Recipe by Lynn
"Peanut Blossoms made with sweetened condensed milk."
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1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
granulated sugar for decoration
milk chocolate candy kisses, unwrapped
This came out great! Quick and easy! I wasn't sure what "mix" to use, I had some bisquick and some Jiffy, and used one cup of each. Turned out great!
My kids really like them, but I'm a bit disappointed. I followed the directions exactly. They were very easy though.
At Christmas I roll these cookies in the red and green sugar cyrstals instead of just granualteds sugar. They look so pretty
The few ingredients make these way too easy for as great as they taste. Was looking for Christmas cookie recipes to use up extra kisses from my wedding reception... ended up buying more kisses to make more cookies! The pb taste isn't over-roasted or overwhelming like most pb cookies. Nice and sweet but not too sweet. Don't bake them too long or the edges will separate when you press in the kiss. They may seem doughy when you add the kiss, but after returning to the oven to melt the kiss a bit, they are just perfect! They stayed soft and delish even days after baking, and looked cute too.
This recipe makes the absolute best Peanut Butter Cookies an it is the easiest by far - no need to try any other recipe.
These are excellent cookies and turn out moist and chewy. Very rich though!
I love these cookies! This is essentially the same recipe as on the Hershey's website, except they say to insert the chocolate when the cookies are done - not to put back in oven afterwards. And that is how I made them. I think the chocolate would get way too soft/melty if you put back in oven. Using the recipe as is, I ended up with 35 cookies - of course, it depends on how big you make them - they look cuter smaller. I prefer these with the Hershey's kisses with almonds.
This is my favorite cookie recipe of all time. They are easy to make and stay soft. They have a lighter peanut butter taste that isn't as overwhelming as most peanut butter cookies. Everyone loves them and asks me for them all the time!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Peanut Blossoms
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 127
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