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You won’t be able to make these peanut butter no bake treats often enough!  They taste like a sugar laden cookie that I loved since I was a kid!

Favorite Childhood Cookie

Do you have a favorite childhood cookie recipe?

Have you ever made the ever-popular chocolate no bake cookie?

If you are a peanut butter fan, I highly recommend trying this recipe.

You thought you loved chocolate no bake cookies?

Go ahead and make these peanut butter no bake treats!

You’ll be amazed at the flavor.

Peanut Butter No Bake Treats (THM-S, Low Carb, Sugar Free)

What Kind Of Peanut Butter Should I Use?

Because peanut butter plays a great role in these cookies, that’s probably the first thing you want to have on hand.

The best kind of peanut butter is the kind without sugar and hydrogenated oils!

If you’re buying it from your grocery store, the only ingredients you should look for is peanuts and salt.

Would Homemade Peanut Butter Work In This Low Carb Treat?

Yes, for sure!!  Homemade peanut butter is always wonderful!

You can make it frequently and everyone will love it.

It’s just peanuts and salt.  That’s it!

If you ever want to try your hand at homemade peanut butter, you can use this recipe >>> Homemade Peanut Butter.

Peanut Butter No Bake Treats (THM-S, Low Carb, Sugar Free)

What Low Carb Sweetener To Use For This Recipe?

The company Better Body Foods has come out with a fantastic product called Monkfruit Blend.

Monkfruit blend sweetener is easy to use for a couple reasons.

First, you can buy it at your local Walmart!

Shout out to Walmart for starting to carry some healthy products.

Secondly, the taste of Monkfruit is pretty amazing!

It doesn’t seem to give off such a major cooling effect like so many sweeteners that contain erythritol.

Peanut Butter No Bake Treats (THM-S, Low Carb, Sugar Free)

Can I Use Oats In A Low Carb Recipe?

Absolutely!

Old fashioned oats are preferred for the Trim Healthy Mamas since they are not as processed as quick oats.

They are a good, healthy carb food.

It is recommended to have 1/4 cup of oats in a Fuel Pull or S setting on occasion.

These peanut butter no bake treats use 1/2 cup of old fashioned oats for the entire recipe.

In which case, you’ll hardly get any of of those carbs in a serving of this yummy dessert.

You would have to eat half the recipe to even eat 1/4 cup of oats.

So it’s safe to say that these peanut butter no bake treats are in the S category!

Peanut Butter No Bake Treats (THM-S, Low Carb, Sugar Free)

Is Ground Flaxseed Necessary?

It is not absolutely necessary to use ground flaxseed in this recipe.

The added benefits of flaxseed are great, so that is something to consider.

Here are just a few benefits you can receive from flaxseed:

  • It is high in fiber
  • Great for hair and skin
  • Aids in constipation
  • Lowers blood pressure and cholesterol

More information on the benefits of  flaxseed can be found here.

Peanut Butter No Bake Treats (THM-S, Low Carb, Sugar Free)

Will My Kids Like Peanut Butter No Bake Treats?

I cannot answer for your kids, but my three boys (ages 8, 10 and 12) absolutely love these treats.

My husband is always digging into the dessert container that is kept in the fridge.

He has loved many of my recipes, but I’m pretty sure this one is his favorite!

When it’s running low, I get a friendly reminder to make more in the near future…ha!

Peanut Butter No Bake Treats (THM-S, Low Carb, Sugar Free)

What If I Have A Peanut Allergy?

This would still taste amazing with a substitution for peanut butter.

Almond butter should work just fine.

You could even try this Walnut Butter recipe.

Walnuts are known as brain food, so you will receive some awesome benefits from eating them!

Peanut Butter No Bake Treats (THM-S, Low Carb, Sugar Free)

What Ingredients Do I Need To Make This?

This recipe is considered a “no special ingredient” recipe.

This simply mean that you can more than likely find all of the ingredients at your grocery store.

What you’ll need:

Peanut Butter No Bake Treats (THM-S, Low Carb, Sugar Free)

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Yields 8 treats or bars

Peanut Butter No Bake Treats (THM-S, Low Carb, Sugar Free)

A childhood favorite cookie recipe can be indulged in once again! Peanut butter no bakes...only these treats will leave you feeling no guilt and no stomach ache!

5 minPrep Time

10 minCook Time

15 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In saucepan over low heat, mix together monkfruit sweetener, butter and heavy cream until everything is combined and sweetener is dissolved.
  2. Take off of heat and stir in peanut butter and vanilla.
  3. Add flaxseed and oats and stir well.
  4. Pour into 8x8 glass baking dish. I actually use this silicone rectangular mold .
  5. Chill in fridge for a couple hours or until firm and they come out of dish or silicone mold easily.

Notes

Depending on how big or small you cut these treats will depend on your serving size. With the mold I use, I don't fill the cavities clear full and I get around 8 big "cookies".

Nutritional Information for 1 treat:

Calories - 186

Fat - 18 grams

Net Carbs - 4

Protein - 6

7.8.1.2
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