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In case you haven’t heard, I’m totally gluten free and mostly sugar free. Thanks to my rekindled relationship with dates, I have been able to make sticking to both of these things so much easier. One lazy evening, as Tom and I sat down to relax for the night, I got a little lazy and stumbled upon this super delicious sugar free gluten free cookie dough recipe.
I tossed some stuff into my NutriBullet and hoped for the best. As I sat there snacking on my cookie dough, I made the mistake of offering Tom a bite. After that, I had to get up and make more. Now he requests the stuff all the time. Thank goodness it really is oh, so easy and very much a guilt free dessert. I have yet to share this one with the kiddos, I mean, they already eat through our grocery bill like crazy as it is. Despite what you might think, dates are actually super easy to find and pretty reasonably priced. You can get them in bulk at Costco or online at Thrive Market for sure cheap. Click Here to get 25% off and FREE shipping on your first Thrive Market purchase! Check out the rest of my shopping list at the end of the recipe to get some other essentials for making this at home.
1 cup pitted medjool dates
2 Tablespoon peanut butter
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 oz cacao or dark chocolate
1. Toss dates, peanut butter and vanilla extract into blender or food processor (I always use my NutriBullet)
2. Crush or chop cacao on cutting board.
3. Once date mixture is fully blended, stir in chopped cacao.
Seriously, I told you guys, it’s that easy! Plus, it really tastes just as delicious as regular cookie dough. I have tried other recipes that involve beans, added syrups and take a ton more effort and they wind up not quite as delicious. Here are a few other sugar free gluten free recipe favorites of mine and at the bottom you can check out my “must haves” for this recipe.
Renee is the blogger behind The Fun Sized Life. After downsizing with her family, she also took the time to get serious about he finances. Now she is sharing the wealth with all of her readers.