haven’t tried this with any other flours.
I added coconut oil to the recipe because I initially found my melted chocolate hard to drizzle. If you don’t have that problem you don’t need to include the oil.
Other than that this is pretty straightforward, and you can of course swap out any of the toppings based on what you like or what you are in the mood for. If you have any questions just leave a comment below!
In addition to the listed ingredients, you will need:
- a 13×9 pan
- 2 mixing bowls
- parchment paper
- a microwave safe bowl for melting chocolate
Enjoy your crisps!Print
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