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      Fresh Milled Peanut Butter Cookies

      So, you're craving a sweet treat that's nutty, buttery, and oh-so-delicious? Look no further, because we've got the perfect recipe for you! Get ready to whip up some fresh flour peanut butter cookies that will have your taste buds doing a happy dance.

      Our peanut butter cookies are creamy and boast the delicious Unsifted Dessert Blend's mild pastry flour goodness!

      They are a simple and scrumptious recipe for making the perfect peanut butter cookies. Get ready to impress your friends, family, or just yourself with these delectable treats.

      Happy Unsifted baking!

      Sarah + Keira


      Unsifted® Peanut Butter Cookies 

      **Prefer a hard copy? Checkout the beautiful professionally printed recipe card for Peanut Butter Cookies COMING SOON!**

      PREP: 15 minutes
      TOTAL: 30 minutes 
      YIELD: 25 cookies



        1 cup

      Unsifted®  Dessert Blend

        ½ cup

      unsalted butter, softened

        ¾ cup

      creamy peanut butter


      granulated sugar


      packed brown sugar

        1 large


        2 tsp

      vanilla extract

        1 tsp

      baking powder

        ½ tsp


        ¼ cup

      granulated sugar, for finishing (optional)




      1.  Mill the fresh flour

      • Preheat oven to 375F
      • Set WonderMill® dial to “Pastry”
      • Mill 1 cup Dessert Blend

      2.  Mix butter + sugars

      Pro Tip: Butter softened past room temperature or overmixed can cause flat cookies. If final dough is shiny, place in fridge to harden.

      • In a mixing bowl, add ½ cup softened butter
      • Add ¾ cup peanut butter
      • Add ⅓ cup sugar
      • Add ⅓ cup brown sugar
      • Mix using an electric mixer on high speed until smooth and slightly fluffy (about 1-2 minutes)

      3.  Add wet ingredients

      • Add 1 large egg
      • Add 2 tsp vanilla
      • Beat well

      4. Add dry ingredients

      • Add 1 tsp baking powder
      • Add ½ tsp salt
      • Mix well

      5.  Mix remaining ingredients

      • Add all unsifted flour 
      • Optional: Add mix-ins (see variations on recipe card)
      • Mix until just combined (do not overmix!)

      6.  Chill dough (optional)

      • Cover dough with plastic wrap
      • Place dough in refrigerator for 1-2 hours or up to 3 days

      7.  Shape + Bake

      • Lightly grease baking sheet or use parchment paper
      • Shape dough into 1 ½ Tbsp balls
      • Optional: Add ¼ cup sugar to small bowl and roll each dough ball in sugar
      • Place on baking sheet, 2” apart
      • Using a fork, flatten ball making a crisscross pattern
      • Bake at 375F for 8-10 minutes
      • When cookie edges are barely browned, remove baking sheet from oven to avoid dry cookies
      • Let cookies rest about 10 minutes on the baking sheet
      • Using a spatula, transfer cookies to a wire rack to cool, or serve and enjoy warm


      Cooled cookies may be stored in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 5 days, or frozen for up to 3 months in a freezer bag. Thaw at room temperature before enjoying.

      ****Find our delicious Bakery Style, Chocolate Dipped, Natural Peanut Butter, Nutter Butter® Homemade Cookie VARIATIONS on our hard-copy recipe card that is COMING SOON****

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      Freshly Milled Oatmeal Cookies (+Oatmeal Cream Pies!)

      So, you're craving something sweet, huh? How about sinking your teeth into a heavenly oatmeal cream pie? These little treats are the perfect combination of chewy, creamy, and oh-so-satisfying. But wait, we're not talking about just any oatmeal cream pie here.....we're talking freshly milled flour oatmeal cookies which takes these babies to a whole new level of deliciousness. Get ready to have your taste buds dancing!

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