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By Louella from Billings, MT
This is one of my recipe creations. Hope you like these as much as my family does.
Total Time: 35-45 min
Yield: Approx 24 cookies
Note: You can also add nuts of your choice, raisins or coconut. Don't be afraid to experiment.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Cream peanut butter and honey together.
Stir in egg and vanilla.
Sift together salt, soda, and flour, and stir into peanut butter mixture.
Drop by teaspoonfuls onto greased cookie sheets. Mash each cookie slightly with the back of a fork. Wet the fork frequently to keep dough from sticking.
Bake for 10 to 12 minutes, or until they just start to turn golden brown on the edges. Watch them closely. Using honey can cause them to burn quickly. (I baked them for 10 minutes, your oven may vary the time needed.)
Makes 3 - 4 dozen cookies. According to the authors they are very good keepers.
Source: Laurel's Kitchen Recipes, Laurel Robertson, Carol Flinders, and Brian Ruppenthal, 1993
By Barbara from Bremerton, WA
You may have noticed a recipe for super easy peanut butter cookies. The recipe calls for just 3 ingredients, egg, peanut butter, and sugar. Well, I tried this recipe on the recommendation of my dear friend, Beverly, and it is outstanding! Actually, outstanding is a quote from a friend who had just eaten one. Everybody who tried them said they were excellent, some said the best peanut butter cookies they had ever tasted. I think they are the best myself, and so easy it's crazy!
If you have seen the recipe, but not tried it, give it a go. It has been posted on TF before, but here is the recipe:
Bake in a 350 degree F oven for 8 - 10 minutes. They are out of this world, and noone will ever guess that they are so easy. As a real plus, they are also gluten free.
Source: I've seen this recipe in several places over the years. I don't know it's origin. it certainly wasn't me, though I wish I could take credit.
By Copasetic 1 from North Royalton, OH
My children made and entered these at the county fair one year. Each won the blue ribbon in their respective age group for the "Peanut Butter Cookie" category.
I am looking for a cookie recipe that is a lot like the oatmeal nobake cookies except it has saltine crackers and peanut butter but doesn't have the cocoa. This is a drop cookie.
These are so easy and use only 3 ingredients. They also taste great!
This an easy, quick recipe for your Christmas Season.
These are cutely shaped peanut butter cookies, with a little licorice tail.
I have a number of peanut butter cookie recipes. All of them are in the "cookie" state. ie drop cookies or cut out cookies. Time is short sometimes and I have adapted one of the recipes for a sheet pan.
Peanut Butter Noodle Cookies Recipe. Bring syrup and sugar to a full boil. Remove from heat and stir in peanut butter and noodles. . .
Grease 9x13 inch pan. Beat 1 1/4 cup peanut butter and butter in large bowl until creamy. Gradually add 1 cup powdered sugar. With hands or wooden spoon, work in remaining powdered sugar. . .
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Place sheets of foil on countertop for cooling cookies. Combine shortening, peanut butter, brown sugar, milk and vanilla in large bowl.
Made with peanut butter and honey roasted peanuts for a delicious, peanutty cookie!
This recipe was given to me about 40 years ago by the mother of an original Mouseketeer named Lynn Ready. It has remained my favorite Peanut Butter Cookie recipe. From the desk of Jonni Ready...
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I'm looking for a good old fashion peanut butter cookie recipe.
By Ann from Tipp City, OH
1 cup peanut butter (smooth or crunchy your choice)
1 cup sugar
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Mix all ingredients and place by spoonfuls on baking sheet. Bake approximately 10 to 12 minutes. Let cool on rake.
My Mother's recipe I have found to be the best of course!
Beat until creamy
1 C shortening
1 C brown sugar
1 C white sugar
1 tea. vanilla
Mix then add
1 C peanut butter
2 C flour
2 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. soda
Add to sugar/shortening mixture. Drop onto lightly greased cookie sheet in approximately 2" balls. Dip a fork in sugar and flatten slightly making a cross design. Bake 8 minutes at 350 F. degrees. Do not overbake.
Enjoy! My husband always used to have me keep some of the dough raw for him. He has now outgrown it after 43 years of marriage.
I know this isn't really old fashion but I posted it in my group for a virtual cookie exchange.
~gleamed from Feasting Naturally~
1 c. safflower oil
1 c. honey, warmed
&frac; c. natural style peanut butter
1 tsp. vanilla
2 c. whole wheat flour
&frac; tsp. baking powder
&frac; tsp. salt
Combine oil, honey, peanut butter, eggs, and vanilla in a mixing bowl; beat on medium speed for 2 minutes. Add dry ingredients and beat on medium speed 2 more minutes. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto greased cookies sheets and bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Cool on wire racks.
Cookies should be slightly undercooked, not crisp.
Yield; 3 - 4 dozen cookies
I thought I had just a plain old fashion one, but I have as of yet to find it. Found peanut butter doggie treats and even this peanut cookie recipe. But not the plain simple one my daughter used.
Anyway for the diehard peanut fan heres the peanut cookie recipe and where I dug it up.
~From the Carnation Cook book by Mary Blake copyright 1946, Carnation Company. Printed in the U.SA. ~ This is for that diehard Peanut fan- yes I mean Peanut not Peanut butter.
1/8 teaspoon of salt
&frac; cup Carnation Milk, undiluted
1 teaspoon lemon juice
2 cups confectioners' sugar
4 cups finely chopped peanuts
Separate eggs. Beat egg yolks until thick and lemon colored. Add salt in nuts, then fold in stiffly beaten eggs whites. The mixture should be very stiff. Drop from teaspoon onto waxed paper. Bake in a moderate oven 350 to 375 degrees until brown, about 15 minutes. Remove paper and cookies form baking sheet. Cool before pulling cookies from paper.
I just made latrtatr's recipe and it is great! I like that you use a full cup of peanut butter. So many only take 2/3 cup. Just don't over bake them and they are delish!
I am looking for a cookie recipe that includes chopped up peanut butter cups and possibly chocolate chips. I made this recipe once but can't find it.
Pam from South Jersey
Hoping that someone will have the recipe. I wouldn't be too eager if I were you because of the problems with peanut butter, and peanut paste foods that have been pulled from all grocery store shelves.
575 people became ill and has been linked to eight deaths.
Here is one...dont know if it is the same one you had:
To make sure your peanut butter products are not on the recall list check here:
Reese's on their site states that their products are safe.
None of my products are recalled.
The peanut butter recall won't last forever.
This isn't the recipe you wanted, but another *delicious* use of peanut butter cups and chocolate chips....make a boxed brownie mix (as directed on the box) and before you bake them, sprinkle the chopped up peanut butter cups and the chocolate chips on top! Bake as directed on the box! This will go like "hots-cakes!"
For years and years I have done this with my brownies only with peanut butter chips and chocolate chips. It is fun (and fattening...lol) to experiment with different toppings like Milky Ways or Snickers (chopped up), or caramel bits, or Rolos, or anything like that! Yummy!