I only eat gluten free peanut butter cookies with brownies. Yeah, you read that right. With brownies. And a vanilla milkshake. That’s why I almost never eat peanut butter cookies.

Should you be less inflexible, you can start crunching on the creations of the gluten-free blogs in under an hour.

  • Ellen Allard invites you to taste her gluten free Peanut Butter Cookies. Peanuts aren’t enough for her, oh no. She also mixes in almond meal, flaxseed meal, GF rolled oats, brown rice flour, potato starch, tapioca flour, and a decadent drizzle of maple syrup.
  • Want the brownie inside your peanut butter cookies? Lap up Chocolate Bliss Peanut Butter Cookies by Ruth Parente. Melted semisweet chocolate waltzes with chocolate chips, peanut butter tangoes with dry-roasted peanuts, and the background music is a mélange of GF baking powder and the GF baking flour mix of your choice. Sounds adventurous.
  • Don’t like cow juice? Crystal of Gluten and Dairy Free Living doesn’t either. That’s why she’s serving GFCF Peanut Butter Cookies old school with four classic ingredients: peanut butter, sugar, egg, and baking soda.
  • All these recipes seem sort of tame compared to Book of Yum’s Monster Quinoa Peanut Butter Cookies. With quinoa flakes, brown rice and sorghum flours, cornstarch, gf baking powder and vanilla rice milk, these cookies earn their vegan, soy-free, GFCF badge with a vengeance. Munch on a few of those and you might be ready for a triathalon.

Certain individuals disdain peanut butter for almond (pictured above) or hazelnut butter cookies. I can tell you from my own experience that almond butter cookies can be earth-shakingly divine. I have never had hazelnut butter cookies, but if they are anything like hazelnut gelato, I’m there!

Which gluten free peanut butter cookies are you going to try?