Add all the dry ingredients into a large mixing bowl and stir with a spatula/large spoon until combined.
To the same bowl, add the peanut butter, vanilla and eggs. Stir with a spatula until combined. (It should be moist and not too sticky)
Portion out cookie dough into 12 pieces. Roll each into a ball and arrange onto a baking sheet/baking tray lined with paper. Press down each ball with a fork dipped in water (to prevent it from sticking)
Bake for 12 minutes, and then remove from oven and let them rest on the tray for 5 minutes. Then , move to a wire rack, cover and let them come to room temperature.
Peanut Butter: Sugar free peanut butters are now available in mainstream supermarkets, including Coles and Woolworths in Australia. When buying a sugar free peanut butter, make sure to read the label to check that the only ingredient is peanuts.
Honey: I used raw honey which is honey that doesn't contain any other ingredients other than honey. Check the label when buying honey to make sure there are no other nasty ingredients. I've also recently discovered this Low Gi Honey.
Monkfruit Sweetener: I use Lakanto Monkfruit as the granulated sweetener. If you're not familiar with this, in comes in two varieties, - white and golden. I used the golden one for this recipe. It measures just like sugar and has no weird aftertaste. Its available from the baking aisle of Woolworths and Coles and online.
Making a Double Batch: I recommend making a double batch of this recipe as these cookies will go fast. To scale up the recipe, simply double all the ingredients. (this is easy to do by clicking the "2x" button on the recipe card below).
Size: For perfectly sized uniform cookies, you could use an ice-cream scoop to measure the dough, or alternatively you could weight the dough portions to ensure the cookies will all be the same size.
Storing: Let cookies come to room temperature on a wire rack before storing in an air tight container on the bench. They'll last for 3 days.
Freezing: I wouldn't recommend freezing these cookies. They're best eaten fresh.