Betty Crocker Peanut Butter Cookie Mix Review
I have been craving homemade peanut butter cookies for a few weeks now, but have been fighting off my craving…
I happened to be at the grocery store yesterday picking up a few things, and saw a peanut butter cookie mix by Betty Crocker…I thought, well, it won’t take much time to make…easy…I can have some cookies…
So, I tried it:
The mix makes 18 cookies and all you need to add is water and oil.
They are really easy and quick to make, and the instructions worked perfectly.
Photo left: Pre-baked Betty Crocker Peanut Butter Cookies
FYI: I often use parchment paper to cover my cookie sheets, as I did this time, and instead of the suggested 8-10 min for a shiny metal cookie sheet, or the 7-9 min for a dark or non-stick cookie sheet, it actually took 16 min on the parchment.
As I can never do things in a normal way, I added green m&ms, for spring, to the mix. These were wonderful in the peanut butter cookies!
Even my mother, who maintains that she doesn’t really like m&ms, really liked these cookies.
Photo right: Baked Betty Crocker Peanut Butter Cookies
All-in-all, if you don’t really feel like hauling out your cookbook to find your peanut butter cookie recipe, or just don’t have to time to do it, grab one of these handy packs for a quick, guilty pleasure!
I hope you enjoyed this installment of Cooking With Kimberly! Until next time…
Kimberly Edwards ;D
P.S. Want to try this product yourself? Get a pack of 12 here:
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