Peanut Butter Cookies are a classic. There’s just something about the cross-hatch fork marks that let you know you’re in for something good. Well, most of the time. The perfect texture of peanut butter cookies can be a bit elusive, in my opinion. Too dry, too crunchy, too crumbly, too thin, etc… No longer a problem! These peanut butter cookies are foolproof. They are just crisp enough on the outside, but maintain their softness inside. They retain their shape better than nearly every other recipe version I’ve tried, and they’re packed with peanut flavor due to the addition of dry roasted peanuts.
A couple of nights ago, some of my girl friends came over to my house for what was the first of hopefully many future Pinterest Parties. Everyone brought an appetizer to share (from Pinterest of course), and we just sat around and chatted, and did a craft too. It was a really nice, relaxing girls night. I highly recommend planning one with your friends. It’s super easy to plan, and fun to see what each other comes up with.
Appetizers: Hawaiian Roll Sliders, Reuben Dip, Buffalo Chicken Dip, and Black Bean Pizza. Everything was delicious!
Craft: DIY Sharpie Mugs
Party Favor: Cranberry White Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix