- 1 cup peanut butter (crunchy or creamy)
- 3/4 cup sugar (plus extra for dipping if desired)
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract (optional)
|Calories550Calories from Fat310|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat310|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Hi Drea 3 days ago
Great! Needed 16 minutes in the oven
T & D 7 days ago
Yummy!! And simple...would make again.
Shelby 10 days ago
Super easy, done within minutes. Soft and good flavor!
dawn hamilton a month ago
Just waiting to eat them
Cb 2 months ago
This is a great recipe. But is there any way that you could include the recipe on this page, instead of putting it on a different one? Otherwise, these cookies are amazing!!
Alicia Gedeon-Mullins 2 months ago
Easy to make! Husband is gluten sensitive and these are perfect for him.
Weston Broome 3 months ago
Melt in your mouth! And so easy to make!
Candice 3 months ago
These turned out great! So yummy and so easy/quick to make.
Lisa Garner 3 months ago
excellent, a for sure go to for a quick yummy cookie.
Heather 3 months ago
It is one of my favorites!!!
Mirren 3 months ago
They were sooo delicious! The only bad thing is that I recommended freezing the dough for 5 or 10 minutes because they are a bit to soft when you first make them. I definitely recommend making these otherwise.
Norma Nelson 3 months ago
Turned out great love the fresh peanut flavor
Word 3 months ago
great we injoyed them all n 1 setting. Thanks🤗
Elizabeth Schaadt 3 months ago
So good! Kids loved them! And my husband who ate about half. Had a hard time rolling them into balls, so we popped them in the fridge for a couple min and it was much easier to roll. We will definitely be using this easy and quick recipe again!
Lucy 3 months ago
super peanut buttery and easy to make
Mark Hurley 4 months ago
Cookies were ate in 30 mins!
Holly 4 months ago
We used PB2 instead of regular peanut butter, but mixed correctly it seems like it shouldn't have made a difference. I don't know if it's because of that or what, but these "cookies" were disgusting. The batter was super thin so we kept adding more peanut butter powder until it was about twice the recommended mix for PB2. There was no way you could roll them into a ball even then. Cooked for ten minutes and after resting they're like a too sweet, hot gel. I'm used to nontraditional cookies like this so I didn't expect a regular cookie texture but these were GROSS. Update: I tried these again with regular creamy peanut butter instead of PB2. They were actually really good! Nice and soft, which is how I like cookies. Do not make these with PB2!
J Dolan 4 months ago
I make brownies almost exactly like these but they use honey. These turned out like a perfect little cookie.
Leslie 4 months ago
Delicious!! Would definitely make it again.
Susan Turner 4 months ago
Love it ! My husband’s favorite cookie.
Dani 4 months ago
Delicious! My family loved these cookies!!
Jimmy 4 months ago
Great episode just saw on cooking with kik s1 e1 . Awesome cookies
Sandy D. 4 months ago
Easy cookie to make and tastes good but does not have the substance or texture of a true flour peanut butter cookie.
Mary Ellen H. 4 months ago
Great soft and chewy
Brooke Burleson 4 months ago
great and easy! took about 12 minutes total!
funni5 4 months ago
it tastes like a cookie
Myra Paquette 4 months ago
Quick, easy a delish! Def will be making more!
Heiðdís Þórðardóttir 4 months ago
Very good! The kids loved it!
Holly Nickell 4 months ago
Best peanut butter cookie I’ve ever had. Period.
Human#52627214255 4 months ago
Oh wow!!!!! I am genuinely happy to have come across this recipe. So so simple yet worthy of AT LEAST 5 stars on taste.