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I added more peanut butter based on the review by DomesticGoddess22. I rolled the dough into balls and then rolled the balls in colored sugar to make them more festive. I added the kisses as soon as I took the cookies out of the oven, let them set a bit and then smoothed the peak down with a knife, that way they stack in my cookie containers much easier (once they have cooled of course) Let the cookies set a bit before moving from the cookie sheet or they will crumble. Even more simple (and IMHO better tasting) use a tube of peanut butter cookie dough.

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whtbxrmom February 01, 2010

Delicious! But I would add more peanut butter next time and I also added 1 tb of vanilla. YUM! Make sure to let them cool, or they crumble VERY easily! LOL THANK YOU for this easy quick cookie recipe!

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DomesticGoddess22 December 08, 2008

I am FAMOUS for these! - Such an easy quick recipe, to do as a drop cookioe or cookie press! You can find this in the Delightful Desserts cookbook, page 12. I do these alot with my children, and in my kids cooking classes. Fancy and delicious. What more could you want?

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its_me_susan January 01, 2007

I was in a rush to make a quick dessert for a last minute Labor Day weekend party. I had sugar cookie dough in the fridge and a run through the sifter found this recipe. I didn't take the time to use the cookie press, and instead just formed balls of the peanut buttery dough and popped them into my mini muffin pan and pushed a chocolate kiss into each one. So simple and a taste-testing winner with everyone. Thanks for the inspiration.

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Ms B. September 05, 2006
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