So if I had to rate this from, say, 1 to 10, soley on the basis of how closely it produces cookies that approximate real PB cookies, I'd have to give them a 6. However, they have potential to be 8 or 9 if you experiment a little with the mix and add some healthy fats to improve the flavor and texture. So even if my rating doesn't seem that high, I still recommend the product to anyone who doesn't mind deviating from the recipe.
The biggest problem with using water only is the "cookie dough" is very adhesive and hard to work with. The cookies taste decent, but they have sort of a "puffy" cake or muffin texture.
I experiemented and tried a batch with 1c mix + 1/4c Enova (DAG) oil + 1/4c water. These turned out better, and the oil made the dough easier to handle. Obviously, this has much higher fat content than using water only.
I also tried a batch with 1c mix + 1/8c Enova + 2 tbsps almond butter + 1/4c water. These tasted pretty good, but were a little too crumbly.
So like I said, a 6 if you only use water, but with some experimentation I think you could get them to 9 (at the cost of some added fat content).
And regardless of the taste, they are pretty healthy for you.