Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies are my favorite desserts. I love them so much I could have made a whole book about them! I don’t know how it is because I love my chocolate buttermilk and peanut butter go hand in hand, I guess that’s why I like them so much. Anyways, I’m going to talk about my simple recipe for a peanut butter chocolate chip cookie recipe and tell you why I love them so much.
Baking soda, cornmeal, cooking spray, hydrogen peroxide, a pinch of salt, cream or milk, eggs, sugar, butter, vanilla and carob chips. I used a double stick blender to mix all the ingredients. I also used my hands for a bit of messy mixing. I mixed them until they were completely smooth and spreadable and then I placed them in a lined cookie sheet.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe
Method: All I did was mix all the ingredients together and placed them on the flaky sea salt flat sheets. Then I laid down 4 large cookie sheets on my baking sheet and pressed down on the mixture to make sure the dry mixture wouldn’t escape. I also put the second layer of peanut butter cookies on top of the flaky sea salt. I let them dry about an hour before removing the second one and placing them in the oven.
I would suggest using white sugar if you’re not trying to match a darker shade. It’s healthier and doesn’t affect the taste as much as natural stevia. I also would recommend using a food colorant for the chocolate chips if you’re trying to create a different shade than the ones in your recipe. I recommend using brown sugar or honey for a darker shade. Both are healthier and taste great.
The flavorings for these homemade peanut butter chocolate chip cookies are very easy. You can choose from my recipe or create your own. I love to use cinnamon and molasses as my main flavors. Other popular flavors include sugar, vanilla, and almond.
My best suggestion for baking time is to bake the dough and cookies in the same pan for about the same amount of time. This allows for an even browning. If you want to make softest cookies, you’ll want to bake for about 1 minute less than the package directions. For the fastest way to make these chocolate peanut butter bars, you’ll want to bake them on the oven.
These chocolate peanut butter cookie bars are delicious with or without nuts. There is a slight chocolate flavor when you bake the bars dessert. It doesn’t turn out to be an overwhelming flavor. If you’d like to add a bit of peanut butter flavor to your next batch of cookies, try blending crushed chocolate chips along with the regular chocolate chips. It’ll give you a richer, sweeter taste that will also compliment the peanut butter cookie recipe.
There is no shortage of recipes for these delicious chocolate chip cookies. They’re also perfect for making holiday cookies, too. Try experimenting with different textures for a different twist. You might like to try using vegetable peelings instead of chips. Another idea is to mix dry fruits in with the batter. Whichever way you go, creating a Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie will be one of your most popular creations.
What’s nice about making these peanut butter cookies is you can use whatever flavors you’d like. One easy way to get started with this type of cookie is to use vanilla ice cream to create smooth ice cream balls for the cookies and then place the chocolate chips and vanilla in a zip lock bag and freeze. Once frozen, remove the cookies from the freezer and roll out the mixture between two pans. If you’re not sure how to do this, try watching a few videos online.
If you want to make a really moist and luxurious cookies, try using low-fat milk instead of whole milk. Adding a touch of peanut butter gives the cookies a sweet and smooth flavor. Another great combination for this cookie is using white and brown sugars. Mixing these two sugars will produce a very rich and sweet chocolate flavor, similar to any dark chocolate bar. For a completely sweet, and delectable treat, add a touch of natural cinnamon to the mix as well.
These cookies are absolutely delicious when made with fresh, natural peanut butter chips. However, if you have some on hand, that might be okay too. You can also substitute semi-sweet or bitter chocolate chips for the peanuts. To save time in the kitchen, try making your cookies ahead of time and then refrigerate them overnight. Then, cook them in the morning on a hot griddle (oil is fine) over medium heat. Once they’re done, simply transfer them from the griddle to a lined cookie sheet and pop into the oven to warm up.