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This recipe ROCKS!I love the old fahioned cookies and my family did too!I didn't have the pb chips so I used 3 cups of peanut butter instead and chocolate chips!!AND YUM!It produced a decent amount of cookies and the cook time was right on as well about 15 mins per batch.All this coming from a girl who doesn't bake...lol!Well I found a new talent and I do believe I will be making these every year from now on!Thanks for the great recipe!!!!!HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
I have never been a big fan of peanut butter cookies. I made these for my boyfriend and I. I ended eating up most of them. I couldn't stop eating them. They were very addicting. I did use the tip and added a 1/4 cup more of peanut butter. Inormally putt my cookies in something so not to lose the moisture but with these there was no need. The sat out for a few days and were as moist and yummy as when i took then off thebaking sheet. Great recipe. I will be making these again.
Really good tender and crumbly and slightly chewy. I used 1 C whole wheat pastry flour and mostly white flour with a little molasses as I had run out of brown sugar. I split the batch and added peanut chips to one half and chocolate chips to the other.
These cookies were delicious! I did change it a little by using less peanut butter chips (about 1.5 cups) and after the cookies had cooled I melted some chocolate and paraffin wax in a double boiler and drizzled it on top. Everyone loved them!
I loved this recipe. I did a few things differently so I gave it 4 stars since I can't rate something I didn't follow to a tee. I LOVE PB so I added almost a full cup of unsalted chopped peanuts and used only 1 1/2 cups of the PB chips. I also added about 1/4 cup of honey. I wish I tried more because I couldn't really taste it. Even after that it was not too sweet which is the way I like them. I also prefer the lower cooking time - about 12 minutes. I did not feel the batter was crumbly but didn't care because I did not want to bother with shaping them and doing the criss-cross. I used an ice cream scoop only smooshed them down a tiny bit and I love how they retained their height and irregular shape that way. Absolutely my favorite PB cookies so far.