This gluten free peanut butter cookie recipe contains whole grains, oats, superseeds, and inulin for plenty of fiber. No gums such as xanthan or guar are used at all. These chewy delights are lightly sweetened with sugar, but supplemented with natural sugar substitutes, making for a healthier cookie.
Nature’s Path came out with three flavors of their new Qi’a™ Superfoods Hot Oatmeal. Flavors include Creamy Coconut, Superseeds & Grains, and Cinnamon Pumpkin Seed. I love the Superseeds & Grains because it has a bit of crunch. It contains rolled oats instead of quick-cooking oats like so many other brands.
I’ve used the Superseeds & Grains to make this delicious gluten free vegan peanut butter cookies recipe sweetened with molasses, agave powder, liquid stevia, and granulated sugar. It’s easy to make because the oatmeal packs contain six ingredients, making less ingredients to purchase and measure. I hope you enjoy them as much as have. Enjoy!
Ingredients in (gluten free) Qi’a Superfoods Superseeds & Grains Hot Oatmeal (Organic*):
Rolled oats, dried coconut, buckwheat groats, inulin, chia seeds, hemp seeds, flavor. Contains tree nuts (coconut). Produced in a facility that uses milk and soy.
Disclosure: Nature Path provided me with a free box of their product.