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Easy Peanut Butter Cookies

Recipe photo courtesy of Con Poulos

These light, flourless cookies, from TV chef Nikki Elkins, are made with everyday ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, February 2012
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  • lovinlifejbgm
    18 OCT, 2015
    These have just become our fav peanut butter cookie recipe. Even my son loves these and he has never cared for peanut butter. For me, the difference between 11 minutes and 12 was huge so, watch your time.
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  • gozzilynn
    14 JUL, 2014
    Awesome recipe! No dairy, no gluten. Super yummy. My kids love them. Be sure to space them well on the pan. They puff quite a bit.
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  • Eggkid1st
    12 JUN, 2014
    This biscuits were delicious, although a little greasy. I used a mix of chunky and smooth peanut butter and the chunky one definitely makes these morsels 100 times better!
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  • JodieAnne A
    11 JAN, 2014
    Wow! No flour?! No problem! This recipe cooked up like a dream. Although the batter seems greasy, I assure you that once cooked, it is light and fluffy yet somehow chewy. Very good once cooled. I added a few chocolate chips and wasn't disappointed.
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  • ashleighleach
    28 APR, 2013
    I chose this recipe because it didn't require baking powder (I ran out earlier....) but then I realized it didn't require any flour. I made the recipe as it instructed to but the batter was so greasy looking! I added about 1/4 cup of Bobs Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose Flour hoping it would absorb some of the mysterious oil / grease. It didn't help. After they came out of the oven I was terrified they would fall apart. I let them cool and WOW!!!!! These are the best Peanut Butter cookies ever!
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  • IgnusClarum
    7 JUL, 2012
    The most simple and quick cookie recipe ever. I ran out of Peanut Butter, so I used about 1/3 of a cup of Nutella and 2/3 of a cup of Peanut Butter instead. The Nutella overpowers the PB, but they are delicious! Be careful, they expanded into giant cookies in the oven. Boyfriend says these are now his favorites.
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  • MS112627910
    28 MAR, 2012
    I used pistachio butter, egg whites and coconut sugar and am certain stevia or xylitol would work and to sweeten a bit more I added a teaspoon of fruit juice sweetened fig jam - excellent! I served with fresh strawberries and coconut cream...oh, so yummy!
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  • lapms
    11 MAR, 2012
    I'm making these and it just doesn't look right. Where's the flour? The dough looks like I might get about 10 cookies. I'm adding flour.
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  • pattidamon
    25 FEB, 2012
    So very easy ... SO VERY GOOD! Thank you for sharing this one....
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  • SuzeButton
    24 FEB, 2012
    Thanks for the simple and delish recipe! The cookies mix up in five minutes and I had everything on hand easily! They are just sweet and yummy! Susan Hahaj
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