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Who needs a holiday to bake peanut butter cookie recipes?


National Peanut Butter Cookie Day is June 12th. At least, in the United States, it’s Peanut Butter Cookie Day.

What? Are they kidding?

Peanut butter lovers, we ought to assemble and occupy. Do we really need an official holiday, just to bake our favorite peanut butter cookie recipes.

Think about it. Can you almost smell that sweet peanut butter aroma? Are you already imagining the delight of bending and breaking a gooey, chewy fresh-baked peanut butter cookie?
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Don’t fight those cravings.

Sample and splurge. Why not try one of these delicious peanut butter cookie recipes? On June 12th, it’s practically a patriotic duty – at least, in America.

Warm from the oven, peanut butter cookies can't be beat. – if you like peanut butter that is, or if you or your family are not allergic. The smell brings kids running in my house.

Peanut butter blossoms are a wonderful treat anytime.  Anyone who enjoys a mouth-watering blend of chocolate and peanut butter will go crazy over these cookies.  They are simple to make, and kids will look forward to placing chocolate kisses on the cookies before eating them. 

Hamburger Cookies – Emma Salk
Try some delicious hamburger cookies for a special occasion or tonight’s dessert. They don't sound all that appetizing? You'll think differently when you taste them. You can make the hamburger cookies from scratch or you can cheat and make them from store-bought cookies.

With just a few ingredients, this recipe is super yummy and happens to be gluten-free for those of you out there with wheat or gluten issues. These peanut butter cookies are sure to bring two thumbs up from your family and friends.

The following no-bake cookie recipe is just as easy to make as any bake oatmeal cookies. This recipe is one my mother made when we were kids.
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Peanut Butter Cookies – Rachelle de Bretagne
Peanuts are wonderfully healthy, and it is little wonder that they are used in so many recipes. Not only can you enjoy serving these cookies, but you can rest assured that you are offering your guests a healthy alternative which is delicious.

Eating healthy doesn't mean never enjoying dessert. Here is a great recipe for no sugar peanut butter bacon cookies that you can grab without guilt.

Peanut Butter Drops – Christine Pirello
If these cookies got any easier — or any yummier — then they would make themselves. Cookie cravers have no excuses for not baking healthy treats now!

I'm always coming up with new ideas for my favorite kinds of candy. If you love Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, you may want to try the following ideas.
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Gee, maybe every day should be Peanut Butter Cookie Day.

Of course, bakers must beware of peanut allergies, as those who are affected may react dangerously to peanuts or peanut oils. But for those free of such concerns, peanut butter cookies are a tasty, tempting treat indeed.

Make ‘em with chocolate chips, M&Ms, raisins or chopped peanuts. Choose crunchy or creamy peanut butter. However you bake them, these mighty morsels top the menu on Peanut Butter Cookie Day.
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  • Granny's Favorite Chewy Ginger Cookies – Oh, snap! Who doesn't love ginger snaps, especially when those molasses-filled treats are soft and chewy? Try this tasty traditional cookie recipe on your own family, and you will discover why I begged my grandmother to write it down for me years ago.
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