Ready in 45 minutes
This recipe is so easy it unbelievable. There are only 3 ingredients.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Combine ingredients in a medium sized mixing bowl. Drop by spoonfuls onto a baking sheet. Place reserved sugar on a plate or waxed paper. Dip a potato masher, the kind with the square holes, into the sugar and then press the spoonfuls of cookie dough with the potato masher. (If you don't have the potato masher, use a fork to make the cross hatch marks.)
Bake cookies for 8-10 minutes. Cool on a wire rack.
lolagrass 2y agoPerfect kid friendly, ez pb cookies! I like them slightly undercooked because they firm up a bit when thet cool and I loooove them soft and chewy. Allow to cool first, but be sure to store them in an airtight container so they stay soft and delicious!
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idydell 2y agoVery east
kelleyh036107 3y agoIt was sooooooo awesome
LisaMommy 3y agoOh my gosh! I just made these! SO good!! I also added some vanilla, a couple shakes of salt & reduced the sugar just by a tablespoon. They are a bit greasy but very easy. I better hide them before I eat them all!!
MissElvis 3y agoI've made these before....... leave them in the oven a bit longer......they get a nummy crunchy shell. My batter was grainy but the cookies turned out aok they are a perfect holiday treat
rjlopez31 3y agoThis is a favorite in my family. So easy my 4 year old loves to help (I love that we don't end up with flour in our hair). And so good they don't last long. Actually my 4 year old is a picky eater, but when it comes to this recipe she loves it.
nancymaster 3y agoI can't imagine that I did anything wrong but these were not good. Grainy and mushy.. they will probably end up in the garbage