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Easy Peanut Butter Cookies

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Easy Peanut Butter Cookies? We'll say! Five ingredients. 25 minutes. No flour to measure. The result: Deeply, intensely peanut-buttery cookies.
15 min
25 min
18 servings, 2 cookies each
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These are really very good - quick, easy to make & I always have the ingredients on hand! Do not cook until brown or they will be dry. I also skip the nuts in this recipe (you can always use cruncy PB if you like) also, to dress them up I dip 1/2 in melted chocolate.
This was a total flop. After 3 minutes in the oven, the cookies were burnt and they crumble apart when you touch them. The Old Fashioned PB Cookies recipe (from the back of an old bottle) is much better!
They were easy to make but not worth even the short time spent on them. They were way to sweet. They're more of a crip then a cookie.
So good and so simple. Fun recipe to do with the kids.
I usually hate peanut butter cookies and won't even eat them but these are the best! I made them when I served cookies at church and they were a hit.
This recipe was very simple and delicious, but I only got about a dozen and a half cookies. I reccommend doubling the ingrediants next time.
These cookies tasted delicious, but I did not get 3 dozen cookies like the recipe promised. The cookies that I did get were good, but I expected more.
After reading comments of others, I made this recipe, cutting the sugar to 2/3 cup. I greased the cookie sheet and did not add peanuts. This recipe was awesome. The cookies tasted great. My eight year old son loved learning to make these as well! I like the ease of the recipe, with so little ingredients. I will definitely make these again. One thought was to add Heath toffee bits to them!
I made these cookies for the Women's Centre bake sale, and they tasted good (my friend and I each had one of the ones that crumbled during the transfer process, from the cookie sheet to the plate), but they stuck to the pan really badly. Don't pay attention to the recipe when it says to use an ungreased pan, or else the same thing will happen to you.
This recipe is so easy! My kids love them!
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