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Peanut Butter Cookies
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I'm munching on fresh ones now!  Perfect for parties and no one knows they're gluten-free!

 

1 cup Peanut Butter

1 egg

1 cup sugar

3 T. sugar

 

Roll into 1 inch balls, roll into sugar, bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.  Cool and eat.  Freezes well!

 

Enjoy!

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Think it would work with egg replacer?

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I use this one and its very good.http://www.emerils.com/recipe/8264/I-Cant-Believe-Its-Gluten-free-Peanut-Butter-Cookies

1 cup creamy peanut butter

1/2 cup granulated sugar

1/2 cup packed light-brown sugar

1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips

1 large egg, beaten

1 teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)

Smash with a fork.

It uses so little egg, I think it's ideal for egg replacer.

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Mmmm yummy you guys are gonna have me back in the kitchen! :)

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I've made a no cook version before:

 

2 tbsp or so peanut butter

A drizzle of honey

powdered milk (enough to make it bind and not sticky)

add chocolate  chips or other good stuff to the mix

 

roll together and store in fridge till firm

 

This recipe has no real recipe. It can be modified and so on easily.

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I've made a no cook version before:

2 tbsp or so peanut butter

A drizzle of honey

powdered milk (enough to make it bind and not sticky)

add chocolate chips or other good stuff to the mix

roll together and store in fridge till firm

This recipe has no real recipe. It can be modified and so on easily.

Awe! Your awesome!!! Thanks for this!!!

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I'm munching on fresh ones now!  Perfect for parties and no one knows they're gluten-free!

 

1 cup Peanut Butter

1 egg

1 cup sugar

3 T. sugar

 

Roll into 1 inch balls, roll into sugar, bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.  Cool and eat.  Freezes well!

 

Enjoy!

 

 

My Mom makes these (w/o rolling them in the sugar) and presses a Hershey's kiss into them at 9 minutes and returns to the oven for  a minute.

She loves them :)

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I'm munching on fresh ones now!  Perfect for parties and no one knows they're gluten-free!

 

1 cup Peanut Butter

1 egg

1 cup sugar

3 T. sugar

 

Roll into 1 inch balls, roll into sugar, bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.  Cool and eat.  Freezes well!

 

Enjoy!

They bake ok with no flour added?

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They bake ok with no flour added?

No flour.  Got this recipe from a Jr. High Home Economics teacher over 20 years ago.  It's fast and easy.  I like everyone else's modifications too!  

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Think it would work with egg replacer?

It would be worth a try.  It's been years since I've used egg replacer (I can tolerate eggs in baked goods -- but not by themselves!), but Shadow's recipe looks good!  I'm going to try Karen's recipe too! I admit I do have a sweet tooth.  

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It would be worth a try. It's been years since I've used egg replacer (I can tolerate eggs in baked goods -- but not by themselves!), but Shadow's recipe looks good! I'm going to try Karen's recipe too! I admit I do have a sweet tooth.

Me too..I make these with almond butter....going to add choc chips ala Karen next time :)

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Yep, that recipe is pretty easy to do. I learned how to make it as a project when i was in middle school. It is very forgiving and easy to adapt to whatever you want to do to it.

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