Toddler-friendly peanut butter biscuits

These biscuits are deliciously fluffy and soft, with a delicious sweet peanut butter and maple syrup centre. They melt in your mouth and make for a great afternoon treat for little ones in need of a little energy boost.

They’re easy to make and look super cute, making for a perfect lunchbox addition.

They are refined sugar free, sweetened with maple syrup.

I have no doubt you will end up eating a few of these buttery biscuits yourself!

Toddler-friendly peanut butter biscuits

These cookies are deliciously fluffy and soft, with a delicious sweet peanut butter and maple syrup centre. They melt in your mouth and make for a great afternoon treat for little ones in need of a little energy boost. They're easy to make and look super cute, making for a perfect lunchbox addition. They are refined sugar free, sweetened with maple syrup. Suitable for babies 6 months+. Maple syrup is considered safe for babies in many countries, but some regions recommend waiting until 1 or 2 to introduce sweeteners. 

Prep Time 10 mins Cook Time 8 mins Total Time 18 mins Difficulty: Beginner Cooking Temp: 180  °C Servings: 20

Ingredients

Biscuits

Filling

Instructions

  1. Cream peanut butter mixture

    Add your room temperature butter, maple syrup, vanilla essence and peanut butter to a large bowl. Beat with an electric beater to cream the mixture (it will become light and fluffy and the mixture will become slightly lighter in colour)

  2. Add dry ingredients

    Add your dry ingredients and stir with a wooden spoon until comibined.

  3. Preheat oven

    Preheat oven to 180C fan-forced. Leave to preheat while you prepare your biscuits for baking (next step).

  4. Prepare biscuits for baking

    Roll biscuits into small balls, slightly smaller than a teaspoon. Add to a lined baking tray then press each ball down with a fork.

  5. Bake biscuits

    Bake biscuits for 8 minutes at 180C. Watch closely, they should just be beginning to brown.

  6. Fill biscuits

    Add thick, smooth peanut butter to a bowl with a drizzle of maple strup. Stir with a spoon to combine, then add a little mixture, about 1/2 a teaspoon, to one biscuit and top with another, pressing down slightly. It should look a little like an Oreo, with a cream centre. Enjoy with your favourite snacks - I served mine with fruit!

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Ash

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