I wanted to add some more decoration to the cookie tray and thought that these would be a beautiful edible addition. I originally wanted to do white Hershey Kisses as the bottom but because we live in the country and they are difficult to find (even when they are available). I decided to go for the traditional peanut butter and chocolate combo. 

Items I used:
Peanut Butter
Hershey Kisses
Chocolate Chips
Almond Bark

Parchment Paper

Step 1: Make the Cookies

The Peanut Butter recipe I used for the cookies is flourless and very simple. I figured since I was using such a small cookie that the strong peanut butter flavor would be a good idea. 

Before I started my cookies, I went ahead and turned my oven on to 350.

Recipe for the Peanut Butter Cookies:

1 Cup Peanut Butter
1 Cup Sugar
1 Egg
1 Tsp of Vanilla

Combine the ingredients above and mix using the mixer.
<p>fun and easy. good instructable</p>
Very unique <br/>
so cool!
CUTENESS! When I first saw it i squealed! :P
These look great. Will have to make these to go with the chocolate mice the wife makes. A maraschino cherry with the stem dipped in chocolate, a Hershy's Kiss for the face and nose and 2 almond slivers for the ears.
That would be a really cute combo!
I understand what Almond Bark is, but I've never seen it look quite like your picture...could you just use a few kisses melted as the &quot;glue&quot; instead? Not sure where to get the stuff you are using...Very very cute. I may have to give these a try before Christmas!<br>
I'm not a chocolate expert but almond bark for me was a little easier. Plus we happened to have a bunch of almond bark left over from other projects. :)
We used melted chocolate as you suggested and it worked great! We also used the mini vanilla wafers (as suggested in the comment below) after a failed attempt at making mini shortbread cookies. Saved a boatload of time! They came out great and will make great additions to cookie gift trays.
Fellow chocoholic sandgurl <br> <br>I got to find the special breed of tree that drops these sandgurl ..... <br> <br>These are what the tummy ordered for this bad chocoholic squirrel. <br> <br>Yummy Yummy's for the this bad chocoholic squirrel too emptied tummy. <br> <br>I'm a very bad chocoholic squirrel and you had ro make a recipe of this type.....YUMMY!!!!!! 8Dbd
As long as you don't forget where you hide your chocolate acorns... life is good!
<br> <br> I made these with mini nilla waffers and a pretzel stem. I used a drill bit to finger drill a whole for the stem. http://cooperboone.com/cooperboone/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Acorn-Cookie-300x190.jpg
Really cool! I can definately see the benefits of the mini vanilla wafers.
So cute and they look delicious!
These are great, I'm gonna get the random teens who are hanging around with my kids, with no idea what to do now its the holidays, onto this today.
Definately a lot easier with help! Hope they went well :)
Those are the cutest, tiniest cookies I have ever seen! They look so perfect with the kisses to make acorns! So adorable!
Thanks! They were small but had plenty of flavor!
Scrat from ice age would love it.
Hehe... Very true :)
Very nice and NO floor I'm all in!
I love the peanut butter cookies made this way. Very easy and good!
Those are adorable! I love them! You would love meringue mushrooms if you like acorns. I wonder if there's an instructable for those...?
Thanks! I will have to check those out... I think I did see them on here!
Sooo cute and very clever!
shhh! they are easier if you use mini 'Nilla wafers instead of the home made cookie! yeah, I took the easy way out!
Wonderful! -Oh, the cleverness of you!
Просто прекрасно. Обожаю шоколад. А вкусный шоколад с творческой подачей - еще больше обожаю. Творите на благо.. ;)

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