The Five Essential Everyday Peanut Butter Cookies


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The Five Essential Everyday Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut butter, flour, butter, eggs & a few more staple ingredients can open the door to many simple cookie recipes that may be blended at a moments notice. Some of these rich tasting treats may be offered for an afternoon snack or serve as the focal point for football game parties & birthday celebrations. Once a good base dough has been established, variation upon variation may be prepared. Although I will be highlighting five favorites this week, get creative & craft your own signature flavors. Drop in daily & learn how to make an array of peanut butter cookie styles in your very own kitchen.

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How To Make Everyday Peanut Butter Cookies

Drop cookies are some of the easiest baked goods to prepare. Blend the dough, drop it from spoons or portion it using spring release dishers, then pop pans in the oven. Once a good base formula has been established, chocolate, spices & oats are just some of the enhancements that may be added before or after baking. Look for valuable information in each style that will help you make your best batches to date. 


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Anytime cookies are in the works, organization is key. Stack half sheet pans lined with parchment paper so portioning is a breeze. Freeze & chop chocolate ahead of time where indicated & use a cookie scoop to make the task simple.

No. 1

Snickerdoodle Blossom Cookies

Snickerdoodle Blossom Cookies are a wonderful version of a Chocolate Blossom Cookie that is kissed with a bit of cinnamon making them simply irresistible. Package these gems as gifts or offer the drop cookies after supper for a delicious treat. The key to this classic baked good is handling the chocolate just so. Freezing the candies prevents it from getting too warm when it is added after baking & ensures it will maintain a uniform appearance. If you wish to go one step further, wear disposable gloves when handling it directly to prevent fingerprints over the surface. 

No. 2

Peanut Butter Cup Cookies

Peanut Butter Cup Cookies are a delicious treat to make when a little Christmas stocking candy needs to be used. Have 2 {24-cup} miniature muffin tins available & a bit of cooking spray so removing them from pans is easy. Also, freezing the candy will ensure a better appearance once the cookies cool. Drop in later this week for the tutorial designed to guide you in making these classic cookies.


No. 3

Classic Peanut Butter Cookies

Classic Peanut Butter Cookies are ideal to serve anytime whether they are to be offered for special festivities or for an afternoon treat. The signature cross hatch design over the top may be imprinted using a fork or a wooden pick – the choice is yours. Once baked, enjoy the cookies right away or allow them to cool completely, then freeze them for another time.

No. 4

Peanut Butter-Oatmeal Cookies

Old-fashioned or quick cooking oats are a nutritious ingredient that maybe added to Peanut Butter-Oatmeal Cookies. They provide good texture & are quite filling, too. Cinnamon is a wonderful spice that compliments the additions well by providing a nice depth of flavor to the cookies. 

No. 5

Chocolate Chunk Peanut Butter-Oatmeal Cookies

Chocolate Chunk Peanut Butter-Oatmeal Cookies are a decadent version well worth your attention. When chocolate is chopped & added to dough, the distribution throughout is much more even. Use a good sharp chef knife & a sturdy cutting board in order to complete the task. Drop in later this week to learn how to make this soft yet rich cookie. 

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