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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:
5/27/2008
I agree with the comments made by A cook on 5/27/08. I am a chocolate lover and I am generally not picky about anything. The cookies didn't taste chocolate enough or sweet enough or something. I would have never imagined chocolate and peanut butter not going together but I will stick to tried and true peanut butter cookies. I did frost them with cream cheese that was whipped with sugar. That made them taste a little better.
posted:
5/27/2008
Cookies are definately easy to make, soft and chewy, but lacking in flavor. It seems like they need something. Kind of like eating cake w/o the frosting.
posted:
5/25/2008
I'm so disappointed that Kraft printed this recipe in the magazine using one egg. It definetely needs two eggs.
posted:
5/18/2008
Very easy and delicious! I baked them for 6 minutes, and 2 days later the cookies are still soft and chewy. A keeper!
posted:
5/18/2008
need to be wetter dough very dry cookies fell apart. Tasted awesome though!!!
posted:
5/13/2008
My kids don't like peanut butter, so I sub Nutella chocolate spread in place of PB. Makes them really chocolately and tastes like a brownie cookie! YUM! (But this wouldn't help if someone has nut allergies, as Nutella has hazelnuts.)
posted:
5/10/2008
With everyone else I followed the recipe in the magazine. With all of the emails I get (and appreciate) from Kraft, maybe they could include a note or link to "Recipe Improvements" with the revised ingredients. That way anyone attempting to make a recipe knows Kraft listens (they do ) and cares!
posted:
5/7/2008
used the receipe from the magazine, the dough was hard to blend so after done baking i went to the website and found they added another egg to help blend. will try again to see if they turn out better.
posted:
5/6/2008
Recipe was certainly simple! Cookies were good but not fantastic - I will probably not make again. Co-workers were pleased by the softness of the cookies. Definitely need 2 eggs (not 1 as listed in the magazine).
posted:
5/3/2008
Recipe was simple - but the cookies tasted too dry.
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