Thursday, December 16, 2010

Easy Peanut Butter Kisses


 I just LOVE chocolate and peanut butter!
Put them together in a cookie and I'm on cloud 9.

These are the
e a s i e s t
peanut butter cookies ever.

~ A favorite of all for Christmas ~

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Ingredients

  • 1 (14 oz.) can Eagle Brand® Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 to 1 1/4 cups Jif Natural Creamy Peanut Butter {I use all Natural Jif - with 0 hydros in it}
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 cups biscuit baking mix  {Heart Healthy kind}
  • Sugar -for topping  and the KISSES go on right after they come out of the oven.
 What is the first cookie do you take from the cookie tray?
Which ones disappear first!?
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Dear family and friends,
I hope you are enjoying everything that leads up to Christmas Day.
Wonderful Christmas moments can happen every day.
Sharing the love of our Savior, even in the smallest of ways, 
makes Christmas real all year long.

15 comments:

Julie Harward said...

Thanks for sharing the easy/yummy recipe! My favorite! You have a great week :D

It's me said...

Christmas is of course much more than eating cookies !! hahahah!! i am so glad we know that.......God is great....i can't live my life without him.......love you darling...enjoy .....love Ria....but your cookies looks very yammie yammie!!

Bela said...

Oh dear MAria!!! They are delicious I am sure!!!! So so in need of a tiny tiny bite...I would give my whole kingdom for one, just one like that...
Much love, dear friend!! Bela

Dianne said...

Oh this looks good--I'm going to try them--

and I love what you said about Christmas all year long--

Praying that all your days leading up to Christmas are filled with the wonder of Him--

Love,
Dianne

Diana said...

Hi Maria!
I love those cookies but I dare not make them in my house. Katie is allergic to peanuts and she can't even handle the smell of it! If I want a peanut butter sandwich, I have to go eat it in the closet, LOL!
Have a few for me O.K.?
Love Di ♥

koralee said...

These do look yummy my friend...I am having a baking morning on Sat. with my daughters....these cookies will have to be on our list!

Sounds like you are enjoying every moment of this sweet season. Wish I could pop on over and enjoy a nice cup of Christmas tea with you. xoxoxoxoo Hugs for a great day with your students....it is soooo busy at school right now...Christmas concert,etc.

Hugs. xooxxo

I Love Pretty Little Things said...

Mmmmmm, Mmmmmmm, Mmmmmmm!!!!! I need to get busy on my baking, too. Such a fun part of the holidays.

I love the "Joy" doll on your sidebar. She is so pretty.

Joyce

Julie Harward said...

Maria, I got the wrap for my cakes (and yes, same pic, I use it every year because it is the same every year!) at Walmart. You can find it in the dried flower section. :D

Anita said...

Hi sweet Maria!! Lovely cookies!! Luis and Cristian made oatmeal cookies last week, and they did a great job! I'm looking forward to the flan he makes and the Tembleque:-) Thanks for stopping by. Wish you could come over for real!!

Gloria said...

YUM! These look so good! Thanks for sharing this easy, but delicious, recipe. Cookies are a very favorite around here...:)

Your Joy doll is so sweet. Very pretty!!!

I hope you are having a wonderful day and enjoying this Christmas season to it's fullest.

Love,
Gloria xoxo

april said...

Mmmmm. My mother used to make these. Not quite the same recipe, but looks the same and they are so good. Another favorite of hers is her chocolate chip cookies and her gingersnaps! I don't have a sweet tooth, but those two I can not resist. Happy baking!

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Your cookies look pretty as well as delicious. I am more a cake baker, really should try cookies more often. Cookies covered with chocolate disappear first from my cookie tray. I hope you have embraced your cake pan by now ^_^
Strong words. sweet Maria, I totally agree upon your last three sentences.
I have just returned from school, teachers and parents did a Christmas theatre play on stage, accompanied by piano music and children choir, These last days before the Christmas holidays are always so special, aren't they? Enjoy the very last day, a merry lovely happy Friday, sweet sweet Maria. xxxx

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I thought this was going to be the recipe I use for peanut butter kisses, but it is very different! I'm saving this one, I love peanut butter and chocolate together!

Hazelmarie Elliott (Mattie) said...

These look delicious! I'm going to try your recipe this evening. I only hope mine turns out like your picture!

Happy holidays,
M.D.

Roo said...

YUMMO!! those are the best! my mama makes them every christmas....i agree...chocolate and peanut butter is so so good. xo