4-Ingredient Peanut Blossom Cookies

Year after year, I head to my local grocery store, Fred Meyer's, to buy Hershey's kisses, brown sugar, eggs, and a few other ingredients to begin a long day of baking holiday cookies with my family. It is my favorite time of the year! My mom loves it too. There is nothing better than listening to Michael Bublé, dancing in my wool socks, sipping my Brazilian coffee in a large vintage mug, and test-tasting fresh cookies from my oven. One recipe I adore is this one for 4-Ingredient Peanut Blossom Cookies. These cookies are simple to make and are treasured by almost everyone. Who wouldn't like cookie dough with a Hershey's kiss in the middle? They really are my favorite! They melt in your mouth and pair well with a cold glass of milk. I also enjoy them with a cup of tea. I would say that this is my favorite cookie recipe because of its simplicity. If you are looking to make simple, yet delicious cookies, I highly recommend trying this easy recipe. They really do not take much time at all, and the ingredients needed are affordable. Your family will love them, and you will be in heaven when you take a little nibble. My friends are already asking where their Peanut Blossom Cookies are this year. Trust me, almost everyone will love these treats and be begging you to make more. So, be sure to make extras!

I remember being in the sixth grade and losing a dessert-making competition at my middle school. I had decided to make banana bread, which was a good idea, but my dessert was not nearly as scrumptious as the winner's Peanut Blossom cookies. I went back for seconds that evening, and I knew right away that she deserved to win first prize. Her cookies were absolutely the most scrumptious things I had ever plopped in my mouth. She ended up taking home the 1st place ribbon, and I left that evening with a copy of her tasty recipe. I have been making these cookies ever since. Once you get ahold of this recipe, you will make them all of the time too. All you need are some Hershey's chocolates, sugar, and a few other secret ingredients, and you will be ready to go to make these wonderful treats yourself. Get your family involved and make it a new holiday tradition.I bring these cookies every year to my family's Christmas Eave party. I usually bring a few dozen and leave with zero at the end of the night. The children love them, and my uncle is always seen devouring them. If you want to bring a dessert to a party this holiday season, these cookies are great because they are well liked. You can also make extra and freeze some to have later (this is what I usually do). I always bring a copy of the recipe for my relatives who are interested in learning how to make these cookies themselves.

Now it is your turn to have a baking day. Head to your local grocery store on your next day off and get a few ingredients to make these simple, yet delicious, cookies. Put on some Christmas carols, make a cup of coffee, and soak in the aroma of sugar, chocolate, and peanut butter while dancing away to some holiday music. You will be very glad you did. Once your Peanut Butter Blossom cookies cool, put a few in some goodie bags with beautiful ribbons and give them to your co-workers at work as holiday gifts. I do this often. Everyone is always thankful to have a thoughtful treat during his or her workday. I know I am. If you love this recipe, remember to share it!

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