Reese's Chocolate Chip Cookies
Posted by Tara
I am one of those Moms. You know. The one who has chocolate stashed in different places throughout the house. I love my chocolate cold out of the fridge, so most of the time I have mine hidden behind the eggs or butter.
I grew up with a Mom who always had Reese's peanut butter cups and Dr. pepper on hand. I may not have inherited the need for a Dr. Pepper stash, but the Reese's cups I definitely have!
When I bake, I like to bake with simple recipes. If it seems too complicated, I'll try to search for the same recipe with easier ingredients and instructions. So when I decided I wanted to make some peanut butter cup cookies, I went with the easy route.
I used the Nestlé Toll House chocolate chip cookie recipe on the back of the package. If you are not sure of the recipe I am talking about click here! This recipe is my go to recipe for cookies. They are always good and super simple. To begin, I made the recipe exactly as the package says minus the nuts.
Next I took 8 Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, roughly chopped them into tiny chunks, and folded them into my cookie batter. Bake according to the Nestle instructions. I like to bake mine for 9 minutes. Seth likes his cookies SOFT.
This recipe is extremely easy for a reason: so that even those who are new to baking can do it! It's definitely a fool-proof recipe. Also, if you aren't a peanut butter cup fan (what? who wouldn't be!) you can fold in any candy of choice. Peanut M&M's, Crunch Bars, Snickers.... you name it! Good luck and happy baking!!
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