I'm subscribed to Cooking Light magazine and as soon as I read how simple it was to make these cookies I gave it a try because I love to bake. I doubled the ingredients so I can bring enough for my co workers and boss and they ALL loved it! Now I get requests all the time to make them. I did add 1 ingredient which is vanilla because I love anything with vanilla in it. This recipe is awesome!
Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Mmercado0323 Posted: 07/23/14
KathyJoRogers Posted: 06/17/14
Dipping the fork in sugar before cross hatching prevents the fork from sticking to the batter.
EllenDeller Posted: 05/31/14
I tried these because they don't require getting out the mixer or creaming butter and sugar. They are quite good, kind of like peanut butter fudge. I wound up with 15 cookies, but I suppose smaller ones would've stretched it to 20. No complaints, but I think we prefer regular peanut butter cookies with flour, butter, and vanilla.
dianeinpa Posted: 06/08/14
I needed to leave the cookies in for 10 and a half minutes because the centers weren't "done" at 10 min and 11 minutes was too long!! Then they were crispy on the edges and slightly PB-fudgy in the middle. Just fabulous. I am throwing away my old recipe for PB Chip cookies. These beat them all. (I served them like little ears sticking out of a scoop of homemade vanilla bean ice cream--the clients loved the dessert!)
TheMomChef Posted: 05/28/14
We don't have any problems with gluten, but I wanted to give these a try anyhow. As per usual, I made the cookies exactly as written in the magazine. They were so easy to throw together and baked up in exactly 10 minutes. Like Tsettimi mentioned, I had to be very careful when making the cross hatches because the dough is incredibly sticky. My daughter adored the cookies. You can read my full review at Taking On Magazines: http://www.takingonmagazines.com/gluten-free-peanut-butter-chocolate-chip-cookies/
Tsettimi Posted: 05/14/14
I made these cookies twice this past weekend. Make sure not to push the cookies down too hard before putting them in the oven.The fork will stick to them so you use some cooking spray to help stop it. Make sure to spread them out evenly on the baking sheet so they do not combine. Take them out as soon as 10 minutes have passed. ALSO - These cookies will not look like this picture, although, they are very tasty - not soft but actually crunchy.