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i thought they were good but they just didnt have enough peanut butter in them for my family's taste, so next time i make these i will probably double the peanut butter. but i did like the idea of the sugared fork that Marla posted. it made them a little sweeter. thanks for posting this, i will be making more. :)
Very good. I had to lower the temp to 350 and move the rack to the highest position because they kept burning on the bottom. But once I got that figured out....they were great!
Really great cookie. My daughter asked for peanut butter cookies, and the one I usually make calls for shortening. So, I searched here for one made with butter. This cookie fit the bill, chewy, slightly crunchy around the edge. I immediately made a double batch, but almost wished I would have made a quadruple batch to put away in the freezer.
These cookies took longer to bake than the did to make. So quick and easy, EXCELLENT results! I put em in for 9-10 minutes, but we like them chewy over here. Great recipe!
So delicious it's sinful. I would definitely make this for any enemy on a diet.
This recipe is so easy! It took no time at all to whip them together and we had fresh baked cookies on a rainy afternoon! Best of all, it was simple enough that my son did most of it himself!
This is a great recipe! I just made some, however, I used 1 cup of peanut butter. The cookies came out soooo good.
Let's give credit where credit is due! This is the recipe in my Betty Crocker cookbook that I received in 1977 and is the best ever peanut butter cookie recipe!!
Great recipe! The taste is just right! We can't stop eating them! I baked them at 350 degrees for 10 min.
Yummy! Changed it up a bit, 1 1/2 cups flour, less white sugar but added some (just a little) skor bits to it. I used a toaster convection oven and 9 cookies took 6 minutes, perfectly done, crispy edges, soft inside. Thanks for an excellent recipe!