Many people have a favorite cookie recipe already, so I’ve picked out three peanut butter desserts you probably haven’t tried. Scroll down to see my ideas, and click the links to see the full recipes.
And if you’re still looking for the perfect traditional peanut butter cookie? Mix a cup of peanut butter, a cup of sugar and an egg to make the dough, then bake them at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes. Simple, delicious (and gluten-free)!
|These Peanut Butter Bars make tasty snacks that are easy to eat on the go, and thanks to the addition of rolled oats, they pack a healthier punch than your average cookie. Choose creamy or chunky peanut butter to suit your taste buds.|
|If you love Reese’s peanut butter cups, these Chocolate-Peanut Butter Sandwiches are for you. Grind your own peanut butter in a food processor to create a naturally grainy consistency, then spread the mixture between two chocolate cookies. Careful: these will go quickly at any get-together.|
|Most kids love peanut butter, but even they can get tired of the same old PB&J. Eight-year-old Wendy contributed this recipe for Peanut Butter Snowballs to the Williams-Sonoma website, claiming the salty-sweet balance makes them a favorite among her friends. Bonus: they don’t require baking, so kids can do the hands-on work all by themselves.|
What’s your favorite peanut butter dessert? Tell us in the comments below!