Bakeathon 2016, Day 2
My New Year resolution has been constant for years now. Weigh loss. Its not a resolution, its a prayer actually. Its almost like me closing my years and praying to all theGods to grant me this wish where I am ten kilos lighter immediately. Like Magic! My fervent prayers and wishes have gone unanswered all these years. So in 2016, my resolution stayed the same, but I decided to take small steps towards weight loss. One major decision was that I won’t bake without an occasion. As you clearly can see, I cannot be left with butter and sugar, all by myself!!
The point of the entire speech is that, I am not able remember why I made these cookies. I clearly remember that these were very easy to make and also that it tasted good (if you like peanut butter, that is!). But no clue about the occasion. I made these in early 2016, about two weeks after my solemn promise not to bake anymore than its absolutely necessary. Apparently that’s the maximum period of time I can hold on to my resolutions ;-). Anyway, I am fine since I did stop baking altogether except for birthdays of friends and family. And at this point, I am happy that I have these cookies to share for today’s post :-)
Recipe adapted from Food.com
- 2 cups peanut butter
- 2 cups sugar
- 2 eggs
- 2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 cup chocolate chips (optional)
- Heat oven to 180 C. Grease and line three baking trays with parchment paper.
- Beat together the peanut butter and sugar with a hand mixer until smooth.
- Add eggs, one at a time, beating it in until combined.
- Add the baking soda and vanilla extract. Mix it gently and evenly using your hands or a silicone spatula.
- Now, add the chocolate chips and carefully mix it in with your hands or the spatula.
- Make 1 inch balls off the dough. Flatten them and line them in a baking tray. The cookies spread, so leave enough space when placing in the pan.
- Bake for about 10 minutes. The cookies are overdone if the edges are brown.
- Take the cookies off the oven. These are delicate, so do not touch them for at least 5 minutes. Let it rest in the pan itself.
- Once they are cool, store in airtight containers.
- This recipes makes about 3 dozen medium cookies.
This is part of the Bake-a-thon 2016
8 thoughts on “Flourless Peanut cookies”
Flourless cookies look so good and nicely baked..I love those cracks on top..
Looks yumm rajani!
Wow, these peanut butter cookies look amazing and without flour — that is amazing.
amazing for peanut fanatics with no flour!!
Flourless cookies turned out perfect.
I never keep up resolutions, i dont follow. Weigh loss a big decision especially for me. Those flourless cookies looks scrumptious Rajani.
Flourless cookies is just wow!!
Cookies turned out so good and perfectly baked.