Low Carb Peanut Butter Bacon Cookies

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  • prep time

    prep time

    10 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    1 h 3 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    1 h 13 min

Low Carb Peanut Butter Bacon Cookies

8 ratings

Everything is better with bacon! These yummy cookies are easy to make and very satisfying. Use your favorite granulated sugar substitute. I recommend one that’s a blend of a few different types to get a better texture. Since the cookies are already brown from the peanut butter, you won’t notice a Lot of browning while the cookies are baking, but 12-14 minutes in the oven is the perfect time to firm them up. As much as you’ll want to eat them right when they come out of the oven, hang tight as they cool off and firm up.

  • Net Carbs

    2.2 g

  • Fiber

    0.6 g

  • Total Carbs

    7.7 g

  • Protein

    4.7 g

  • Fats

    11.3 g

126 cals

Low Carb Peanut Butter Bacon Cookies

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Ingredients

  • Peanut Butter, Salted

    Peanut Butter, Salted

    ½ cup

  • Egg

    Egg

    1 large

  • Granular Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    Granular Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    ¼ cup

  • Baking Soda

    Baking Soda

    ½ teaspoon

  • Applewood Smoked Uncured Bacon by Niman Ranch

    Applewood Smoked Uncured Bacon by Niman Ranch

    6 slice

Recipe Steps

steps 5

1 h 13 min

  • Step 1

    Roast bacon slices at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes, or until crispy. Remove from the oven and roughly shop the slices. Set aside and reduce the oven temperature to 325 degrees.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Pour ½ cup of creamy peanut butter in a mixing bowl.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Add the sweetener, egg, and baking soda to the bowl and mix together. Fold in the chopped bacon.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Form into 10 balls and place them on a parchment covered baking sheet. Slightly flatten each of the balls.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Place the sheet in the oven and bake for 12-14 minutes. Remove the cookies from the oven and allow to cool for 20 minutes before enjoying.
    Step 5

Comments 25

  • SuperRadish951112

    SuperRadish951112 3 years ago

    Can these be baked in a solar oven? How long?

    • LLA0988

      LLA0988 3 years ago

      I have been making PB & bacon cookies for a few years. If you like sweet, salty, smoky & spicy then add a pinch of Aleppo pepper - excellent!

      • RCTyo

        RCTyo 3 years ago

        Added 1 serving Lilly’s milk chocolate chips. No bacon. Reminded me of Cocoa Wheats flavor which I liked.

        • woodsonsbcblondie05

          woodsonsbcblondie05 3 years ago

          These are sooooo good. I kept them in the refrigerator (yuck!), so I decided to reheat them in the air fryer. They tasted fresh out of the oven all week!!!!

          • Lorna

            Lorna 3 years ago

            Has anyone tried this with almond butter instead of PB?

            • woodsonsbcblondie05

              woodsonsbcblondie05 3 years ago

              That’s what I used...they were amazing!

          • Judy

            Judy 4 years ago

            I doubled the recipe and made them without bacon but added about 1/4 cup of almond flour for a better consistency, a little vanilla and a tablespoon more of Swerve, and added a pinch of course salt over all. It was fantastic and soft in the middle.

            • Itai

              Itai 5 years ago

              Very good. I made it with crunchy PB, and also added cinnamon and desiccated coconut👌👌. PS: no bacon.

              • Jackie

                Jackie 5 years ago

                I can only give this recipe 3 stars because I'm very confused by the bacon... To me it doesn't belong. I like the flavor of the cookie but next time I won't add the bacon. The bacon adds a very weird texture to the cookies.

                • Gayla

                  Gayla 5 years ago

                  Can I use monk fruit to sweeten? If so how much?

                  • rysamccabe29

                    rysamccabe29 5 years ago

                    I used truvia and jalapeño bacon I hope they turn out good

                    • Anonymous

                      Anonymous 5 years ago

                      These were good! Best of both worlds a little sweet and salty! Yum 😋

                      • Mistyzach

                        Mistyzach 5 years ago

                        Can you use Stevie in this instead of the swerve sugar?

                        • Jamcc87

                          Jamcc87 5 years ago

                          I made these this morning using Swerve and they were not super sweet. I am making these for a cookie swap with non keto folks so I might sub some of the swerve for stevia on my next batch to get it sweeter. It’s an easy recipe and I would give it a try with stevia

                        • recipewriter

                          recipewriter 5 years ago

                          You can try stevia, but will want to start out with less since stevia is typically more sweet. Due to using less sweetener, the consistency of these cookies may also be a little different. Let us know if you try it!

                      • Anonymous

                        Anonymous 5 years ago

                        These are delicious and my kids love them too.

                        • Vickie

                          Vickie 6 years ago

                          We have a Bake Sale today raise funds for Houston Sheltie Sanctuary. Made theses to take.. I couldn’t stop testing the dough. LOL It remolimded me of the Girl Scout Peanut Butter Cookoes.

                          • Rozomermaid

                            Rozomermaid 6 years ago

                            It’s pretty good but I think Lilly’s chocolate chips would be good in them as well

                            • recipewriter

                              recipewriter 6 years ago

                              Sure! Feel free to add in chocolate chips if you'd like.

                          • josie0695

                            josie0695 6 years ago

                            Exactly how do you "pour" peanut butter? From the picture, it looks as if it has been melted first. Is that right? If so, how to go about melting it? Thanks.

                            • recipewriter

                              recipewriter 6 years ago

                              Hi, natural peanut butter was used for this recipe, and it's fairly pourable on it's own. You can use whatever PB you have on hand, but many of them have added oils so the texture of the cookies may vary slighty.

                            • Jcbrad0

                              Jcbrad0 6 years ago

                              Natural peanut butter without all the sugar and extras is quite pourable but obviously you can’t pour jiff, skippy, etc. I use crazy richards natural peanut butter. It is pourable.

                          • belovedc04@yahoo.com

                            belovedc04@yahoo.com 6 years ago

                            How many of theses can you eat? Is it just one cookie?

                            • recipewriter

                              recipewriter 6 years ago

                              The serving size is 1 cookie.

                          • bharriet4

                            bharriet4 6 years ago

                            Tried these today and they came pretty good. Will definitely do the trick if you’re craving something sweet.