Very good! Be careful not to overcook, or the PB layer will get dry. Will definitely make this again!
PB & Chocolate Pan Cookie
Comments and Reviews 1-10 of 12
angelamd79 Posted: 11/09/09
issalyn Posted: 08/24/10
Great taste and easy. Made this with butterscotch and dark chocolate chips on top. Made with half splenda and half brown sugar, was definitely sweet enough. Also put M&Ms in mix.
AmyMay7 Posted: 03/12/09
The batter seemed really thick so I was worried I measured wrong, but they were really moist. Also, I used the reduced fat Bisquick because that was all I had on hand and they were still delicious and rich. I will definitely make these if I am asked to bring a dessert to a family gathering.
cynthia1936 Posted: 11/04/09
this recipe calls for 'baking mix' what should I use?
Southern Cook Posted: 03/09/11
This recipe is so easy & my family LOVES it. They are better if you are patient and let the icing (chips) set. We have trouble waiting, though! These don't last long in our kitchen! (I agree with the other reviews to watch it and don't over brown)
Katie0831 Posted: 07/21/10
Great, easy recipe!! I have made this many times to take to parties and pot-luck dinners. It is always a crowd-pleaser and I never have leftovers! I agree...do not over-cook to cookie, because it will become dry. By the way, "cooking mix" is Bisquick.
yelzees02 Posted: 07/30/10
Great Treat!! Very tasty and easy to make. It was a nice last minute dish to make because I already had all of the ingredients at home!
JanetteSwasey Posted: 12/20/11
Super easy, super quick and super yummy! Will save and re-use this recipe for sure.
mferry84 Posted: 04/24/12
I followed the directions to the tee and it came out very dry. would not make again.
hkw0003 Posted: 04/24/13
I used creamy PB and a little Nutella cause it was all I had. It seemed very dry so I improvised and added a stick of butter like the pan cookies from the Nestle Tollhouse bag said. It probably would have been better if I had just used half a stick and maybe 1/4 tsp of salt. :) Happy baking.
osequin Posted: 05/04/13
These bars were quite good but nothing special. I love that they don't require a mixer and come together in no time. They were slightly dry but if you're short on time no one will be disappointed with these!
JustDesserts4U Posted: 05/16/12
The flavor is good as you can't go wrong with peanut butter and chocolate. The dough "spreads" easily and the bars bake and cut well (no crumbling). They look good and smell good, but they are dryyyyy. I put extra chocolate chips on top so the added "icing" helped a little, but there is no getting past the fact that you need lots of milk to wash these down. I am not giving up on them, I just have to figure out what to add that will give them a little more moisture (applesauce?)