Black Cat Peanut Butter Cookies Made With Only Three Ingredients!

Who doesn’t enjoy peanut butter and adore black cats, right? These delectable Black Cat Peanut Butter cookies are made with only three ingredients!

Meet the Koek Kat Kliek

The recipe originates from the Koek Kat Kliek or “cookie cat clique” in Afrikaans. The cat enthusiasts, known as the KAT KULT, meet at their headquarters, the Kat Kondo in Cape Town, at all hours to cook, bake, and share feline recipes and photos of their cats.

The Koek Kat Kliek and the black cat worshippers of the Mother City meet and eat these peanut butter cookies regularly. Who can blame them? There are no excuses not to make these irresistibly easy cat cookies!

3 Ingredient Black Cat Peanut Butter Cookies In 5 Easy Steps


  • 1 cup sugar (250ml)
  • 1 cup Black Cat peanut butter (250 ml)
  • 1 egg


  1. Mix the ingredients with an electric mixer.
  2. Roll the dough into equally sized round balls with your hands.
  3. Place the balls on a baking sheet.
  4. Press the balls flat with the back of a fork.
  5. Bake in the oven at 180 degrees Celsius for 10 minutes. Do not let the balls brown.

About Black Cat Peanut Butter

For nearly a century, Black Cat has been providing families with delicious and nutritious peanut butter. The company was founded in 1926 and committed to using only the finest peanuts. This commitment to quality has made Black Cat a household name and a favorite among families everywhere.

Black Cat peanut butter is packed with “peanut power,” providing a delicious and energy-boosting snack for kids of all ages. It is also a great source of protein and fibre, making it a healthy and satisfying addition to any diet.

Is peanut butter safe for cats?

Nutritionally speaking, peanut butter is not a good choice for cats. It is high in trans-fatty acids, which are not good for your cat’s health. Additionally, many peanut butters contain a lot of added salt, which is also not good for cats. Peanut butter is also a high-calorie food, so even a small amount can pack on the pounds. If your cat is prone to weight gain, then feeding them peanut butter could contribute to an unhealthy weight.

In addition to little nutritional value, peanut butter can contain several hazards for cats. Your cat may have difficulty swallowing some kinds of peanut butter, as they can be highly sticky.

Xylitol is a dangerous ingredient found in many peanut butters. It is extremely toxic to cats and other animals and can cause vomiting, seizures, and liver failure. If you feed peanut butter to your pet, be sure to choose a product that is xylitol-free.

Feeding peanut butter to your cat as a treat isn’t a great idea since the risks and downsides outweigh the potential benefits. Instead, rather treat yourself to these Black Cat Doughnuts Glazed With Chocolate, why don’t you?!

Professional drinks hobbyist by day. Devoted Kat Angel at KAT KULT, all the time.
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