Cookie Classics: Peanut Butter Cookie Bowls

SweetnsimpleblogMmmmmm peanut butter.

I LOVE peanut butter cookies!!!!

Now you see, there is this problem with peanut butter cookies… I’m not sure if you’ve experienced this but I sure have… no matter what recipe I use they just end up flat, rock hard the next day, or too crispy or crumbly.

Personally, I like my cookies thick and chewy and for them to stay that stay that way for a few days (or till they’re all gone 😉 )

Just as I’ve hunted and tested a ton of chocolate chip cookie recipes (and landed on this one, it is the BEST), I have also searched for the perfect PB cookie recipe…

I thought I would try a new recipe (which I found here) that looked hopeful with its promises of thick chewiness.

Nope.

Turned out as flat as a pancake (well actually more like a crepe). And I promise I followed all the directions exactly!!

So, stuck with a whole bowl of really yummy, however, flat-cookie PB cookie dough I had to come up with some way to salvage these cookies.

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Enter cupcake pan.

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I figured if I somehow contained the dough and could stop it from spreading the cookies will turn out perfectly!!

And I was right!!! Well sort of… they kind of turned into cookie ‘cups’.

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So… this recipe have moved from PB cookies to PB cookie bowls.

Which in my opinion looked like the perfect place to put a scoop of ice cream!!!!!!

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These peanut butter cookies turned into a bit of an adventure… but the end result was a winner!! Doesn’t get much better than a cookie + ice cream combo 🙂

Happy Baking!

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