8 Reviews

Yummy cookies with a nice texture. These were so amazing fresh from the oven, I can understand why you recommend making a double batch! I used parchment paper lined cookie sheets vs greasing the sheets and that worked out well. I got about 54 cookies from a single batch. Thanks for sharing. Nick's Mom

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Brenda. November 27, 2006

Great cookie. I made the chocolate cookie dough base and added different mix-ins. I made half the batch with semi-sweet and white chocolate chips and the other half with peanut butter chips and mini reeses bits.

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nmj November 05, 2008

These were wonderful! The dough was delicious - my daughter said the it tasted like chocolate ice cream! I didn't put any choc. chips in them - just 3/4 bag of peanut butter chips and they were still wonderful - chocolatey, chewy - yum! The dough is very soft - and they come out of the oven soft. I waited until they were completely cooled and it was worth it - they are delicious and I'll be making these again soon!

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Debbie1966 October 19, 2009

Peanut butter and chocolate, who wouldn't love it !!! Great cookies. Kittencal doe's it again.

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jamieisjewish February 26, 2008

what an exellent cookie. As i was cleaning off the mixers (aka sample time hehe) i couldnt help but liken the taste of the batter to a chocolate milkshake. I wish i had crushed and thrown in some of the whoppers we had leftover from halloween i think it would have tasted really good. I got 40 large cookies out of the batch. I used Reeses peanut butter chips (about 3/4 of a bag) and semi sweet chocolate chips (about 1/2 a bag) and found that to be just the right amount of chips. Im sending a batch to my swap partner and i hope she enjoys as much as we do. They taste good right out of the oven but even better if you let them cool all the way. I didnt refridgerate my dough and since my cookies were larger they took about 13-14 minutes to crack on the top. Another keeper recipe for sure. Also i can see why you say to use unsweetened cocoa powder - i think if i used regular it really would have ruined the taste of them... good thing i didnt have any lol. thanks kitten 5 stars isnt nearly enough for these cookies!

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Michelle_My_Belle November 04, 2007

Great cookies, made almost exactly as written except I just used 2 eggs instead of 1 egg and 1 egg yolk. Also, I did not have any peanut butter chips so I just used a mixture of semi sweet and milk chocolate chips. I did not refrig. the dough just baked it straight away and got about 42 good sized cookies. Thank you for the recipe.

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Take a Letter Maria June 12, 2007
Chocolate Peanut Butter Double Chip Cookies