Ready in 45 minutes
Chewy, moist peanut butter cookies. Warning: have a glass of cold milk nearby!
"As Peanut Butter Cookies go, these are excellent! Chewy, yet they still hold together well. My wife and youngest son love peanut butter cookies; I don't really care for them much unless they have chocolate in them -- next time, I'll top them with a Hershey's Kiss or something. (Making them today was my son's idea.) Definitely a fun rainy-day kid project. (I found 16 minutes to be the right baking time, at 300 degrees.)"- stevemur
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Preheat oven to 300 degrees. In a medium bowl, combine flour, soda, and salt. Mix well with a wire whisk. In a large bowl, blend sugars using a mixer at medium speed. Add butter and mix to form a grainy paste. Add eggs, peanut butter, and vanilla. Mix at medium speed until light and fluffy. Add the flour mixture and mix at low speed until just mixed. (Do not overmix). Drop by rounded tablespoons onto an ungreased cookie sheet, 1 1/2 inches apart. With a wet fork, gently press a crisscross pattern on top of the cookies. Bake for 8-22 minutes until cookies are slightly brown along the edges. Transfer cookies immediately to cool surface with a spatula
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cokhmatov 3 weeks agoNever had a better pb cookie. So yummy and fluffy and chewy. Tastes like Reese's peanut butter!
SaraPlaia 8 months agoI've made this recipe twice now and both times the cookies were delicious. I made a few changes the second time and I thought they came out even tastier! I substituted light brown sugar instead of dark brown sugar and I only used 3/4 cup of peanut butter. Also I love chewy cookies so I felt 15-18 minutes worked well depending on how big I made them.
ginablondie1016 1 year agoThese needed more flour for sure. The spread alot, and the baking time was very illusive. I found that in my plain jane oven... took quite some time. 25 minutes almost. They were alright. I'll keep searching for a favorite.
briandlewis 1 year ago
aileenmacabare 1 year ago
sarahkeano 2 years agoYummy ;) they only take around 10-12 min though I'd imagine 22 min would burn them.
Mstracy 2 years agoGreat peanut butter flavor. Upped the temp to 350 for 10-12 mins and they were perfect.
Pebbles29 2 years agoCookies came out good. Total oven time was 25 minutes. A long time for cookies. Came out flat and the fork indents sorta melted away I guess.
Zandorf 2 years agobest tasting dough!
indiesmommy 2 years ago
CTeffner 2 years agoI assume it is 8-12 minutes?
ltlsissy 2 years agolove this recipe
CGood78 2 years agoThis is a perfect recipe for peanut butter cookies! My sons and I made this together and had an awesome time!
Soccermomma1 2 years agoToo crispy. Used to my peaunut butter cookies being soft and moist. Found the receipe to be deceiving too with 8-22 cooking time per batch. That is a wide spread of time.
ChefJonBeattie 3 years agoGood flavor but not very peanut butter flavor. I will adjust the ratios cause the recipe is good
sevensauce 3 years agoI added 1/2 cup more peantbutter an took cooking time to 25min. Made nice large crisp dunkable cookies. Thanks
CookieMonster11 3 years agolooks good i really wanna try it :D
Yabaloat 3 years agoThis is a good recipe but not quite peanut buttery tasting enough for me. I changed this recipe by dropping it by rounded teaspoons instead of tablespoons onto a baking sheet. The I pot a thumb print in the middle of the cookie and filled the divot with a sort quarter teaspoon of fruit spread . I used raspberry and boysenberry fruit spread because they are the thickest but you can use any flavor you want. I cooked them for 11 minutes and let them cool on the baking sheet. It is much easier taking them off the baking sheet without shmushing them after they have cooled for about 6 minutes. These make really pretty cookies and the fruit spread gives them a little more flavor.
kellygunderson 4 years agoCook time of 8-22 minutes?! Am I supposed to camp out in front of the stove?
lenorenvrmore 4 years agoVery good recipe. One of the favorites around here. And rabbit don't eat just anything.