This is a cookie I used to make for my kiddos quite often when they were growing up and who wouldn't love them? A tasty peanut butter cookie, topped with a milk chocolate candy kiss as soon as they come out from the oven. Peanut butter and milk chocolate . . . a marriage made in heavenly bliss!
\I was so excited when I found some milk chocolate candy kisses at the B&M store a few weeks back. The first thing I thought of when I saw them was these cookies. I may not have any children in my home anymore or any grandkids near enough to spoil, but I did know some Missionaries who are far away from home that would really appreciate these!
And so I baked a batch for them . . . and for nostalgia's sake . . . because they reminded me a lot of the years my children were growing up, and all those happy memories of them coming home from school to a freshly baked plate of these . . .
And I confess . . . this big kid had one as well . . . even though I know I shouldn't have, but it sure tasted some good and I was immediately happy that I was giving them away because I knew I would not be able to keep my hands out of the cookie jar if I wasn't . . . so I have to warn you if you don't want to be eating these . . . then don't be baking these.
You will be finding them quite impossible to resist eating. And we don't want that happening. Only bake them if you can be giving them away . . . after a little taste test of course! Always tasty. Always welcome. Just plain delicious. Peanut Butter Blossoms. For the inner child in each of us.
*Peanut Blossoms*Makes 48
Note - these do freeze well. Just sayin' Oh and if you can't find any milk chocolate kisses a single rolo in each one, or a half a tiny snickers bar, etc. can all be pushed into the middle. All are scrumptious!