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I am a huge fan of almond butter. There is something about the taste that I just like so much more than peanut butter. Maybe it is because my son eats so many PB&J sandwiches that I just don’t want to eat it myself. I don’t know. Because I always have at least one jar of almond butter around, I often make almond butter cookies with almond flour as a simple treat that honestly is pretty good for you.
Lindsay Almond Butter brand has a few varieties that are creamy and just divine. I use their honey cinnamon one and just dip my apples in it. Their creamy version works well in my cookies, but you could also use the crunchy one to give the cookies just a little more texture. The base of the cookies is just a few simple ingredients and you really could make it your own by adding in different mix ins or just topping the cookies with other things before you bake them like mini chocolate chips, shredded coconut, or chopped almonds. The list is endless how you can make these cookies unique.
I have been experimenting a lot with almond flour recently. I am trying(key word trying) to remove some types of flour and food from my diet, so these cookies are a great simple treat that I don’t have to feel bad about eating. The almond butter and almond flour contains protein, and it is light on “sugars” with just using honey.
Almond Butter Cookies with Almond Flour
These lightly sweet cookies are like little pillows of almond butter goodness.
- 1 12 oz. jar Lindsay Almond Butter Creamy
- 1 cup almond flour
- 3/4 tsp baking soda
- 1/2 cup honey
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 2 eggs
- Optional additional toppings- mini chocolate chips, chopped almonds, shredded coconut, etc.
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Place all ingredients in a large stand mixer and mix until fully combined.
- Scoop cookies out using a cookie scoop and place on a lined cookie sheet.
- Top cookies with any toppings you may like, this is optional.
- Bake for 9 minutes until the cookies are a medium brown on the edges.
- Cool the cookies on a wire rack or paper towels, then enjoy the yummy goodness!
As you can see these cookies are simple to make, with uncomplicated ingredients, and can be customized with other mix-ins and toppings. The kids were gobbling them up and hey I didn’t even mind them having them for breakfast.
Lindsay Almond Butter is made without hydrogenated oil, cane sugar, preservatives, or gluten. It is easy to spread and an absolutely irresistible taste. The 12 oz jars retail for around $8.99 and oh so worth it. Find it at your local retailers.