The combination of chocolate and peanut butter is just awesome. Who could resist an opportunity to make this yummy combination? I definitely couldn’t! So when the idea to make peanut butter cookies with chocolate Arabic letters popped in my mind, I had no choice but to go for it. It turned out to be a really fun Arabic Alphabet craft, Mashallah.
My boys helped make the cookies and they came out wonderfully. My oldest daughter piped out the letters for us.
If you have your own tried and true peanut butter cookie recipe that will work just fine. If not here’s a good Betty Crocker recipe.
Instructions for melting chocolate:
To pipe out the chocolate you can use a piping bag or a Ziploc bag. If your using a Ziploc bag, put a gallon size bag into a tall glass. Make sure the chocolate is cool enough to handle. Pour chocolate into the bag. Pull it out of the cup and cut the tip off. Next step: pipe out those Arabic letters!
Yes I know that was a corny joke, lol, but I just couldn’t resist! 🙂
Level of Difficulty: Relatively Easy
Level of Fun: Definitely a 10!
Age level: 2 to 102
And there you have it! I know you can’t wait to make some too. Any excuse to add a little peanut butter and chocolate to your life right? If you do decide to do this delicious project we definitely want to hear all about it. Drop us a message in the comment section bellow. Thanks so much for stopping by and please come again. 🙂
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