Stuck Indoors? McAuliffe Chiropractic Office Has Cooked Up a Fun Way to Spend Your Day!

While COVID-19 has changed the way most of us spend our days—it doesn’t mean that there aren’t still plenty of fun ways to fill those days at home. We truly believe in finding ways to bring a sense of normalcy to life right now, and one of our favorite things to do when we’re spending more time indoors it to bake.

Baking is a fun way to spend quality time with your family, it can be done with a healthy amount of social distance and it will produce some pretty delicious results.

Here at McAuliffe Chiropractic Office, we are all about finding balance when it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This of course means exercising, eating right, getting regular adjustments, and indulging in a sweet treat every now and then.

One of our favorite recipes when we have sweets on the brain comes from Certified Nutritionist, Claire McAuliffe, from Fun Sized Eating. These flourless peanut butter cookies are a great way to satisfy that sweet tooth, but have a healthy twist! They are made with simple, natural ingredients, like organic coconut sugar, don’t contain any artificial sweeteners and will give you an extra serving of protein!

After all who doesn’t love a little extra peanut butter in their life?

This recipe is the perfect way to spend an afternoon indoors, it is simple, easy, requires minimal ingredients—and moms, even the kids can get involved in this one.

Take a look at this recipe below and let us know what you think!

And if you are looking for even more delicious and healthy recipes visit Fun Sized Eating’s website or follow her on Instagram!

Happy baking!

Flourless Peanut-Butter Cookies:


-1 cup of your favorite peanut butter (I like Justin’s peanut butter)

-1 cup of natural organic cane or coconut sugar

-1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

-1 egg beaten


*To yield approximately 12 cookies



  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Mix the peanut butter, sugar, vanilla and egg in a large bowl.
  3. Take one tablespoon of cookie mixture and form into a ball. Place on the baking sheet. Keep cookies 1 inch apart.
  4. Flatten each cookie ball with a fork (making a crosshatch pattern).
  5. Sprinkle salt onto each.
  6. Bake for about 10 minutes (until the edges are golden brown).

    *Make sure to turn the baking sheets halfway through.


Of course, if you have any additional questions about ways you can maintain a healthy body and mind during this time, you can always reach out to the doctors here at McAuliffe Chiropractic Office.

Feel free to give us a call at 301-776-0755 with your questions or to schedule an appointment today.


Dr. Terence P. McAuliffe Jr. Family Chiropractor at McAuliffe Chiropractic Office

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