Kelly & Michael: Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookie Recipe


The Treats Truck New York By Kim Ima

Kelly & Michael: Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookie Recipe

Kelly & Michael continued their Truckin’ Amazing contest with The Treats Truck’s Kim Ima! She whipped up a gluten-free peanut butter sandwich cookie recipe.

Kelly and Michael brought out Kim Ima, the owner of The Treats Truck in New York City. She’s been fighting off crowds all morning, waiting for Kelly and Michael to make come gluten-free peanut butter sandwich cookies. She’s been running the truck for 6 years and sells all sorts of delicious treats—cookies, cakes, brownies, you name it!


This recipe is so easy that kids could make it! It requires very few ingredients and is a pretty natural recipe. No artificial sugars and gluten-free, so moms with kids and allergies will love this sweet concoction. You could even put Nutella in the middle.

Kim Ima Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies Recipe

Whisk two eggs with two teaspoons of vanilla extract. Add in 2 cups of peanut butter; it’s just peanuts and salt, no extras. Stir these together with a cup of sugar and half a teaspoon of salt. This will gets tough to stir, but Michael Strahan got it. This is the dough.

Scoop the dough and form a patty. Take a fork and press this like an old fashioned peanut butter cookie. Cook this for ten minutes at 325 degrees, depending on your oven.


While these cool, make the filling. Kim makes three types of fillings: peanut butter and peanut butter, peanut butter and chocolate, and peanut butter and jelly. All you do is mix them up!

“I’m happy dancing because of the joy I feel when I eat your cookies,” Kelly told Kim. They gave her a plaque for participating in the Truckin’ Amazing Contest.



  1. lu weiss says

    I do not understand. you state no sugar, but there is about 2 to 3 c sugar in the recipie. so disappointed. please let me hear from you

  2. Stacey Jackson says

    It really would have been helpful to know how thick to make the patties.

    @Lu Weiss, Paula Deen has a very similar recipe on the food network page that uses sugar substitute.

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