Recipe by JenRioux
"This is a recipe my mom and I have made every Christmas for almost 15 years. It is always a hit and has people begging for more and for the recipe! Sometimes I do two Hershey's® Kisses per cookie on some of the cookies."
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baking mix (such as Bisquick ®)
1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk (such as Eagle Brand®)
peanut butter (such as Jif®)
white sugar, or as needed
unwrapped milk chocolate candy kisses (such as Hershey's Kisses®), or as needed
Hello! I am the creator of this recipe and wanted to add that I sometimes add 2 kisses per cookie to some of the cookies to add extra chocolate for the chocolate lovers out there. Also you made need more sugar than a 1/4. I just pour sugar on a plate and roll the cookies. Last thing is I do believe the brands that you use make a big difference so I highly recommend using the brands listed above :) I have messed up and used reduced fat JIF PB and the cookies did not turn out as good at all! I hope you all enjoy this recipe and share with your friends and family :)
I was really disappointed by these.
Wow! Maybe the best peanut butter with kisses cookies I have ever eaten. The only additional thing I did was soften the peanut butter in the microwave so it blended quickly and easily in the batter. So much better because it's a simple recipe with items always on hand. Thanks Jennah!
Three (3) times I looked at this recipe ... Three times! Thinking to myself "Bisquick? Bisquick? Nooooooo way". And three times I came back, finally deciding oh what the heck - I'll give it a try. This was the EASIEST QUICKEST TASTIEST blossom recipe I've ever tried. No fuss - no frills - melt in your mouth delicious. I'm SO glad I came to my senses. Batter was a bit loose when I first made it - ended up throwing in maybe another quarter cup of baking mix (used the homemade stuff from AR recipe here), then let it sit in fridge for oh - maybe ten minutes. Eight minutes of baking was spot on (although I did leave them sit on the cookie sheet after pressing in the chocolate kiss while I prepared the next pan). So far I've already gotten 30 cookies ... will probably get another 10 out of them. Thank you SO much for recipe!
DELICIOUS, and so simple to make too! I used heart shaped chocolates in the middle for Valentine's day...This is gonna be my new go-to recipe for peanut butter blossoms...They are beautiful and perfect~YUM! Thanks for sharing. :)
I've been making these for 25 years and decided to try a new recipe based on the rave reviews. I too, was suspicious about the Bisquick. I give this four stars for convenience,creativity and pretty good taste. I personally like it a bit sweeter and more peanut-buttery, as I find other peanut butter blossom recipes, so these may appeal to someone who doesn't have quite the sweet tooth as I do! This is just a preference. I can taste the Bisquick, and find the Bisquick makes these a tad dry but a lovely shape. Also, I noticed that this recipe doesn't brown like traditional peanut butter blossoms, so don't overbake. Thanks for the convenient recipe!
I'm not a fan of PB cookies but my family liked these - they say the cookies taste better the day after baking. I was worried the natural peanut butter I used might do something strange to the dough but it was fine. I don't usually have baking mix or Hersheys Kisses around the house so don't know if I'll be making these again anytime soon but if you have absolutely no time to bake and need to produce something in a hurry these are quick and easy.
This is the first time I made these cookies, and I really enjoyed them, and they were so simple to make too! I think that they were a little dry, but other than that, they were really good.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Jennah's Famous Peanut Butter Blossoms
Serving Size: 1/30 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 30
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 63
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