I would stay close though,
because if you are lucky enough to eat one of these cookies while they are still warm, you may never touch another cookie again.
Last year after Thanksgiving, my mother-in-law and I were talking about our plans for Christmas. There are several people in our family that are gluten sensitive and I was thinking about treats that I could make that would be flourless or gluten-free with as little effort as possible. As much as I love my family, I would prefer to spend time with them, rather than just baking for them. You know?
I had settled on this old fashioned peanut butter cookie recipe that is made without flour when my mother-in-law was telling me how she wasn't really feeling up to making cookies this year.
I know how much she loves baking with the grandkids when they come in town and it just broke my heart to think about her missing that.
So, I decided to mix her several batches of cookie batter and freeze them so she could make cookies, without all the work. I used a 1 tablespoon cookie scooper to portion them out into balls and wrote the directions on each Ziploc freezer bag.
I was pretty excited to see what she did with them. When I looked for the old fashioned peanut butter cookies, much to my surprise she used the recipe to make peanut butter blossom cookies. I was so thrilled by her creativity.
I honestly didn't see more potential than a peanut butter cookie, but Gigi had the vision for these 4-Ingredient Peanut Butter Blossom cookies. They are absolutely amazing. They are soft and billowy, chewy and peanut buttery! You are going to love them.
With love from our simple kitchen to yours.
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