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Thread: Fastest Peanut Butter Cookies in the Midwest!

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    Give it a try Debbie the egg makes it stick together...lol

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    OH!!! I make this all the time.DH loves Peanut Butter Cookies

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    WOW...These are soooooo goooood !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I just made a batch ......DH who doesn't really love peanut butter cookies even said they are GOOD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Thanks for the recipe......
    bopeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanabquilter
    take this recipe and double it. Put half in the bottom of the a pan. Then add a mixture of one 8 ounces of softened cream cheese, 1/2 c. sugar and 1 eggs. Beat til creamy and place over cookie dough. Then take the rest of your cookie dough and crumble it over cheese mixture bake at 350 for 35 to 40 min. let cool for 30 min. then cut into squares. My daugthers mother-law made these with the peanut butter recipes. They melt right in your mouth
    Drooling here! I have made these cookies with just about every kind of add in; peanuts, m&ms, raisins, but this version looks absolutely delish!

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    OK, I gained 5 pounds reading this thread.

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    Im glad you like the recipe,I dont have alot of time to cook so I try very easy recipes..My best friend is the real baker..I have to stay clear not to gain losts of pounds during the holidays..lol

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    These are pretty good....Paula Deen has this recipe on her site....I've made these when I was "low-carbing"....

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    I was going to google this recipe and here it is. I used to make this all the time but lost it years ago. Thank You

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    and one tsp vanilla. My favorite

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    Quote Originally Posted by clem55
    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
    Yes, but the memories it brings with 4 at the stove for me.

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    Sounds good

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    Yes we have to be so carefull with the hot stuff on the stove...I hope you have fun with them and the cookies..

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    I havent tried the vanilla with it..thanks for the idea!

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    Your welcome!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prairie Chick
    I'm on a low carb diet right now - but this is going in my recipe book anyway! :wink:

    Thanks for the Recipe! :thumbup:
    Just use the Splenda! I got the recipe (with Splenda) from Paula Deen.

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