24 thoughts on “3 Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies

  1. >I make these too! They were a staple while my 3 year old was allergic to dairy, soy, and gluten! They are so yummy!!!! Thanks for joining Tuesday Tastes!

    Happy Day,
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

  2. >Oh my goodness, this sounds dangerously simple! I love peanut butter cookies, so OF COURSE I'll be trying them…maybe tonight:) Thanks for the recipe, I think;)

  3. >I made these once. I found they tasted better a day or two after they were baked. Hard to believe they don't need flour, or soda. I liked the texture.

  4. >These were the first cookies I ever made by myself! Thanks for the trip down memory lane! :-D

  5. >Yum, yum, yum. Thanks a lot! It's 7:30 AM and I want to start my day with fresh peanut butter coolies :)

  6. >It really is amazing how delicious these are considering how simple. I think it's the peanut butter. It's magical.

  7. >How unusual! Pls let me know if you manage to reduce the sugar since I am on a diet right now.

  8. >Wow! I had no idea you didn't need flour! They looks wonderful.

    About the infused honey–You could definitely use citrus rind!

  9. >These are delicious! I first saw them on the Premeditated Leftovers blog, then I made them (using cookie stamps) and blogged it, and now I'm seeing the recipe everywhere. How can it be that I never heard of the recipe before now, and now everyone is talking about it? :)

  10. >No way how freaking easy are those. Perfect saving this for my I have nothing in the house baking days!!

    Thanks :).

  11. >Hmmmm, other than the fact that they have peanut butter, sugar and eggs, they're perfect for me. :( They do look wonderful and sound delicious; just really, really not low fat. :)

  12. >I made these yesterday and posted about them(linked to you blog:))today. They were so good! They didn't even last though the day!

    1. I use natural peanut butter. Just make sure the peanut butter is well mixed with the oil in the jar before using.

  13. Hi! I reduced replaced the sugar with honey and reduced to a 1/2 cup, plus I added a1/4 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder. So good!

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