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Peanut Butter Cookies

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As Chinese New Year is just around the corner, here is another tasty easy cookie that I adapted from a Chinese cookbook. Love these softly crumbled melt in the mouth Peanut Butter Cookies as they were fragrant and crunchy with the chopped peanuts in it. It's great to pack this in a gift box to friends and relatives during the festive new year. Remember to use a plain round nozzle tip (tip #1A) to pipe out the rough peanut butter, otherwise you'll have difficulty in piping if other nozzle tips are used.


Peanut Butter Cookies

    Ingredients:
    (A)
    200g Soft butter
    160g Peanut butter, crunchy, (you can use creamy type and increase the chopped peanuts) 
    1 tsp Vanilla extract

    (B)
    100g Icing sugar

    (C)
    2 Eggs (60g each), lightly beaten

     (D)
     240g Plain flour - sifted

    (E)
     35g Peanut, chopped and toasted or store bought (you may like to add more)

     Method:
  • In a mixing bowl, add soft butter, peanut butter jam and vanilla extract together at low speed and mix well. Then add icing sugar into it, mix well again.
  • Gradually add in beaten eggs in 3-4 batches and mix well.
  • Lastly pour in sifted flour in 2 batches and fold well with a rubber spatula, then add chopped peanut into it, mix well.
  • Add batter into piping bag with nozzle tip #1A. Then pipe small circles on non-stick baking sheet with about half inches apart.
  • Bake at preheated oven 180 degrees C for about 13-15 minutes.
  • Remove from heat and cool on wire rack then store cookies in an airtight container.

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33 comments:

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  1. Wah, like u're making to sell! Presentation is simply spectacular, Ann! Happy CNY!

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  2. You know the best way to eat peanut butter cookies? With a tall glass of cold milk. Love it! Peanut butter cookies are an American favorite.

    Cheers.
    Velva

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  3. Hi Ann, my kids love peanut butter and are sure to enjoy this. One more cookie on the to do list!

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  4. Ann,
    I made peanuts cookies too but without the peanut butter.
    Yours is a special type. I must try yours.
    Guess what? I have been so greedy, o bookmarking lots if new year recipes..don't think can try all of it.LOL

    mui

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  5. Beautiful packaging to go with my favourite peanut cookies! Come, let me help you to finish this box, no problem, hehe!

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  6. Happy New Year Ancoo Journal!! I have not been here in a while, it is good to find your web site again, it is beautiful!! I would like to make the Danish butter cookies you posted recently, but I am having trouble converting your measurements to our American cups/tablespoon measurements. Do you actually weigh everything?

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    1. Hi Coleens, Thanks for coming to my site. I've already converted the measurements in cup in the Danish butter cookies recipe. Please have a look.
      Happy Baking!

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  7. 包装很高贵也。很美丽。这个应该很香脆的吧!

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  8. 我好多年没有吃过这个花生饼了,呵呵呵!

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  9. Ann , are you still accepting orders ? lol Those cookies look delicious . I'm sure anybody will be very happy to receive such a yummy and beautifully packaged box of cookies !

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  10. Ann,我也想做叻,可惜太多东西要做了。。。

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  11. 花生饼我喜欢
    不过今年没有做,我来偷吃了:)

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  12. Wow Ann.. Your packaging looks very pro...

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  14. 我喜欢这种类型的花生饼。
    (softly crumbled melt in the mouth)

    也可以想象得到它是多么的香。^^

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  15. they look kinds cute and i like your packaging idea!

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  16. Guess it is almost new years! And what a way this would be to celebrate.

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  17. My husband loves PEANUT BUTTER! These look really heavenly, Ann.

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  18. These are great for CNY! :) I always make butter cookies and this is nice for a change. THanks for sharing and have a great weekend.

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  19. Sounds like a quick and easy recipe! Just what I need :)
    Thank you Ann!

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  20. Hi Ann, this cookies very addictive and great to go with coffee. Lovely presentation.

    Have a nice weekend, regards.

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  21. I want to try this! :) Thanks for sharing the recipe ;)

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  22. I like peanut cookies ...since I don't make any cookies this yr, come here to tapao

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  23. hmm...我随着花生味飘来了
    简单的一款饼干,Ann都包装的那么美
    赞(^_−)−☆

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  24. Ann, great to see you back in action again. Hope you're well. Hope I can have some of your cookies cause this year I'm not making any. hehe....
    Hope you're having a lovely day.
    Kristy

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  25. I love peanut butter cookies and yours is really perfect for Chinese New Year. Looks delicious! Happy Chinese New Year, Ann!

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  26. These peanut butter cookies sure look good & tempting! YUM!

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  27. Love this recipe! Will be linking back to this in my upcoming post :)

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    1. Hi Maria, Thank you very much for visiting :)

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  28. Hello Friends and Readers,
    Thank you very much for your awesome Compliments :)

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  29. Hi Anncoo! Thanks again for sharing this recipe. I've tested it today! But again, I could not make pretty cookies like yours! I guess I still need more practice. Anyway, the cookies taste nice and crunchy! Happy New Year to you and family! Huat Ah! :-)

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  30. I love peanut butter cookies and yours look really soft and buttery. Must be very delicious! :)

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  31. Is the batter on the creamy side? Cos Im thinking of doing the shape like Danish butter cookie.

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