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I love a good chocolate cookie. I mean, what could be better than ending your day near the fireplace with a cup of hot cocoa (or cold milk if you prefer) and a batch of hot, freshly baked cookies. Nothing tops that in my book. I love to sit in my family room with my husband, watching a movie, playing a game, or just catching up on our week with a good batch of cookies (even if they are the frozen kind that I pop in the oven). It just makes everything feel more special and homier.
Whatever way you choose to enjoy your days, I promise, you will love ending it with a batch of cookies- especially when these are those cookies. These are a layer of chocolate brownie type cookie followed with a layer of creamy and luscious peanut butter. IT makes the cookie so delicious and a real treat. If I want to be extra fancy, I add a sprinkling of Reese’s Pieces. Together, this complements the cookie in a way nothing else can. Do not wait any longer to make these cookies. Surprise your kids and hubby tonight with this special treat!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Tastes of Lizzy T’s.
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Quick Tip: Pop these in the microwave to warm them up if you are eating them long after baking