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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.
15 min
23 min
22 servings, 2 cookies each
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My family really enjoyed these. I used different brand cake mixes and peanut butters each time and they still were good. Definitely needs 2 eggs and I only bake for 7 minutes. Very easy!
I made the recipie according to the directions on the website. Anticipating dry dough, as many of the comments suggested, I added 1/4 c of fat free milk. I don't think it was necessary. Once I turned the mixer to the higher speed, the dough broke up some. My dough was actually the consistency of a thick cake. The cookies came out quite cake like. They were good, but not spectacular. I am not sure if I would make these again, although they were very easy.
This was so easy! Cake like & yummy! I improvised by using 3/4 cup chunky peanut butter and 6 oz cream cheese after reading other reviews. It wasn't dry at all. They were a big hit with my co-workers.
This would have been an easy cookie to make if I didnt have to alter the recipe. I know cooking isnt an exact science, but this cookie almost ruined my handmixer. Added extra egg and butter, still needed milk to eat.
I made these using triple chocolate cake mix, a little more PB than called for and 1/3 less fat cream cheese. They were very moist cookies and super easy to make.
This is the easiest cookie recipe I have ever used and the cookies actually turned out-something new to me :) I used Chunky style peanut butter to avoid the step of adding peanuts. These were a huge hit at work!!
I followed the directions in the magazine which called for 1 egg and the cookie batter was so dry you couldn't even shape them into balls and they didn't spread when they baked. After going online and realizing the magazine was wrong I might try them again, the extra egg is definitely needed!
I thought these cookies looked very nice, but lacked peanut butter flavor. I'd definitely add more PB if I made these again.
This recipe is worth experimenting with. I made the recipe with 1 egg, since I decided to read reviews after I made the cookies. BUT I also made the cookies with whipped cream cheese since it was all I had in the house - maybe that helped to make the dough a little more squishy with only one egg. They just came out of the oven and are nice and chewy. I plan on serving them tonight with some ice cream... maybe warm up the cookies in the micowave first...
My husband enjoyed these cookies, but I wasn't excited. They need more peanut butter. I discovered they were much better with a dab of pb spread over bottom.
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