Starting in the beginning of December I start baking cookies, lots of cookies. Now Peanut Butter Kiss cookies don’t look like Christmas cookies, but they are one of my kids favorites, so they get made every year. I then pack them in cookie tins and mail cookies to friends and family all over the United States
How to Ship Cookies for Mailing
The best way to pack cookies for shipping is tight and snug so they can’t move around. I use tissue paper and line cookie gift tins. The I fill the tins and use the tissue paper to fill in the empty spaces around the treats. Everyone tells me they arrive just fine.
I usually make at least six different varieties of cookies every year, not including my candies. This tradition started when I moved from Connecticut to Oklahoma for school and was looking for an inexpensive gift to send to friends.
Another reason I started making peanut butter cookies is one year I ran our of flour and these have three ingredients: peanut butter, sugar, and an egg. So not only is it inexpensive it’s a gluten-free cookie for a friend who is gluten intolerant.
Recipe for Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies
Preheat oven to 350F, unwrap candy kisses
- One Cup Peanut Butter ( I use smooth)
- 1 Cup Granulated Sugar
- Large egg (1)
- Mix together, roll teaspoon size balls, I use a melon scoop for uniform size balls
- Place on cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes
- Remove cookies from oven and immediately place an unwrapped Hershey Kiss into the cooked ball.
- Cool slightly and remove from baking sheet.
There you go, so easy a child could do it, and who doesn’t like peanut butter and chocolate? Enjoy your peanut butter kiss cookies and if you have a favorite cookie recipe please share it in the comments. If you’re looking for more recipes using peanut butter these two cookbooks will keep you busy.