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4 Ingredient Healthier Nutter Butter Cookie Dupe Recipe

It had been about ten years since I had a Nutter Butter cookie. Why? As much as I enjoyed eating them, (a lot of them might I add) once I learned about the ingredients in them and what they were doing to my body I knew I needed to find a healthier option.

When my son was younger he was very sick and we could not figure out what was wrong. Finally after some allergy testing we had discovered he was allergic to a whole slew of things. I really had to begin looking at the labels of everything I purchased so I could make sure he wouldn't get sick. One thing he could no longer eat was corn and high fructose corn syrup seemed to be in everything that he enjoyed. That is when my eyes were opened to the harmful ingredients that are in our food and the food I was purchasing for my family. So many of the things I had thought were good choices, I quickly learned they were not. The passion for taking recipes and making them healthier any way I could was born. What we felt was such a horrible thing when we left the doctors office that day because it felt like he could no longer eat anything any more ( of course happy to finally have answers) turned out to be a blessing. It helped our whole family become more aware of ingredients and the foods we were eating. Which would help me immensely as I began my weight loss and wellness journey only a few months later.

If you want to see why Nutter Butter ingredients are not healthy the EWG rating can be found here:

This article explaining why the ingredients are harmful is interesting:

I was determined to make this recipe taste as close to the real thing, only better and so much healthier. I tried this recipe so many times and it was good but I finally nailed it with the filling and I can not wait to share this delicious, gluten free, dairy free, 4 ingredient recipe with you! The filling is what I think really makes this cookie taste even better than the real thing and is the game changer ingredient.


1 1/4 cup of Almond Flour

1/2 cup of Organic Peanut Butter ( no oils or sugars added to this)

1/3 cup of Organic Pure Maple Syrup

1 teaspoon - 1 tablespoon of OAT HAUS Granola Butter (vanilla or Original) the serving size depends on how large you make the cookies

Let's make them: mix the almond flour, peanut butter and maple syrup together. Use a cookie scooper, then place two scoops next to each other. Flatten each cookie with your fork and then bake for 11 minutes at 350.

After they are completely cool you will frost one cookie with the granola butter and then use an additional cookie to make the healthier Nutter Butter Dupe cookie sandwich. I can not wait for you to enjoy these!

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Got the granola butter at target! These are soooooo good!!


I’m really trying to get off sugar! Please send more recipes

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Hi, I'm Kate, a Holistic Health + Integrative Health Practitioner. I love helping other women learn how incredible they are meant to feel from within that they can't help but glow on the outside.


As a board certified Holistic Health Practitioner and Integrative Health Practitioner I am here to guide and make recommendations. Everything on my website is simply based off my own personal experiences, education and what I have discovered working with clients.

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