These were so good! I used creamy peanut butter. I found the dough was firm enough to cut after freezing for 30 minutes instead of chilling in the refrigerator for hours. Pressing two chopsticks on each side of the dough makes it easy to shape it into a sandwich bread. So fun to make and they were delicious!
These were fabulous! I made them for my daughter class. She loved making them and they tasted great. They were too cute!! I did find that working with chilled dough was very important for keeping the "bread loaf" shape.
Whay a fantastic, fun cookie! My DD and I made these yesterday, and she had so much fun. We filled some with chocolate icing, as not all in our family like jam, and they were great. Mine shaped very nicely, and I used creamy peanut butter as it was on hand. I did find that mine were fully cooked after 6 and a half minutes, so I would suggest keeping a close eye on them! (My first pan got a little over done) Thanks so much for sharing such a fun recipe!
These are so cute! I did have a little troubel with the dough, as it didn't seem to want to stay together enough to roll and slice. I did use smooth instead of chunky peanut butter so I wonder if that was the problem. I rolled out the dough and cut it with a rectangular cookie cutter and then shaped it to look like bread. It was so hard not to just eat the dough raw, as it is so good! I spread grape jelly on one side and peanut butter on the other and it really did look like a sandwich! My daughter Kiandra snatched a cookie off the plate I was photograhing and devoured it! Yummy!