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Old 02-03-2010, 06:55 AM
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Default Nutella Peanut ****er Cookies ( Christmas Recipes)




Prep Time: 30 minutes - 1 hour | Cook Time: 30 minutes or less | Serves: 36


Dessert Cookies American

Ingredients:






I love peanut ****er cookies, I love Nutella, and I was having trouble coming up with any other decent ideas for cookies so I decided to go with it. There's a lot of variety in peanut ****er cookie recipes and end results, so if you decide to try this you can use your favorite. I perfer the light and almost flaky style over the chewier chocolate chip cookie style, so I used a recipe that I knew would give me the results I desired (Alton Brown's, in this case.) I generally weigh all my ingredients when baking, but I'll provide volumetric measurements for those of you who are scale impaired.


Ingredients:

170g/0.75 cup unsalted ****er, softened
142g/0.75 cup granulated sugar
142/0.875 (7/8) cup brown sugar
39g/0.25 cup peanut or canola oil
142g/0.5 cup + 1 tsp chunky peanut ****er
142g/0.5 cup + 1 tsp Nutella
75g/scant 2 large beaten eggs*
4.5g/1 tsp vanilla extract
255g/1.875 (1 7/8) cup all purpose flour
3g/1.5 tsp baking soda
4.5g/0.75 tsp salt
Some extra granulated sugar for sprinkling on tops of cookies.


* The full recipe makes 6 dozen cookies, but my roommate and I don't need 6 dozen cookies sitting around so I always make a half batch. Everything else divides evenly except the eggs. The full batch calls for 3 large eggs, so if you used 2 medium eggs you could probably get really close. But we always have large eggs in the fridge, so I just use those and measure off around 75g.

And of course, you'll need the following equipment: A mixer of some sort or some elbow grease, cookie sheets, a fork, measuring cups and spoons, work bowls, a spoon or other utensil for dishing out the cookies, and a cooling rack.



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Step 1:






Measure out your flour, baking soda, and salt and combine them.
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Next, beat your eggs and measure to get the appropriate amount. Then add the vanilla extract.
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Next measure the ****er. If you're like me and didn't have time to let it soften properly, cut into small chunks and microwave on low for 30 seconds or so.
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Step 4:






Measure out the oil at this time as well.
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