When I first saw this video for Southern Living's four-ingredient peanut butter cookies, I couldn't conceal my skepticism. How could you possibly make cookies from peanut butter, egg, sugar, and vanilla extract alone?! It seemed suspiciously too easy, but I had to try it out! With so many friends and family members on gluten-free and dairy-free diets, I figured if the recipe did work, I could make a lot of people happy.
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Peanut Butter & Jam Cookies: Divide dough in half and roll each half into a rectangular block. Using your fingers, pinch along the middle of the top and along the two sides to form indentations along the length of the block so the dough looks like a bread loaf. Wrap each half in seran wrap and refrigerate at least one hour or overnight. Paint with vodka mixture before cooking. Use a food grade paint brush. Vodka evaporates and will not make cookie soggy.
Alton Brown's Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie Recipe: In a pinch…and I mean a real pinch, you can use freshly ground honey-roasted peanut butter from a store or market where the grinding is done on site. Most Whole Foods have those these days, as do many health food stores and co-ops. Get the recipe on altonbrown.com.