Peanut Butter Cookie Cups {Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap}

Dec 16

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Sharing holiday cookies is my favorite! I normally make six or seven kinds, but this year, I just wasn’t up to it. Laying and eating cookies is more my style 😉

Baby likes cookies...

Baby likes cookies…

This is why the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap is so magical. I make one kind of cookies and get three more in the mail. And we raise money for Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. Yay for cookies and a great cause!

This is the FOURTH year I have taken part– I can’t believe I have been blogging this long.

IMG_9118This year, I made peanut butter cup cookies. Also a family recipe, and one batch for my family made almost 80 cookies- perfect for the Cookie Swap!

I had boxes leftover from last year, so I boxed them up and sent them to three lovely bloggers- Anna from Anna Dishes, Michelle from Chasing Bagels, and Renee from Tortillas and Honey.

I then received three amazing cookie treats in the mail!Renee from Kudos Kitchen by Renee sent the most wonderful peppermint biscotti and a handcrafted mug for the cookie swap. I’m in love, and what a wonderful memento!

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Rachel from Bakerita sent peppermint mint shortbread cookies. I LOVE mint and so do my friends! There were gobbled up! I apologize for the terrible picture. We ate most the cookies BEFORE I even thought to take a picture. They were that good.IMG_9164

Not Starving Yet sent delicious shortbread cookies too. YUM!!

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All in all, another wonderful year for the cookie swap!

 

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Ingredients

  • 4.5 cups flour
  • 2 tsp baking soda
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 2 cups butter-flavored Crisco
  • 1 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 4 egga
  • 4 regular bags or 1 XL bag Reese's cups, unwrapped
  • Cook time: 9-11 minutes
  • Servings: about 80
  • Difficulty: easy

Directions

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Spray mini muffins tins with cooking spray and spread around each tin.

Cream Crisco, sugars, and vanilla. Add eggs. Add baking soda, salt, flour.

Drop balls into mini muffin tins. Bake 9-11 minutes. Press peanut butter cup into cookie right out of oven. Let cool, serve, and enjoy!

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Comments: 5

  1. Thanks again for sending me these lovely cookies! I thoroughly enjoyed them! It’s been a hard year for me to get motivated and pep myself up for the holidays and holiday baking… these cookie swap cookies might be the only baking I do this holiday season which is so unlike me. But I don’t have a bun in the oven as an excuse! 😉

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  3. Michele @ Alwayzbakin Dec 30 at 6:16 am Reply

    Well, first of all, you look adorable! I but you’re ready to pop. Those cookies sound delicious. I’m all about the peanut butter and chocolate. I participated in the swap this year for the first time. LOVED it! What a great cause. I’m in love with the cup they sent you. That’s such a wonderful idea. Can’t wait to see pictures of your new baby! Happy New Year!

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