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Flourless peanut butter cookies, whole wheat pretzel rods and a little melted chocolate turn normal ingredients into a Halloween treat!
Preheat oven to 350 F.
In a large stand up mixer bowl add peanut butter, sugar, egg, vanilla and baking powder. Mix well.
Drop dough by large tablespoonfuls onto a lightly greased cookie sheet. Make hash marks in the cookie tops with a fork (see photo). Bake 8-10 minutes until firm around the edges. Do not over bake. Cookies will continue firming up as they cool.
Once baked, remove sheet from the oven and remove cookies from cookie sheet. Gently press a pretzel rod into the bottom of each cookie. Let cookies cool on a rack or a sheet of parchment.
Meanwhile in a saucepan over medium/low heat add chocolate chips. Stir and heat until melted. Once melted drizzle chocolate over the pretzel rod top and cookie bottom to secure the “broom”.
Recipe adapted from Betty Crocker.
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