Thursday, May 07, 2009

they go together

Charlie was having a craving for peanut butter cookies.  So, if you're craving a peanut butter cookie involving a little chocolate action, you should try these.  
The kids will be walking in the door any minute.  Another half day.  We have big plans involving the purchase of a new cookie jar.  
Have a great day!

47 comments:

Hadley Gets Crafty said...

Make sure to show us that new cookie jar!

JoAnn said...

Thanks so much for another one of your wonderful recipes!

PrincessPea said...

Ooh, these sound dangerously delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe, and enjoy your half day!

APA said...

YUM! Have a magical afternoon! And good karma in choosing just the right cookie jar that fits right in! :)

Philigry said...

these sound perfect. really, you can't go wrong with chocolate and peanut butter.i can't wait to see the new cookie jar.

Courtney Heath said...

I have been looking for a new cookie jar for soooo long. Found a great one on Etsy, but it unfortunately broke in transit. Show us yours when you get it.

MadMad said...

Now that's fun, taking kids to a place with breakable things... I just KNOW they love it. Serves them right, though, for coming home early. Or... oh! It just occurred to me: you probably make your own cookie jars, don't you? You're probably off at some pottery-throwing/painting place, huh?

See? You're such a better mom than I am. Oh well.

Journeying Five said...

yum! I am always ready for a cookie! we need to see the jar, okay?

mle said...

I have a MAJOR weakness for all things with peanut butter and chocolate!

pricklypearbloom said...

Will you please come over and make cookies with me? Because apparently on my own I can't motivate. But I've been wanting to make peanut butter cookies for weeks!

Kristyn Knits said...

I'm sure we'll all want your new cookie jar! :)

At Home Mommy Knits said...

Since peanut butter and chocolate are a match made in heaven we'll have to try those out.

skeinsherway said...

Ooh, new cookie jars, fun, fun, fun!
We should get a cookie jar here, maybe, if I could bake enough to last through more than one afternoon, lol! Well, if I ever do, a fun cookie jar would be so much nicer than a ziploc... ya think?! :-)

happy knitting-
ali

fromallstitchedup said...

They look great ! Two of my favorite flavors in one.

Poshyarns said...

A good combination indeed. Of course, I now wish I hadn't read this post at 10.30 at night because now I have a craving....

Sandee said...

Yum yum yum I printed out the recipe and am making them tonight!!~ Thanks for sharing~!

Kendall Micayla said...

oh those cookies are so pretty! mine always get really flat and dull looking. :]
thank you for sharing your recipes, it really encourages me and reminds me to bake more often-plus you find the best ones!
xo-kendall

Jessica said...

Chocolate and peanut butter is really the best combination!

Jackie said...

cant wait to see the new cookies jar. I havent been baking lately due to the hot and humid weather. I dont want to get soaked up in the heat from the oven....

can we share your peanuts butter cookies ?

lucky knitter said...

Hope you found a cookie jar worthy of your delicious looking cookies!

joan said...

I have a new cookie jar my son bought it for me. He is the cookie monster around here. I hate to admit from Walmart, but it is glass made it the USA looks just like Crate and Barrel's. Cookies look great in it, too bad they don't last very long around here. blondies again last night made with peanut butter chips.

Kate said...

peanut butter and chocolate...yum yum! I usually get my fix on that combo through ice cream, but the cookies look delicious-

R a i n said...

Hope you get a cute cookie jar :)

Seanna Lea said...

I have made those cookies. They are so good. I brought a lot of them in to work, just so I wouldn't be tempted to eat them all at home!

Hilary said...

Can't wait to see that new cookie jar! And oh my goodness, my mouth is watering over those cookies!!

Ednamar said...

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LaughingFamily said...

I've been searching for a better PB cookie recipe - it fits into my scheme of convincing my 4 year old that he really does like peanut butter!

tiennie said...

I love peanut butter cookies but sadly my son is allergic so no peanut butter in our home. :( Have fun shopping for a new cookie jar!

Mo said...

MMMMMMMM-M They look and sound delish. Happy cookie jar shopping. Can't wait to see it!

molly said...

i always want peanut butter and chocolate.

Jane said...

Thanks for the link! Peanut butter and chocolate! There's nothing better!

Jackie said...

Hey there,

Wishing you a Happy Mother's Day...enjoys !

Alisha said...

Oh tried these yesterday.....oh my....so delicious! Thanks for all your great recipes!

la sirene said...

If it's as good as it looks like.. Mmmh! I would also eat the material***

KeanaLee said...

IF I wasn't so exhausted, tired & overwhelmed I would make them....Happy Mother's Day!

author said...

We just baked a batch tonight and it got rave reviews. Thanks for the inspiration

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natalie said...

I love your blog. I'm going to try this recipe with a butter substitute (no dairy for baby) and see how it works out.

Sandy said...

happy mother's day leslie!
i hope you had a wonderful day.
did you get a new cookie jar?

val of the south said...

Thanks - they are fabulous!!

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