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Chocolate-Piped Peanut Butter Cookies

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The combination of chocolate and peanut butter makes these cookies irresistible.

Source: Martha Stewart Living Special Issues 2001
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  • MS10702140
    30 DEC, 2011
    Yes, delicious, and you can also just swirl melted chocolate over the top of the cookie with a fork. Martha Stewart is 'Martha Stewart' , not fast easy breezy 30 minute, cut the corners, start with a pre-made dough, etc recipes to save time for ? That is why she outshines the rest.
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  • CAJ
    7 DEC, 2010
    Delicious! Actually, because my patience is so thin, I dipped my cookies in the chocolate 1/2 way and let them dry on a rack over a cookie sheet. Very yummy.
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  • CucinaClara
    7 DEC, 2010
    Seriously? Pipe the chocolate into the marks left by the fork? Who has that much patience? Or hand control? Or time? What world does Martha's crew live in? Surely not mine!
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  • fionabug
    22 JAN, 2009
    These cookies are good and have a nice deocorative look to them....but they are time consuming.
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  • cwyc
    12 JAN, 2009
    I made these with all natural peanut butter (100% peanuts, no additives). What I found was that the cookies came out too dry and crumbly. After some thought, I wondered if it was because I used 100% peanut butter as opposed to commercial/supermarket peanut butter that contains addivitives such as hydrogenated vegetable oils and sugar, etc. The recipe may have been designed with the addition of commercial peanut butter (containing vegetable oil), so as not be so crumbly. Thoughts?
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  • cwyc
    12 JAN, 2009
    I made these with all natural peanut butter (100% peanuts, no additives). What I found was that the cookies came out too dry and crumbly. After some thought, I wondered if it was because I used 100% peanut butter as opposed to commercial/supermarket peanut butter that contains addivitives such as hydrogenated vegetable oils and sugar, etc. The recipe may have been designed with the addition of commercial peanut butter (containing vegetable oil), so as not be so crumbly. Thoughts?
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  • humbie
    15 NOV, 2008
    I'm not a peanut butter cookie fan but these are the best cookies. There is not an over powering taste of peanut butter. Great cookies everyone should try them. A in my family book. We love them. Thanks again Martha.
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