Cookies are great, aren’t they? They can be eaten for a simple dessert, a quick snack or even a treat with your morning coffee. With all of the apple baking I did last week, I decided to bake something without apples yesterday. I didn’t have anything in mind really, just something that I could make without having to go to the store. When I grocery shop, I usually browse around in the baking section and see what kind of new or seasonal goodies they have. It seems like that section is getting bigger at my local store and I love it. It’s really fun to have a nice selection of different flavored chips and candies that you can add to some homemade cookies. I like to grab whatever catches my eye or that looks good so I have it on hand for later.
My family really likes peanut butter, so I already had peanut butter chips and a bag of these Reese’s Pieces in my cupboard. These large Peanut Butter Lover’s Cookies are crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside, swirled with peanut butter, peanut butter chips, and packed with Reese’s Pieces. What more could a Peanut Butter Lover want? You will definitely want a tall glass of cold milk when enjoying these cookies:) These cookies are the perfect colors for fall and are a sweet surprise in your little one’s lunch box. This recipe makes about 2 1/2 dozen large cookies, and they are, of course, freezer friendly! Bake up a batch today!
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