We made super easy peanut butter cookies...we mixed together 1 cup of peanut butter, 1 cup of sugar, and 1 egg.
We rolled the dough into balls and pressed imprint "fossils" into the dough using our playdough stampers. We baked the cookies for 8 to 10 minutes at 350.
Fun and simple!
(please excuse E's dirty fingernails...they are not actually dirty, but are dyed with tie-dye).
The inspiration for making fossil cookies came from here.
I really like the idea and I am so curious about your cookie recipe... did they taste good? I have never heard of a recipe like that before! Anyway, were doing dinosaurs in two weeks in our homeschool, so I think I will be using this idea! I just hope that I can remember where I got the idea from!!ReplyDelete
I make this recipe all the time for my gluten free son- they are great!!Delete
This recipe is the only way we make peanut butter cookies...they are easy & very yummy!ReplyDelete
I have been making these for over 25 years now. Chunky peanut butter works best I think.ReplyDelete
LOVE THE FOSSIL IDEA!! I've have to remember that one for birthday parties!ReplyDelete
I make them like that all the time. They are very tasty, but keep a glass of water nearby. You will need it ;)ReplyDelete
I have been making these cookies for years. I taught my kids how to make them when they were only seven and eight years old. Easy, and yes...delicious!ReplyDelete
I added chocolate chips!ReplyDelete
so no flour?ReplyDelete
Yes, there is no flour, I've been making these for years. I make these all year long but mainly Christmas and I have many request for them. Super easy and really good, I take mine out right as there start to get a light brown around the edges and they stay nice and chewy in the center. I also add Reese's peanut butter chips or Chocolate chips depending on what everyone wants.Delete