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Flying Saucer Cookies

A great giant "party cookie" or smaller everyday cookie. Try different types of M & M's or Reese's Pieces. A wonderful, chewy oaty-peanutty treat! (or omit candies for a "healthier" cookie!)

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directions

  • Beat together the butter, peanut butter and sugars.
  • Add soda, then all other ingredients except candies.
  • To make 4 1/2 inch round jumbo cookies, drop dough by 1/3 cup measure at least 3 inches apart on cookie sheet.
  • Bake at 350* for 18-20 minutes, until VERY lightly browned.
  • Immediately press candies on top of cookies.
  • For GIANT flying saucers, line two 12-13 inch pizza pans with foil.
  • Spread cookie dough within an inch of edge of pan.
  • Bake at 325* for 30-35 minutes or until LIGHLY browned.
  • The center make appear underdone, but do not overbake.
  • Add candies to cookie when removed from oven.
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"A great giant "party cookie" or smaller everyday cookie. Try different types of M & M's or Reese's Pieces. A wonderful, chewy oaty-peanutty treat! (or omit candies for a "healthier" cookie!)"
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  1. katew
    There is nothing to say but fabulous !!
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  2. Susan Lee
    A great giant "party cookie" or smaller everyday cookie. Try different types of M & M's or Reese's Pieces. A wonderful, chewy oaty-peanutty treat! (or omit candies for a "healthier" cookie!)
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