dessert

Chocolate PB Cookies

When I’m looking for a new dessert recipe to try, my go to is Sally’s Baking Addiction.  I like how she goes into detail about why she choose the ingredients she did, most of the time.  I only dislike that when I want to make sure I have all the ingredients to make the dish before I go through the effort of reading the story behind it.  It seems you have to scroll forever to get to the recipe, anyway, that is still my go-to for baking and if she hasn’t made what I’m looking for, then I’ll go to google.

This particular recipe, I think I found via Instagram.  The Ultimate Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookie.  I liked the recipe because it is a chocolate cookie with Reese’s cups mixed in, not the usual peanut butter cookies with chocolate chips mixed in.

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The original recipe includes a peanut butter drizzle, but I didn’t include that, I wanted to be able to toss the in a zip-top bag to store them and thought that would be a bit messy if not stored flat.  The recipe called for baking for 10-12 minutes, I baked mine for 10 and then let them set on the pan for a few minutes before transferring to a cooling rack.  That made them borderline undone in the middle, so if you like your cookies more gooey, I would stick with the shorter of the cook times.

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I’m not writing out the recipe in my post, so if you want to make these cookies, click the link above and it will take you directly to the post where I found the recipe.

Is there a better combination of flavors than chocolate and peanut butter?

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