Marbled Chocolate Peanut Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 15 min./batch
These cookies were good and tasty, but you are essentially making two batches of cookies and mixing them together. It makes a lot and was time consuming. I probably won't make them again, but they were good.
I used have shortening like another post did. I guess the cookies did not turn out like I had hoped they would and that was because the two dough's blended together too much and I had very little marble effect. The cookies had no distinct taste of chocolate or peanut butter. I would suggest not mixing the dough's together and taking a small amount of dough from each cookie base and rolling it together to shape the cookie. On the positive side, I will say the cookies are soft. I made two logs out some part of the dough and froze for future use.
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Ohhhh my, these cookies look wonderfully delicious. Have not had pleasure of making them yet, but it's my opinion that since they're from TOH, they would be excellent. Plan on making a batch to give as gifts. Nothin' says *M-M-M* better than peanut butter and chocolate.
This cookie is very good. I suggest everyone to make it. I did cook it at a different temperature. I cooked at 300 for 21 min. It makes the cookie very chewy and soft. thank you D. Beecher
This makes enough cookies to feed an army :) I love thies cookies & make them when we are going to have a lot of people over. So far everyone loves them. You can't go wrong with chocolate & peanut butter!
These make a LOT of cookies, but they are very good, I did use 1/2 shortening instead of all butter. I made them for DH's work. I baked 1/2 right away and froze the other half in "rolls" so I have slice and bake cookies.
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