Recipe by SB6
My precious granddaughter has to have wheatfree, flourfree foods. Her birthday is always a problem because I have tried several recipes for cakes & cupcakes but the taste is always terrible. I made these last year for her birthday. Unfortunately I only made one recipe. Everyone there thought they were delicious.
Top Review by HokiesMom
These are great cookies! I was quite surprised that they stayed together into nice round cookies. They do not spread at all and crinkle a bit around the edges. I received 2 dozen small cookies by rolling them into walnut sized balls. Very quick to put together. Because they don't spread you can place a good amount on the baking sheet. Made for your 2009 Week 8 Football Pool win!
Directions See How It's Made
- Preheat oven to 350@.
- Cream peanut butter & sugar in a bowl. beat in the baking powder, add the egg. Mix well until well combined.
- The dough will be sticky- roll some dough into a ball- the smaller the cookies the better they are- roll ball in white sugar.
- Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper, place balls on sheet.
- Bake for 10 minutes- should feel coherent & a little soft- Take sheet out & let rest at least 5 minutes, carefully transfer to wire rack. Should be hardened in 10 minutes.