SunButter Cookie Recipe -- Food Allergies Part 3

Mrs. A. Food Allergies Recipes

In my previous Food Allergy post, I mentioned that I use SunButter.  SunButter is made from sunflower seeds and can be used as a substitute for peanut butter and other nut butters.  In my house, peanuts and tree nuts are strictly avoided.  Peanut Butter Cookies have always been a favorite of mine so I adapted the recipe to be allergy free for me.  (Always remember what is allergy free for one person isn’t necessarily allergy free for another.)

SunButter Cookie Recipe

Then…what better way to serve your cookies than on a vintage platter.  Here are a few selections.

Vintage Edwin M Knowles Platter featured at WhimzyThyme

Vintage Edwin M Knowles Platter featured at WhimzyThyme

Vintage Blue and White Platter featured at 2aEmporium

Vintage Blue and White Platter featured at 2aEmporium

Vintage Round Couroc Tray featured at VintageMaineia

Vintage Round Couroc Tray featured at VintageMaineia

Vintage Strawberry Platter featured at 2aEmporium

Vintage Strawberry Platter featured at 2aEmporium

Vintage Homer Laughlin Platter featured at Rt9NJvintageFun

Vintage Homer Laughlin Platter featured at Rt9NJvintageFun

You can always use your favorite substitute for white sugar.  And, you can substitute 1/4 cup of unsweetened applesauce for the egg.  I hope you’ll give the cookie recipe a try.  Be sure to serve them on your favorite vintage platter!



10 thoughts on “SunButter Cookie Recipe — Food Allergies Part 3

  1. Whimzy Thyme| December 26, 2016 at 5:09PM

Fantastic! Vintage china plates and platters are wonderful to have around during the holidays. Not only can you server goodies in them at home but you can give them as gifts. I always bake goodies for friends and neighbors and bring the cookies or breads in vintage china they can keep.

  • Mrs. A.December 26, 2016 at 5:38PM

What a great idea to use vintage china as part of your gift with baked goodies! Thank you for taking time to stop by and comment. Your shop is lovely!!

  1. Joanne| December 30, 2016 at 12:26AM

Well done, Mrs. A. Love the recipe and your lovely selection of cookie serving platters : )

  • Mrs. A.| December 30, 2016 at 10:17PM

Thank you for commenting, Joanne. I thought the vintage platters were a nice touch.

  1. JD at| December 30, 2016 at 7:24PM

Looking forward to trying your recipe! Love all the platters, too! Thank you for sharing!

  • Mrs. A.December 30, 2016 at 10:20PM

JD, the cookies are yummy! As a matter of fact, I will be making some this weekend. They freeze well so I put portions in freezer bags and pull them out a few at a time.

  1. Betty J Powell| January 2, 2017 at 2:36PM

Excellent choice of cookie recipe and vintage trays and plates to rest them on! I’ll have to try the recipe this weekend. Yum!

  • Mrs. A.January 2, 2017 at 11:12PM

Thank you, Betty. You’ll have to let me know if you did any further substituting on the cookie recipe.

  1. Laura's Last Ditch Vintage Kitchenwares| January 5, 2017 at 10:46PM

The mushroom tray is groovy! I wonder what would happen if we tried sunbutter cookies with honey instead of sugar? These special diets sure can be hard!

  • Mrs. A.January 6, 2017 at 9:18AM

Thanks for stopping by, Laura. I don’t know on substituting honey, but if you try it let me know how it goes.


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