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Cookie Recipe Help - Bourbon County Peanut Butter Cookies


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JStax 3172:160
Has anybody made something like this? Have a recipe they could share or just some tips? The googles didnít offer much help.

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RABinCO 1399:87
no help on a recipe but ISO those cookies. please advise with how it ends up turning out.
5/22/2013 3:01:40 PM

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JStax 3172:160
Thanks. Iím making them for a Bourbon County tasting in a few weeks. Had to come up with something awesome to snack on that incorporated the beer. Hopefully some of our pastry chefs speak up.
5/22/2013 3:13:44 PM

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jessbnjess 15:
Peanut butter recipes generally donít have much liquid (besides eggs), so it may make more sense to start with a stout cookie recipe (I found these two online - http://www.craftbeer.com/recipes/soft-stout-cookies or http://thebeeroness.com/2012/12/06/chocolate-stout-crinkle-cookies/ ) and work backwards to add peanut butter. You can just substitute peanut butter for some or all of the butter. If you didnít want them to be chocolaty, substitute flour for the cocoa powder (equal weight).
5/22/2013 3:35:34 PM

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JStax 3172:160
Originally posted by jessbnjess
Peanut butter recipes generally donít have much liquid (besides eggs), so it may make more sense to start with a stout cookie recipe (I found these two online - http://www.craftbeer.com/recipes/soft-stout-cookies or http://thebeeroness.com/2012/12/06/chocolate-stout-crinkle-cookies/ ) and work backwards to add peanut butter. You can just substitute peanut butter for some or all of the butter. If you didnít want them to be chocolaty, substitute flour for the cocoa powder (equal weight).


Thanks! Thatís the kind of help I hoped I would get.
5/22/2013 5:30:15 PM

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Guyute_Pig 102:45
Iím sorry, that is a waste of good beer. So many other stouts u could use...
5/22/2013 6:05:04 PM

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RABinCO 1399:87
Originally posted by Guyute_Pig
Iím sorry, that is a waste of good beer. So many other stouts u could use...


meh, i imagine a little bit goes a long way. bake with half, drink the other half. no big loss. not like itís ainít gonna be around in greater numbers next year.
5/22/2013 6:14:00 PM

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HighWine 954:29
I have a recipe for a BCBS "bieramisu" I made. It was awesome. PM me if you want it.
5/22/2013 6:47:16 PM

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pinkie 470:10
These cookie recipes are a must try. =)
5/23/2013 10:27:16 AM

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jessbnjess 15:
Originally posted by JStax
Originally posted by jessbnjess
Peanut butter recipes generally donít have much liquid (besides eggs), so it may make more sense to start with a stout cookie recipe (I found these two online - http://www.craftbeer.com/recipes/soft-stout-cookies or http://thebeeroness.com/2012/12/06/chocolate-stout-crinkle-cookies/ ) and work backwards to add peanut butter. You can just substitute peanut butter for some or all of the butter. If you didnít want them to be chocolaty, substitute flour for the cocoa powder (equal weight).


Thanks! Thatís the kind of help I hoped I would get.


No worries! Let me know how they turn out :)
5/24/2013 3:55:13 PM

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Brouwerij 938:40
Did you ever get these to work out?
6/4/2013 5:12:31 PM

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