Excellent. Great tasting and easy to make. I added about 1/2 cup extra flour because the dough seemed really moist (I used light spelt flour -- that may have made the difference).
These are DELICIOUS. I was impressed with the taste and texture with so few ingredients, and no refined sugars, to boot! I halved the recipe but still ended up with 20 pretty large cookies - they spread out more than I had expected and would probably make 24 or even 30 smaller ones with the same amount of batter next time. I also found that folding the chocolate chips in immediately caused them to start to melt into the batter because of the warmth of the melter peanut butter, though I had to heat my PB on the stove (no microwave), which may have made it warmer. Will definitely make again!
Awesome cookies! I only used a cup of chocolate chips and they turned out fabulous. I will definitely be making these again! :-)
Outstanding! Made it as stated, except for the microwave part. I don't use the microwave. When you use natural peanut butter there is no need to heat it up.
A keeper, for sure. As I'm not a vegan & maple syrup is so expensive, I substituted the syrup with 1 c. brown sugar, 1 egg, and 1/3 c. oil.
Absolutely, the best cookies I have EVER tasted....YUM
Excellent Recipe! So quick and easy. I used freshly peanut butter, organic maple syrup and cut up a dark chocolate bar I had in the cupboard.
OMG! I never knew spelt cookies could be so delicious! I followed the recipe to the T, and it turned out great, Extra peanuty, chocolaty, and yummy! (I'll admit, did add a bit more chocolate chips) Thanks Anisetta for posting this recipe. I was just told that I cannot have wheat and sugar, so this recipe is a real lifesaver!
These cookies are absolutely amazing! They only too 8 minutes in my oven. The first batch I put in burnt after 10 minutes. Thanks for such a wonderful recipe, they made a great gift!