Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut Butter Cookies, Say No More!
Peanut Butter Cookies, Say No More!
“A Piece of Cake” By Pat O’Keefe Peanut butter cookies! Need I say more? I have been making this easy recipe for years; it came from an old Mennonite community cookbook. Shorting is used instead of butter making the results more shortbread like. This recipe makes between 6 and 7 dozen cookies that will freeze beautifully. The dough can also be made and frozen to be baked off at a later date. Peanut Butter Cookies 1-cup shortening 1-cup peanut butter, smooth or chunky 1-cup brown sugar, packed 1-cup granulated sugar 2-eggs 3-cups flour 1/2-teaspoon salt 2-teaspoons baking soda 1-teaspoon baking powder 1-teaspoon real vanilla Cream shortening and peanut butter until combined, add both sugars continuing beating. Add eggs along with baking sods, baking powder, salt and vanilla. Beat until everything is combined. Slowly add the flour. IF the mixture is too soft refrigerate until firm enough to handle. Shape dough into 1-inch balls and place an inch or two apart on a parchment lined (or lightly greased) baking sheet. With a fork dipped in sugar make crisscross marks on top of cookies flattening them slightly. Bake the cookies at 375º for 10-12 minutes or until edges are slightly browned. I will be happy to send you my weekly recipes via email just contact me at apieceofcake@optonline.net On the Web at www.patokeefe.net Web site now has over 100 recipes with more added daily. Need a past recipe or have a question, I will do my best to help, just email me. ENJOY!

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