Peanut Butter Cookies
A warm peanut butter cookie and a tall glass of ice-cold milk. If that image gets your mouth watering, try recipes such as Candy Bar Peanut Butter Cookies and, of course, Classic Peanut Butter Cookies.
You can store these fudgy brownies for up to three days. Place them in a tightly covered container to keep them from drying out. (See the photograph on page 42.)
Who was the clever cook who figured out how to make peanut butter cookies? Well, the chain of events goes something like this: in the early 1900s, an Alabama scientist named George Washington Carver tried to convince Southern farmers that peanut plants were a good replacement for the dying cotton crops, and to prove how versatile the peanut could be, created many recipes using chopped peanuts as an ingredient...cookies among them. Then came the commercial invention of peanut butter in the 1920s, and shortly after that baking companies such as Pillsbury began publishing recipes for peanut butter ball cookies. A star was born.
These chocolate cookies have peanut butter stuffed inside. Yum!
These crisp phyllo packets filled with tender brownie, fudgy ganache, and creamy peanut butter are an incredible way to wrap up a Christmas meal.
Conceal caramel nougat candy in these kid-pleasing treats. If miniature candy bars aren't available, cut regular-size bars in 1-inch squares.
You can never have too much of a good thing. Here, three popular drop cookie recipes are stirred into one, with amazing results!
Peanuts and chocolate are a most favored special treat. Cookie lovers of all ages will adore these candy- and peanut-studded delights.
With a nutritious combination of peanut butter, oats, and raisins, these cookies are an ideal option for breakfast on the go.
Peanut butter and chocolate meet (just as they should) in these rich bar cookies.
There's nothing quite like a homemade peanut butter cookie, and this classic recipe lives up to the hype. Crisp on the outside and chewy inside with a dusting of granulated sugar on top, these easy-to-make cookies hit the spot.
The simple combination of savory but sweet peanut butter incorporated into a smooth, buttery dough gives this cookie its signature nutty flavor.
Looking for a delectable treat to satisfy your sweet tooth? While chocolate chip and sugar cookies are common go-to recipes for quenching those sugary cravings, if you long for something unexpected, why not learn how to make chocolate cookies? These lesser-known delights are perfect for chocoholics--though don't say we didn't warn you about how addictive they are.