Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 20 min.
I forgot about these! A friend gave me this recipe back in the 80's. I made them into a ball and pressed a chocolate kiss in the middle. I guess that makes it 4 ingredients!
I've made two batches so far and they turned out great. I like the fact it makes a small batch. The first batch I used the vanilla extract and salt as someone recommended. The vanilla is fine but I would not put salt on them. Other than that I followed the recipe. they did not burn as someone else said. maybe oven is too hot and needs to be checked.
Have made these several times, a favorite for my family! My son won a blue ribbon for these at the county fair last year!
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I have made these many times always hoping for a better result. They are always slightly greasy and have strange consistency. Help!
My husband has Celiac disease and I make these frequently. I add a pinch of salt and a teaspoon of pure vanilla extract to enhance the flavor.
Super easy and delicious! I'm not a baker, so was looking for something easy. I added some vanilla extract (as some other reviewers suggested) and they turned out great. I don't have a cookie scoop, so I just used a regular old tablespoon. As a result, I ended up with only about a baker's dozen (instead of 2 dozen). These larger cookies did take about 16 - 18 minutes to bake in my oven at 350. I followed another reviewers recommendation to refrigerate the dough before rolling it into balls and that made them easy to work with (not sticky). I will be making these again ... next time I might try them with added chocolate chips, or sprinkled with sea salt (as recommended by other reviewers).
Your recipe says 18 minutes and my cookies burned more likely 10 minutes the next time you need to change how many minutes
I’ve been making theses for years. They are delicious and so easy to make.
Great cookie and so easy to make. A favorite at our house!