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Easiest Peanut Butter Cookies

What you need: 

1 cup of sugar
1 cup of peanut butter
Ener-g egg substitute to equal 1 egg

What you do: 

1. Pre-heat oven to 350.
2. Mix ingredients together.
3. Using a spoon round out dough on a cookie sheet.
4. With fork or two fingers press center of the cookie.
5. Bake for 10-12 minutes.
6. Enjoy!!
My friend rolls her cookies in more vegan sugar before she bakes them.

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Recipe Category: 


I make these all the time!  LOVE the recipe.  Super fast and easy.  Sometimes add vegan choco chips.  Use no sugar added peanut butter and Ener-Egg Substitute.  Usually a little crumbly so make sure you eat them over a plate.  If you make them thick it helps with the crumbliness.


I added about 1/4 c. whole wheat flour. I used 1/2 c. white sugar and 1/2 c. confectioner's sugar. The taste was very yummy. Next time, however, I will take them out at about 8 minutes. I left them in for 10 mins. and some of the bottoms burned, although it did not significantly harm the taste. Very easy.



My 8-year old adores these cookies so much.  She asks for them all the time.  I use a flax egg instead of the Ener-g substitute.  Works great and the cookies are awesome every time.


I was skeptical about this recipe having only three ingredients, and no flour or baking powder or anything, but these were awesome!


So good! I just made them with almond butter instead of peanut butter. I would suggest to not use an entire cup of sugar (I used brown sugar); for I thought it was too sweet. That's just a preference thing though. Regardless, totally yummy!


awesome recipe, just tried them today thanks for sharing*


Oh my freakin goodness these were sooooooooooo good!!!  I had a huge peanut butter craving today and had to make cookies and this looked like an awesome recipe - and it was!  I just used 'American Style' extra crunchy peanut butter as I didn't have my usual natural organic peanut butter on hand (was at an omni friend's) and they still came out so great!  (I have even posted pictures to prove it!!!)  The only thing is, if you use normal peanut butter and not natural peanut butter, it is veeeeerrrrry sweet with all the sugar in the recipe, so you might want to cut back a bit, but if you're anything like me, the more sugar the better!  Oh and also you will need to cook them for about 15-20 mins or they will just fall apart when you try to take them off the tray as the insides are too soft. 

And being the total disgusting pig that I am - I ate 3 of them straight off the pan and burnt my freakin mouth.  PIG!!! ::)  I have since learnt that is best to let them cool for a bit as they firm up heaps when they cool down - AND THEY DON'T BURN YOUR MOUTH THEN!  (Note - I am blonde, its a good excuse to act like an idiot) 

Honestly, I do not have words to describe how great these are considering how quick and easy they are to make.  FA-BU-LOUS!  Thank you very much for posting this recipe  :)>>>

Kisses!!! xxxxxxx


sounds really simple and yummy...but im a little uneasy about the cup of sugar, since I try not to eat sugar at all...could I sub in something else and have it still be just as delicious?


This is actually the same recipe as another on this site. We love 'em here. I make them with some regularity with peanut butter, cashew butter, almond butter, or a combination of cashew and almond. They don't need the flour at all. So easy and I usually have the ingredients on hand. I cook them for 20 minutes and I've never had a bad one although they don't always turn out the same.


I added flour, they came out a little crumbly and soft. I cooked them an extra eight minutes and still doughy. The smell is awful but that's just because we're not using very good peanut butter (always go organic, blar, cheap stuff is awful).

This is from my mate because I haven't tried them yet: "I LIKE THEM."

Okay, well, there you go.  ;D



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