Giant Peanut Butter & Hershey Drop Cookies

Giant Peanut Butter & Hershey Cookies~ Blooming on Bainbridge Have you gotten your muffin top pan? You know. The one I fell in love with when I made the Reese's Pieces Peanut Butter Cup Cookies.
Every time I bake cookies using this pan I always ask myself the same question~"Where have you been all my life?" Seriously. This pan is life changing. Especially when you like cookies perfectly round and gigantic! Giant Peanut Butter & Hershey Cookies~ Blooming on Bainbridge These peanut butter cookies are sprinkled with Turbinado sugar for an extra crunch.
They're perfect for wrapping up in cellophane and delivering to friends.
Guys like-em' too!
So do fur-balls. {just not the chocolate}
Obviously they're festive for this time of year.
Here's what you need: Photobucket Follow the same peanut butter cookie dough recipe used with the Reese's Pieces Peanut Butter Cup Cookies.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. The only change will be these yummy Hershey's Milk Chocolate Drops. Photobucket I'm in love with these little chocolate drops. They're the perfect pop of milk chocolate and taste exactly like a Hershey's KISS! Combining these with peanut butter is about all I can handle. So GOOD!
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Mix up the peanut butter cookie dough. Photobucket Grease the muffin tops with Crisco. Photobucket Here's where the Hershey Drops come in. Photobucket Scoop 1/4 cup of cookie dough in each muffin top. Photobucket Press the dough down. Photobucket Smush Hershey Drops into each cookie. Photobucket Pop them in the oven preheated to 350 degrees. Don't over bake. The cookies will bake just a bit more as they cool in the pan. Photobucket Let cookies sit for a good five minutes before removing from pan.
Place on cooling rack. Photobucket Pour up a glass of cold milk and ENJOY!
Happy Happy Weekend to you my friends!
For more peanut butter goodness pop over and take a peek at: 
*Bridget's Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
*Averie's Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Oatmeal Skillet Cookie
*Marla's 100 Delicious Recipes for Fall
Thanks to Jenny for inspiring me to bake cookies in the muffin top pan!
Check out The Picky Palate Cookbook here!
SNUGGLES to you all!
Stay warm and cozy!
xo

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7 comments:

  1. Goodness!! Fun for spoiling some friends!
    How are you doing sans sugar? I'm struggling...but pushing on.

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  2. I can't wait for the Bloom Podcast! And yummy yummy looking cookies. I can def see why guys and furballs like them:)

    Jessie

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  3. These look absolutely scrumptious!! Not only do I have to go out and get all of these ingredients right this very minute....I also have to order that PAN!! Thanks for sharing!! Hey T, when will the Bloom Products be available? Thanks!
    xo
    Jeanne

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  4. Hi Teresa!! Looks like you are having a busy + TASTY weekend! I have never seen those chocolate drops before ~ they look addictive. The muffin top pan is such a fun way to bake cookies. Thanks for the shout too :) XO
    {by the way ~ looks like little miss Isabelle needs to be added to your sidebar....}

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  5. Yummy, yummy!

    Using a muffin-top pan is genius - a certain must-try for me too!

    Enjoy your weekend,

    Janet

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  6. Wait....did I know these were peanut butter cookies?!?!? I mean, I loved them before, but now...oh my goodness! Peanut butter with those chocolate drops. I need these cookies...and one of those pans. What the heck is taking me so long!

    I'll be making these SOON for Mr. E so he can top them with COPIOUS amounts of ice cream. :)

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    1. Ugh! Ice Cream on top of these cookies. HEAVEN! xo

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