Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 10 min./batch + cooling
Makesabout 2-1/2 dozen
Great GF option. Inside is moist and tender. Tips: use parchment paper on pan; ensure butter is room temp; beat sugar and butter with mixer until creamy so dough sticks together after beating in egg and vanilla; to avoid crumbling, don’t press the kiss too hard into the hot cookie; cool a couple minutes before removing from pan; any cracks can be gently shaped back into the cookie.
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I didn't have regular peanut butter so i used crunchy peanut butter instead. They were small when they came out of the oven, but they were still good to my surprise ??
First time I made these they crumbled esasily as other reviewers have stated. I made them again yesterday and followed the advice of SSublett in her review and added 1/4 cup four. That really helped them stay together. If I make again I will definitely reduce the sugar as it is to sweet.
Ive made these flourless cookies for years! they are great! and for those of you who have not made them and don't believe the ones in the picture have no flour why don't you try the recipe for yourself! I think you’ll have to eat your words! lol
These were the first cookies I've made and im loving them. I like how you don't need many ingredients
I have made these for years without flour. One of my "go to" recipes now that myself and daughter are Celiac. Also, Hershey's Kisses are gluten free. Can't make enough!
The recipe was great!!! Everyone loved them.
Made these the first time tonight. They came out amazing. My whole family had one. They were fine without flour and was happy they were gluten free. Any suggestions for another dessert i can make.
made these the first time tonight. They are an acceptable gluten free recipe if you use a gf chocolate kiss. Wonderful. I prefer them with flour but these are not bad and as for people who claim they do not stick together, not sure what recipe you made but they were just like making them normally. Thank you for this recipe!