Recipe courtesy Claire Robinson, 2010
Show: 5 Ingredient Fix
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Total Reviews: 240
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Wow thos look terrific. I didn't realize you could make cookies without using the flour at all. It's great
to know since I'm diabetic. I can use splenda & still have cookies so thanks for this recipe. I would love to see more of Claire's recipes get her back on the air. Also Ellie Krueger we need low calorie dishes.
on September 08, 2012
My husband and my son are big peanut butter cookie lovers...so, I was looking for an easy and quick recipe...and this is it! The cookies are delicious and take no time at all to make. The third batch I made I added chocolate chips...yum! I love all the 5 Ingredient recipes! Definitely a keeper!!
on September 05, 2012
I was not impressed with this recipe. Really, really sweet, and I even used 1/4 C less sugar than called for. I used natural peanut butter as the recipe calls for, and they came out very oily, and fall apart easily. I had to cook them longer than 10 minutes, and still couldn't tell that they were done. I threw half the batter away. :(
Hobe Sound, FL
on September 02, 2012
Excellent recipe. Used Jif peanut butter, otherwise made as directed. Once cooled they became crisp with a more robust peanut taste; salt is an excellent touch. This is a keeper.
on August 30, 2012
My 2 yr old and I loved making and eating these. I love the fact that they don't have any dairy since my son has a dairy intolerance and I had everything in my pantry to make them! I did try making a jam thumprint but thought it was a bit too sweet. I would decrease the sugar next time if I added the jam. We are going to make them again with chocolate kisses in them. The only change I made to the recipe was using Jif instead of natural peanut butter. This recipe is a keeper!
on August 24, 2012
Wow, these are delicious...they are better than PB cookies with flour. So very very good and easy to make. You WILL want to double the batch though.
New York, NY
on August 23, 2012
I was skeptical, but is SO good and SO easy. I will make these again!
on August 22, 2012
I don't get the one star review. this recipe is simple and delicious and easy to make. The cookie stayed together and tasted great! Definitely give this recipe a try!
on August 21, 2012
These cookies were a wast of time and ingredients. They fell apart. Can not even get them off the cookie sheet without them falling apart. My Peanut butter and jelly cookie receipt from South Beach diet is so much better. Their receipt calls for 1 teaspoon baking soda added to the peanut butter and sugar, and vanilla. I think I will try that receipt and add the salt on top instead of the jelly.
on August 20, 2012
These cookies are wonderful!! We eat gluten free, and these are a quick and easy dessert.
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