Peanut Butter Cookies - 3 Ingredients!
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- Set oven to 350.
- Stir ingredients until smooth.
- Roll into balls then press down w/ fork & then press again in opposite direction, to make criss-cross pattern.
- Bake approximately 12 minutes, then let cool on tray 1-2 minutes before moving to cooling rack.
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I saw WJKing's Recipe and decided to try it, using what I had on hand. I started by emptying a 1 lb jar of Natural Peanut Butter into a large mixing bowl. And added 4 T.of powdered eggs and 4T of whipping cream, a double dash of sea salt and 1 cup of white sugar and mixed all with an electrichandmixer. Because I bake for my two teenaged grandsons, Ineeded to increase the volume of the dough. So, I added 1 cup of of sifted all purpose flour and mixed the dough thoroughly. Next, I formed into balls and placed on an uncreated cookie sheet and indented the top I of each ball with a fork , in a crisis-cross pattern and baked at 350 F oven. Since the boys love chocolate, I made ganache to go on top. ( I made this about an hour prior to baking the cookies.) Again, using what I had on hand. For the ganache I placed a double boiler on a burner on med low heat and added about 2 cups of water. In a mixing bowl I a 14 ounce can of sweetened condensed milk, 3/4 cup cocoa, a dash of salt, and having no butter, 1/4 c whipping cream and whisked well.i then poured this into the top pot of the double boiler and cooked, whisking frequently for about 45 minutes. And when the ganache looked a bit shiny I removed from heat and let stand. When the cookies were cooled, I began to scoop the ganache by teaspoonful onto thetopsof the cookies, by this time it was already quite thick and so I had to use 2 teaspoons working back and forth to get it onto the top of the cookie. I then spread the ganache evenly around the cookie . Dh, my taste tester, said the cookies were good, and he HATES peanut butter cookies. Thanks for sharing!Reply