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Old Mon, Jun-07-04, 14:42
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Wink The best sweet treat ever!! v. quick and easy

Oh my god I made these amazing cookies today and they are the loveliest sweet treat! Even ok for induction.

1cup peanut butter (or almond etc- get natural (no sugar added from the healthfood store.)
1 cup splenda
1 large egg

Mix and put in oven (200 degrees) for 10 mins.

Have with cream (whipped) for a lovely squidgy crumbly cookie!! Enjoy

12 cookies = 1.5 carbs per cookie
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Old Mon, Jun-07-04, 14:55
BlitzedAng BlitzedAng is offline
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I thought peanut butter was a no no for induction ?
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Old Mon, Jun-07-04, 15:15
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I got 4.75 net carbs per cookie.

Where did you get 1.5?

1 cup all natural peanut butter 48 Carbs -16g fiber = 32g Carbs
1 cup splenda = 24g Carbs
1 egg 0.7g

56.7 or so net carbs in the entire recipe/12 is 4.75 per cookie.
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Old Thu, Jun-10-04, 06:41
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GeoUSA GeoUSA is offline
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Liquid Splenda would reduce the carb count below three carbs per cookie. Are you making these in a casserole dish and slicing as bars or are you forming individual cookies?
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Old Thu, Jun-10-04, 07:59
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Sounds lovely Can't wait to try it. Thanks for the recipe
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Old Fri, Jun-18-04, 03:16
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I do them in a muffin tray, but I also made the best chocolate sweet treat ever (look in atkins forum under my name.. ooh so good! )
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