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Easy to make and delicious.
Exact same cookies as in my Betty Crocker Cookbook, wedding gift from 1971!
I love this recipe! Delicious and easy.
Super easy to make and oh so tasty. They don’t last long!
It was a rainy day perfect for baking. But what to make? Didn’t want cake, pie so cookies got the nod. So went to my fav site for inspiration. This recipe seemed simple enough. Got the dough together easily, baked for 10 minutes since my family likes a bit more crunch to their cookies. Plus used extra crunchy peanut butter I had on hand. They were perfect! Made exactly 2 dozen just as stated. Already had requests for more. Thank you……
Delicious and easy recipe
Tasty and easy to bake
Great cookie! I put some chocolate chips in them and I rolled them in sugar instead of refrigerating them for the full 3 hours and they turned out perfectly! Crisp on the edges and gooey in the middle
Oooh, that sounds good, Taryn. Nice improv!
Best recipe ever, simple and delicious. I did make some changes but only because I needed low carb. Highly recommend. Thanks for sharing.
I love this recipe! It’s my go to recipe. Reminds me of the recipe I used as a teen. Just right and not too sweet. I sub in a little bread flour for a little more of a chewy texture.
These are the best cookies I ever taste. I only had margarine so I used it instead of butter and increase the peanut butter to 1 cup.
Good cookies, but very small recipe! We doubled it, and still only got 3 dozen cookies.
My batter came out really creamy, did i do something wrong?
Hi, Katiana! Did you chill the dough before trying to form the balls? That should help it firm up.
Loved it, didn’t bother with the design just baked it came out soft n chewy.
This is my fifth time making them. They are perfect. The only thing I lowered is sugar,about 1/2 off. Still yum
i made these today and they were good. I would have enjoyed a bit more crunch and depth of peanut flavor so next time I will use crunchy peanut butter instead of smooth. I will also use dark brown sugar to give them a deeper golden color.
This is the recipe I chose to try. No need to ever look further. Delicious! Just the taste and texture I recall from my days of baking for my kids. Even loved by my friends here in Italy ( they generally prefer Nutella)!
Been looking for a recipe forever and this is the best one yet! They turned out perfect! I also read all your tips ahead of time- super helpful! These will become a staple in our house, thanks for the great recipe!
Dough is chilling in fridge. My question is…can I chill the dough overnight? Do I need to set it out for some time, before I bake them the following day?
Hi Syl, yes you can chill the dough overnight, and no, you shouldn’t let the dough sit out before baking.