PEANUT BUTTER TOFFEE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES

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These Peanut Butter Toffee Chocolate Chip Cookies are perfect to add to your holiday baking list.cookies, peanut butter, toffee bits, choc chips

I try to come up with a few new cookie recipes each year.  This one was actually created after I went through my pantry and wanted to use a few chocolate chips and toffee bits that I had leftover.  There was a big jar of peanut butter looking at me, so the idea came to me instantly.  The cookies have big flavor, so they had to have a big name.  Peanut Butter Toffee Chocolate Chip Cookies!peanut-butter-toffee-chocolate-chip-cookie-2

Preheat the oven and assemble the ingredients.

peanut butter, toffee bits, choc chips, fall bakingMix together the basic ingredients and stir in the chocolate chips and toffee bits.

peanut butter, toffee bits, choc chips, fall bakingTime to bake.  I always bake my cookies on my baking stones.

peant butter, toffee bits, choc chips, cookies, fall bakingTransfer to a wire cooling rack.  They are very good just at this point.  My husband sampled one and said it is the best peanut butter cookie he has ever tasted. The cookies have a soft center and it seems like they melt in your mouth.

cookies, peanut butter, toffee bits, choc chips, fall bakingAdd the melted chocolate and sprinkle more toffee bits on top.

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Place on a holiday serving platter.

I froze some with and without the topping and they both were great.  Love cookies that we can make ahead and freeze.

Here is the recipe,  hope you enjoy.

 

An upscale peanut butter cookie filled with chocolate chips and toffee bits. A soft cookie that melts in your mouth. Great holiday cookie.

 

 

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8 thoughts on “PEANUT BUTTER TOFFEE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES”

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    1. Hi. Thank you for checking out the recipe. No it doesn’t have to be refrigerated first. It seems like so many cookies turn out better when the dough is chilled a little first but this one doesn’t need to be. Hope you like them.

    1. Hi. Yes you sure can use a hand mixer. Thank you for checking out my recipe. Hope you like them. Have a great weekend.

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