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I assume most recipes call for creamy. Should I use more crunchy? Should there be a cooking adjustment for time or temp?

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Nope. For peanut butter cookies it's just a matter of taste, and it's 1:1.

  • Won't the cookies (the part that isn't peanut chunks) be more "floury" if it's substituted 1:1? – Random832 Jan 26 '15 at 17:36
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    @Random832 In my experience, no. Even though recipes often specify creamy or chunky, I have always just used whatever I have on hand. I've made them hundreds of times, from different recipes, they're a go-to rainy day kind of thing. I have a batch in the works right now, as a matter of fact. I have never noticed any issue or problem with straight subbing back and forth. – Jolenealaska Jan 26 '15 at 19:21
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Absolutely no difference. The small volume that the nuts take up is not enough to change the consistency of the product.

Around here they sell extra-crunchy.

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