Peanut Butter Cookie

As always, these recipes don't require any pricey products and all come in for close to $2 or less!

Tips for making your shakes:

Blend your ice and water together first for a few seconds before adding dry ingredients. It’ll make for a smoother consistency.

If your shake is too thin, add more ice and blend.

If your shake is too thick, add some warm water and blend.

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Peanut butter cookie

257 Cal, 27 carbs, 25g protein, $1.91

 

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4 thoughts on “Peanut Butter Cookie”

    1. Hi Stephanie! I just used sugar free chocolate syrup and sugar free caramel syrup. The cookie crumble is Chips Ahoy, the one that comes in the small individual container for $1. Smuckers makes a sugar free caramel syrup and I found it at Walmart.

      Some stores have a sugar free whipped cream, but I’ve had trouble finding it. There is an almond milk version if you’re looking for a similar option.

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