9 Reviews

Made it the first time a written! Great cookies. EASY!!
The second time I used almond butter, 1/2 SPLENDA and 1/2 SPLENDA brown sugar with Egg Beaters. Delicious! I did this because my husband has had gastric by-pass and I was trying recipes that could be altered for him. THIS IS A Winner!! Thanks

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Shawna Landers September 04, 2010

I love this recipe and have been using it for years. I always like to unwrap peanut butter cups and press them upside down into the cookies right when i pull them out. It give the cookies a delicious addition to the regular chocolate chip or kiss

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Cookingbaby February 28, 2010

when i attempted to make this recipe as a fast solution instead of longer recipes, i found that after 6 minutes it had turned into almost a complete liquid, so i waited until 8 minutes and it was still a liquid not a cookie. well to say the least i never ended up with an actual cookie, i left it out on a pan to cool and hopfully turn to a semi-cookie and it hardened but still nobody in the household ate them, im still considering i made it wrong

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larissa5 September 19, 2009

Super easy and fun to make with my DD! These are delicious cookies that turned out just perfectly. I'll use this recipe often, thanks for posting! Made for Aussie Swap :)

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~Leslie~ April 04, 2009

These are really good and easy too. I made them with and without chocolate chips - semi sweet. I like them both ways. The without is a tiny bit better because it's like a peanut butter fudge cookie!

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Sue20 March 15, 2009

no stars here because i added so much. i added 1.5 c fresh medium unsweetened coconut, almost 1 c mixture of sugars ( processed organic white and unprocessed organic brown) some spices (including vanilla extract that i will never get again), etc. and i've put a lot of the dough in the freezer because for as small as my refrigerator/freezer is, my oven is even smaller. this is soooooooo good - much better than usual processed cookies! i'm learning how to bake again (after so long of not doing how to do anything but sleeping and working). i am not a baker - but i think 81 year old mum might need to learn how to make these. they're excellent! thank you for posting!

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ejmatl December 28, 2008

I've made these cookies I don't know how many times and I love them. A real life-saver when I've been low on ingedients. I usually will add a touch of vanilla as well and I do like to add the chips if I have them.

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Charmed December 01, 2008

Easy to make and really tasty! I tried honey instead of sugar (half cup only) and it turned out great. Just what I was looking for!! Thanks :-)

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Mia in Germany October 31, 2008
3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies