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Soft & Chewy Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

Soft & Chewy Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies recipe
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The beloved peanut butter cookie gets a chocolate boost from devil's food cake mix while rich cream cheese lifts the chewiness to new heights.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
23 min
servings
total:
22 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
2/27/2013
So easy to make! Came out great...soft and chewy!
posted:
2/7/2013
This is probably the easiest cooky recipe ever! This is a go to recipe. I didn't have the devils food cake so I used a vanilla cake mix instead, pretty yummy too! :)
posted:
2/16/2012
YUM! A very easy recipe. The aroma of the dough was wonderful! The cookies are delicious! I didn't have devil's food cake mix and substituted fudge brownie mix. Double YUM? You just got to try it!
posted:
11/16/2011
Horrible. Dough was very dry and difficult to work with and mix. Mixing on low, still caused a big mess. I checked the web site and now see that the recipe calls for TWO eggs now, instead of ONE. Aren't these recipes "kitchen tested" before they're posted? I baked half of the batch. Threw the rest of it away, tried the cookies, threw those away, as well.
posted:
2/4/2011
I liked them a lot more than others. They were ok but not great.
posted:
12/13/2010
mixture was so dry it clogged my beaters. not enough p/nut butter taste. could not roll balls in hand because mixture was too sticky.
posted:
6/9/2010
p.s. definitely need to use a Kitchen Aid type base mixer.....no hand mixers here-too wimpy for this SERIOUS tough dough
posted:
3/4/2010
The total prep time is more like 30 minutes. The dough comes together very quickly, but then you have to form into balls and flatten with a fork. Very easy though and yummy.
posted:
2/20/2010
Overheated hand mixer and broke wooden spoon. Used 3 eggs to try and soften. Would probably use 8 oz. of cream cheese if I were to try this recipe again. Taste O.K. but don't think worth the effort.
posted:
1/26/2010
I made this with Duncan Hines with 1 egg before the recipe was changed to 2 eggs. The additional egg makes it easier to mix. If the dough seems too crumbly or dry, continue mixing! You kind of have to squeeze the dough into a ball to shape the cookie. It is worth the effort!
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