Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

This recipe is from the side of a Kraft Peanut Butter jar. It's super easy and perfect for people who can't eat gluten. Substitute Splenda granular for sugar for a lower calorie version. I use the reduced fat peanut butter.


  1. Preheat ovet to 325. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Roll dough into 24 balls and place on ungreased cookie sheet about 2 inches apart. Press down with fork. Bake until very lightly browned (about 15 minutes).
  2. To make them a little more special, when they come out of the oven drizzle cookies with honey or make a well in the middle of the cookies with your finger and fill with you favorite jam!
Most Helpful

I think this was fantastic! I said to my husband there was no way that few ingredients would create a cookie! Boy was I wrong. I used the exact recipe for the first batch and played a little with the second. I used half regular and half brown sugar and topped some with choc. chips and others with jam. The brown sugar really added a great molasses, almost gingerbread quality to it. All of them were great, the original recipe and the additions I did with the second batch. Plus I love telling people what little is in it! I will definitely remember this for any gluten allergies I come across. I made these for a neighbor who has brought me terrific food everyday since we moved in last week, I wanted to be safe and use the gluten free recipe. She was impressed and also asked for the recipe. Plus I like that I always have the ingredients on hand.

anitaTaco May 21, 2011

Very good cookies. I used both natural and regular smooth peanut butter. I baked them for the full 15 minutes and they came out a bit overdone (but not burnt). They were delicious anyways, and next time i'll put them in for 12 minutes instead. Thanks for the easy recipe!

haven't the slightest April 02, 2011

Terrific and so fast. I used 1-1/2 tsp of dough to get the 24 balls. I pressed them with a glass dipped in sugar than scored with a fork. So very tasty too.

Diana #2 November 16, 2008

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