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WOW!! These cookies are great! I baked a batch while I was waiting for supper to be ready to put on and filled them after we ate. Just so fast and so tasty. Another Mirjam Dorn 5-Star winner! Thanks so much for sharing. Laudee C.

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Laudee September 05, 2002

very good and fun to make. my brother said that these were way better than regular nutter butters. the only change i had was that i had to add a little milk to the filling to help the powdered sugar and p.b. incorporate. i'm going to make them again this weekend for my other brother's birthday. thanks.

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gwenrk September 10, 2002

Really tasty cookie. I also had to add milk to the filling in order to make a frosting-type consistency. I found the quickest way to flatten the cookies was to just put all of the rolled balls on the sheet and then use 2 fingers to flatten them. A very 5-star deserving cookie.

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Marie Nixon May 27, 2003

These taste like the real thing however I think next time I will not let them bake as long. These became hard. However I will make them again!

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JustaQT May 19, 2003

My little brother loved these cookies. I used Oreo cookie crumbs for the filling; I'll use graham crackers next time. I doubled the recipe and made 24 cookies.

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Menta August 15, 2011

Great cookies! Tastes even better than Nutter Butters. As a note, I was not able to make 24 cookie sandwiches even though I made what I thought were very small cookies. If you want larger cookies or need at least 2 dozen cookie sandwiches, I would suggest increasing the recipe by half.

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matthewucsd May 08, 2011

Hands down the best Peanut Butter Cookie I have ever had! I am not a PB cookie fan, but my boys are....DH loved them. I used the bottom of a tumbler to flatten the cookies. I dipped it in a bowl of water to keep them from sticking and had to make sure that I removed them from the baking sheet a minute after they came from the oven to keep them from sticking. I ended up with a lot of broken cookies, but they are scruptious without the filling so I don't mind. Thank you for sharing. This will definitely make it into my cookie repetoire.

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TXmamacooks April 19, 2009

These were actually better than any peanut butter cookie I ever had including the Nutter Butter -- your able to double up on the filling ; ) But, I did modify the filling on the 2nd batch. I mixed 3 T milk, PB, and sugar and mixed by hand. I also flattened the cookies by doing the typical criss cross shape patterns with a fork which makes them look prettier than just flattening. Otherwise, this is a fabulous recipe -- 5 star with the modifications and my crew ate 4 dozen in one night!

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bpurdom December 21, 2007

These were great! I forgot to press them down before baking so they turned out soft and fluffy, but they are still delicious! Like others, I had to add a few tablespoons of milk to the filling to get it to come together, but they really hit the spot!

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Wildflower5656 November 14, 2007
Nutter Butter Cookies