Simple Peanut Butter Cookies
Simple Peanut Butter Cookies
Prep
15min
Total
15min
Servings
12
Ingredients
5
Level
Easy
Prep
15min
Total
15min
Servings
12
Ingredients
5
Level
Easy
Recipe by: Jordan and Clark Cord
Simple Peanut Butter Cookies
Prep:15minTotal:15minServes:12
Ingredients
Directions
  1. Add almonds, peanut putter, dates, and vanilla to a food processor and blend until the mixture is dough-like. It may appear to be slightly dry, but it should stick together. If it’s really too dry, add a small splash of water or almond milk and mix it in with your hands.
  2. Set aside a plate or cookie sheet lined with parchment. Use your hands to form the mixture into small balls.
  3. After you’ve finished all of the dough, it’s time to make the criss-cross! Press down gently with a fork to create the pattern. Sprinkle with a hint of sea salt.
  4. The cookies stay good in the refrigerator for at least one week — but they probably won’t last that long.
Ingredients
Directions
  1. Add almonds, peanut putter, dates, and vanilla to a food processor and blend until the mixture is dough-like. It may appear to be slightly dry, but it should stick together. If it’s really too dry, add a small splash of water or almond milk and mix it in with your hands.
  2. Set aside a plate or cookie sheet lined with parchment. Use your hands to form the mixture into small balls.
  3. After you’ve finished all of the dough, it’s time to make the criss-cross! Press down gently with a fork to create the pattern. Sprinkle with a hint of sea salt.
  4. The cookies stay good in the refrigerator for at least one week — but they probably won’t last that long.
Directions
  1. Add almonds, peanut putter, dates, and vanilla to a food processor and blend until the mixture is dough-like. It may appear to be slightly dry, but it should stick together. If it’s really too dry, add a small splash of water or almond milk and mix it in with your hands.
  2. Set aside a plate or cookie sheet lined with parchment. Use your hands to form the mixture into small balls.
  3. After you’ve finished all of the dough, it’s time to make the criss-cross! Press down gently with a fork to create the pattern. Sprinkle with a hint of sea salt.
  4. The cookies stay good in the refrigerator for at least one week — but they probably won’t last that long.
Notes

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Jordan and Clark Cord

Chef: 

I’m Jordan – I spend 93% of my free time in the kitchen. I work nights at an awesome bowling alley. I am a fruit freak and I love seafood far too much to live in a land-locked state. My hobbies include trying new restaurants and drinking wine with my other half, Clark. Together, we make up the team at The Fitchen.