Sunday, December 5, 2010

Sunday Spotlight

Several weeks ago, I came across this post from Sherry at A Happy Valentine where she shared her Easy Peanut Butter Cookie recipe. With only 4 ingredients, you cannot go wrong.

This recipes makes a really good dough to work with. Rolling it into balls is so easy. No stickiness, no need for flour.

The cookies don't spread so you can line them up in neat rows and let them bake until they are golden.

Today makes the 4th time I have made them and everyone I give them to always asks for the recipe.

So if you would like to try it yourself, head on over to Sherry's place and check it out. I'm going to enjoy the fruits (or in this case cookies) of my labor.

Hope you are having a great weekend. Friendship blessings, Tammy

21 comments:

Karen said...

They look soooo yummy! I especially like the fork criss-crossing on top. :) Have a great week.

Marilyn said...

Busy busy busy.....as always T! I don't like peanut butter cookies...but I know a man who DOES!....so maybe I'll try these for HIM!!!

Becky said...

Wow,I have a few new recipes for these cookies.I had one from a blogger that you used 2 cups of peanut butter, 2 eggs and 1 cup of sugar and THATS IT.Do you believe it? They were sooo good.Try that one Tammy.

Have a nice new week!

Susan said...

Mmmm, those look good, Tammy. Recognized all the ingredients except Foster Clark's. What's in that bottle? Vanilla? Take care and have a great Sunday. Susan

A Vintage Chic said...

I LOVE enjoying the "cookies of my labors"! I'll remember that one! Almost nothing better than a perfect peanut butter cookie--I'll be trying this one!

Hope you're having a beautiful day, my friend!

Julie

erin said...

oh yummy!! peanut butter cookies are my fave!! thanks for this!

happy day to you,
erin

summersundays-jw said...

I'm going to try this one. I found a recipe in our paper this week that takes 4 ingredients. It's a chocolate/craisin' cookie. If it turns out to be good, I'll post it & let you know. Thanks! Jan

Mariette said...

Dearest Tammy,

That is one of the 'KISS' recipes; Keep It Sweet & Simple...
Great to pass that around.
Wish you a wonderful week!

Mariette's Back to Basics

GWENDOLYN KAY said...

Yummy, yummy, yummy!!! I need to buy a new mixer, we gave our old one to Jamie. As soon as I get it the holiday baking will begin:)
love, Gwen

sonya said...

Hi Tammy,
I LOVE peanut butter cookies! Easy peasy recipe, I love it! Thanks!
Blessings,
Sonya

Rizzi said...

THESE LOOK EASY AND DELICIOUS.
I'M ON MY WAY TO SHERRY'S FOR THE RECIPE. HAVE A GREAT WEEK. RIZZI

Happy@Home said...

Yumm ~ they look delish. Will have to try this one for sure. Thanks for sharing.

Jan said...

Ummmm, thanks Tammy. I was trying to be good, but that's not gonna happen! I bet these little cookies will bake up nicely at 8,000', too.
You're bad....in a good way!!! :p

Hugs
Jan

glor said...

Simple and easy and delicious! Wow, now that a recipe. Thanks for the link, I'm heading over there right now! Have a wonderful evening.

crochet lady said...

P.B. cookies are a favorite with my guys. Those look good!

Diane said...

Thanks Tammy. I love peanut butter cookies. Good old Bisquick. That's one thing I ALWAYS have in my cupboard. I'll check out that recipe. Diane

Tarnished and Tattered said...

Tammy,
I just spend a nice chunk of time going thru your blog playing catch up. It's always fascinating to me how 'similar' your life is to mine even tho there are so many miles between us. Down to the turkey & pumpkin pie! The kids look great & so grown up, (I love the hair)! Love your blogging Marilyn gifts & the cookie recipe....Yummy! I too am making a big effort to make gifts this year, if I can't make it I'm getting it on etsy. No stores for me, except of course Toys R Us! Thanks for sharing. Lisa
PS I hope you beat that cold & that your holidays are filled with happiness & health.

Kate said...

Hi Tammy
I am catching up on my favorite blogs and so I am stopping by to say hello. Wishing you well during this Holiday season. Even though I am allergic to peanut butter those cookies sure do look yummy. Have a wonderful week!!

xo
Kate

Sherry from Alabama said...

Hi Tammy! I'm so glad you liked my cookie recipe. It's one of my family's favorites. Wishing you a blessed week.

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

Anonymous said...

I cannot remember the last time I made peanut butter cookies. They look wonderful, and I will be going to Sherry's blog to find the recipe. They won't last long in this house, that is for sure...
Usually, I am making cookies right about now for teachers and people at school. I have not done anything this year, and need to start thinking in that direction if anything is going to get done. Seeing your lovely cookies may have just inspired me to get on the ball. Thanks for the inspiration!!

Enjoy your cookies!

Love,
Renee

Melissa said...

I havent made or eaten peanut butter cookies in the longest. I like simple recipes so will copy this down for future use. I always avoid baking because Im afraid I'll eat everything. This cookie mission Im doing is going to be a real test. Gonna make reindeer poop, sugar cookies and chocolate chip today. I plan on making at least 2 kinds a day til I have my Xmas cookie party....except Friday....won't be home. Hopefully the Buckeyes I plan to make (with peanut butter and dipped in chocolate) come out good. Anyways, better get crackin.

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