Peanut Butter Cup Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 10 min./batch
Wow, these are huge hit with my household. They were even better when baked from refrigerated dough. I thought all that chocolate would be too much but they were great.
Winner at our house! I reduced the granulated sugar to just 3/4 cup and used 12 oz of the semi-sweet chips. Chilling the Reese's cups for about 30 minutes in the freezer does make it easier to cut them into pieces. Next time I would chill the dough for 2-3 hours as mentioned in another review. Soft and delicious!
These are easy and delicious. They do make a lot. I used only 12 oz.semi sweet chips and 8 snack size Reeses cups chopped. The house smelled wonderful while they were cooking. Do yourself a favor and make these!
I can't rate these yet, my batch is in the refrigerator for a while, just curious, why is there no baking powder?
i made these 1st time for my friend that has cancer she said they are amazing i broke 1 so i ate it and so yummy..thank you for this awesome recipe
I made these cookies following the recipe and they were delicious. Took them to my son’s school and his teacher said they were the best cookie she had ever eaten! I reviewed multiple requests for the recipe. I did add extra chopped Reese’s to the top of the cookies before baking.
Why is this listed under "low carb" recipes? Not even close to being low carb!
Made these delicious cookies for a family dinner, everyone agree these cookies are fantastic!. Soft and and easy to prepare. Definitely a keeper..
Made these with my son for Christmas. We both said this recipe is a keeper. Everyone who tried them said they were delicious.
is it necessary to use _Peanut Butter Cups?