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|Calories290Calories from Fat140|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat140|
|% 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.
Ann a month ago
It is 3 Am in the morning... I could not sleep, looking at all the recipes on this site... This peanut butter cookie caught my eye. I thought I would try it as it had all the ingredients I had on hand early in the morning. I ended up making the cookie balls bigger so I ended up cooking them for 9 min. As they were doughy at 7-8. I then left them on the tray for 4-5 min. before transferring. The reason they are so soft is because of undercooking. They do not fall apart and are very creamy . I ate 2 at 3:30 am. Then one of my children cane downstairs for water and grabbed a cookie. He said they were delicious. I agree. Will bake again another time. It is worth making, even at 3 am
Maci 2 months ago
OH MY GOSSSSHHHHH!!!!!! These are my favorite cookies ever. I could eat them all day.
Sue Bulow 6 months ago
My husband is a peanut butter fanatic & he loved these cookies! The key is refrigerate the dough at least an hour so they’ll hold their shape & not melt down into cookie pancakes.
Bret 7 months ago
I’ve actually made them twice, once for a holiday work party and they were gone within an hour. Then again for my wife to bring to work and now they want more. My wife loves them too.
Julie M 7 months ago
delicious i would make these again
Beth Metzler 8 months ago
This recipe will now be my top choice for PB cookies! Delicious and remained soft several days. I used half whole wheat flour, added toffee pieces, and instead of rolling in sugar, I put a little icing and toffee on top. Because they are so soft, they are a little inclined to fall apart, but when transferring 24, 23 successfully made it onto the platter. Just a warning. These were a hit at our family party!
Robi R. 8 months ago
they turned out great we did screw up and put almond extract and about half of the vanilla once we discovered the mistake they turned out really delicious and I think we'll keep it that way surprise little mistakes sometimes turns out better
Ari 8 months ago
Tasted really good. Just fyi they don’t spread AT ALL and I had to bake them for more like 13 ish minutes
Rachel Meyer 8 months ago
Great with a kiss! 👍🏻
NWinn 8 months ago
Left half as balls the other we squished down a bit like my nan used to do. Prefer the un-squishified one but any iteration of this cookie is delectable. Will easily be the favorite at any event.
Kacie Schendel 8 months ago
If the cookies are as good as the dough....... 😳🥺🤤🥰
Laurel Taylor 9 months ago
great cookies! yummy! a favorite.
Emma Cummings 9 months ago
Good, chewy, and easy to make.
Sofia 9 months ago
All my friends loved it 😊. So soft and yummy. I will definitely make it again.
Pam N. 9 months ago
These are easy to make. I like how they are soft and chewy. Will see if tomorrow they have better peanut butter flavor
Bree Marie 10 months ago
My boyfriend loves peanut butter cookies so I decided to surprise him with some tonight and he loved them. This recipe is amazing! Next time I want to try adding chocolate chips to it :)
Tarleena Robinson 10 months ago
Made today and it was delicious. The only difference was we added chocolate chips. We ate some😁
Hansen a year ago
These cookies were amazing! I’ve made them twice already.
Robinson a year ago
I love the texture and not overly peanut butterly... I put roasted peanuts inside half the batch and I rolled them in raw sugar... came out great!
Brooke a year ago
Wow! If you like soft cookies and peanut butter, this is the recipe for you! I used crunchy peanut butter. They were good warm, but better the next day. Yum!
Maddy Jones a year ago
Perfectly soft cookies. The directions were very straightforward and easy to prepare. Please don’t skip rolling them in sugar before baking- it’s the best part!
StephanieYoung a year ago
it turn out wonderful and delicious thank you and God bless you bye bye Stephanie Young.🙋♀️😀
Cooper a year ago
I made mine a little bigger than the recipe called for, if you're new to baking cookies, don't take their softness in the oven as them being not done. Take them out and in a few minutes they should harden up.
Ally a year ago
turned out fantastic! i doubled the recipe and it made about 60 cookies
Sarine 2 years ago
Crunchy bite, but soft in the middle. Used less than half the amount of sugar, but added Oreo biscuit pieces to the dough. Yum yum yum
Lucy S. 3 years ago
I loved the texture of these cookies, however they were WAY TOO SWEET. Next time I will take out some of the sugar, and probably won't bother rolling them in the extra sugar. Also, I might add more peanut butter as the flavour was pretty mild.
Jeffrey Nowlin 3 years ago
This has become one of my quick go-to cookie recipes. Even my boyfriend who doesn't like peanut butter eats them!
marsha w. 4 years ago
Oh these are so GOOD! So easy to make too. I love soft cookies and these are great. I made another batch and put chocolate kisses on top.