Not sure how exciting your Friday night was, but after a fun family dinner at Tutu’s we decided it was time for a pretty crazy night.
And that was at 9:00 pm.
It’s hard to be this exciting sometimes.
And yes, if you must know, I did in fact sleep in those Pro Compression socks and then wear them this morning. Classy.
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So the other day things were getting a bit crazy over here.
It was the late afternoon. The boys were cranky, Mommy was tired, Daddy had work to do, Kitty was grumpy, you know….. pretty much a normal afternoon. Ha.
Well, we either had to get out of the house and make a run for it to find something to do, or we had to bake.
We chose to bake.
I had some PB2 in the pantry and although I used to make PB2 creations pretty much every single day, I had never baked anything with it. I don’t know what took me so long. Seriously.
I ended up playing with a regular chocolate chip cookie recipe, but subbing in some PB2 and the result was pretty spectacular.
These may just be the best peanut butter chocolate chip cookies ever.
PB2 Chocolate Chip Cookies
1 1/4 cup PB2
1 cup all purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup brown sugar (packed)
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 cup softened butter
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 package of semi-sweet chocolate chips (12 oz.)
Combine PB2, flour, salt and baking soda in medium bowl.
Mix brown sugar, sugar, butter and vanilla until smooth. Add eggs and beat until everything is combined well.
Add dry ingredients and stir. (You may have to add a little extra PB2 if you need a thicker dough.)
Use cookie scoop (or your hands) to place dough on parchment paper on cookie sheet.
Bake at 375 for 11 minutes. (Or anywhere between 8-12 minutes. Our cookies were big.)
Cool on wire rack (if you’re patient enough).
*You could probably sub in another peanut flour for the PB2, but I have not tried this so I can’t tell you how well it works.
Here’s some pictures of the process since, well, I took them.
Oops. How did that get in here? Nothing to see freinds.
These look mighty fine on a cute little fall pumpkin plate, don’t they?
Why yes, yes they do.
They taste pretty darn spectacular too.
Have a great rest of your weekend!
Anyone baking cookies?