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Peanut Butter Cookies #2 (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Cathleen Morgan.

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1 ½ cups confectioner sugar
1 cup creamer peanut butter
1 egg (slightly beaten)
1 teaspoon gluten-free vanilla (you can also make your own vanilla flavoring with a vanilla bean)

Mix all ingredients in bowl. Roll dough into 1" balls and place on greased cookie sheet. Press each ball with fork to flatten in a crisscross fashion. Bake in oven 10 minutes at 325F.

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Joanne Good
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11 Jul 2010 5:42:39 PM PST
My son's girlfriend discovered Kraft Natural peanut butter makes the nicest consistency and she's right! Baking time is about 20 minutes. They look and taste as good as 'normies' PB cookies.

 
matt
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30 Nov 2010 8:04:55 PM PST
So good

 
Megan
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09 Sep 2012 11:32:56 PM PST
Love this recipe, I chose to bake them for 15 minutes and it was perfect for us! Thank you so much for posting this because using gluten-free flour to bake with didn't work out so well for me.




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