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Thread: Fastest Peanut Butter Cookies in the Midwest!

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    I love this recipe and its so easy and tastes good too..
    Use: 1 Egg
    1 Cup of Sugar
    1 Cup of Peanut Butter
    Mix the ingredients together and roll them in inch balls thru sugar on a plate then put on a nongreased cookie sheet.Use a fork to make a criss-cross on top..Then bake for about 8 minutes on 350 degrees..When they come out sprinkle just a small pinch of sugar on top and they are done..This recipe makes about 20 cookies..Enjoy!
    Ps.My daughter was in a hurry making things for a get together for Christmas..She called me laughing and telling me she mixed up the ingredients for this recipe..She said"Mom you wont believe this I mixed 1 egg,1 jar of peanut butter and a cup of flour..Im glad I didnt get any of that batch!lol For a change on this recipe you could always add a few chocolate chip morsels to the tops of the cookies for that" Reeces Pieces" taste.

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    Power Poster CarrieAnne's Avatar
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    Wow, sounds so quick and easy. Thanks!

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    Have to try this one! The grandkids could make them, and I could even let the little guy in on the fun. He felt left out when his sis was making the cocoa drops. I just couldn't let him stir that hot mixture. Have you ever tried having two little ones on chairs at a hot stove at the same time? this grandma is too nervous for that!!LOL

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    What ... NO FLOUR????? How does it 'stay' together?

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    I'm making cookies today and will give it a try - thanks.

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    Sounds good. Yes I have had two little ones on chairs helping me cook at the same time. I pay more attention to them than the recipe.

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    Thanks for the reminder to make some of these cookies. This was one of my daughters favorite to make cookies when they were younger, and with only 3 ingredients was very easy to remember and to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltinghere
    What ... NO FLOUR????? How does it 'stay' together?
    The egg acts as the binding agent :D

    Thank you for sharing this with us :D:D:D

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    Great fast recipe. Thanks.

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    Warning: these are ADDICTIVE!!!!!!

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