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Don't be fooled by this recipe. It is the same recipe you find on the back of a Reese's Peanut Butter Chips package. A few words are changed and Pat calls for butter flavored shortening instead of regular flavor or margarine. She does not include the Chocolate Chips. The recipe is good and worth trying if you like peanut butter.
I LOVE THESE COOKIES!!! They are incredible and a nice, if slight, variation on the traditional peanut butter cookie. I use butter instead of shortening, and I also remove the cookies just before they are actually finished baking. By leaving them on the hot cookie sheet an extra minute, they are perfectly ooey-gooey delicious!
I made these and im 16. They came out delicious. But for my recipe.. I added 2 teaspoons of peanut butter and instead of shortening i also used regular butter. it tasted so darn delicious and everyone i gave some to thought they were delicious. my best cookie batch yet! Brilliant recipe. Kudos!
I thought these were delicious. I didn't find them flat at all like one of the previous reviews experienced. We made them as part of our holiday baking but fewer went in the decorative tins and more went in our stomachs. I would definitely make them again.
These cookies taste very good but turned out very flat. Had my brain not been in a January freeze I would have realized that these cookies are just chocolate chip cookies with peanut butter chips instead. Not very peanut buttery in my opinion.