Peanut butter chocolate chip cookies...


Okay.. I admit it.. pronouncing their name is harder than making them... I wonder by the way how the automatic translator will translate them hahaha... but they are delicious, their smell alone leaves you mouthwatering not to mention the taste...

What do you need?

225g peanut butter

100g sugar

1 egg

2 bars of milk chocolate

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Method:

Put the peanut butter, sugar and egg in a bowl and stir everything thoroughly.

Put the mixture aside for a while and cut the chocolate into small pieces.

Cover a baking sheet with baking paper.

Take a little of the peanut butter mixture and roll small balls from it. 

Put these balls well spread on the baking sheet and press them flat.

Push a few pieces of chocolate in.

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cookingforramadan

Preheat the oven to 180ºC (175ºC in a convection oven) and bake until golden brown for about 10 minutes.

Remove the cookies from the oven and spread them with a spatula on a grate to cool.

Pay attention because the cookies are still soft and very fragile when they just come out of the oven.

Allow the biscuits to cool.

That's gonna be feast..

Delicious by the way with a cup of fresh mint tea or a cup of coffee.

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