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I increased the quantities and made 10 dozen. This is a wonderful recipe. I went ahead and rolled all the dough into balls and froze. Whenever we need more, I thaw the dough on the pan, then bake. There wasn't a photo available so I added the one at the top.

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jenneeo April 03, 2013

I got 32 cookies of different size (3-4 inches) from this recipe - just covering the 'estimated guess' part. I used dark brown sugar and store-brand peanut butter. I'm not sure why Jiff is called for, as this recipe made an amazingly soft, peanutty-tasting cookie. The only caveat with this is to be really careful if you're going to give any to coworkers or friends/ family: I wrapped a half dozen for someone and ended up with 3 whole cookies, and a LOT of crumbs. They're that soft. Excellent though!

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Bill Gary June 19, 2010

Yummy! I had to add a little extra flour but the outcome was exactly as described - soft and chewy. I think I prefer a richer, more peanutty cookie, but these were delicious nonetheless.

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Andrea in Canada March 13, 2005

I chose this recipe based on the previous review and the fact that it didn't require more than a stick of butter, since that was all I had left. Very soft texture. Both my kids liked, even my daughter who does not normally like peanut butter cookies! Even though I like my own recipe that has a denser chewy texture, I will make these again, since my kids enjoyed them so. Thanks for getting the recipe from your co-worker! Roxygirl in Colo.

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Roxygirl in Colorado January 16, 2005

Awesome cookies! very soft. i will make these again!

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dreaw81 March 25, 2010

These were excellent. BUT, I did use xylitol to make my home made brown sugar. Also, I did not roll the cookies in sugar as xylitol melts and would not Stay grandular like regular sugar. Also , I only use real peanut butter. Other then that I did everything the same. Results, a perfect cookie. If you have not heard of xylitol, research it, you will be surprised there is a sugar out there that is actually good for you! Even for people with diabeties!! This is my all new peanut butter cookie recipe! Thanks so much for the recipe.

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michEgan December 13, 2005

Great Recipe!! My 14 year old son just came through the house and grabbed one. He came back and said, "I need some milk and a few more cookies before I finish mowing the lawn. These are excellent!!" I agree with his assessment. So glad they made you chef of the day so that I found this recipe.

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Trisha W May 22, 2004
The Best Peanut Butter Cookies In The World!