Peanut Butter Cake Mix – Thick, Smooth & Chewy!


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I don’t know about you but here we love peanut butter. We also love the easy cookie recipes. These peanut butter cake mixes take just one bowl and a breeze to whip. Its extremely rich flavor makes it perfect for peanut butter lovers! Soft and chewy, easy to prepare and topped with sweet sugar. You will love this delicious recipe! The peanut butter cookie mix makes an easy to make classic. These smooth, tasty, and delicious cookies are a dream to enjoy, with moist, chewy texture and just the right amount of peanut butter flavor in every bite. Plus, they’re wonderfully easy to make. Just add peanut butter and brown sugar to a packet of cake batter and you’re already halfway there. These easy cake mix peanut butter cookies are thick, soft and chewy. Mix the rest of the baking ingredients and the dough will be ready to shape, no cooling required. This easy peanut butter cookie recipe makes several cookies, perfect for sharing with friends and family who love peanut butter! Unlike other cookie recipes, there’s a good chance you’ll have everything you need for these peanut butter cookies in your cupboard: Peanut Butter – The Peanut Butter Type For the perfect peanut butter cookies is important. You will need fine, creamy peanut butter sugar – these peanut butter cookies contain a mixture of white sugar (granulated sugar) and light brown sugar. This helps create that chewy texture you crave in peanut butter cookies! These puffy and thick peanut butter cookies stay tender for days and literally melt in your mouth. Plus they are not cold cookies, which means you can make and eat them in less than 20 minutes with just a few simple steps. Get ready to fall in love with a cookie. Roll the dough into about 2 balls. Kids are great at helping out with this part! You can make smaller or larger cookies if you prefer, just adjust the baking time accordingly. Then, roll it in sugar before using a fork to make this beautiful peanut butter cake. Peanut Butter Cookie Mix Not ready to bake right away? Here are some tips: Freeze the biscuit dough. Once you have rolled all of the peanut butter paste balls in granulated sugar, place them in a freezer bag. The biscuit dough is sealed and frozen for up to 3 months. When ready to bake, place it on a baking sheet and bake halfway. Take the dough out of the oven, press the dough with a fork, and finish the baking. You may need to add a few extra minutes to your baking time. Freeze cookies with peanut butter. If you find yourself needing to freeze baked cookies, put them in an airtight container or a freezer bag. Freeze for up to 3 months. Thaw on the counter overnight and enjoy. Finally, bake! But, don’t overdo it! Excessive cookies are dry and hard, not soft and pressed as they should be. Make sure to bake them until they look completely ready, even a little shine in the middle is fine. They will continue baking on the hot baking tray from the oven. I find 11 minutes is perfect for two balls of dough. More easy cookie recipes from Smart School House to try next: You will need 1 packet of white cake mix 1/4 cup packed brown sugar 2 TB of water 1 cup creamy peanut butter 1/4 cup vegetable oil 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract sugar (roll biscuit dough balls before baking) Other supplies needed: Fork paper or non-stick baking paper, mixing bowl, electric mixer, small plate to roll the dough in the directions of sugar, preheat oven to 350 degrees in the mixing bowl Mix the cake mixture, brown sugar, water, peanut butter, oil, eggs and vanilla extract with an electric mixer at low speed. Prepare a baking dish with parchment paper or nonstick spray. Baking time as necessary) Gently, roll the dough balls into granulated sugar, as shown in the picture Place the sweetened peanut butter dough balls a few inches apart on the cookie sheet (do not spread too much while baking) with a fork, gently chop the muffins Bake for 10 -12 minutes – Do not overdo it! Let’s cool down and have fun 🙂


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