I woke up at 5am, having urge of baking something easy. I flipped through my To Bake List, I selected this peanut butter biscuits, only required 3 ingredients, simple and easy. I can start making it immediately unlike other recipes that I need to wait for the butter to soften.
Recipe adapted from Corner Cafe.
Ingredients : makes 40 biscuits of each weigh about 9-10g
260g (1 cup) smooth peanut butter
170g (3/4 cup) caster sugar (I reduced to 100g)
1. Preheat oven to 180°C. Line baking sheets with baking paper.
2. Combine peanut butter, sugar and egg in a mixing bowl and mix well.
3. Roll dough into balls of about 10g each (or 20g each for bigger biscuits, about 1 tbsp).
4. Place balls onto lined baking sheet about 5cm apart, then flatten each ball lightly with a fork.
5. Bake for about 15 minutes or until browned lightly. (my biscuits still looked a bit pale after 15 mins baking so I baked additional 5 mins but the biscuits turned a bit charred after 3 mins of baking so I quickly removed the biscuits from oven.)
6. Stand biscuits 5 minutes before lifting onto cooling racks to cool.
When I sent in the biscuits to the oven to bake only for a few mins, the strong peanut butter aroma immediately filled up the whole house, smell really very nice! The biscuits tasted delicious and addictive, I brought more than half portion to my mum's place and was finished in mins :D, mostly by dear brother. This is an easy and simple recipe that yield fantastic result, definitely a keeper.
Oh Jess! 真的佩服你！Starts to bake so early in the morning ;DD Looks so yum..yum..ReplyDelete
I kowtow to your energy...lol! Woke up at 5am to bake! Then go to work? This recipe is interesting, is flourless. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
these cookies looks so yummy jess! i would love to have some right now!ReplyDelete
i like peanut very much.ReplyDelete
Baking at 5 in the morning? 你真行！I like this recipe too. Very simple, only 3 ingredients. :)ReplyDelete
peanut is my favour。ReplyDelete
yum yum ~~
its my favour also:)ReplyDelete
Oh gosh, 5 am....I salute you xDReplyDelete
The cookies look great! Simple and delicious...Thanks for sharing
Wow...that looks so simple and easy to make. I have been wanting to making peanut cookies....an easy one. I'm sure I have found the perfect one. Must keep this to try. Thanks very much for sharing. Hope you have a great day, Jess.ReplyDelete
ur cookies look very very delicious. In fact all ur cookies look very good.
U mean no flour is used in tis recipe?
Can we do an cookie exchange trm? hahahaReplyDelete
Wow, u bake so early in the morning...ReplyDelete
I bet these golden brown cookies tasted really good... Peanut butter- I am craving for it already.ReplyDelete
Thanks Ann. I sleep early will wake up early, I dun usually can sleep full 8 hrs :P.ReplyDelete
Yes Wen, I baked this on Sat morning :).
Jess, yes the cookies are yummy and easy, you can bake any time :).
Joceline, I like peanut too, but cannot eat a lot or else my waistline will complain hahaha....ReplyDelete
SSB, I always wake up very early, sometimes as early as 3am plus then I will go back to sleep at 5am plus heeheehee... Yes, this is a simple recipe, can bake any time.
Ching, me too, this is really yummy.
鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝, same same :).ReplyDelete
Jet, this cookie looks as good as the look, really yummy. And cos I sleep early so will wake up early, I am not a 8 hrs sleep person :P.
MaryMoh, do try it, this is a gd recipe.
Thanks Angel. Yes no flour, only 3 ingredients.ReplyDelete
Edith, I wish I can but the cookies finished liao :P.
Somewhere in Singapore, cos I woke up felt the urge of baking so I just went ahead :).
Shirley, this cookie really taste great, you just imagine you bite the peanut butter in hard format.hmmm... yummy!ReplyDelete
I believe you must find "baking" in your dream .... hahaha .. to wake up early in the morning to fulfill your dream. LOL. Your cookies look tasty!ReplyDelete
Only 3 ingredients? and no need to wait for the butter to soften? What a great recipe ^_^ReplyDelete
Wow, looks amazing! and so simple! Are these cookies chewy or crunchy?ReplyDelete
Jess, these peanut biscuits remind me of Chinese New Year. haha.... Actually, just 3 months away, isn't it? No jokes huh! Hope you're enjoying your evening.ReplyDelete
5am , wow! bet the house smells good early that day! I feel like grabbing a cookie. Happy Weekend!ReplyDelete
These look so good, I'm going to have to put them on my list xReplyDelete
This recipe is really easy hor and no flour needed.ReplyDelete
Wow! Great recipe, so easy!ReplyDelete
Easy and delicious peanut butter cookies!ReplyDelete
These look nice! Can KIV for CNY 2011!ReplyDelete
These look delicious and I happen to adore peanut butter. Bob and I have begun our travels so my visits here will be sporadic for some time to come. Know that I'll be thinking of you and will be a "regular" again on my return. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...MaryReplyDelete
Your biscuits "triggered" my hunger pang .. LOLReplyDelete
The recipe is a keeper, will try it soon. Can the creamy peanut butter replace by chuncky one?
Wow, those cookies look amazing!ReplyDelete
This is indeed an easy recipe! You very on leh woman... I would be begging to sleep another couple minutes every morning! But can imagine that urge..because I do that sometimes....but not so early horr!ReplyDelete
Only three ingredients - that is so fabulous. And no flour? Even nicer. They look very nice, good for a weekday afternoon...ReplyDelete
Jess, these look so good and heh you just reminded me of my empty cookie jar sitting on my office desk. Sigh! Can pass some over ... :PReplyDelete
DG, I think so too, thats why wake up so early already have urge of baking hahaha...ReplyDelete
Neyeeloh, yes simple, easy and straight forward :).
Thanks pigpigscorner. The cookies are crunchy but not those very crunchy type.
Kristy, yes the cookies very alike with CNY cookies :).ReplyDelete
Thanks How To Be Perfect, look forward for your bake too.
Yes, Little Corner of Mine, this is a super easy and straight forward recipe.ReplyDelete
Ellie, yes this recipe is great :).
Angie, you are right!
Cheah, it tasted nice too, good idea for CNY cookies.ReplyDelete
Mary, I am going to miss you a lot but so nice, how I wish I can join you for the travelling :P.
Esther, I believe can use chuncky peanut butter too.
Dimah, the cookies tasted amazing too :).ReplyDelete
Bee Bee, I very seow lah hahaha...
Indie.Tea, yes no flour, great right?
Jo, pass me your cookie jar :).ReplyDelete
How long can these last?
Hi Janice, according to Corner Cafer, can keep for 1-2 weeks.ReplyDelete
So simple yet SO wonderful! Delish!ReplyDelete
Great blog; happy I found you!
I made this yesterday! It tastes great! Keke.... Thanks ;)ReplyDelete