New Cook in TX said:
Posted: 11/21/2009 8:21:41 AM
Yummy! Watch out they're addictive. Suggestions (some from other reviews that helped): Mix PB and P Sugar first and only do 2/3 or 3/4 c of each (otherwise there's too much PB for the size of the cookie). Refrigerate the mix while you're doing the brownie mix (it will be less sticky / easier to work with). If you have time to refrigerate the brownie mix too (20+min) it will also be easier to work with. If brownie mix is still too sticky, moisten your hands multiple times (wash and mostly dry). Also, I made 30 cookies instead of 24 (actually doubled it to 60 b/c otherwise I'd have leftover eggs, cream cheese and frosting). I did some without frosting, which made them a little less sweet and a little less pretty but very tasty.
Posted: 11/9/2009 6:41:26 PM
PBB Cookies are great, especially if you like chocolate and peanut butter. I am taking them to an office competition tomorrow and can't wait to hear the reviews. I made 30 cookies instead of 24 and they seemed to be a better size. Thanks Pillsbury!
Posted: 10/15/2009 9:52:07 AM
These are amazing!! I shared them with a few other people last year and they are still begging me to make more!!
way to sweet!!!! said:
Posted: 10/3/2009 10:17:58 AM
I think it's was to sweet.It also tells you to place to much peanut butter on each cookie,it should be half that amount when you hold it up the weight of the peanut butter brakes the cookie.
Posted: 1/30/2009 12:18:03 AM
These cookies are amazing. I took them to a party and everyone called them "heavenly cookies" and they were all gone at the end of the party.... I was even asked for my "secret" recipe.
Posted: 12/18/2008 2:23:31 PM
I am attending my first "cookie exchange" party and i know this cookie will impress everyone.
Posted: 12/17/2008 7:17:50 AM
I made these for a department gathering at work. A couple of suggestions: (1) Use your hands to mix the ingredients together. I could not get either mixture to combine with using a utensil. (2) Chill the mixtures in the fridge before making the cookies, this will help with keeping things less sticky. I had 3 requests for this recipe, so it was a hit.
Posted: 11/20/2008 2:07:06 PM
I cut the recipe for these cookies out of a magazine several years ago. They sounded delicious and easy to make and I thought I recognized the gal (Debbie McGowan) who submitted and won in the Bake-Off...as someone I had worked with some years ago. The recipe recently floated to the top of my stash and I tried them. WOW! My husband took them to work and has been getting requests for the recipe all week! They are wonderful and so so rich and decadent! They will win the heart and soul of any chocolate lover! Thank you, Debbie.....and Pillsbury!!
Posted: 12/10/2007 1:29:39 PM
I made these cookies last Christmas and my family loved them.I'm making them again for my cookie tray.If you like chocolate and peanut butter together you will love this combination.
Very big hit said:
Posted: 10/3/2007 10:11:11 AM
i stumbled upon this receipe one day and it was the best thing ever. I have made it several times since then and every time i get the same reacion. People eat them up, i usually always have to double or triple the receipe so i have enough. One thing i found though, is i put the peanut butter with the C. sugar on once the cookie has cooled and then spread the icing ontop of it. It gives a creamier, richer taste. i have had no complaints!