1. crystal touchton
    09/07/2014 @ 8:03 AM

    These cookies sound really good. Have you tried black bean brownies?…so good!

  2. Mel Day
    09/06/2014 @ 7:22 AM

    It must be so hard to re-engineer you’re taste buds, shopping and cooking techniques to accommodate special food issues with kids. Yore doing great to make changes. As I sit here reading, with a block of chocolate!, I’m aware I really need to kick sugar. Hmm … cookies …

  3. Alexandria Gunn
    09/06/2014 @ 2:44 AM

    These look delicious. I don’t eat that many cookies or sweets (or anything similar) and I’ve cut down on bread considerably over the last couple of years because it just makes me bloated. I’m not sure it’s the sugar that’s causing my problem but the wheat.

  4. Mommy Mafia
    09/05/2014 @ 5:34 PM

    Thank you for this, my father has diabetes and I would love to share this with him!

  5. MryJhnsn (@mryjhnsn)
    09/05/2014 @ 3:42 PM

    I use and love this recipe minus the sugar substitutes but will have to try this! Thanks!

  6. traditionallymodernfood
    09/05/2014 @ 3:15 PM

    Without flour.. Sounds interesting will try soon

  7. Victoria Virgo
    09/05/2014 @ 2:20 PM

    Wow – these look tasty. You have proven how uneducated we are about diabetes and where sugar lurks.

    Thanks for sharing – I’ll take two cookies please 🙂

  8. shifa
    09/05/2014 @ 1:59 PM

    thnx for sharing such a yummy recipe!

  9. tara pittman
    09/05/2014 @ 12:03 PM

    Most people think with diabetics just cut out sugar but it is more about carbs too. I am glad there is a cookie recipe that you daughter can have.

  10. Amy Bovaird
    09/05/2014 @ 11:53 AM

    This recipe sounds pretty good. My brother has type 2 diabetes and craves sweets. He’s very picky and doesn’t like substitutes of sugar-free things. He’s having difficulty accepting it. I’m the cook so I try to do what I can. Can you and I will try this recipe. Very useful post!

  11. Scott
    09/05/2014 @ 11:48 AM

    You still need some sugars for your body to operate, but most people get way too much in their diet everyday.

  12. Joan Harrington
    09/05/2014 @ 11:23 AM

    Awesome post! Thanks for sharing your recipe on type 2 diabetes and peanut butter cookies 🙂 Shared

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