Soft, but not chewy. Just what I was looking for! I over-baked one batch by 2 minutes...I think the magic time for baking is 11-12 minutes. The bottoms were not dark at all in the batch that turned out perfectly!
I rarely eat a peanut butter cookie by itself—they should be consumed with something as a complement!
Vanilla cream---you can adjust the amount of sweetness to taste. Since the cookies are not super sweet, the cream being sweeter was a great complement!
1 container coconut cream, refrigerated with the excess liquid poured off before using (refrigerate for several hours and open from the “light” weight end of the container). I use Wilderness Family Naturals 8.45 ounce container , but you can use an 8 ounce can too.
Use a hand mixer to blend until smooth. Pipe or scoop onto one cookie and press another one on top to make a sandwich.
This isn't a very big snack, but it's very rich and peanut buttery...and satisfying! Full disclosure: This was my lunch today.
I made a travel snack kit to deliver to my Mom's house---I've learned to keep the "parts" of a snack separate until just before assembly. The cream will be refrigerated and the cookies won't---and I think that's how it should be!
Are you a peanut butter cookie fan? I never was in school–the pb cookies were so chewy (I’m all for a chewy chocolate chip cookie, but not peanut butter!). Peanut butter cookies, especially this one with pb and pb powder, are very rich and go great with ….Vanilla cream and a cup of coffee!
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