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Simple to make but delicious! Cannot go wrong with peanut butter and chocolate! I made these for my Christmas cookie trays and everyone loved them! Thanks faith58
Awesome cookies and so easy! I did buy the Pillsbury cookie dough and think it worked better than a store brand dough. After placing the peanut butter cup in the center of the cookie they melt just a bit and get a glossy look. Very pretty and so good! Thank you sweetie for posting your recipe!
I made these for Valentine's gifts. Actually I used Betty Crocker peanut butter cookie mix but it worked great. I topped some of them with red/white sprinkles and some of them with a crushed granola bar. (Got the idea from a Pillsbury bake-off winner) Anyway is a great recipe! I will make these again for potluck! :)
We had a a snow day from school today in north Texas, so I made these yummy cookies for my 3 boys (I had one too)! This was so easy to prepare. I used my mini-muffin pan without cupcake liners and it worked out fine. I had leftover Christmas candy that I used and it worked too. I will be making these again. Thanks, faith58 for a quick, tasty dessert!
One word describes these....Yummmmm!! These were fast and easy - something my daughter will make on her own in the future. We made 24 cookies out of the one roll of cookie dough and used peanut butter cups. Thanks for a young-baker-friendly recipe that all of the family enjoyed (and asked us to make again)! Had to update this - my nephew (age 6) helped me make these recently. He was so proud of his accomplishment! This has to be one of the best recipes to get kids interested in cooking. Thanks again faith58!
I love recipes that I can through together and yet everyone enjoys. This is one of those recipes. Quick, easy, looks great and tastes even better.
These were VERY good!. I used Toll House chocolate chip cookies using one square of dough for each cookie. Next time I would use 1 square for 2 cookies. I put the peanut butter cups in as directed but put the trays back in the oven for a moment or two so the cups could "nestle" in. Then I goofed and allowed them to cook in the trays. When cool they would not come out. So back into the oven for another moment and they twisted right out. Wonderful addition to my cookie tray. And so very easy, too. Thanks for the recipe, faith58!
These were good.