I've tweaked this recipe a couple of times and I think I will stick to this recipe. They're very good and makes a large batch which for my family it's a waste of time making small batches of anything! All the kids like them. Here's the recipe:
2 cups natural peanut butter (I used smooth, crunchy would be good too)
1 cup softened butter
1 cup honey
Beat together very well. Then add the following:
1 cup arrowroot flour
1/2 coconut flour
1 tsp baking soda
Beat well, scraping the sides of the bowl. Shape into small balls and place on cookie sheet, flatten with a fork in criss cross fashion. Bake in pre-heated oven at 350 for 10-12 minutes until edges brown a little. You may have to let them cool a bit before removing from the pan.
As soon as they're cool enough I wrap some up and throw them in the freezer so they don't all get eaten up. That way I still have something for school lunches, which comes in handy if I get behind in baking or low in groceries etc... If you are doing SCD or GAPS I would just omit the arrowroot and increase the coconut flour to 1 cup and add an extra egg. The texture will be a bit heavier but they'll still be delicious.
Oh, and a glass of cold and creamy raw milk would sure come in handy about the time you're taking a pan of these out of the oven!