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Holiday Cooking Recipe Swap!

Last year I participated in this delightful recipe swap by posting this recipe:

2007 Holiday Cooking Recipe

Those meatballs continue to be a hit wherever we take them! This year, I want to share with you a quick and easy cookie that works for even the worst cook...

Peanut Butter Cookies

1 cup peanut butter, low fat, crunchy, creamy whatever...
3/4 c sugar
1 egg

Blend the egg into the sugar. You will have to beat a bit hard but you can do it! Next, add the entire cup of peanut butter and blend into the sugar/egg mixture. Roll into small balls and flatten with a fork in two different directions to get a pretty cross hatch pattern. The fat in the peanut butter keeps the mixture from being sticky! Bake for 10 minutes at 375. Cool for a minute before removing. These are great! Instead of cross hatching, you can unwrap a Hershey kiss and press into the ball. Bake for 8 minutes at 375. You will get a softer cookie.


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  1. I loved your skirt stories and I am looking forward to checking out your meatball recipe. As you can see, I am catching up. Your fall colors on the blog are so pretty.


  2. Oh yeah, I love peanut butter cookies. I haven't made them forever but now your recipe gives me an excuse to do so! :)

    Thanks, Terri, for participating in my 3rd annual Holiday Cooking, Blogger Style recipe exchange! I do appreciate it.

    Feel free to join me Fridays for my “Favorite Ingredients Friday” recipe exchange

  3. Yummy. Peanut butter. With a chocolate kiss. How can you go wrong? Thanks for sharing this :)


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