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Gluten-free/Dairy-Free Recipe: Peanut Butter cookies

Here is the recipe for the yummiest chewy PB cookies ever. My teenagers love them, as well as my co-workers, and none of them even need a GF diet.  I always have to make a double batch - my kids like to eat them for breakfast! :)

Makes 12-15 large cookies, or 24 smaller cookies.

1 C. peanut butter
1 C. sugar
1 large egg (use egg substitute if you want to go egg-free)
1 tsp. pure vanilla

Mix these four ingredients very briefly, just to combine. Don't overmix - this is the key to the cookie's texture.

Scoop very full spoonfuls onto a prepared cookie sheet. OR, I use scant ice cream scoopfuls (to stretch the dough to 24 cookies, in a nice round shape).

Bake at 350 for exactly 12 minutes.

EDITED TO ADD:

I ran this through the Weight Watchers Recipe Builder. For a batch of 24 cookies, 1 cookie = 3 PointsPlus value. 2 (of 24) = 5 PointsPlus.

 

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