By HeatherFeather on January 13, 2003
Photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
Photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
"I love these rich, very sweet, addictive cookies. I adapted this recipe from one I found and loved on allrecipes.com. I have altered it somewhat to suit my tastes and my preferred baking techniques but this is based on the recipe known there as Aunt Cora's World's Best Cookies. Cook time is per batch, cooking one sheet at a time."
Serving Size: 1 (1596 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Everyone try these cookies! Heather these are fantastic, and so soft even days later! These are the best cookies I have made in quite awhile and I back almost daily. Ty for the super 5++++++++ star recipe!"
"These cookies came out really well! I followed the cooking directions to a tee and they came out nice and soft! I substituted semi-sweet chocolate (sliced) and dried cranberries for the chocolate chips. The berries were a nice kick!"
"I make these as a bar cookie. Mix as directed, but preheat the oven to 375. Spread all the cookie dough into a 10x15" or so jelly roll pan, and bake 20-25 minutes. So easy and yummy!"
"Move over regular ol' chocolate chip cookies! Cuz these are probably my new favorite! Per others' suggestions, I did cut down the amount of sugar a bit. Still used a full cup of brown sugar and only about 1/2 to 2/3 cup granulated... they were still plenty sweet for us! I'm in cookie love! Thanks so much HeatherFeather! :)"
"Amazingly moist and yummy! I will make these again and again. I think they are my new favorite cookie! I did have to bake mine 17 minutes though."
"Very good cookies. I reduced both sugars to 3/4 cup each. One suggestion, before baking, flatten the cookies balls a bit or they will come out too thick because the dough doesn't spread that much. Other than that, they are delicious. Thank you for sharing the recipe."
"This is a very quick and easy recipe! Not too sweet and just enough peanut butter flavor. I only had milk chocolate chips so I had to substitute and I have to say I wish I had the semi-sweet. The cookies turned out delish, but there's no getting around the semi-sweet chocolate . Just a warning!"
"These are a great recipe. I ran out of peanut butter so I used almond butter instead. The college volleyball team my husband coaches for loved them as did the coaching staff. My kids didn't want to share them!!!"
"These were good. Everyone liked them but me really. I thought they didn't taste peanuty, to me they seemed like brown sugar with chocolate chips. I used natural peanut butter, which you would think make them more peanuty. I don't get it. I probably will make this again though."
"These cookies are awesome! I made a few alterations/substitutions...I reduced white sugar to 1/2 cup. I also used 1 cup white flour and 1 cup wheat four. I used Butter Crisco & added 1 tsp. vanilla. Yummy!"
"Wow. These are soo good! My boyfriend and I can't stop eating them. I LOVE moist cookies and these were just what I was looking for. I made a few changes because I didn't have white flour I used whole wheat and I also subbed peanut butter chips for half of the chocolate chips. Yum! Oh yeah, I also used natural peanut butter. I wasn't sure if it would work out but they turned out great! Thanks for the amazing recipe! This one is definitely a keeper."
"Excellent. I used very dark chocolate baking chips.Awesome! Thanks"
"These were very good, but just too sweet for me. I like a peanut butter chocolate combination, but the sugar overpowered the peanut butter. I'd cut back on the sugar if I tried it again. They were still yummy - thanks. (EDIT) The next day - these cookies were out of this world - not too sweet - just perfect, peanut butter flavor present and perfect texture - definite keeper! Thanks."
"I LOVE these cookies!!! Easy to make and even easier to eat!!! My kids and my BF ate ALL of them in one sitting."
"DD surprised us with these gems when we got home from hockey....they are magnificent. Never a better flavour combo than peanut butter and chocolate! Thanks for a great cookie!"
"Made these for my kids and husband to snack on. Didn't last but one day. I think my husband ate half of them. Good moist texture and melt-in-your mouth delicious. Great directions, too. Thanks."
"I used half butter, half margarine. My daughter requested soft pb cookies. It's a good thing she came and got them, as I had a hard time stopping putting them in my belly! I managed to hide some in the freezer, lol. Thanks for yummy cookies! Oh, I did leave out the chocolate chips."
"Excellent recipe! Thank you.."
"Made these as a thank you for a friend, but added a little twist. With the egg addition, I added a good splash of vanilla, and with the flour I added 1/2 cup of cocoa powder. Instead of only using semi-sweet chocolate chips, I used a combination of mostly semi-sweet, as well as white chocolate and mini chocolate chips. The dough is (was) amazing, and the cookies are really yummy too. They fall apart fairly easily, but taste is more important. :-)"