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Delicious! I shaped them to look like actual cookies and made a chocolate glaze with semi-sweet chocolate chips, butter and corn syrup to top them. Loved this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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Roxanne J.R. February 01, 2011

Very good and easy to make. I took a suggestion and drizzled mine with melted chocolate bark and it was delicious. Thanks, again, Marg!

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4QTpies July 07, 2009

Yummie!!! These would be really good to throw in a cooler and take fishing or camping with you! I added 1/2 tsp Cinnamon to mine, as I am a cinnamon nut! Almond Bark also works very well as a coating, but we had ours without any coating at all! Thanks for the great post!

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PeNutButerPudge March 11, 2009

These were very good! The texture of the graham cracker crumbs with the peanut butter is great! I halved the recipe without any issues.

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Kate Plate September 28, 2008

LOVE IT...JUST LOVE IT! Was able to make this with my 3yr. old g-dauhter helping to make balls and roll in sprinkles. Too sweet for my taste, but her older siblings were crazy about them. She strutted about like a proud peacock! Thanks for a fun time for me!

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Happy Harry #2 March 14, 2005

My sister breezed through town and when she left we had 5 opened jars of peanut butter. In an effort to use them all up my 8 year old son and I made these cookies. They were easy enough for him to do by himself and very good. He took them to school to share with his classmates the next day.

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mary winecoff August 31, 2004
Peanut Butter Graham Cookies