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Trying To Recreate Planter's PB Crisp Cookies- Please Help With Assembling Recipe Directions/ Ingredient Ratios!

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Trying To Recreate Planter's PB Crisp Cookies- Please Help With Assembling Recipe Directions/ Ingredient Ratios!

I really miss these delicious grahm crackers peanut butter filled cookies that planters use to make in the early ninties. By looking at the ingredients listed on the bag (provided picture link with ingredients) Can any baking genius figure out how to replicate these?  The cookie was very soft...had a peanut butter filled center. apparently soybean oil is used instead of butter for the coating. It also shows that three different types of flour are used for the cookie coating...a mixture of grahm flour, oat flour, and wheat flour? Was wondering what the radio would be for that.  I believe the brown sugar, salt and honey are mixed into the flour also....I just cant seem to figure out the radio of each ingredient...or how to shape them like peanuts either....Suggestions for directions anybody please?!

Link bellow shows picture of it and ingredients listed on bag. 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jasonliebigstuff/4533389247/sizes/l/in/photostream/

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Yerffej

I read the ingredients on the bag and my comment is that this is an unhealthy combination of bad fats, questionable flour and chemicals.  Duplicating such a recipe would be difficult in the home environment.  What you could do is find a home recipe with similar,  high quality,  primary ingredients and go from there.  A far superior cookie could be made at home.

Happy Baking,

Jeff