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Sharon these are so delicious! Chocolate and peanut better were made for each other! I love the addition of cinnamon, and I try to use it when I can in my every day cooking because I just think it's good for you. Made for KK's 24 Days of Cookies event!
Decadent! These really are good. I subbed chocolate chips for the chunks. My first sheet was slightly overbaked and turned a little crumbly, but the next sheets were softer, so don't overbake! These are a large cookie. Made for Christmas Cookie game at kittencalskitchen.com
Excellent! I added some semisweet chocolate chips to the batter and finished off the baked cookies with 1/2 of a peanut butter cup. These were devoured! After the first batch though, I added another 1/4 cup of flour (I also cut the recipe in 1/2 so if it were a full recipe I may have added another 1/2 cup) because I wanted a thicker cookie that retained its shape better. Both the first batch and the cookies containing the extra flour were great! I LOVED the subtle cinnamon flavor and may even kick it up slightly next time! Thanks so much Sharon!
These are some great cookies. Peanut and chocolate in every bite and they just cry out for a glass of milk. Had them for breakfast the last two days :). DH likes a crispy cookie so the first batch I baked for 20 minutes, which was too much, they got pretty brown on the bottom. The 12-15 minutes is perfect for the kind of cookie we like. I was able to get 30 4-inch cookies out of the batter. Thanks Sharon for such a tasty treat!
If you love chocolate and peanuts, this recipe is for you! Two thumbs up from my family! I made as posted except I used salted dry roasted peanuts and omitted the 1/2 teaspoon salt. It worked wonderfully. I am usually not a fan of chocolate and cinnamon flavors mixed together, but these are great and the cinnamon is not overpowering. Thanks so much for posting this keeper!