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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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    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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    These are great! Very rich! My mom has been making them since I was little. Ive tried other peanut butter cookies and none of them add up to this one. We add choc chips to ours sometimes. And so easy! Yummy!

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    these melt in your mouth. You can also use Splenda in place of the sugar

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltinghere
    What ... NO FLOUR????? How does it 'stay' together?
    seems impossible

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    I'm on a low carb diet right now - but this is going in my recipe book anyway! :wink:

    Thanks for the Recipe! :thumbup:

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    Don't you have to use flour? sugar and peanut butter won't it just melt

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    sounds yummy, thank you

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    The sugar holds it together as well as the egg...

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    Thanks!

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    Thanks for this recipe I had forgot all about this one as I use to make them for my kiddo's :-D :-D :thumbup:

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    guess I'll have to give it a try

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    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

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    I have madae these cookies several times and they are
    definitely GOOD. Only I double the recipe.
    :) :)

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    I have been using this recipe for years. Now I will try adding your recipe to it. Thank you.
    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

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    I make these for my sister every year because she has celiac disease and has to avoid gluten. Even peolpe who don't have that problem love these. You might want to "advertise" these as Gluten Free. :-)

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    Tried this recipe and my husband loves it. Its now at the top of his request list.Thanks for sharing

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