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Peanut Butter Cookies (Gluten-Free)



Delicious, easy, and really--peanut butter and chocolate--need I say much more!? Gluten-free (flourless) cookies that will literally melt in your mouth.

Ingredients:

  • 1 pkg Vanilla Candiquik
  • 1 pkg Chocolate Candiquik
  • 2 ½ cups Peanut Butter
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 2 tsp Baking Soda
  • Two eggs
  • 6 oz. flaked coconut, toasted (optional)
Directions:
  • Preheat your oven to
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    350F degrees!
  • Melt Vanilla Candiquik according to directions on the package
  • Add all the ingredients and mix well. Tip: place this mix in the fridge to cool (approx 30 min)…This is an important step.
  • On a cookie sheet, scoop 1/2"  -1” balls, tightly formed (smaller is usually better since they are gluten free), and bake for 10 minutes
  • Let cool on a sheet of wax paper.
  • Melt chocolate Candiquik and simply dip half, or however much of the cookie you want... in the Candiquik.
  • Set on the wax paper to dry and you're done!

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Millie
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02 Aug 2010 4:33:03 PM PDT
Never heard of candiquik.

 
Wendy
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05 Aug 2010 11:08:45 AM PDT
Next to the baking chips in most stores. It is an artificial melting chocolate.

 
Nancy Geraci
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02 Aug 2010 6:39:51 PM PDT
I have never heard of candiquik.

 
Shannon
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04 Aug 2010 8:23:54 AM PDT
Was excited but never heard of candiquik either.

 
Lisa
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08 Aug 2010 3:16:52 PM PDT
It looks like Candiquik is a meltable candy-coating. I'm guessing chocolate intended for candy-making would do well.

 
Ron
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20 Aug 2010 11:03:50 AM PDT
Sounds good. Could Candiquick be substituted for regular chocolate?

 
Janet V
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30 Aug 2010 6:26:51 AM PDT
The directions say to add "all" the ingredients to the Vanilla Candiquik but then it says to melt the Chocolate Candiquik separately. I am assuming then you don't put the chocolate in with all the cookie dough ingredients.

 
JAS
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12 Nov 2010 10:17:40 AM PDT
The cookies are dipped in the chocolate candiquik after they are baked. At least that's the way I read it.

 
Jan
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04 Apr 2011 5:59:47 AM PDT
Never heard of Candiquick. Confusing directions because the picture shows a normal looking peanut butter cookie - no chocolate.




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