I have an obsession with Trader Joe's Cookie Butter. Well more like I used to, it is kind of waning. I keep a jar in my office next to a bunch of spoons. My coworkers know they can come by for a spoonful of delicious anytime they need a pick me up. I think the novelty has worn off though. We moved on to mini snickers and other such bad things. I think I need to head to TJ's and get some more soon!
I had two containers of pumpkin spice cookie butter and I was all out of pumpkin spice mood. What to do? Well, as usual Pinterest had an idea! This pin just popped up and I knew I had to make it! Only three ingredients! I decided to bring them for Christmas to test them out on the extended family. Yes this is how old this post is! They were just okay. I think they needed a nut or chip of some sort it had a weird texture. I think I will remake these another time with regular cookie butter, and add in walnuts and chocolate chips! It could be my easy bake oven that is off too, my other cookies I made had the same weird texture problems. I think they were overbaked. Try these out and see if they work for you. Quick and easy! Full recipe after the montage.
|Just three brightly colored ingredients. I could not pass up the Happy Hen eggs in a hot pink container!|
|This is a really ugly picture, I apologize!|
|Whisk up the eggs and Cookie Butter|
|Add some flour|
|And that is it!|
|Parcel them out on parchment|
|And there you have it. Cookies made from Cookie Butter!|
Cookie Butter Cookies (Borrowed from Bakerita)
1 jar cookie butter (I used Trader Joe's Pumpkin Spice Cookie Butter)
4 eggs, room temperature
1 cup all purpose flour
Preheat the oven to 350°F. In a medium bowl, whisk together the cookie butter and the eggs. Add the flour and fold it in until thick dough forms. Place cookies on parchment lined cookie sheets. Bake for 8-10 minutes or until the edges are set and the top still looks a little shiny Do not over bake or they will be dry. I overbaked, boo.