These Star Wars-inspired Tusken Raider Cookies are made out of easy vanilla madeleine cookies and creamy peanut butter frosting. Cute chocolate chip eyes and a chocolate mouth make these guys a little more adorable and a lot less menacing!
Going gluten-free is hard. But giving up cookies, that's near impossible. What's a life without chocolate chip, peanut butter or plain ol' sugar cookies? Not a delicious one, that's for sure. Luckily, just like with cakes, there are so many great cookies that can be made without flour. Show More Summary
Butterscotch is a delicious confection made with brown sugar, butter and vanilla. It can be turned into cookies, puddings, cakes and caramels because the flavor combination is so versatile. The key to a successful butterscotch treat is being able to taste all three of those builidng block elements in every bite. I am a big...
One of life’s greatest joys (mine anyway) is half-baked cookies. They’re warm and perfectly ooey gooey and just melt on your tongue. I don’t know if it was intentional or accidental, but somebody somewhere discovered that half-baked cake is just as fantastic. Show More Summary
When you land a high-profile interview, don't forget to ask the important questions. Questions like, "Would you rather have peanut butter snot or seaweed fingers?" and "Would you rather never be able to dip your cookie in milk, or always...Show More Summary
"Chocolate and caramel ice creams with chocolate chip cookie dough, peanut butter cookie dough and a crunchy chocolate cookie swirl." read more
Armed with my trusty sidekick and test subject, Cooper, I set about the make these cookies out of some of his favorite things - pumpkin and peanut butter. Pumpkin is really good for dog's digestion and their bowels and sometimes we just put a spoonful of it
The year of the ram is fast upon us, so why not ring in Chinese New Year with some delicious dumpling-shaped cookies? Filled with peanut butter, shredded coconut, and sesame seeds, this recipe for Gok Jai is 100% vegan and makes for a fun family activity.
So, I took about 3 cups of peanuts. Maybe 3 1/2. I forgot to measure. And I plopped it into the Vitamix. I ended up with about 1 3/4 cups of delicious peanut butter. I googled a bunch of peanut butter cookie recipes and kept coming back to this one. Show More Summary
Redditor dfreshv is brilliant! Take a peanut butter Oreo, a strawberry/raspberry Oreo, remove a cookie end from each, combine what's left, and you've got a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Make a bunch of them and that's a full and reasonably healthy meal. -via That's Nerdalicious!
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I have seen all kinds of cookie stamps on the market over the past few years. As their name stages, cookie stamps allow you to easily stamp a message or a design onto unbaked cookes, just as you might mark a peanut butter cookie with a cross-hatch pattern with a fork. The stamps can be...
Less is more, some people say. But is it really, though? Nah, more is definitely more. Especially when that ?more? has anything to do with Christmas. You could easily settle in with a glass of eggnog and a peanut butter cookie and enjoy a two-hour Christmas movie that you watch every year and can quote in your sleep. Show More Summary
What I ended up baking isn't as quite suggestive as the infamous vagina cookies. But as it turns out, when you drop a Reese's peanut butter bell onto a warm, fresh-out-of-the-oven cookie... they melt. And when they melt, well. See for yourself. More » Recipe For Disaster: How I Accidentally Made Boob Cookies For Christmas is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
What could make a scoop of Ben & Jerry's Half Baked ice cream even better? Peanut butter.
Chocolate and peanut butter is an undeniably good combination. A force to be reckoned with in the realm of flavor combinations. Sure, everyone has their own favorite way to pair the two, their own killer recipe. But here is just one more to add to your chocolate-peanut butter repertoire (and it may just be your last).
Forget old fashioned sugar cookies. Leave your rustic drop cookies for another occasion. Save the peanut butter blossoms for the New Year. These bad boys are something worth shimmying down a chimney for.
Gooey, chewy, chocolatey, peanut buttery, and delicious! There are too many words to describe this amazing chocolate chip peanut butter oatmeal skillet cookie from Averie of Averie Cooks! I love meals cooked in a cast iron skillet. Especially desserts! This... Continue Reading ? The post Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Oatmeal Skillet Cookie appeared first on Make and Takes.
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