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maca peanut butter cookie sandwiches

Prep - 10 Minutes
Cook - 15 Minutes
15 Servings

If you’re looking for recipe that’s delicious and different, packed with protein and easy to prepare then you’ve come to the right place!

Take a look at these gorgeous vegan peanut butter cookie sandwiches. Vegan (obviously), protein-filled and gluten free, they are delightfully indulgent and sinfully moreish! We’ll certainly be leaving these delicious Christmas treats out for Santa Claus, but we can’t promise there will be any left for the kids by Christmas morning. Not only do they look delicious, but we can also ensure they taste amazing too!

They’re easy to make so they’re an ideal recipe for a Sunday afternoon of baking. You can even get the young ones involved, they’re the perfect festive activity to ignite your Christmas spirit.

Eat these protein cookie sandwiches as an afternoon snack, on the side with a cup of tea, or even when you just fancy a peanut butter delight. They don’t use any special ingredients, so chances are you’ll have most of what you need in your cupboard at home!

Take these gorgeous cookie sandwiches to your Christmas parties or wow your guests at home with the melt-in-your-mouth flavour of these vegan treats. Or… you could just keep them all for yourself... don’t worry, we won’t judge. We promise they won’t stay long on that counter when your family and friends spot them!

They’re also an ideal lunchbox filler for your children (… or for you!), and we particularly love eating them on the side with a cup of tea, milkshake or our favourite… hot chocolate. Even mix them with vegan ice cream if you’re feeling like adding an extra special topping!

This recipe uses our Cacao and Maca Supershake for its added protein. One of our favourite supershakes, it contains a massive 20g of protein per serving and is plant based and gluten free. Not only is it of the star of this recipe … it contains vitamin B too! You can also experiment with tonnes of delicious Cacao and Maca Supershake recipes here!

Fancying something a bit different, but equally delicious? Swap out the Cacao and Maca Supershake for any of our other flavoured protein powders – like our Chocolate Pea Protein or Vanilla Faba Bean Protein. Or, if you’re just looking to add protein to your everyday meals – have a look at our unflavoured protein powders, which are so versatile you can add them to nearly any recipe!

INGREDIENTS

    CACAO & MACA SUPERSHAKE

  • 240g oats
  • 5 tbsp Cacao & Maca Supershake
  • 2 tbsp cacao powder
  • 400g smooth peanut butter
  • 50ml maple syrup
  • 210ml dairy milk
  • For the Filling

  • 300g peanut butter
  • 65g icing sugar
  • 55ml maple syrup

METHOD

STEP 1

Preheat oven to 180c and line two baking trays with parchment paper.

STEP 2

In a blender, blend oats into a fine flour. Empty into a large mixing bowl and combine with Pulsin Maca Supershake powder and cacao powder.

STEP 3

In a microwavable bowl combine the peanut butter and maple syrup and place in the microwave for 45 seconds, until the peanut butter has melted slightly. Pour this into the bowl of dry ingredients, add the milk and combine until the mixture forms a dough.

STEP 4

Empty onto a work surface and using a rolling pin roll to your desired thickness of cookie. Using a circular cookie cutter cut the dough into approximately 26-30 cookies and place them on the baking trays.

STEP 5

Bake in the oven for 15 minutes before taking out and leaving to cool completely.

STEP 6

Combine the ingredients for the filling and roll into small balls before delicately pushing the balls down on 1/2 of the cookies. Place the other cookie on top and press down carefully. Enjoy!

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My name is Luce (more commonly known as WhatLuceEats), and I'm a plant based recipe developer and food photographer. I fell in love with being in the kitchen nearly 2 years ago, when I adapted my lifestyle to being plant-based. My hobby has turned into my career, and I now spend every day creating delicious vegan recipes both sweet and savoury, for all to enjoy. The aim of WhatLuceEats is to show that following a plant based diet is not flavourless, but in fact, full of deliciousness and variety.

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