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Festive and whimsical Rudolph cookies for the holiday season. From a recipe in Ladies Home Journal, December 2007.
1. Preheat oven to 375F and place rack in center of the oven. Grease two baking sheets.
2. In a large mixer, beat butter, peanut butter and sugars on medium until mixed well and light in texture, about 2 minutes. Add egg and vanilla; beat until thoroughly combined. Stir in flour, baking soda and salt until dough forms. Roll into 1-inch balls and place 1 inch apart on prepared sheets.
3. Bake (recommend one sheet at a time) until just set and bottoms are golden, about 8 to 10 minutes. For each cookie, while warm, place 1 M&M in center for nose, 2 miniature chocolate chips for eyes, and broken pretzel for antlers. Transfer cookies to a wire rack or flattened paper bag and let cool completely.
Can be made ahead, store in an airtight container.
Kluge0731 1y agoThese were super cute except my antlers wouldn't stay on very well. The batter was a little on the dry side but delicious tasting!
hotstuffnthekitchen 2y agoThey are so cute! They were a hit at the staff party. Very clever!
Zith 2y agoI was really excited about these cute cookies, but they turned out small, crumbly, and fell apart when I tried to decorate. Recommend caution when trying this recipe for the first time.
WendyJane13 2y agoThis recipe is a keeper! My college-age children devoured them and are looking for more!
ginmP6 2y agoVery easy recipe, I rolled in sugar and just added a chocolate kiss on top! Delicious!
laneka 2y ago
jtrent238 3y ago
elenaced 3y agoLook so good
ldonovan77 3y ago
kyjaxmom 3y agoI used my own peanut butter cookie recipe and it turned out fantastic! I would prefer regular chocolate chips though, the eyes looked too small.