Lately, I've been seeing old magazine ads online. I don't know what it is about them that fascinates me so much, but when I saw some craft magazines from the 80s on the freebie table at the library this week, I scooped them up.
Then I saw the recipie for Quick Fixin', Taste Ticklin' Peanut Butter Cookies in the October 1984 issue of Creative Ideas for Living and knew how I was going to meet Judy's challenge to use sweetened condensed milk this week. Because how could I not try making cookies with biscuit mix?
This is a seriously strange recipie. And it's still around, on the Eagle Brand website. Except they've changed the name, added an egg, and increased the peanut butter.
I didn't care for them, but I'm not a big fan of peanut butter cookies. Hubby thought they were okay. The boys scarfed down the entire batch, but I'm not sure that's a compliment.
This post is linked to What's Cooking? at Patchwork Times.