Mrs. Sigg's Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe
My husband loves all of my cookie recipes, but this one is his all time favorite!! Very rich, and full of peanut butter flavor. When I bake these, the cookie jar empties out really fast!
Well , I really did not think this recipe sounded that exciting, but my kids wanted Peanut Butter cookies so we tried it and we loved them!!! I altered the recipe, as others suggested, and used 1 cup of butter and no shortening, I added an additional 1/2 cup of peanut butter and 1/2 cup of flour. They don't flatten too much when cooking so you can put a lot on one cookie sheet. I baked for 9 minutes and they don't really look done, but they are. They turned out PERFECT! These were delicious! Great with a glass of milk. I made half plain and added chocolate chips on top of the other half. I posted a picture if interested. Thank you for this recipe...it's a keeper! If you liked these, try the Peanut Butter Cup Cookies recipe.
I only rate and review a recipe if it is either really good or really bad, and this one is REALLY GOOD! Best PB cookies ever, and mine looked nothing like the photo, mine were perfectly round professional looking cookies. They look and taste like they come from a fine bakery. Thanks for sharing Beth, these are awesome !
my husband is a hard to please peanut butter cookie fan. i've tried many and have not satisfied him until this one. yeahhh!! the only thing i did differently was add a little extra peanut butter. they were moist chewy and peanut buttery!
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This is my favorite recipe for Peanut Butter cookies. I have used this recipe for awhile and have never had a bad batch of cookies. You can never go wrong with these :)
I don't have the biggest sweet tooth in the world but I'll never pass up a good peanut butter cookie and these was more than just good, they were excellent. I also added more P.B. then called for. Just a hint to avoid the sticky and messy job of measuring the peanut butter: If a recipe calls for l cup of peanut butter, fill a measuring cup with one cup of water and start dropping spoonfuls of P.B. into the water until the water level reaches 2 cups. The P.B. won't mix with the water and you'll end up with a perfect cup.
I used 1/4 cup more peanut butter in this recipe, and baked only for 8 minutes. The perfect PB cookie, thank you!