4 Reviews

These were awesome! The only thing I did was add maybe 1/2 tsp. vegetable oil when mixing the sugar and peanut butter to prevent them turning out too dry.

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chefGIR November 02, 2008

I love peanut butter!!! I also love making low fat healthier baked goods. I now have another recipe to add to my pile. These are scrumptious peanut buttery bars with a hint of chocolate. Because of the previous review I added about 2 tbsp of milk. I didn't have any problem with dryness what so ever. I also decreased the sugar to 2/3cup for personal preference. Thanks for a great recipe!! EDITED TO ADD: I have made these bars several times since I first reviewed them in July. I must say these are definitely my favorite low-fat peanut butter bars. I find them moist (even without the milk) and extremely delicious. In the many times I have made them they have never been dry. A must try in my opinion.

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LUv 2 BaKE December 27, 2005

These were not the best bars i have ever had. I put milk in them as per a recent review and they were still really chaulky.

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Fitzjam July 10, 2005

These were ok. The texture is a little dry for me, and 25 minutes would have burnt them in my oven. They were well done after 20 minutes. Next time I will cut the flour a little (1/2 cup maybe?) Good flavor, though. Thanks!

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Blanket Girl June 14, 2005
Dr. Cookie Peanut Butter Squares