flourless peanut butter cookies with natural peanut butter?

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my daughter is having a party and really wanted me to make flourless peanut butter cookies, my husband bought the natural peanut butter which is really runny and she doesn’t like the taste of it. we don’t have time to go to the store again, is there anything I can do to thicken it up and get rid of the strong flavour?

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Answer by Nikki P
Stir the oil back in to the peanut butter or you can pour it off. Once you stir the oil back in or pour off the oil you can use it just like any other peanut butter.
Once you mix the peanut butter in with the rest of the ingredients the peanut flavor will mellow out. But it is peanut butter and will taste like peanuts.
Now…do you need a recipe for a flourless peanut butter cookie?

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  1. Mama Mia says:

    Flourless peanut butter cookies use sugar as the binder to make up for the lack of flour. You can try mixing the peanut butter in a good mixer and adding the sugar and vanilla which may level out the strong flavor. You will just have to beat that peanut butter well before combining it with the other ingredients and seeing what happens.

  2. d1_arc says:

    OMG YES! I always make PB cookies flourless with natural PB (that’s all my mom buys) And they turn out just fine! I am serious, before you use the PB in the recipe just stir it up really good! Here’s the recipe I always use & its so simple and delish: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/claire-robinson/flourless-peanut-butter-cookies-recipe/index.html

  3. Larkin L says:

    Natural peanut butter shouldn’t be runny. The oil has separated and needs to be stirred back into the entire container. You can put it in the refrigerator after stirring.

    A lot of recipes call for sugar and the sugar should change the taste of the peanut butter.


    Vanilla can help also -

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