Wednesday, February 13, 2013

{What's Cooking?} Quick Fixin', Taste Ticklin' Peanut Butter Cookies

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.


Missie of Traditional Primitives said...

Too funny! I don't like peanut butter cookies either, but tried them before Christmas and used Nutella instead of Peanut Butter. They were out of this world delish! Check my posts just before Christmas and I posted the recipe. Mmm, maybe I need to make some!! :-)

Granny said...

That is funny! Thank you for accepting the challenge and trying new recipes. BTW, I also love finding old recipes!


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