Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies only require 6 ingredients to create perfectly soft and delicious cookies with a cute little kiss on top. Chocolate peanut butter lovers will devour these!
Peanut butter lovers of the world, here is a cookie with your name on it! These Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies are delicious and easy to make—they only require five ingredients plus a kiss for the top! We’ve got nutty, salty, sweet and chocolate covered in one magical morsel. They are both darling and delicious!
Where is the flour in Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies?
It may seem a little different to make a cookie without flour, but this delicious dough doesn’t require any flour. Perk: that makes them a great treat for gluten-free cookie lovers.
Do I need to add the chocolate kisses?
No, you don’t have to “Kiss” your cookies. Without the Hershey Kiss, you still have a delicious peanut butter cookie. Once the cookies are formed into dough balls, simply press a criss-cross into the tops with a fork.
Why do these look like mounds once they’re baked?
These cookies don’t naturally flatten out. If you’re making them without chocolate, you will want to press them with a fork before baking. If you are “kissing your cookies,” they get that nice, round look once you top them with the Hershey Kiss.
Can I make the cookie dough in advance?
Yes, you can absolutely make the dough in advance. It only takes about 5 minutes to make the dough, so it doesn’t save a whole lot of time, but if it helps, do it! Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and place in an airtight container. It will keep for up to 3 months in the freezer.
Store your cookies in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 1 week.
If you’re looking for some awesome cookie recipes, look no further—we’ve got you covered:
- Chocolate Kiss Cookies
- Perfect Cowboy Cookies
- Cinnamon Roll Cookies
- Old Fashioned Gingerbread Cookies
- Chocolate Turtle Cookies
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These were easy and delicious but I don’t think this makes 24 cookies. I made the dough balls a little smaller just to get 18 cookies. If I made them a little bigger like in the video I would have gotten about 12 cookies. Next time I’ll double recipe to get the 24 cookies.
Ok – Let the Christmas baking begin. I’m starting with this cookie since it has so few ingredients. I have never been disappointed by any of Rachel’s recipes. Looking forward to making this one.
For some reason, they turned out gritty and yes, I did cream the peanut butter and sugars on high for 3 minutes. Flavor was good just texture was off.
Sorry but this recipe didn’t work for me.
The cookies melted partially during baking leaving a crispy edge and seemed very greasy.
I won’t make these again.
I usually love every recipe I’ve tried of The Stay At Home Chef.
The best and so peanut buttery. The lack of flour keeps them moist. No need to roll in sugar before baking either!!
Perfect for a late Valentine’s Day gift for my special guy!
so easy and taste great. thank u
I have made 3 dozen already and ate 2 dozen!!! This recipe is DELICIOUS ?!!!
Every year for Christmas and New year I will want to make these. Thank you so mixh. For reminding me of what great memories these brought me.