These classic fork-tine-mashed peanut butter cookies retain all the chewiness and deep toasty flavor you remember. Todd Coleman
An American pantry staple, peanut butter’s salty-sweet flavor and creamy texture make it a no-brainer in dessert recipes. From pies to crumbly cookies to an ice-cold milkshake made with bourbon, we can’t say no to these 12 rich treats.
These simple peanut butter cookies topped with a Hershey’s kiss are a classic Christmas treat in many American households.
These classic fork-tine-mashed peanut butter cookies retain all the chewiness and deep toasty flavor you remember.
Peanut Butter Bourbon Milkshake
Maple syrup and a healthy dose of bourbon add a delectable kick to this grown-up take on a vanilla milkshake, served at Seattle’s Skillet Diner.
Smith Island Cake
This version of the Smith Island cake comes from island resident Mary Ada Marshall. Each layer contains a sprinkling of powdered peanut butter cups, and the top is garnished with chunks of the same.