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RecipeswapI am so excited to be participating in I Have To Say... recipe box swap! Since the carnival was announced I have been thinking of which cookie I want to share with you all. I finally decided on a Peanut Butter cookie recipe that is my favorite and only involves three ingredients. Dennis loves the batter chilled better then the cookies baked but if you eat the batter take caution it does involve raw eggs!




You need:
1 egg
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup sugar
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Measure 1 cup peanut butter. I recommend using a scrapper thingy(do they have a name?) Then put the peanut butter in the bowl.
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Pour 1 cup sugar into the same bowl
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Crack egg into a small bowl and beat. Then pour egg into the large bowl.
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Stir until combined and chill in fridge for about 30 minutes. After chilled roll into a ball and place on ungreased cookie sheet. **You can add about two tablespoons of Nutella to make chocolate balls!**
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Flatten with a fork one way and then the other to make criss crosses
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Place in a 350 degree oven for 10 minutes and then let cool! Enjoy!
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