Recipe: Sweets By Alicia Delicious Keto Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Cookies!

Alicia’s Delicious Keto Friendly Chocolate Protein Peanut Butter Cookies

Preheat oven to 350

1 cup peanut butter
One egg
1/2 cup low carb sweetener (erythritol)
1/3 cup of sugar free chocolate chips
Mix all ingredients together. Spoon onto pan and bake 12-18 minutes until edges are brown.
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Nutrition Insight:

Keto Cookies are a great substitute to standard sugary cookies for those you prefer (or must) adhere to specific nutrition intake restrictions.

Alicia’s keto friendly cookies are both delicious and friendly for most restricted eating plans. These cookies are low carb, gluten free, flour free and vegan friendly.¬† These cookies are a delicious, low carb option for all to enjoy and a great alternative for diabetics!


Keto-Diet Tips:

Keto diets can be friendly, but it doesn’t mean you should “go on the keto diet”. We repeat – CARBS ARE NOT BAD.

Did you know that your brain only functions on glucose? Your muscles store glycogen (the storage form of sugar). Notice how marathon runners and athletes often use goos, gels and love to carb load? Carbohydrates play an essential role in the human body. The problem is not eating carbs – the problem is overeating the wrong types of carbs.

To sum it up – low carb diets such as keto can help manage and regulate your sugar intake. Be your own advocate and take responsibility for your eating habits! You are ultimately responsible for your life and health (thank goodness). Listen to your body, and remember – it’s okay to try new things.


We do not endorse or promote any/only one diet plan. You should never begin any diet plan without understand it’s overall impact on your body, especially if you have illnesses or are on medications. If you need help determining if the keto diet is appropriate for you please contact our nutritionists for a consultation.


Happy Eating!


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