Perfectly Peanutty!

Peanutty Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cookies

Pretty, peanut butter cookies with just five ingredients:

peanut butter
semi-sweet chocolate
chopped peanuts

That’s my kind of recipe!


  • Preheat oven to 325. Mix peanut butter, sugar and egg until well blended.
  • Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  • Remove and roll mixture into 18 balls.
  • Place on ungreased cookie sheet 2 inches apart.
  • Flatten each ball by using a fork to make a criss-cross pattern.

Peanut Butter Cookies

  • Bake 18-20 minutes or until lightly browned.
  • Cool for 5 minutes on cookie sheet and then cool completely on a wire rack.

Peanut Butter Cookies

  • Melt chocolate.
  • Dip one end of cookie into melted chocolate and then dip into chopped peanuts. Repeat with other side.
  • Place on wax paper covered cookie sheet and refrigerate until chocolate hardens.

Peanutty Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cookies

Perfectly Peanutty Cookies

Perfectly Peanutty Cookies

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes


  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 4 oz. Baker's semi-sweet chocolate, melted
  • 1/2 cup finely chopped peanuts


  1. Preheat oven to 325.
  2. Mix peanut butter, sugar and egg until well blended. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  3. Remove and roll mixture into 18 balls.
  4. Place on ungreased cookie sheet 2 inches apart.
  5. Flatten each ball by using a fork to make a criss-cross pattern.
  6. Bake 18-20 minutes or until lightly browned.
  7. Cool for 5 minutes on cookie sheet and then cool completely on a wire rack.
  8. Melt chocolate. Dip one end of cookie into melted chocolate and then dip into chopped peanuts. Repeat with other side.
  9. Place on wax paper covered cookie sheet and refrigerate until chocolate hardens.


Recipe from Kraft Food & Family, Fall 2005.

Peanutty Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cookies

And enjoy!

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147 comments on “Perfectly Peanutty!”

  1. I made these and they are divine!! Thank you for a great recipe- definitely one for the books!

  2. Cookies are good,im making a 2nd batch as I type this, my only problem is the cookies crumble really bad,so it’s hard to dip in chocolate and nuts

  3. Mix with a spoon or beat

  4. I just found this recipe. I just made the peanut butter cookies. They are wonderful! Thank You. I had a stroke so I look for easy recipes. Thanks Again

  5. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! I stumbled onto it on Pinterest. These cookies are so simple, but the chocolate and nuts give them an extra special touch! :) I took them to a gathering with some friends and they were a big hit!

  6. I know im supper late on reading this one but thank you. You just made my day 10 times simpler. :) P.S You inspire me

  7. I thought these were so cute but wanted smaller cookies for my Christmas cookie plate. I rolled the dough into 1
    inch balls and got about 40 dainty cookies. I did have to have more chocolate for dipping, however

  8. Hi!

    Just wondering how much cookies you get out of this recipe?
    Your website is just delicious :)
    This weekend is baking weekend, it’s my birthday on Friday and I’m going to bake a lot of things from this site.
    I’ll keep you posted on the results :)


  9. Would chunky, natural peanut butter work?

  10. I HAVE to make these – yumminess!

  11. Bakerella,
    There is no flour or anything? just pure peanut butter, egg, and sugar?

  12. Peanut butter and chocolate are perfect combinations. I made these for a wrestling tournament and they were gone in 20 min. One person even told me that this was the best cookie they ever tasted!

  13. This recipe is incredible exactly as written. I made these cookies for a bake sale, and people went crazy for them. I packaged two of them in a treat bag, and they looked so pretty. They sold immediately, and we loved the ones we “sampled” at home. Thank you so much!

  14. Hey there! i was wondering if there is supposed to be flour in this recipe? or even brown sugar…my batter looks like it’s missing something

  15. how do i melt the chocolate. when i try it always comes out lumpy :(

  16. Instead of chocolate, I just sliced some banana and placed them on the cookie. And it turned out amazing! Love experimenting :P

  17. I forced my boyfriend to make these with me and they were a success! I coated half with milk chocolate and the other half with white chocolate, tasted just as great!

  18. Hi Everyone!

    Can someone tell me approx how large the balls should be? tablespoon or larger?

    Thank you!

  19. I am totally happy that I finally took the time out to create these, they are gorgeous, thank you so much for sharing xx

  20. I’m making these for the third time tonight. They have quickly become a much requested favorite! They’re perfect for the church bake sale, because they don’t have any flour! I can offer a gluten free option, which is in high demand right now. It didn’t even occur to me the last time I made them for this bake sale… until someone asked if we had anything gluten free! Amazing! Plus, they have that WOW! factor… so pretty!

    The other time was with a very ambitious young baker. We skipped the chocolate dipping, since it was a last minute adventure, but no one seemed to mind! Now he makes them from memory… so easy when its just three ingredients!

  21. how does this not have butter?

  22. these cookies are easy and awesome! love them! just made them for a Thanksgiving party!!

  23. This recipe looks absolutely delish! Peanut Butter cookies are my absolute favourite and i cannot wait to make these.

    When you say 1 cup, how much is a cup? How many grams or ounces?

  24. i’ve made these SO many times, and EVERYONE I KNOW loves them! I’m gonna make more right now! ;)

  25. I just made these into bite-sized cookies and dipped 1/2 of the cookie. They look amazing and I can’t wait to serve them tonight with milk for our gluten-free guests. YUM-O!

  26. You were featured on my blog! Love your site so much! Thanks for all the inspirations!

  27. Great recipe! I was fresh out of butter but needed a cookie fix, and I had everything I needed on hand. I was in a rush so I added 1/3 cup of choc chips and 1/3 cup of flour so I could skip the refrigeration. They worked a treat! Thanks so much!

  28. Made these this weekend. They are really easy to make and taste great!

  29. I think it must be delicious.It belongs to my favorite type.

  30. I just made these and they are fantastic! I said I would only have one, but I had three. Good thing I made mini-cookies! I’ve seen this recipe before with a whole cup of sugar, but I like these better. They are less crumbly and I’m glad there’s less sugar.

  31. I love love love how you take the simple and turn them special!! Can’t wait to serve these to our Ladies Group!

  32. Oh, ^ that wasn’t a question. They were love hearts heh heh
    I *heart* Bakerella :D

  33. I’m in the middle of making these with my kids now! (They’re in the fridge waiting to be rolled) ??

  34. Anyway, I’m heading to a Christmas cookie exchange in a couple of days and so, of course, I came to your blog to find a good recipe! I’m still considering taking the mint oreo truffles….even though I’m not sure if they’re considered cookies….but they’re made from cookies, so it works for me! But now that I’ve come across this peanut butter cookie recipe…..well….I may just have to make these too!! They look too good and my husband loves peanut butter goodies. I was wondering though…..I’m concerned that the crushed peanuts might just be a little too much peanut for me personally…..have you ever tried using crushed toffee bits instead and do you think that flavor would be complimentary to the peanut butter??

  35. IT. LOOKS. SO. GOOD.

  36. you dont even need flour?!

  37. Wow, Bakerella – you are THE source for recipes when my kids need to raise funds for school projects, which is ALL the time in California!
    Thanks for all your delicious inspirations! And thanks for featuring my Viking pops today in your Pop Stars section!

  38. Hi, Danielle, RE: How to freeze/thaw cake-pops

    I saw your question on Bakerella’s blog today (my pops were featured today on her “Pop Stars” section:

    I have frozen cake-pops many times so I can make them ahead of an event. In my experience, it works very well if you bag each pop in plastic (I use small treat bags, turned upside down) then put the pops together in a heavy duty zip lock before freezing them. When you take ’em out of the freezer, let them thaw completely in their individual treat bags……if you remove the bags too soon, the candy coating on the pops becomes really sticky and gooey.
    Hope this helps!

  39. I am going to make these for my hard-working “sista-in-law” who is helping to dry out the Grand Ole Opry right now and needs a special treat. Thanks

  40. Adding vanilla also gives a nice flavor :)

  41. yumm. These remind me of my nana she always asks me how my baking is going and buys me cool baking stuff she finds. SHe loves peanut-butter so I will make these for her for sure!

  42. These are FABB!!!tried making tonight and it was a big hit loveeeeeeeeee it!!!

  43. I made these for a dinner party the other night and everybody thought they were so cute AND delicious!

  44. awesme, just made them and my family loved them. thanks!

  45. I think the oiliness may be related to whether your peanut butter was refridgerated or not before use. I just made this recipe for the second time… the first time with a half used refridgerated peanut butter and the second time with a brand new non-refridgerated jar. Both were the same brand peanut butter and I followed the directions to the tee both times. My first batch came out non-oily and my second batch came out DRIPPING in oil… it was pretty gross and not to say… extremely messy!… so this must be due to the room temperature peanut butter. From now on, I will make sure my peanut butter is 100% refridgerated! The second batch is in the oven right now…. I hope they turn out as good as the first batch!

  46. Kimberly – recipe conversion link:

    Liana – I don’t remember them being greasy. Before baking maybe.

  47. Hi Bakerella,

    I just wanted to let you know that I documented my process in making these cookies as well on my blog. And of course I referenced you in it! You are truly an inspiration in baking and photography!


  48. Your blog is awesome and everything looks beautiful and declicious! :) I was looking for a baking project today and tried these out – totally failproof !! My next project when I have time will be those cake pops!

  49. P.S. FANTASTIC!!!! I made a couple of modifications…at other posters’ suggestion, I used 3/4 cup sugar instead of 1/2. The cookies were not overly sweet, even with this extra sugar. Secondly, I did dip a few in peanuts, but I dipped the rest in the crushed toffee bits and those were a HUGE hit with everyone. I used the Heath toffee bits but had to crush them a little more before I dipped into them. If not, the bits are too heavy and will slide right off with the melted chocolate. Also, I got lazy and was in a hurry, so instead of dipping 2 sides of the cookie, I just dipped one entire half of the cookie. Thank you for sharing this recipe. We absolutely love it!

  50. Why are they so greasy!! love you

  51. I LOVE your blog and I’m always sooo impressed by all that you do! Wish I had the creativity and patience to try out all of your recipes, but I usually just stick to the simplest, most fool-proof looking ones. That’s why I LOVE the mint oreo truffles! My husband loves the nutter butter truffles. They’re both always a big hit anywhere I take them.

    Anyway, I’m heading to a Christmas cookie exchange in a couple of days and so, of course, I came to your blog to find a good recipe! I’m still considering taking the mint oreo truffles….even though I’m not sure if they’re considered cookies….but they’re made from cookies, so it works for me! But now that I’ve come across this peanut butter cookie recipe…..well….I may just have to make these too!! They look too good and my husband loves peanut butter goodies. I was wondering though…..I’m concerned that the crushed peanuts might just be a little too much peanut for me personally…..have you ever tried using crushed toffee bits instead and do you think that flavor would be complimentary to the peanut butter??

    Thanks a million for all you posts and always including step-by-step pictures for those as clueless as me!!

  52. How many gram peaunutbutter and sugar do you need?
    I come from The Netherlands and grams are easier for me.

  53. Love your blog! Tried the recipe, they came out cute, but they weren’t sweet at all. I think next time I’ll try equal parts peanut butter & sugar.

  54. Am so gonna be making these for le boy! Thanks for the recipe Bakerella! Peanut butter and chocolate are heaven. :)

  55. have these in the oven now. :) smells delish. i am not a fan of chopped nuts so i am going to dip mine in only chocolate…or chocolate and sprinkles. my husband is going to be surprised when he comes home from work. yay. thanks bakerella. love the site and i am soooo excited to make halloween cake pops.

  56. I’ve been reading your blog for a few days now, and this was one recipe I could NOT wait to try. I tried this recipe last night at a friends house. AMAZING! Especially because I’m on a college budget.
    I can’t wait for the Holidays, I WILL be debuting some Bakerella treats!

  57. I love the recipe… Can't wait to try them. Thanks for sharing..

  58. These were DELICIOUS! We just made them, but instead of dipping them in peanuts (which we didn’t have available), we dipped some in sprinkles and some in sunflower seeds.

  59. slepre – I wish I could remember. I’ve had them forever.

  60. ahh these look delicious!

    now where did you get your cooling racks? i see that they are the grid pattern and i have been looking for ones with that for a while?

  61. Yay! I’m glad it worked out for you.

  62. I have been hearing about your blog for ages, but just sat and read through (a lot of) it tonight. I have a wheat gluten allergy, so for most of your recipes, I would need some major doctoring. This is so simple, though, I just had to try it!Naturally gluten free recipes are always awesome. I used extra crunchy peanut butter, and the cookies weren’t quite as pretty as yours, but they tasted great!

  63. angela – that might have something to do with it. If you try the extra egg, let me know if that helps.

  64. I love your blog!

    This is a great recipe but my cookies turned out rather fragile. A few broke apart while I was dipping them in the chocolate – they just crumbled. I wonder if it was because I was using natural peanut butter – the kind that made only of peanuts and nothing else? In that case, I wonder if I should add an extra egg…

  65. Glad you liked it!

  66. tried this out, except i substituted the peanuts with chopped almonds. It was so easy to make and super delicious!

  67. Nope. But, I usually buy Jif.

  68. Oh, my boyfriend loves peanut butter. These are a must! Do you think it matters what type of peanut butter I use?

  69. Thanks carrie!

  70. WOW those look awesome!

  71. I love that idea!

  72. I think I am gonna make these tonight. But I am gonna try subbing Nutella for the PB. If only I had some hazelnuts…

  73. You’re very welcome. Glad Kraft and I could help you out.

  74. These are the best peanut butter cookies Ive ever had. Been trying to make my grandmas for years woth no sucess. These blew the socks off at out recent BBQ. Thanks Bakerella!!!!

  75. jessicalovescake – oh but I do and I hope you like them.

  76. I’m sure you can not possibly read all these comments, but I had to say these look very fab and I will be making them this week. I’m also gonna try your cupcake pops too. Thanks!

  77. simple and yummy! you can’t bet that =)

  78. Megan Brueseke – Welcome!

    Jaime – email me and I can send you something.

  79. I can't wait to try these. I have been wanting to make cookies all week, so I guess I know what's on my agenda for this weekend. Thanks for the mouth-watering recipe!

    p.s. do you have a button that I can add to my blog, I just love your site & would love to share it with others via my blog.

  80. I love your blog! I found it through a friends blog. I can’t wait to try these cookies – they look delicious!

  81. Anthonette – I might just like that better.

    Rose Sepúlveda – YAY!

    carina – it was Jif.

  82. what kind of peanut butter did you use??

  83. The recipe was simply perfect! I made the cookies for some friends and the adore them!!!!

  84. My 5-yr old and I made these cookies tonight. Yummy!!! We didn’t have any peanuts, but chopped pecans worked well. Your photography is so awesome too!

  85. The Gray Gang – You’re welcome. Anything for my BFF

    Brilynn – well, you know I have a thing for dipping.

    carina – I’m not sure Carina, unless it had something to do with the kind of Peanut Butter you used.

    stacks mcgee – I bet they were pretty!

  86. I used white chocolate chips for the dipping–mainly just to use ’em up. I hate the taste of the chips alone, but combined with peanut butter they proved delicious! Now I only have half a bag of those gross “chocolate” chips to go, and with this recipe they’ll be put to good use, fast!

  87. how come after i put it in the fridge, it gets really oily? even when its baking, its oily? did i do something wrong??

    thanks for the recipe!!

  88. Those looks awesome, I love that you dipped the sides!

  89. Hey BFF!! I was making these cookies yesterday and my husband asked where I got the recipe (i’m always looking for new recipes!) I told him from my BFF Blogger! (That is you!) You didn’t even know it but we ARE BFFs!!! I check your blog regularly and love your recipes! Thank you!

  90. stephanie – I like the sound of that.

    ann – glad you like the blog.

    ~holly – not mine. I found it in the Kraft mag.

    rosanne – thanks!

    cyndi – they're more on the soft side.

    rachelle – like peanut butter cookies aren't good enough on their own.

    wishtrish – I can answer the camera question. It's a canon rebel xti. But the commenting question… sorry. I don't know because I had someone who knows html edit the blogger template for me to do that.

    cakespy – thanks, but I owe it all to Kraft food and family.

    my sweet & saucy – I like recipes short and sweet.

    anonymous – you can make them several days in advance.

    mummy butterfly – not as much as me though!

    the cookie girl – thanks!

    elizabeth- very cool

    layla – I don't know, but it sure sounds worth trying and with stephanie's suggestions too.

    morgana – I was really sorry to hear about that. Such a tragedy.

    snooky doodle – it's simple… you can't

    megan – For Sure!

    candesintx – I like the way you think.

    tnt2008 – thanks!

    tucker, jess, and brian – Glad you like the pics too

    mother of madness – if you're good.

    kristy skoy – you're welcome.

    tasty trends – I think you'll like them.

    catherder – they'll definitely go over big as a fundraiser.

    sublime photography – then, he'll love these.

    psychgrad – great description

    willow69boo – oooooh … very interesting combo.

    katrina – definitely!

    janiece – I don't mind at all.

    lfamily5 – you are too sweet.

    sara – thank you

    lina – wow … I haven't thought about home ex in years. I remember making an apron.

    sarahhub – be careful. you might shock yourself with all that drool.

    darqchild – not a fan… is that even possible.

    simonetha – I do. It's my camera. A canon rebel xti.

    puglyfeet – Guess you need a sugar fix.

    kitchen flavours – thank you!

    pamela – uh YES!

    lapamela – thanks

    hf52771 – yep. you'll have to bake your own because I ate all of these.

    we are not martha – Thanks sues!

    patricia scarpin – I was surpried myself.

    la pixie – hope you like them

    michelle baker – glad you worked it out.

    anonymous – thanks. I use a canon rebel xti.

    margaret – very interesting combo

    tenina – SEXY … I like that.

    amber – thank you

    bridgett – good description

    beverly – I'm glad you think so Bev.

    anonymous – I've used orange oil in melted chocolate, but not in cake yet. You can use a few drops of the oil and it should be fine.

    knittin 'n stitchin – cool. I'm so glad you liked them.

    megan. – send me some.

    dulzuramagica – that's cute. hope you enjoy them.

  91. Those look really yummy!!!And guess what my kid has already gathered the ingredients as im writing here…I guess will be baking tonight…

  92. this reminds me of the chocolate cake batter + reese cup pieces icecream i had last night. sounds (and looks!) delicious!

  93. I saw you on Martha Stewart, went to your FANTASTIC blogsite and just made the peanut butter cookies. Yum! I made half with peanuts and I used flake coconut for half (instead of peanuts). Turned out great! Very peanut-tty…

  94. I am from Singapore just love your blog. Thank you for sharing your beautiful creations.
    I need some help. I want to bake some devil food Choc cupcakes…. can I add some orange oil to make it Choc Orange cupcake. I have trouble finding this recipe.
    Please advise what I should do or have a foolsproof sure work recipe to share. many thanks. Lin

  95. Thanks for sharing this recipe. It’s quick, easy and very yummy!!! You always have the most fun recipes. Keep ’em coming.


  96. Delicious! It is like the adult-version of a peanut butter cookie. I love it.

  97. These look really yummy and super easy to make! Thanks for sharing! I just love looking at your pictures to!

  98. Now these are SEXY peanut butter cookies…who knew that they could be ‘sexy’??? Amazing and inspiring!

  99. After readin all the comments there is not much left for me to say. BUT, hey that is a great idea, we do something the same with a Lions Christmas Fruit cake. Crumble it mix with brandy and condensed milk roll into balls and cover with chocolate nonparils , put in silver small cases leave for a month in the fridge then take out for the festive season.

  100. I believe this question may have been asked before but now I can’t find it! Maybe you should make a FAQ for her blog :)

    Anyway, Question: What type of camera do you use for your photos. They are gorgeous and just make me want to try every recipe!

  101. This comment is for the cupcake pops, not the cookies…I am making them for the first time today for my sister’s baby shower, and I could only find the wilton 1.5″ flower cookie cutter… I didn’t see it on your instructions, but I figured out (after gooey hands and 2 batches) that if you’re going that big with them, it is easier to chill the mixture right after adding the cream cheese icing, and then use a 1″ ice cream scoop to get uniform sizes! I laid the cookie cutter on a bit of wax paper, rolled the ball into a sort of rod (like you said to), and then gently pushed it down into the cutter. They come out nearly perfect looking each time!

  102. my boyfriend is having me make these tonight. thanks for the easy recipe!

  103. Wow, not even flour is needed!! These look so good!

  104. omg. Peanut butter is going to be the death of me!! These look delish!


  105. I’ll be waiting by the mailbox for my box of these goodies! LOL! WHAT???? I need to bake my own???? awww..shucks…. ;-)
    They look wonderful….yum.

  106. amazing photography! i want to learn how to make my food look pretty.

  107. Uh…YUM!!

  108. Wow looks awesome. Iam carving for those little peanutty beauties. First time here. You have a nice blog.

  109. Thanks to your pictures, I’m jonesing for PB cookies. Drooool…

  110. They look so yummy!!!…
    I love the pictures you post.. Do you take all of the pictures?? How do you do to make the pictures look so professional?

  111. goodness! i’m not even a peanut butter lover but i will definitely get over myself when it comes to eating those cookies LOL!

  112. I almost licked the computer screen.

  113. so perfect! I made similar cookies in home ec. when I was in 8th grade. I love these!

  114. wow…..Chocolate and peanut butter are my favorite combo ever. You have beautiful pictures on your site! wow! I am so hungry now.

  115. Oh my, those look amazing! My two favorite things – peanut butter and chocolate! I just love seeing what comes out of your brilliant, baking mind! You are awesome!

  116. Those look wonderful!
    I hope you don’t mind that I added you to my must check sites

  117. Wow, yum and gorgeous! Just another dimension to a PB cookie!

  118. Wow! Those look amazing. I have a similar recipe. After you roll the balls, coat them in sugar then press an extra large chocolate chip or small Hershey kiss in the center. I’m also in love with your cake balls and can’t wait to give them a try.

  119. It’s a peanut butter cookie that just keeps giving. Beautiful.

  120. Yum! I HAVE to make these for my hubby. He loves peanut butter cookies.

  121. YUM!!! Peanut butter cookies are my all time fave….my baking is on hiatus while i await my oven being fixed…:-( wanted to tell you i got to see your martha show today, i missed it the first time around..i have a family reunion/cancer fundraiser for a cousin in September…i am SO MAKING THESE FOR IT!!! You should definately be in business making these cupcake pops, theyre so awesome.

  122. i just stumbled upon your blog today and i love it! these cookies look great and i definitely want to try your cupcake pops. YUMMY!

  123. I saw you on Martha Stewart today and I have to make your cupcake popsicles! THANK YOU for the information!!!! I love your blog!!

  124. Hey Sis……these are fabulously YUMMY! I think I want some of these for my birthday this year. Some with the chocolate and nuts and some plain.

    Love you!
    Mother Of Madness

  125. Oh my goodness … those cookies look so amazing. Simple recipe plus PB and chocolate … it doesn’t get much better than that!!!! As always, I love your genius with a camera! Fantastic!! :)

  126. Peanut butter cookies are a favorite. I love how simple the recipe is and the touch of chocolate!

  127. Mmmmmm – my tummy’s growling. Envisioning a tall glass of milk with these.

  128. Now thats what I call taking a pb cookie up a notch!!!

  129. hmmmm these are dangerously delicious :-) how can I resist these.

  130. So sweet and yummy.. I love peanuts and we really need sweet things now, we all are so sad in Spain because of that plane accident.. And even more in Madrid, I live a little close to the airport. Well, sorry for introducing a little bit of sadness here but I’m really shocked.

  131. It's my first time to comment, but I have been reading all your wonderful posts. You're an amazing person & I truly admire your spirit for helping other people's life by simply contributing with what god gifted you "the power of baking".

    Also, I love photography & browsing your shots made me learn a lot about angles & lighting :)

    I just have one question regarding this recipe. Would the taste of the cookies change if I substituted the white sugar with brown sugar?

  132. That’s my alltime favourite recipe! I’ve had it for yeeears!

  133. Well, you know I am a lover of cookies and this one is going to be tried out very soon. I love the chocolate dipped sides, so pretty!

  134. Do you know that i’m gaining weight just buy reading your blog ;) lol

    it’s one of my favorite blog LOVE IT !!


  135. Those look delicious! I am wondering how far in advance you can make cupcake pops? Have you tried to freeze them? Or do you keep them in the fridge? What have you tried?

  136. What a great cookie! I can’t believe it only has 5 ingredients! You are fabulous!

  137. As I said on Flickr–once again, you take a classic but make it even better! Wonderful!!

  138. Okay, I have never commented before, but I check your blog all the time! I love it!

    I have a technical question for you. How do you make the background of your comments pink and soby set them apart from the others? I love it! Also, if you don’t mind sharing… what kind of camera are you using?

    Anyway, I am a huge admirer of your blog! Thanks for sharing such wonderful ideas and beautiful pics!

  139. Adorable! I like the touch of dipping them in chocolate and sprinkling with peanuts.

  140. Ooh those look so yummy! Are they more of a chewy pb cookie or a crumbly one? Cuz chewy ones rock ma world!!!

  141. Those look awesome!

  142. Love them!! What a great idea!! :)

  143. I just want to tell you that I love your blog! So many yummy recipes and gorgeous pictures to go with them. I am definitely going to try some of them out, I know my boyfriend would love them!

  144. I make pb cookies like that too! Well, not dipped in chocolate and nuts, but with only those few ingredients. My recipe has double the amount of sugar, and a teaspoon of vanilla too. I love how easy it is!

    Definitely gonna have to try dipping in chocolate and peanuts, that looks so deliciously amazing!

  145. Whoops. Fixed it Christine.

    krista – fancified. great word.

  146. what a good way to fancify ordinary peanut butter cookies! love it.

  147. Where does the egg come in? I’m guessing with the peanut butter and sugar? They look delicious!

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