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Emergency! I Ned Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe!
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I need a gluten-free peanut butter cookies recipe.... simple, quick and need it now!

got all my cookbooks stacked and none are showing any....

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I need one,,,,, pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

take pity I got enough stress today didnt need this too.....

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1 cup peanut butter

1 cup sugar

1 egg

mix together. form into cookies and bake. makes 6 cookies. double or triple for more.

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THANKS!!!! I knew I could count on you guys to help me!!!

I owe you a big one!!!

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Yes, yes, it's a snarky response, but it just seemed to fit the post so well, I couldn't help myself. I mean this in a purely joking way, nothing else - the site makes is sound snarkier than need be.

gluten free peanut butter cookie recipe

I hope that whatever recipe you use comes out well! :)

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Yes, yes, it's a snarky response, but it just seemed to fit the post so well, I couldn't help myself. I mean this in a purely joking way, nothing else - the site makes is sound snarkier than need be.

gluten free peanut butter cookie recipe

I hope that whatever recipe you use comes out well! :)

:lol: :lol: Where did you find that Tiffany?

I use the peanut butter, egg, sugar recipe all the time. How did they turn out?

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Yes, yes, it's a snarky response, but it just seemed to fit the post so well, I couldn't help myself. I mean this in a purely joking way, nothing else - the site makes is sound snarkier than need be.

gluten free peanut butter cookie recipe

I hope that whatever recipe you use comes out well! :)

OMG I laughed so hard my sides hurt. Just had to let you know.

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I use the same receipt as Mango above, except I add 1 tsp. of vanilla.

Roll into balls, roll in sugar, flatten with fork and bake. I think I bake about 350-375 no more than 10 minutes.

For me, the recipe makes maybe 1 1/2 to 2 dozen cookies.

Hope this helps.

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These are the best cookies I have ever had, gluten or no gluten:

1 c PB

1 c Brown sugar

1 egg

1 tsp baking soda

1 tsp vanilla

bake at 350* for 9-11 minutes. they can either be rolled and flattened with a fork, or add chocolate chips to make them even better!

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