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I chose this recipe because I needed to make cookies to take to a party and I didn't have any butter. I was surprised this recipe didn't call for flour, but they mixed up very quickly. I have other recipes I like better than this one, but when I took them to my party, the girls ate them all and 2 people asked for the recipe so I had to go with 5 stars!
These are very easy to make! I was intrigued by the title, and just had to make them. I did not use choc. chips, but did add 1/4 tsp. of cinnamon. I also chose to sandwich some marshmallow creme between the dough. Yum! Thanks for posting, pinkie!
I wish I could give these more than 5 stars! They are so easy to make and they taste incredible! I get RAVE reviews every time I make them! Thanks for a great recipe!
I was just about to post this exact recipe I had clipped from a coupon flier a few years ago. This one is from Skippy peanut butter and it's the same right down to the instructions. These are very very good cookies. They are a bit on the sweet side, but I prefer PB cookies sweet. Thanks Pinkie
These are very fast to make but a bit sweet. Next time I will reduce the sugar just a little. Thanks for the recipe
Great! The tip about leaving it on the pan for 5 mins. really helped. Very fast to make.
I loved these! They tasted great, and were really moist. From now on this is the only PB cookie I'll make. It is soooo good and sooo easy! I agree to not flatten at all on the cookie sheet because they flatten out on their own, and turn out looking great! Why use those longer ingrediant list recipes, that don't taste as peanut buttery?
These were sooooo easy and sooooo good. My husband even compared them to his Grandma's peanut butter cookies. I can't believe they taste so good with only 5 ingredients. Thanks pinkie.
Oh so good!!! Like a cross between a cookie and a fudge. I only got 24 cookies, but I think I made them a little on the large size. This was very easy!!!!
VERY GOOD! These are the most moist pb cookies I have ever had. My kids went crazy for them (and my daughter isn't such a pb fan.) I rolled the dough into balls, which I would recommend, as they flattened out quite a bit in cooking. Great recipe.