These flourless peanut butter chocolate chip cookies would definitely have been a delicious addition to my gluten-free diet of the past. These are so easy that my girls can make them on their own (six ingredients, one bowl). Purely peanut-buttery, they are quick and hit the spot. -- Plan B Momtags: desserts eggs bake more
Plan B Mom shares, "Whenever our school had bake sales my friend’s mom would send in Hello Dollies, also known as Seven Layer Cookie Bars, and I fell in love. I never knew what was in them, but they were out of this world.
When I got a little older and started baking, I began making them and was amazed to find out they are pretty much the easiest cookie to make on the planet. Bring them to your next get-together and you are assured an easy Wow!"
This peanut butter chocolate chip beauty was passed on to me by my aunt a few years back and it has been in my regular rotation ever since. It's great to bring to a family party - kids love it - and couldn't be easier. One bowl, one pan. It keeps for days - and it makes a great breakfast too (don't tell your kids)!tags: desserts snacks lunch box bake more
This recipe was sent from rachaelray.com visitor, Kaleigh Zimmerman. She tells us:
"This cookie was one of my favorites as a little girl. My grandma and mother made these all the time around the holidays. Enjoy! "tags: desserts cookies fruit rice, grains and breads eggs bake more
This recipe was sent to rachaelray.com from visitor, Nancy Berry:
"The cookies took me several weeks to perfect, since they were to be shipped to the Middle East, and it usually takes about 2 weeks to get there. I wanted them to taste good and have a lot of home in it. I named the recipe for all the American Heroes everywhere..hence the name...American Hero Cookie. We have a lot of heroes in America and across the world who enjoy getting packages from home. Each time I send it--I get requests for the recipe, so I thought you all might like to have it as well."tags: desserts cookies fruit rice, grains and breads eggs bake more
This recipe was sent to rachaelray.com visitor, Bob VanLaningham who tells us:
"I am not a big baker but these have become a holiday tradition. People start asking me around Thanksgiving when the cookies are coming. I have also made these with mini peanut butter cups. Both are delish!"tags: desserts cookies rice, grains and breads bake more