the rice milk master race --delegateofstate
A blog for lactose intolerant people. Expect recipes, news, pictures of cats, product reviews, book recommendations, and more. Many of our posts may be vegan, completely dairy free, gluten free, etc. because tumblr digs that sort of thing.
Just FYI: Don’t get the Caramel Apple Spice at Starbucks if you have dairy problems; it’s not safe, even without whipped cream. Felt gross this morning, looked up ingredients, yup, dairy in the caramel drizzle.
It’s too bad because that was really delicious. Not worth being sick though. This is what I get for ordering from somewhere without looking up ingredients first…
Also I really don’t appreciate the lack of listed ingredients on Starbucks’ main site.
My Nana makes these cookies all the time and mails them to me from Indiana to Oregon as a care package. (She’s always concerned that I am not eating enough) So I thought I would share these delicious and easy to make Peanut Butter cookies with you, in hopes of making your day a bit brighter!
- 1 Cup of Peanut Butter
- 1 Cup of Sugar
- 1 Egg
Things you’ll need:
- A cookie sheet or baking pan
- A bowl large enough to mix those ingredients in it
- A big spoon or a mixer
- (Parchment paper helps but isn’t necessary)
Preheat oven to 350F. In a large bowl, place the cup of peanut-butter, the cup of sugar and the egg. Use a spoon to mix until everything is blended well. (i.e. You can’t see any more of the egg yolk or lots of sugar crystals) You could use a mixer but I think a spoon works best, it does require a bit of strength to do though.
Once everything is mixed, take out small amounts roll into a ball and flatten it a bit like a hamburger patty and place it on your cookie tray. Repeat, leaving about half an inch or so between cookies. Place in the oven and bake for 12 minutes. Pull them out, let them cool if you can resist! And Enjoy!
I just made these! They turned out really well and were super quick and easy. (There were a few more than shown in the photo - my roomates started eating them before I could take a picture.)