Easy peanut butter cookies 4 ingredients and no flour/butter/milk. They are the best, actually addictive!
How fast time keep proceeding its phases. It's amazing and sometime distressing to know that the year which we had labeled as 'new' is now going to be 'old'. 2014 is officially have become our past - The past, which we had planned as our future a year back and planted too many seeds of dreams in our mind for those 365 days and now.. at the end, we are coming to know that how far we've accomplished our ambition and resolution in that year.
Looking back at the whole year, it was lucky, happy and even harsh and deplorable, but above all else, I learnt eminently in 2014 that lead me to be a better person at the end. The world out there has so much to offer and to learn from, blogging is one of them and I'm pretty proud of being the part of it. Meeting bloggers over communities and social medias, and connecting with them was an immense experience. I learnt so much from them in respect to writing, photographing and cooking/baking. To talk further and straight over this blogging year, my recipes (Best of a year can be seen in my Blogiversary Post) got featured on various websites and blog, traffic increased, photography and writing level rose and now I can say I WAS a bad writer and photographer in past. Today, I'm not good but at least better then before and I see this as improvement which is needless to say is the best thing happen in 2014. In this past year, my Instagram account crazed up with 1000+ followers which got featured on Dawn.com and Siddysays blog. I've collected good amount of baking essentials, photography items and cookbooks in this year that broke all the records of my 20 years history and looking at all of them I'm certain that my love for this blog and making it special one is rising enthusiastically. I wasn't that fond of these things before starting blog and now they seem to the part of my living. In a nutshell, this was the huge year of blogging and food which lead me to gain a good kg of weight and now I'm missing 2013-of-myself.
Let's delve into the last recipe of 2014..
They claim to be the best and easy Peanut butter cookies in the whole baking planet and they really are. Chewy, chuncky and soft texture will just melt in your mouth with the real peanut butter flavor. It has nothing complicated to deal with just a bowl and fork do best with the simple four ingredients to develop these mini beauties in minutes.
For an extra note: Do not remove or pressed while they are freshly baked out oven because they would be so soft and hot and could break down easily. These cookies harden as they reach to room temperature and can stay fresh for a week in air tight jar.
make about 1 dozen.
- 1/2 cup chunky peanut butter
- 1/3 cup white sugar
- 1 small egg, beaten
- 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
- Pre heat the oven to 180 C (375 F)
- Min all the ingredients in a mixing bowl with fork.
- Roll the dough into small balls about 1 inch and place over lined baking sheet.
- Bake for about 10 to 15 minutes until a light golden brown. (keep checking them after 10 minutes)
- Remove from the oven and let them cool on a cooling rack.
& Here's to lots of success, cakes and fun in 2015, ENJOY!
Do you have any Recipe request for 2015, let me know in the comments!