This is a great recipe! I usually use peanut butter cookie dough when I make mine! They are yummy!!!
Bethany, The very best girl! They look as good as they taste. Your directions are great ;)
I used a tube of Pillsbury Peanut Butter Cookies and these couldn't have been easier. It is true that you need to experiement with the thickness of the dough. Our first batch was too big, but with a little practice we got them just the right size. Once we put a ball of cookie dough in the pan we used a melon baller to put in a hole and mush it up the sides of the tin. This method worked the best. This was an great,easy recipe to use with the grandchildren.
These cookies are fabulous. I used peanut butter cookie dough instead of the sugar cookie dough and sprinkled mini holly candies on top of the melted chocolate. They taste so good and look so festive. They really look like little flowers. Thanks so much for a great recipe.
LOVE THEM!!!!!!!!!! used my own homemade peanut butter cookie dough though. Mu husband loves them---------will be making again and again! Also very easy to make!
Excellent cookies, my kids had lots of fun helpng me make these.Your directions were very clear, but we had trouble figuring out just how much was too much or too little in the muffin tins. We used festive paper liners for the tins, and even though the cookies were not perfect, they still looked nice. We used Lennie's Perfect Peanut Butter Cookie dough #73960, a winning combo with your recipe. Thanks for sharing, Bethany!
Very good and easy to make. I didn't have mini nuffin cups, so I made round balls of the cookie dough and squished a Reeses in(then took it out) so it had a 'cup' shape. I also put the Reeses back in about 5,6 minutes into cooking and let them finish cooking with the Reeses in. They looked and tasted pretty good! Thanks for a great recipe, Bethany!