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Very Good, i didnt use any baking soda in mine.

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t_ballet December 22, 2007

These were excellent. I made mine crispy. I can't believe there's no flour. Thanks, Clair.
*** I'm editing this to mention that I used a natural peanut butter made only from peanuts, not a popular brand PB with sugar and added fats in it. That could be why my cookies were not too flat.

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Kathy228 December 10, 2010

These were OK, at best. They tasted nice, however, they were way too thin and crispy. I think one egg would have been plenty.

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VerucaSalt February 05, 2009

I am amazed! These turned out wonderful. After baking the first pan, I did add 3 T. flour to the remaining dough since the first pan spread a bit. They stiffened right up. Might have been the peanut butter I used. I did the chewy 12 minute version. So quick and easy. Thanks for the recipe.

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nott March 11, 2008

mine came oou thin but they taste likeheaven thank you so much i love them claire de lune thank you again

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razzle rachel fo sho March 10, 2008

I made these for DH and we both thought they were ok. I remember making something similar in elementary school many many moons ago. I got pretty excited before making it. For some reason we both tasted a lot of baking soda. It gave it a weird flavor. I think if i cut back on the baking soda next time...it might be better. Other than that it was ok. I'll attempt it again.

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azchef39 July 02, 2007

I made these last night and they came out great! I made just like the recipie said and got 40 good sized cookies. I added chocolate chips to the last 1/3 of the batter and they were great too, except not as big. This will become my new peanut butter cookie recipe and my mother-in-law can eat them because they are gluten-free! Thanks

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xfiles_girl July 21, 2006

I made these for my Dad who is allergic to gluten. I followed the recipe exactly, but they didn't turn out that great. The biggest problem was that I made them even smaller than the receipe suggested, but they came out HUGE and all stuck together. I spaced them out farther on my 2nd pan, but they were still huge, not at all like the picture. The taste was pretty good.

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Mz.Nicholson January 01, 2006

A great tasting peanut butter cookie. You can't get any easier, I used natural peanut butter, splenda. I will be making these very often. It's great there is no flour. Thanks so much for posting this wonderful cookie recipe.

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Bev. E. November 19, 2005

These were absolutely perfect! We all loved them. They puffed up really nice during cooking and stayed chewy when cool. Next time, I 'll use fresher baking powder. I rolled them in sugar like traditional peanut butter cookies and that kept them from spreading so much. My gluten sensitive friends are all thrilled.

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Moonwych1313 December 12, 2011
No-Flour Peanut Butter Cookies