A Cookie Classic Gets Thinner

Who doesn't love classic peanut butter cookies? Food Network Kitchens lightened up this cookie favorite and added in a few healthy ingredients to this new recipe.
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Who doesn’t love a peanut butter cookie? The next time you’re craving crunchy, sweet and salty, try indulging in our Crunchy Peanut Butter Thins. We’ve trimmed the classic cookie down, making it leaner and crunchier (by adding chia seeds) and gave it just the right balance of salt and sweet. It’s prefect for a quick snack or if you need a little something after dinner. Enjoy!

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