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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.

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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!

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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.

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Diana #2 November 16, 2008

This was easy to follow and my wife and my little girl were pretty happy with the result as well. I will be making them again.

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NikonKevin March 12, 2013

Well this certainly is a quick and easy wee recipe. Who would have thought 3 ingredients could turn into such awesome cookies. Peanut butter, sugar and an egg: I've always got these ingredients on hand and I especially like that they are so quick to mix. A real keeper of a recipe. Made for PAC Fall 2012.

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Kiwi Kathy October 19, 2012

JUST made them, i baked them for seventeen min. they were AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!

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cupcakelove999 December 16, 2011

These do taste like a genuine peanut butter cookie, but it seems to me to be more expensive than one with flour. I would definitely try this with almond butter, as peanut butter seems to not agree with me anymore (even organic). Great choice for people avoiding gluten, though!

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annlouise December 09, 2011

Diana #2 sent these to me as part of the 2008 Cookie Swap. I'm a lucky girl! I can't believe that 3 ingredients can make such a terrific cookie.

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Az B December 06, 2008

I've been making this for a few years and it's the best and easiest peanut butter cookie recipe!

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rylly December 03, 2008

Great recipe but I used a cup of sugar!

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Cashvilleangel February 10, 2008
Easy Peanut Butter Cookies