I don't care if stuff is flourless, eggless, butterless, whateverless one way or the other, but I do care if there is less stuff I have to do. ;)
These are one-bowl, no creaming, no softening butter, etc. Basically just dump and stir. Perfect!
I didn't change the recipe at all (unusual for me), though ofc I didn't really measure stuff, I just eyeballed it...
Only things I did change were the baking times (and I think) the portion sizes.
I tend to like my cookies to be 1 teaspoon or so, rather than the 1 tablespoon that a lot of recipes seem to like.
I also reduced the baking time, because at 11m, the first batch was waaaaay overdone. Still edible, but with edges beginning to burn.
I don't think it's a problem with the original recipe though, which is great.
I think it may be that:
- my new oven runs hot
- I'm baking on parchment paper on a black cookie sheet
- my cookies are smaller
With those things in mind 8m 15s at 175C turned out perfect cookies for me! :) Yey!
Also, if you tend to think more in ratios like me, the ingredient ratio is roughly:
- 4 parts peanut butter
- 4 parts dark brown sugar
- 1 part egg
- some choc chips
- some baking powder