Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Cookies

Ok, I know what I did wrong. Hopefully tonight I’ll have time to try again.

Start with sugar cookies, not peanut butter, nor cocoa mix — add plenty of chocolate chips and peanuts and the recipe should work!

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5 Responses to Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Cookies

  1. Bob says:

    So? How were the cookies?

  2. admin says:

    I haven’t made them yet but I did get the ingredients. I was out of peaunuts.

  3. dana says:

    Bob, the approach was dead on arrival. I have a post that spells out the disaster and now I have the ingredients for a coconut cookie which should turn out to be interesting.

  4. Sushovan says:

    I’m sorry I don’t have the specific reipce you are asking for, but there are reipces for checkerboard cookies in lots of cookbooks. Basically they are sugar cookie dough divided. Half of the dough is one flavor and color and the other half is another. Each dough is divided in half and rolled into a long thin pencil sized stick. Then the dough is placed next to each other, so every other stick is a different color. When your are done, you will have one long, fat stick made up of all the thinner sticks.Roll your fat stick tightly in waxed paper and chill. When the dough is chilled you take it out and cut disks from your dough that will have a checkerboard effect. Bake and eat! The flavors and colors could be whatever you like.

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