Not a food blogger? That’s okay!
If your short on stories to write about, a post on your favorite recipe is always a good option. Most people have a go-to recipe they rely on, whether it is quick or simple or easy, or even a family tradition, it is a recipe you know by heart.
So you normally blog about sports and you wonder what people will say if suddenly a cookie recipe shows up? No problem! Readers enjoy being able to relate to what they read and if it is one of your tried and true recipes that you’re dying to share, they will enjoy it too!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Keto Cookies
These cookies are a great go to option if you’re trying to stay on the healthy-ish side but still crave that sweet sweet goodness. They seem almost fudge like in texture and always come out delicious (unless you bake like some people and eyeball your measurements – then they vary slightly every time but in a delightful way).
Easiest recipe ever
- 1/4 cup coconut flour
- 1/4 cup honey (or other liquid sweetener you prefer)
- 2 tbs unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 cup natural peanut butter
- 3 tbs vegan carob chips
- Optional add ins: coconut flakes, sprinkles, dried fruits…
Place all ingredients in food processor (or mix like the dickens with your hand and a fork) until all ingredients are uniformly mixed into a ball.
Break off pieces into whatever size cookie you want, roll between the palms of your hands, and flatten onto a silicone baking mat prepared cookie tray. Cookies will not spread out so shape however you would like. Bake in a preheated oven at 185 degrees for 10-12 minutes. Allow to rest for 5 minutes or until cool.
Now gobble them up!! Recipe makes about 14 1.5″ cookies.
Your readers may be interested in sports but they may also want to know how much sugar is in that go to cookie recipe you posted. No problem! Even if it’s a recipe that’s been handed down by generations you can still figure it out, see below for details!
The nutrition information label below is provided by VeryWellFit. An amazing tool where you can analyze every recipe you come up with. Simply enter your recipe ingredients and it will analyze and give you a nutrition label that you can embed in your site like the one below. If your not sure of the exact ingredient it will prompt you and give you a drop down if possible options. Very user friendly! See a visual tutorial at OneIngredientChef.
A word on measurements
There are many recipes out there that urge you to use grams instead of cups or vice versa. Whichever way you prefer to use, the nutritional analyzer seemed a little finicky on which measurements to input. If this happens to you or if you need conversion, AllRecipes has a great handy reference!
This recipe was originally found on SweetasHoney and has been adapted. Happy writing!