Great flavor. Chewy delicious texture. Dough freezes well.
Peanut Butter Cookies with Butterscotch Bits
Comments and Reviews 1-10 of 14
Manderin Posted: 01/07/10
RobinB Posted: 11/12/09
Everybody that tasted these said they were the best peanut butter cookies they'd ever had. They are fabulous! I was in a hurry and did not chill the dough; they were still perfect. Other than that, I wouldn't advise altering the recipe. You shouldn't mess with perfection! Note: the recipe makes a lot more cookies than it says.
London1 Posted: 12/27/09
These were excellent! I made them for Christmas gifts. I didn't use as much dry ingredients as called for at the end as the dough seemed to be getting quite dry.
tammkey Posted: 02/15/10
they are very dry and fall apart
DonPow Posted: 11/19/09
Loved the taste of these cookies, but found them to be on the dry side. Will reduce cooking time next time to 13-14 minutes and see if that helps. Also liked the ease of assembling this recipe; fairly fast and simple.
Princess222 Posted: 02/18/10
These are wonderful cookies and a great variation on the usual boring peanut butter cookies. The butterscotch really adds flavorful depth. Whether 5 or 50; all the boys in our family loved them!
MissHolly Posted: 11/08/09
These cookies were fantastic! I used light butter (I know it's not recommended for baking) and Splenda, and they turned out great! Very fluffy and soft! I brought them to work and got many compliments!
crockhill19 Posted: 01/04/11
These cookies were my husbands favorite. They seemed a bit dry to me and were difficult to roll into balls after being chilled. Next time I make them I will skip the refrigeration and just roll them out immediately.
VanCityBookGirl Posted: 10/01/11
These look AMAZING! I can't wait to try them Here check out this really delicious and healthy cookie recipe: http://vancitybookgirl.blogspot.com/2011/07/delicious-healthy-cookies.html
Annie1313 Posted: 12/03/11
Made these cookies and everyone loved them. I put 2 eggs in instead of one, I did not chill in the fridge.Cooked them exactly 10 mins. and they came out just great.
suellenbrant Posted: 11/27/11
these cookies are great. only problem is they don't last long. My family loves them and eats them up fast. I have to double the batch. They also liked them with chopped peanuts added. the first batch I made were a little dry, so I added 2 tablespoons of milk to the batter and rolled them without putting them in the fridge. Remove them from the oven as soon as they start to turn a little brown around the edges. This way they are soft and not dry.
hcooking Posted: 09/04/12
JulieRae97 Posted: 11/17/12
KelseyRae Posted: 01/31/13
The butterscotch tends to burn if they happen to be at the bottom of the sheet, but even with that in mind they were delicious cookies. The butterscotch gave it a nice, sweeter contrast.