Monday, December 07, 2009

Peanut Butter Blossoms

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I like having a daughter who can bake all by herself. Grace made these delicious Peanut Butter Blossoms for a Christmas party this evening. I hope they last until then!

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

The cookies look wonderful, Kelli. The apple doesn't fall too far from the tree, I see.

Glad to see you blogging.

I just love your site.

Barb

Anonymous said...

Hi Kelli!

The cookies look delicious. Grace did a wonderful job!

God Bless,
Hillary

Connie said...

Squeeeeeeal, chocolate and peanut butter! Can it get it any better than that, chick? Love it. Teach them to cook while young. My 30 yr old granddaughter is just learning to cook while expecting her first baby. That's what grandmas are for, right?
xoxo,
Connie

Susan said...

Having a daughter who bakes is both a blessing and a trial! LOL Our daughter is a wonderful baker, but the temptation when she bakes is awful! ;) Your daughter's cookies look delicious.

Jill said...

Love your blog, you inspired me and my daughter to make these this afternoon BUT I have to say, in the nicest way, after making this recipe I got out mine and I do prefer it. More sugar, less peanut butter, no milk- less heat. These were kinda crumbly, but we did double it. Were yours? Just curious.

Anonymous said...

Boy, Grace, I wished you lived near me. I sure could use your help. I have to bake the cookies for our fellowship time at Church next Sunday. I was thinking about making the same cookies you made for your party....plus a couple of other kinds. It looks like you are getting pretty good in the kitchen. I am sure those cookies were yummy!

Have fun at the party. I bet it is your Faith Keepers Group. Love, Debbi

Heather said...

Oh me those look soooo good!!!! Stay warm this week it is going to be cold! Well after tomorrow...lol

Carmen said...

We make these every Christmas! One of our favorites. Yum!

Deborah said...

Yum! One of my favorite Christmas time recipes.

Blessings!
Deborah

horse loving lineman's wife said...

Yum!!

Kelli said...

Hi Jill!
I'm glad you and your daughter got to make some cookies, too! We took our cookies out a little early and let them finish baking on the pans, so they were very soft. I did think they could use a bit more sugar though. :0)
~Kelli

Nana K said...

Yum!! These cookies look delicious :)

Terri said...

They look delicious!

Love Bears All Things said...

I saw these in Good Housekeeping Magazine and they are on my list to make, possibly today. I want to make some of my Christmas goodies ahead so I'd best get started. Today is the 8th after all.
I know it is wonderful to just let the girls choose something to make in the kitchen. I used to do that with mine. What a help it is.
Mama Bear

PEA said...

I make these often and they sure don't last too long! lol Grace did a wonderful job making them, they look soooo delicious! xoxo

PattieJ said...

Mmmmmm those look delish!! What a great job!

Pattie

Country Sweetie said...

One of my favorite cookies! I think I'll make some with the kids this week. :o) I have missed reading your posts while you were away. There's just something so heartwarming and charming about your blog.. Reading your blog is like sitting down in a comfy chair with a cup of tea and a Susan Branch Heart of Home book. ♥

TJ said...

Those are my fav cookies! Yum!

*Ulrike* said...

It's great when they can start cooking, even better when they invite you to their house to bake cookies!!

Kimberly said...

Can I tell you how much I LOVE these cookies? Too much to make them, that's for sure! I would just eat them all! Tell Grace they look lovely!!!

Heather said...

Yummy cookies - and I agree - having another baker in the house is such a blessing - our Dreamer is quite accomplished with her Snickerdoodles and oatmeal cookies!

Hen Jen said...

these are my very fav cookie, unfortunately I have no will power and will eat like 10 in one evening, so I hardly ever make them!