Flourless Hemp Peanut Butter Cookies

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Sweet, scrumptious, delectable, mouth watering, I can’t believe they are healthy cookies. That is what I should have called these cookies. My “Flourless Hemp Peanut Butter Cookies” were my own little secret until I started to take them on the road with me to offer others. The word is out! One bite and you will be hooked. Not a bad thing when each bite is a healthy does of protein and fibre.

Hemp seeds are my favorite food and I use them as my multi-vitamin because they contain so many vital nutrients the body requires. These nutrients include protein, essential fatty acids, fibre, iron, vitamin E and so much more. Just add a few tablespoons to every meal you eat and enjoy a boost to your health.

Ingredients

1 cup of hemp seeds
1/4 cup raw cane sugar
2 organic eggs
1 cup all natural peanut butter
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 cup organic chocolate chips

How to Prepare

Mix together all ingredients in a large bowl. Spoon out small ball size portions and flatten onto parchment paper with a fork. Cook in oven at 350 until golden brown, 10-15 minutes. So tasty and so nutritious, even kids love them!

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Comments

  1. American Girl says:

    i wonder if the hemp seeds are to go in whole or ground??????? Liana

  2. So delicious!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hey Adam, This recipe is awesome! Can we post it on our website in our recipe section (www.manitobaharvest.com). We’ll be sure to reference you and link back to your blog.

    • Adampoweroffood says:

      Hey MH

      Feel free to share away. Always happy to get more peeps eating the number one nutritional food on the planet!!!

  4. Erin Johnson says:

    Yum!

  5. what is the finished consistency of these? mine just seem to be crumble as soon I nudge them (though a tasty crumble!)

  6. I added some pumpkin, cinnamon and ginger for an October cookie.

  7. Date paste instead of the sugar gives a better texture.

  8. Hi Adam! Another great recipe 🙂 Do you think these would be ok for a diabetic? I was thinking of using coconut palm sugar as it has a low glycemic index. Also, how many cookies does this yield? Thanks!

    • Hello Myra

      For sure these cookies are a great choice for a diabetic treat. Thanks to the complete protein and essential fatty acid found in hemp seeds they help control blood sugar. Using coconut sugar is also a great choice for a lower glycemic sugar. Let me know how it goes and happy New Year!

  9. Awesome cookie recipe! My 1 yr old, 3 yr old and husband all love them! I’m going to have to double the recipe next time! Would I double the baking soda as well – or is that one if those ingredients that’s a bit less when you double a recipe…?? Thanks again

    • Keep the ingredients the same and double them all. You can even use almond butter instead of peanut butter if you wish. Happy to know you and your family are enjoying them!

    • So happy to know the family loves them. They are popular with the kids. If you want to double the recipe, keep all the ingredients the same, just 2 x each of them.

      Happy eating!

  10. I just made these with almond butter instead of peanut. Love it!

  11. I just pulled these out of the oven – delicious! I made part of them with the chocolate chips and the other part without, and both are so good! Thanks for sharing the recipe! It makes me feel great to know I can make and share “good for you” treats!

  12. Can these be made with regular peanut butter like Jif?

    • Suer can, but I prefer avoiding the extra sugar and hydrogenated oils in Jif and go for a more natural peanut butter. The cost is almost the same in most cases.

  13. I just made the hemp peanut butter cookies and…..Omg! They truly are dive!

  14. Sorry not dive lol……divine!

  15. Hi Adam. This recipe sounds delish, I am looking forward to trying it. I just had a quick question for you…. I have always wondered if the integrity of the omega in hemp is affected when you bake with it versus eating hemp raw ?? Thanks

    • Hey Cheryl

      Thanks for the note. These are awesome cookies and fill you up. I do tend to eat most of my hemp raw as this keeps all the nutrients in tact, especially the oils. Once you introduce heat to food it does break down the quality of the oil depending on how hot you bake at. You can feel good about making these cookies knowing you are going to get awesome great nutrients even though they are baked. Let me know how it goes with a picture on my Power of Food Facebook Fanpage or Instagram . Oh Yeah!

  16. Darrell Weidman says:

    Do you use shelled or whole hemp seed in this recipe? ?

    • Hey Darrell

      Awesome to hear from you. I always use shelled hemp seeds for all my recipes. Let me know what you think of these cookies. They always get rave reviews. Happy you found your way here. Let me know if there is ever anything I can do for you. Enjoy your day and speak again soon!

  17. Darrell Weidman says:

    Where is a cheap place to buy bulk hemp seed? ??

    • Hey Darrell

      Costco usually has hemp seeds at a good price – $15 for 1.5 pounds. If you are looking for more, you can contact a hemp seed supplier and create a whoesale account and order it in bulk. Usually this requires a purchase of 30-50 pounds to get it, but cuts the cost to about $8 per pound (organic). This is great if you have friends or family who want to buy in with you. If this is what you are willing to do, I can set you up with a supplier who will meet your needs. Let me know 🙂

  18. Fantastic! I forgot the chocolate chips and they were still excellent. P brought some over to my brother’s house and he said they don’t taste healthy, if they are, you did a great job.

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