Peanut Butter Spelt Homemade Stamped Cookies | © 2011 |

Easy to make, a delicious peanut butter stamped cookie recipe , made with refined spelt flour, raw sugar, butter, egg, and peanut butter. They make the perfect homemade holiday gift for family and friends. And speaking of the gift, I was the very LUCKY winner of $40 Amazon gift card from Choc Chip Uru - Go Bake Yourself. Uru is a 17-year-old culinary genius and a serious chocolate fan. Please head over to her space and learn more her baking, her fun undercover stories. The cookie stamp and cupcake decorating set I have bought with the gift card have finally arrived this Saturday. Thank you once again, Uru!

  • 110 g Butter, softened
  • 150 g Raw sugar
  • 1 Egg
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla
  • 120 g Creamy peanut butter
  • 220 g Refined spelt flour
  • 1/4 tsp Baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  1. Beat the butter and raw sugar until creamy, about 3 minutes. Beat in egg and peanut butter until blended. Sift spelt flour, baking soda, and salt into the cream mixture.
  2. Wrap the cookie dough in a plastic film and chill for 2 hours. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper.
  3. Roll the dough between two pieces of plastic film into 4-mm / 1/6-inch thickness. Dip the stamp into flour and tap off any excess, then stamp the cookie dough and cut out with a round wave cookie cutter. Transfer them to the prepared baking sheets. Cover with a plastic film and chill the cookies for an hour.
  4. Preheat oven to 180C/350F. Bake cookies until light brown, about 10 minutes. Cool on baking sheets for a few minutes, then transfer to rack to cool completely. | © 2011 | | © 2011 | | © 2011 |


Lisa Ho 6/12/12 12:42

Awww... The stamp is so cool :D
Yummy cookies too :)

Fern @ To Food With Love 6/12/12 12:48

These cookies look awesome, and I'd really love to get my hands on one of these stamps! :)

Sprigs of Rosemary 6/12/12 12:53

Those are just precious! (You sure do get some great quotes!)

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover 6/12/12 12:53

This stamp is so cute, feel so warmy seeing these cookies.,

Best chocolate cake recipe 6/12/12 13:02

i like this recipe i m relly like chocolate recipe r u like chocolate so like this

Kate from Scratch 6/12/12 13:12

What adorable cookies! I don't have any cookie stamps, but they make the presentation just too adorable not to pick some up. Wonderfully done; I just love the recipe.

Priya Suresh 6/12/12 13:16

Stamped cookies, looks truly scrumptious.

ann low 6/12/12 13:20

Gosh! I love this stamped cookies. Must have fun using it!

Rosa's Yummy Yums 6/12/12 13:25

So pretty and flavorful! Those are wonderful cookies.



great-secret-of-life 6/12/12 13:53

Angie, So yummy and perfectly done cookie.. So tempting

Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook 6/12/12 13:54

I love the stamp! Delicious cookies. Congrats on the gift from CCU :) So nice!

Biren @ Roti n Rice 6/12/12 15:28

Such lovely cookies! I have a similar cookie stamp that I recently bought. Can't wait to use it.

Susan 6/12/12 15:51

First, congrats must be your lucky year! These cookies looks so yummy and I've bought spelt to grind, but haven't attempted it yet. However, with my addiction to peanut butter, I think you just pushed me to do so:-D

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 6/12/12 15:59

I am in love with that stamp. How clever. It makes your yummy peanut butter cookies all that more special.

Anonymous 6/12/12 16:09

wow's fabulous.

Gloria Baker 6/12/12 16:16

Oh dear Angie I love these stamped cookies, look beautiful and so cute:))

Erica 6/12/12 16:40

Wow! love those cookies,Angie!That stamp is so cool!

Sutapa 6/12/12 17:27

delicious yummy and easy to make cookies the stamp!

Anonymous 6/12/12 17:50

I just bought the same cookie cutter! It is so easy & good to use, isn't it??? I am happy that you won it !!

These buttery tasty cookies look irresistable too!

Eva 6/12/12 18:12

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this stamp Angie. Have you tried making this cookie sugar free? I need a good peanut butter cookie recipe with no sugar for my diabetic father in law, and I also love that these are spelt too, so much healthier than white flour.

Finla 6/12/12 18:55

I remember seeing mould like this in a shop aand wish i had bought them as these cookies look si beautiful.

Anonymous 6/12/12 20:35

That cookie stamp is so awesome! The cookies would make very nice gifts, they turned out perfectly and the recipe sounds great! I'll take a dozen of each please ;)

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 6/12/12 21:23

Wow, I've never seen a stamp that left such a pristine indentation! Such wonderful cookies!!!

grace 6/12/12 21:28

i've never seen cookie stamps--what a neat trick! these sound tasty too. :)

Jessica@AKitchenAddiction 6/12/12 21:43

What a fun cookie stamp! These cookies sound wonderful, too! :)

La Cuisine d'Helene 6/12/12 21:47

Oh my I should order the cookie stamp, I like it a lot. And your cookies looks so yum!

Gina Stanley 6/12/12 22:43

That stamp is adorable. Are we going to have to start calling you Lucky Angie now? Sure are yummy cookies you stamped with your homemade love.

OohLookBel 6/12/12 22:49

I've seen that cookie stamp and now wish I'd bought one, it's too cute! You cookies look amazingly professional - and delicious, of course.

Medeja- CranberryJam 6/12/12 23:26

I like actually your cookie cutter ! Where can I get it? :D PB cookies are one of the best..they smell and taste so lovely!

Dude for Food 7/12/12 00:20

Cool stamp, looks delicious too!

What's Baking?? 7/12/12 00:51

So cute and delightful. A great idea for gifts I must go look for cookie stamps..hahaha

anne 7/12/12 01:00

Angie , those are very pretty delicious cookies ! The cookie stamp is just awesome :D Need to look for it here .....

Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking 7/12/12 01:01

How cute are these? LOVE them Angie!

The Red Apron 7/12/12 02:47

where can I get this stamp?
The cookies looks amazing!!!

jasna varcakovic 7/12/12 04:59

So cute...stamping is so IN !

Mich - Piece of Cake 7/12/12 07:32

Congrats on winning the gift card, I love that stamp!

Anonymous 7/12/12 08:00

You should sell these gorgeous cookies Angie.
:-) Mandy

Vimitha Durai 7/12/12 08:14

Loving that stamp. Cookies look so scrumptious...

Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 7/12/12 11:56

What great little cookies you made! The perfect gift!

Beth 7/12/12 14:14

Your homemade stamped cookies are just lovely. Congratulations on your win!

Kate@Diethood 7/12/12 14:55

I love your cookie stamp! I want it! :) Congrats on your win! Your cookies look amazing, as always.

nancy at good food matters 7/12/12 15:21

The best cookie stamp I've seen in a long time--love it. Just the right one, too for peanut butter cookies. so clever. well done!

RavieNomNoms 7/12/12 15:39

OH MY GOSH!!! This is just too stinkin cute!!! I need one of those stamps now

Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 7/12/12 15:52

That stamp! I've never seen that before--it is so cool! I love these as a healthier alternative to typical Christmas cookies.

Joanne 7/12/12 16:03

I love using spelt flour in baking and peanut butter cookies are a favorite ALWAYS...these look awesome.

Pam 7/12/12 17:41

Cute cookie cutter & very tasty looking cookies!

Tricia @ saving room for dessert 7/12/12 18:41

I would love to try making stamped cookies. They look delicious - and I am partial to peanut butter - yum!

Alida 7/12/12 18:42

wow! Your photos and your baking is getting more and more professional! Brava angie!

Valerie Gamine 7/12/12 20:59

These cookies are beautiful! I'd almost hate to bite into one and ruin the design...almost. :D

Brownieville Girl 7/12/12 21:37

Oh ma Oh man, they are soooooo pretty - great pictures too!

Kit @ i-lostinausten 7/12/12 22:16

Oh WOw! These cookies are so SWEET! LOVE IT! :)

Sokehah cheah 8/12/12 00:26

Angie, these cookies are simply adorable and HOMEMADE!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 8/12/12 02:43

I love that mold and the peanuts cookies you've made with it are perfect! Home Made with your healthy ingredients make them so special.

Unknown 8/12/12 02:59

I love that cookie stamp but not as much as your cookies, Angie. I know you'll have alot of fun with it!

Yi @ Yi Reservation 8/12/12 06:09

The cookies look amazing. I am down for peanut butter cookies anytime. I love your stamps. I wish I can find one of these in NYC. Thanks for sharing.

Belinda 8/12/12 13:47

Love the idea of spelt, and simply loving the stamp!

Norma Chang 8/12/12 16:31

A cool stamp, love, love it.

Unknown 8/12/12 18:32

mmmGorgeous and fun!!! The stamp is very cool and the photos are very festive for this holiday season;-)

Koko 9/12/12 01:07

Angie, I ADORE that stamp!!! You lucky lady, congrats on your win! I'm off to check out Uru's blog now...thanks for the heads up about it!

The Squishy Monster 9/12/12 01:58

This is so much fun...saw it on pinterest and now I want it even more...yay for pretty AND delicious cookies!

GG 9/12/12 11:16

Love the cookie stamp, I've seen it on Pinterest too and now I have to get one. I bet your cookies are delicious, the Glam Teens would love them! GG

kitchen flavours 9/12/12 13:58

These cookies looks wonderful! I love the cookie stamp!

Obsessed with Peanut Butter 9/12/12 14:11

Have tried almost all peanut butter recipes i found! These look so great! Thumbs up for the clear description and great photos that make us want to eat all of them!

QembarDelites 9/12/12 14:44

Angie, I love your cookie stamp, it leaves such clear marks on your cookies! So gorgeous!

Lite Home Bake 9/12/12 17:11

Awww, too lovely! It will be heart melting to receive such beauties during this season :)

Penny 9/12/12 19:56

I love this stamp! What a great idea. Will have to check it on Amazon.

Cass @foodmyfriend 9/12/12 23:29

Whoa baby! I really want this cookie cutter. I need to order it off Amazon. Such a cool little design. I am a chocolate lover so I have to say.. the chocolate looks very tempting!

Debra Eliotseats 10/12/12 04:30

Congrats to CCU! I cannot make stamped or cut-out cookies to save myself. These look amazing though!

Terra 10/12/12 05:25

Oh I love that stamp, so much fun! Your cookies look wonderful, Hugs, Terra

lena 10/12/12 15:48

i'm sure they are very tasty, these stamped cookies really make excellent gifts !

Amelia 10/12/12 17:16

Hi Angie, love your cookies stamp. Soooo cute and your cookies look tempting. :)

Have a lovely week ahead.

Nina 10/12/12 20:18

Oh my god...they are such a lovely treat to the eyes. Beautiful looking cookies:)

Reeni 11/12/12 02:45

I love that stamp Angie! Makes the cookies look so rustic and charming!

Unknown 11/12/12 05:16

These cookies are just so good looking.. and I wouldn't even want to take a bite out of them. Love peanut butter but I have not experimented with spelt flour before. Certainly something that I would love to try. Beautiful presentation and clicks! xoxo, Jo

mjskit 11/12/12 05:57

What cool cookies! I love the stamp!

Janine 12/12/12 06:54

When I was looking at your photos, I got reminded that I have that very same stamp too, but never knew what to do with it because I thought it was too large for cookies. But I'm definitely digging it out to try out your recipe!

Parsley Sage 12/12/12 14:42

LOVE LOVE LOVE! I want one of those stamps :)

Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 13/12/12 01:53

Oh, these are so great Angie! Love the idea of the stamp... I should look into it... peanut butter/spelt is a smashing combination!

Helene Dsouza 15/12/12 11:20

I want these cookie cutters! =P

Kitchen Butterfly 18/12/12 10:37

They are absolutely gorgeous Angie - I love all the photos and the beauty of the cookies! Yum.

Choclette 19/12/12 21:16

You have achieved the best definition I've seen yet for this cookie stamp and they look superb. Mine have so far turned out quite blurry. Your technique is quite different though, so I will try it next time. Your cookies also sound delicious. Did you use the same recipe for the chocolate ones, but with added cocoa? And your photos are as stunning as ever.

Angie's Recipes 20/12/12 06:04

@ChocletteThanks! Chill the cookies for a couple of hours before baking, then they won't look blurry. The chocolate one I used a simple shortbread recipe with added cocoa powder and some ground almond.


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