Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies PART II

This past weekend while family visited for Thanksgiving, we made Aunt Jaime's Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies and no surprise, they were delish and gone way too fast!
And with today being Aunt Jaime's birthday, I wanted to share her recipe that she's been baking since I've know her! Happy Birthday Jaime - we love you!
If you haven't seen my other post, "Aunt Jaime's Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies" - make sure to visit it for the full recipe.
So below, are some pictures of our cookie baking process! The kiddos really enjoyed it and so did I.  Georgia and Jack rolled the cookies into balls, unwrapped the Hershey Kiss wrappers and put a Hershey Kiss on each cookie - so it's definitely kid friendly and a lot of fun to have them in the kitchen.

Step 1: Mix all ingredients except
for flour.

Step 2: Add half the flour and mix. Add
remaining flour and mix well.

Step 3: The cookie dough is ready to be
rolled into balls!

Step 4: Roll cookie dough into balls then
roll balls in sugar. Place on cookie sheet
and bake at 375 for 8 minutes

Step 5: While the cookies are baking,
unwrap Hershey Kisses and make sure to
eat at least one or two while waiting...

Step 6: Ding! Take cookies out of the oven and
place a Hershey Kiss in the center.

Lastly, Step 7: Time to enjoy! It's especially
delicious when eaten warm!

There you have it! They are fun to make, enjoyable to eat, and will be a recipe I bake for years to come! Thank you Aunt Jaime for sharing and it's no secret, you bake them the best! 



  1. These Hershey cookies look delicious and I wouldn't mind making them myself! I'm gonna be giving this recipe a try, I have always loved cookies and I can't wait to eat these!

  2. Peanut butter cookies surely would taste good. With jelly combination it looks awesome and taste well.