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Easy Chocolate-Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies

Easy Chocolate-Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies recipe
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The delectable flavors of peanut butter and chocolate come together in a cookie that looks gourmet but, with only five ingredients, is a cinch to make.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 20 min
servings
total:
18 servings, 1 cookie each
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posted:
12/22/2013
Cookies were flat and too thin. They spread so much you couldn't see the fork marks. Didn't bother with the chocolate and nuts they looked so bad. Did everything as per recipe. .???.
posted:
11/9/2013
I found the chocolate got clumpy and I had to keep zapping it in the microwave. But the result was pretty. I think it's a little too much work for not very many cookies, though.
posted:
2/22/2012
The best PB cookies I've every had! I made this recipe twice now. I only put chocolate on one side - that was plenty. Huuuuge hit with everyone in the family. My husband loves these especiallly because they are soft when and not crunchy like most PB cookies made with flour. It is crazy to me that you can make cookies without flour, but it worked!
posted:
2/17/2012
I can't believe these are just PB, sugar, & egg! I had to use crunchy PB & still came out great. Very light & satisfying cookie. Given that it is so easy to make & I usually have the ingredients on hand, I will probably make these again for a quick sweet treat.
posted:
12/22/2011
Everyone loved these so much that I had to bake more!!! So so so easy and delicious ! Just make sure you chill them long enough and don't over bake. All ovens are different, mine took less than 10mins. You really only need to put chocolate on one side, it's plenty. You can melt chocolate chips instead of squares and use sprinkles instead of nuts. It's hard to believe you can make cookies without any flour! The best peanut butter cookie I ever tasted!!!
posted:
1/3/2011
Nice idea, but the cookie was very dry.
posted:
12/11/2010
I dipped mine in toffee bits!! Oh Sooo Yummy!! They were at hit at my Christmas cookie exchange!
posted:
11/10/2010
These are a great christmas cookie that I will enjoy year after year and giving.
posted:
10/20/2010
I made these without the chocolate and nuts and they still tasted great! I also made 2 batches, one with creamy peanut butter and one with extra crunchy, and they were gone in a day. :)
posted:
5/11/2010
cookies were very crispy, chocolate was difficult to keep thin enough to dip
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