Been meaning to share with you all about my experimentations in the kitchen, but with so much going on, I haven’t had the chance to sit down for a full morning and get them uploaded!
So let me introduce you to ‘Butterfly Bakes’ This will be my very own collection of recipes that will range from cupcakes to traybakes. Also I will through in my savoury dishes for you to try, even though technically that isn’t baking, but they are all created in the same place, so you get where I am coming from!
After receiving my incredible hamper of goodies from Sukrin UK, that I won from an IG giveaway host by another avid baker Liza Salt (@Lizasalt), I got the baking bug and haven’t stopped looking at recipes since! So far I have made some tasty treats, that have gone down well in my household, but they are outstanding I will admit. Though we have to start of somewhere.
Anyone who knows me well enough (or simply followers me on social media) will know that I have a slight obsession with peanut butter. It was only natural that my first creation was going to include Sukrin’s peanut flour, one way or another!
Here’s my take on peanut butter cookies!
- 100g Peanut Flour
- 50g Oat Flour
- 50g Agave
- 30g Sukrin Gold
- 15g Peanut Butter
- 1 egg
- 50g soya or natural yoghurt
- 2 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 35g coconut oil
- 3/4 tsp baking powder
- Pre-heat the oven at Gas Mark 4 (350C) and prepare a baking tray with parchment paper on top
- In a large bowl, fork together two flours then add baking powder and Sukrin gold
- Then in a separate bowl whisk together honey, egg and melted coconut oil, and add into mixture
- Next stir in vanilla and peanut butter
- Finally add yoghurt until a creamy consistency
- Chill the mixture in the fridge for around 20 minutes before rolling out 1-2 inch balls on to the baking tray. Flatten down into circles if desired, or keep them rustic by letting them do their own thing
- Bake for around 15-20 minutes until golden
- Cool on a rack before devouring!
Let me know if you give these a go and tag #butterflybakes if you share your cookies on social media