Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies use chocolate chunks rather than smaller morsels in this delicious cookie. Sure to become a family favorite.
by K. Kristin
, HOBART, IN on Mar. 2009
As one of the few people who do not like chocolate chip/ chunk cookies these are great! This recipe has become a family favorite. I find them a little on the dry side but no one seems to mind that at all.
by N. Nancy
, rockville, MD on Dec. 2007
I was so disappointed in this recipe because it received a majority of great reviews and when I tasted it I totally agreed with the minority of the reviews saying that these cookies have a cake like texture and barely tasted like peanut butter. My husband said that they tasted good but he couldn’t taste the peanut butter in it and I totally agreed with him. They tasted good not great just like good chocolate-chips cookies. I won’t make this recipe again and I will continue to look for a great peanut butter cookie recipe…This was certainly not it.
simply the best
by D. Deb
, CRETE, NE on Sep. 2007
my daughter made these cookies and entered them in the county fair...they did great and went to the state fair!!!
by M. MARY
, VESTAL, NY on Aug. 2007
I just finished making these cookies and my husband has eaten 4 already. I did not have chocolate chuunks, so I used 3/4 cups peanut butter chips and 3/4 cups m & m's along with chopped peanuts. It worked out fine. Every cookie
has bits of goodness in every bite.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies
by J. Julie
, CORNELL, WI on Mar. 2007
These were a big hit with my husband. He really thought that this was an awesome recipe.
by N. Nicole
, Stafford, VA on Aug. 2006
These cookies were so easy to make and they are so yummy. My family just loved them. We are big peanut butter fans and these have a lot of peanut butter in them. Will definitely make again.
by N. Nikki
, INDIAN ORCHARD, MA on Jan. 2006
I made these last week for my nephew's 13th birthday (he doesnt care for cake, but loves peanutbutter cookies). I piled them high on the plate with a candle in the middle of a very big one for a big cookie cake! This recipe was met with rave reviews!!!! I will definately be making these again!!
by D. Desi
, Fishers, IN on Jan. 2006
These cookies are unbelievably delicious! I like to make these for my husband to satisfy his peanut butter cookie cravings. I've made these for friends as well, and am always asked to make them again! I do put my dough in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes or so before baking - I do that with all my cookie dough -they seem to turn out better that way. Oh yes, I also added 2 3/4 cup more flour to the recipe - otherwise, I changed nothing. Give the recipe a try, you won't regret it!
by D. Di
, NORWALK, CA on Jan. 2006
I made these for my friend and he enjoyed them. I think it could have used a little bit more peanut butter in it.
by R. Roberta
, Vernon, B.C. Canada1 on Nov. 2005
Tried out this recipe today and must say it is yummy! Peanut Butter Cookies are a favorite in this household, but with the chocolate chunks added, they are fabulous! Half a dozen were gone before I got them off the baking rack and into the cookie jar. A must-have in any recipe box!!!
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