“Think what a better world it would be if we all, the whole world, had cookies and milk about three o’clock every afternoon and then lay down on our blankets for a nap.” ~Robert Fulghum

I love a good cookie!  and I have been wanting to bake and eat a good cookie all week.  So today that is just what I did…baked and ate a good cookie.  I also gave some away!

I came across the recipe for these peanut butter cookies by chance the other day while searching for a good recipe for oatmeal raisin muffins.  In my search for the muffins I happened upon the blog The Way the Cookie Crumbles.  This blog is full of delicious food photography….and I am a sucker for food photography.  It was while I was admiring the photography that I found the recipe.  Well, I did not find the actual recipe on her blog, just the images.  She shared a link to another blog which hosted the recipe, Jasmine Cuisine.  Jasmine apparently participates with Tuesday’s with Dorie and it was her turn to host a Tuesday’s with Dorie recipe and she chose Peanut Butter Criss-Cross Cookies.  When you go to Jasmine’s link for the recipe you need to beware that Jasmine is French Canadian and her blog is in French.  However, the recipe for Peanut Butter Criss-Cross Cookies is posted in English at the bottom of the post.  Okay, so now that I have that all out of the way I will share with you the pictures of the batch of these delicious cookies and the way in which I shared them.  Grab a glass of milk and ENJOY!

So, jump on over to Jasmine Cuisine blog and try out the recipe for these Peanut Butter Criss-Cross Cookies.

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