These tasty Chunky Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookies are easy to make and easily will delight your friends and family.
by a. ashley
, Paso Robles, CA on Apr. 2009
i made the recipe, and then divided it in two, used half the batter as plain peanut butter cookies, and added chocolate chips, and butterscotch chips to the remaining half. Loved them both, especially the chips ones!!! will definately make again!!
by K. Kimberly
, Mesquite, TX on Jan. 2009
These tasted very delicious. I made 2 batches of them. One regular and one with lower fat peanut butter and they both turned out great.
by A. Andrea
, Morrisonville, NY on Oct. 2008
I just finished baking these cookies. They are very easy to make and they taste good. I love peanut butter and its not overpowering in these cookies. They did turn out a little flatt though. that might have been from slightly melting my butter a little more because i had no time to let it soften.
by B. Brittany
, Provo, UT on Sep. 2008
Theses cookies were excellent! My husband seriously ate 6 in one sitting. They are more of a flat cookie so if you're expecting fluffy this isn't the one.
by T. Trisha
, Arizona on May. 2008
I tried this recipe the other day. I wanted to make something a little different. They turned out great. I love the hint of cinnamon in them. I love that they are soft and chewy also. I hate hard crunchy cookies. I think the peanut butter helped with making them soft. I will definitely make these again. My husband loved them.
by A. Angelina
, GARLAND, TX on Apr. 2008
it was good. very tasty. although it was a little harder then expected i still enjoyed it.
Chunky Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookies
by A. Allison
, HARRISON, AR on Mar. 2008
I didn't have enough chocolate chips after my son found the bag, so I used raisins for the rest of what I lacked. It came out tasting great,however I think next time I buy two bags of chips one for the cookies and one for the walking appetite.
like stale cake
by K. Kristin
, APO, AE on Mar. 2008
yuck those were terrible! i'm sticking with my tried and true peanut butter cookie recipe and just adding choc chips to it. the consistency was like old cake, they were soft, mushy and mealy.
D. Cotton, Tulsa, Oklahoma
by D. DeAnna
, Tulsa, OK on Feb. 2008
I loved these cookies! I was looking for something original but a little different to give to my new neighbors as a welcome gift. They turned out very light and very moist.I liked the slight taste of the cinnamon with the peanut butter & chocolate. My neighbors enjoyed them too. I will definitely make again!
Very yummy chocolate chip peanut butter cookies!
by M. Michelle
, BELLE FOURCHE, SD on Nov. 2007
I made these today on a whim and they are so good! I used Splenda instead of sugar, otherwise I followed the recipe. Will definitely make again!
These cookies are something different and great for after school with a big glass of milk.
This no-fail recipe makes the best Key Lime Pie you'll ever taste. Keep a few cans of Carnation Sweetened Condensed Milk on hand for quick baking projects.
The two ingredients which make these extraordinary cookies special are the combination of oats and butterscotch chips. These Oatmeal Scotchies will disappear from your cookie jar in no time.