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Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Cookies

A big thanks to Jan at Range Warfare who kindly sent me three large packets of peanut butter chips - which I just can't seem to find here in the UK.

Ingredients: (makes about 24)
1 cup all purpose flour
1/3 cup cocoa
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp baking soda (bicarb)
1 cup sugar
1 1/4 sticks sugar
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 cup peanut butter chips

Step 1: Preheat oven to 180c
Step 2: Sift together flour, cocoa, baking soda and salt
Step 3: Cream sugar and softened butter, beat in egg and vanilla extract
Step 4: Gradually stir in flour and then peanut butter chip
Step 5: Drop tsp's of mixture onto ungreased baking sheets and bake for 8-9 minutes

Perfect with a cup of tea!!


  1. These sound amazing. Peanut butter and chocolate go so well together. I too am so envious of all the different baking chips avaliable in America that we can't get here.

  2. Wow these look delish and how lucky are you to get hold of peanut butter chips!!

    Btw ebay is a good place to get hold of different baking chips!


  3. Thanks Maria, Ill have a look on ebay. I really want some butterscotch ones!

  4. Your cookies look delicious, I love those peanut butter chips, my canadian friends once made me some biscuits with them in as I had given up chocolate for lent and i'd never tasted anything like them! They were so tasty!

  5. These look lovely - I've never got the hang of making cookies, they always come out way too hard.

  6. Peanut butter and chocolate .. the perfect food :)

  7. Next to chocolate chip cookies, these are my next favorite. I love them!

  8. I know what you mean about fearing converting - all the online converters seem to disagree too, which doesn't inspire confidence!

    These look great

  9. Thank you for stopping by my blog :)

    Those cookies look great, so delicious.

  10. These look really tasty Beth!
    I love cooking in cups, it is so much easier, isn't it?

  11. Those cookies look great! Peanut butter and chocolate is a magical combination.

  12. I'm glad you liked the peanut butter chips, those cookies certainly take the biscuit. :-)

    Congrats on working in American measurements, it took some getting used to when I moved here.

  13. Beth,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog! These cookies look gigantic and amazing! I recently have discovered a love for chocolate peanut butter ice cream, so I'm thinking I should make these cookies as soon as possible! :)

  14. Mmm I love peanut butter chips! These cookies look like a great way to use them.

  15. These look amazing I will have to make me some.

  16. WOW oh WOW don't these cookies look and sound awesome!!

    Rosie x


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