Made these today to take to the pool for a day before school starts party. They were gone in a flash. Adults and kids devoured them. I made the dough balls 5/8 ounces each and froze them. Baked to the perfect size. So quick and easy to put together at the last minute. Even picky kids loved these and were licking their fingers. Will definately make these again.
Very fun cookie and easy to make! Just lucky it is gluten free - because it doesn't taste like you are sacrificing anything !
Bake with caution! I know people who would kill for these... others that would die for just a taste! This is the ultimate "last meal" cookie. Could I give them higher praise I would - but there are no words to describe the joyful sensation of one of these babies coming alive in your mouth with the taste of peanut-butter and bitter-sweet chocolate.
My first batch were a bit big as I might not have "1 inch ball" down to well. Third sheet - I rebelled and pushed the balls down with my spatula. They came out more manageable. The others look over-the-top decadent. (I'm making another two batches on Sunday!)
These cookies are delicious! I made some for a bake sale at school and they were really popular. They're peanut butter-y and chocolate-y, but not too sweet.
These cookies are great as sandwiches... my daughter likes to eat the peanut butter cookies all by themselves too. Very easy to make.
I made these with 'natural' almond butter that I wanted to use up and they were great-- super easy to make and very tasty. I didn't do the chocolate filling (yet)-- I may eat all the cookies before I get around to the filling.
Awesome awesome recipe. Great for people who are glutten intolerant.
I am a cook and never bake, these were so easy and fabulous
These were fantastic! Easy to make and everyone raved...
delicious cookies- I have already made w/ both bittersweet & semi/sweet choc- much prefer the semi/sweet- remember to store w/ marshmallows to keep soft- a little more time consuming than I expected.