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Make the Most Delicious Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Cookies with Printable!!

Hi Friends!

My name is Desirée and I blog over at The 36th Avenue.

The 36th AVENUE

I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to visit with Jen and you wonderful people every month.

What a great day… and what a great place to be!

I love it here!

Today I am sharing with you some deliciousness:

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Let’s start with the recipe:

1 Cup { 2 sticks } butter, softened.

3/4 Cup Granulated Sugar

3/4 Cup Packed Brown Sugar

1 Tb. Vanilla Extract

{ Yes I said 1 tablespoon}

2 Eggs

2 1/4 Cups Flour

1 tsp. baking soda

1/2 tsp. salt

1 Box { 3.4 oz } Vanilla Instant Pudding.

1 Cup Milk Chocolate Chips

20 to 25 Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups

Let’s get ready !

We are going to start with the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.

After you peel them cut them into fourths.

Don’t chopped them… You don’t want them to fall apart!

More peanut butter cups you put… more your cookies will taste like peanut butter.

Sorry if you are on a diet… Oh my! Here is your temptation.

As soon as you are done cutting put your Peanut Butter Cups in the freezer and leave them there while you make the rest of the cookies.

This will make them firm and they won’t melt away when you add them into your dough.

Let’s make the cookies!

Preheat your oven at 375ºF.

1. Beat soft butter, brown and white sugar and vanilla in a large bowl.

2. Add the eggs, beat well until creamy.

3. Then add the rest of your dry ingredients including the instant pudding.

{ This is the time when my kids say… Can we have some? }

Next add and stir in the chocolate chips.

And now it is time to take out those delicious chunks of peanut butter cups and add them to the batter.

Stir it gently with a wooden spoon.

Don’t over do it you want to see and bite into those small chunks later.

Let’s Bake!

Drop the batter by teaspoons onto a cookie sheet.

I bake mine for 8 minutes. The first batch always takes like an extra minute.

DO NOT OVERCOOK!

Cookies will get harder as they cool down.

When they are baked remove them from the cookie sheet to a wire rack.

They smell so good!

We made these cookies last week for our children’s school principal.

We adore him!

We put them inside of a glass jar and I placed a coffee filter between the lid and the ring that goes around it.

Then I closed it and there was the cute ruffle!

Because it was a special occasion we even added some extra Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups in a smaller jar and I used a cupcake liner to decorate the lid.

I punched out some hearts and I made this free printable for the tag.

You can click here to get your own.

I made them in a bunch of colors.

This will make a perfect gift for any peanut butter lover!

Think about Teacher’s appreciation gifts, neighbors, Mothers Day… you name it.

Easy, tasty, affordable and cute!

That’s what I call delicious!

Jen I love you to pieces my friend.

Thank you so much for having me another month while sharing this little treat with your EXTRAORDINARY readers.

Besos!

Desirée

The 36th AVENUE

Those cookies look HEAVENLY Desirée!!

Here are a few of the amazing ideas that Desirée has dreamed up lately:

Such a cute gift idea or craft to make with kids — Air Dry Clay Pendant

Her Dining Room Reveal is AMAZING

Desirée’s Forgotten Cabinet with the bright pops of colors makes me so happy

Be sure to head over to 36th Avenue — you will love it!!

xoxo

Comments

  1. Thanks so much for sharing. I made this recipe tonight for our teacher appreciation gifts, and of course, I had to sneak one {or two!]. Oh my. SO delicious!!

  2. These cookies look FANTASTIC! and I love the presentation. I will have to bake some of those! Thanks for the recipe!

  3. My husband loves peanut butter cookies and almost anything made with peanut. Your reciepe sounds and looks delicious. Thank you for sharing. Jo-Ann

  4. Welcome Desiree to tatertotesandjello. Cute name I love it and there Blog. You are a very lovely lady and creat the same. Except the cookies they look delicious. I will do a few. Thanks for shring & I will check your blog from now on.

  5. Thank you so much for sharing this excellent post!

  6. Thank you Jen for having me and thank you ladies for all your yummy comments!

  7. Yum! Why do great recipes like this have to have so many calories!!!???

  8. Oh, YUM! I’m dying that I have a 1/2 bag of Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups in the fridge right now but ONLY ONE EGG! Ahhhhh! lol

    We’re going camping next week, I will make these and bring them along for our trip, thank you!

    Danielle
    organizationalhysteria.com

  9. Oh my yummyness!! Those look so good. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    lexmallabooks.com

  10. Great idea for our teachers!! I’m gonna have to do that.

  11. oh my, these sound evil and delicious!!!

  12. Those sound so good! I love the coffee filter over the jar lid idea…so smart and SUPER cute!

  13. This recipe sound DELICIOUS! I cannot wait to try them. I love your use of materials for the packaging…so cute!

  14. Desiree I’m loving the jars with the cupcake liners! Really great idea and they look beautiful! Great gift!
    Susan
    Homeroad

  15. Love this…pinning :)

  16. Gotta give this recipe a try…sounds delish! Thanks for sharing!

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