Hidden Treasure Cookies are sure to please kids of all ages! An irresistible combination of peanut butter and chocolate make this the perfect after-school snack with a glass of milk! Recipe created by Carol Gillespie, Chambersburg, PA.
by S. Shanna
, United States on Apr. 2013
I liked how these cookies were still soft a couple of days later. They didn't spread a lot when they were cooked. Everyone who has tried them liked them. Most people have come back for seconds.
Everyone Loved Them
by R. Regina
, Tville, SC on Oct. 2006
Took no time at all for cookies to be gone. I'll defintely be making these again. Very addictive.
Every bit as addictive as "kiss" cookies!
by A. Audrey
, Bristow, VA on Aug. 2006
We LOVE traditional "kiss" cookies which have a similar taste. This is a fun variation! I ended up improvising a lot this time...I didn't have butterscotch morsels, so I mixed the semi -sweet and white morsels half and half (not realizing the white were suppose to be saved for drizzling later). I rolled the finished cookies in sugar before baking thinking I wouldn't have anything to drizzle...but I ended up with extra "filling" (6 kids and a husband eating too much dough) so I melted that and drizzled it on the tops. Overall, it worked out to get creative :) This is definitely a cookie that takes time and gets a little messy...but it's worth it! Make sure to have lots of cold milk on hand! Dieters...BEWARE!!!
great grab & go cookie
by D. DEVEREUX
, AKRON, NY on Jun. 2006
Took these to my Company's picnic and everyone loved them, the best part was that you could and they did grab a handfull and go on to something else. Great flavor and all the different chips added to the wonderful taste, will make these often.
by B. B
, AUBURN HILLS, MI on May. 2006
I made these cookies and took them to work. Everyone said they were the best cookies they ever had. The cookies were gone before I knew it. So yummy!!
Worth the calories!
by T. Theresa
, Litchfield, IL on Mar. 2006
These wonderful, peanut-buttery, not-too-sweet cookies are deadly for dieters, but worth it if you can stand to eat just one! A bit more time consuming the first time, but I have made the dough and created dough-balls one night and finished and baked the next and it is not as bad. I cut back on the butterscotch chips just a little, and used a few more semi-sweet chips.
Best Loved Cookies
by C. Cindy
, Marinette, WI on Nov. 2005
I brought these cookies to our families thanksgiving dinner and they were the hit of the dessert table. Now I am planning on bringing them to Christmas parties next month.
Peanut Butter Lovers Delight
by B. Beth
, BETHANY, CT on Nov. 2005
A little fussy to make, but the end result is well worth the extra effort. They are delicious. I may try the swirl caramel chips instead of butterscotch next time!
Great for a Cookie Exchange
by K. Krys
, CLARKSVILLE, TN on Oct. 2005
I made these for my sister's cookie exchange party. Everyone raved about them and wanted the recipe. I can't wait to make them again.
My kind of cookie
by C. Cheryl
, VALLEY VILLAGE, CA on Oct. 2005
These are wonderful...great for entertaining....and to give as gifts.
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