Combine all ingredients until mixed. Roll mixture into 1 inch balls. Place on ungreased cookie sheet and flatten each ball with a fork. Bake at 350 degrees F for 8-10 minutes. Cool for 5-7 minutes then place on wire rack.
Added soy free/dairy free chocolate chips for the ultimate easy cookie
Feb 6, 2013
Guest Foodie REVIEW:
I made these with splenda brown sugar so they are gluten free (No Flour) and sugar free I also let them cook for 11 min's very good!
Aug 28, 2011
I really like these cookies. In my opinion they should bake for about - 12 minutes and be left on the cookie sheet until they've cooled completely. This keeps them from falling apart and seeming raw. I too, enjoy adding chocolate chips to the mix. Reminds me of Reese's Peanut Butter cups! They're also wonderful for people who require a gluten free diet as no flour is needed.
May 30, 2011
Greetings. I was craving peanut butter cookies and did not have any baking soda. I was way too lazy to go to the store. So..I came to this site. :) I am so glad I did. All these years and I never knew that I could do this. My kids loved them!! Thank you!!
Oct 19, 2010
I have been making these cookies for 50 yrs....here's some hints & ideas:
Mix PB with sugar first and after you've added the egg & mixed, let it set for 15 minutes..no grainiess
I usually flatten the cookies by cross hatching them using a fork dipped in sugar.
I make thes without cross hatching them and after they have cooled drizzle the tops with chocolate chips that have been melted in the micowave with a tsp. of butter..sometimes I even dip them in this chocolate.
Jun 22, 2010
I liked the cookies but they were still raw when they came out of the oven!
Dec 27, 2009
I was quite skeptical about this recipe considering there were just 3 ingredients needed, but I'm a believer now! They are really, really good. I will never go back to the more complicated peanut butter cookie recipes because there is no point. After the first batch I decided to see how they would taste using a teaspoon of vanilla and I think it made them even better (if possible). Highly recommend!
Sep 5, 2009
Guest Foodie COMMENT: These are perfect to use with a Cookie Press. Choose your favorite shape, press onto a baking stone, bake and enjoy!
Jul 8, 2009
i just got done bakin them and um well.. they r still gooshy. will they harden while they cool?
Dec 17, 2008
These Cookies were really good and i made them in a short time before my mom had got home.
P.S. these cookies are so easy to make i made them and i am only 12
Aug 20, 2008
This was super easy, and the recipe came together fast. Another commenter noted that the cookies could be a little grainy, so I whipped up a batch of superfine sugar (toss it in the blender and buzz it until fine, it measures the same as regular granulated). I used a #60 disher to make 1-inch balls, tossed in suger to reduce sticking and flattened with the bottom of a jelly jar. These cookies produced lots of OMGs accompanied by eyes riolling into the back of heads. I have a new favorite.
Aug 6, 2008
Yummy! My daughter has Celiac Disease and this is the answer for cookies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!