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Great recipe. Made quite a lot of cookies, I made all, and froze half of the batch for later. I will say, we enjoyed the (thawed) cookies from the freezer better than the fresh ones. The fresh ones were a little more dry, but the ones from the freezer were a little more moist. All-in-all, we enjoyed them and will make them again!
Great cookies!!! My husband is a huge peanut butter/ chocolate fan and he loved these. I used Skippy's Natural Extra Creamy peanut butter. My cookies, took longer than 15 minutes, averaging 20 - 23 minutes. Heather, thank you for a great recipe.
Peanut-buttery-chocolately goodness!! I too, used all salted butter, crunchy peanut butter, milk chocolate chips, and added a teaspoon of pure vanilla. Super yummy, and makes quite a few!! Thanks for sharing!! :)
So tasty!! I made these as an after school treat for my peanut butter-loving son. Due to lack of time, I used the bar cookie method and they were delicious. I also added 2 tsp. vanilla extract since using health food store peanut butter. Thank you, Heather Feather. These will be a new staple.
Came out delicious :D I used milk chocolate chips (it's what I had at the house) and baked them for 13 minutes. The peanut butter is a nice accent to the cookie and not to overpowering.
These cookies are FANTASTIC!!!!!!! My husband says this are his new favorite cookie. Just perfect:) Liked using the unsalted butter, keep them from being to salty from the peanut butter. Did add 2 teaspoons vanilla. Also, because I live in Colorado, I did added 1/4 cup extra flour. Thanks for posting.
These were fabulous! I used salted butter and brown sugar. I cooked them for 13 minutes, but I like soft cookies. Thanks for the recipe!
This recipe turned out great! I made these for one of my friend's birthday party and they were a crowd-pleaser. They're the best when they are fresh out of the oven, but stil wonderful cooled.