These Peanut Butter Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies are soft, chewy, and filled with melted chocolate.
So I know you made those soft and chewy peanut butter cookies last week, right?
Aren’t they soooo good?
Wanna make them again?
I knew you did.
But you need a little something extra, right? Some pizazz. A little sumpin’ sumpin’ to put them overthe edge.
I hear ya. And I’ve got just the thing.
Chocolate. Duh. You probably could have seen that one coming a mile away.
But here’s the deal. You know those peanut butter blossoms with the Hershey Kiss in the center?
I don’t like them.
There, I said it. Peanut butter blossom loving world, do your worst to me!
You see, I like my chocolate melted for me. I mean, who wants to do the work of biting into that big honking Hershey Kiss. I want the melty chocolate and the peanut butter cookie to shmooze together into one big gooey chewy warm mess.
So instead of a Hershey Kiss, I made little indentations in the center of these cookies then stuffed them with my favorite fair trade chocolate chips and allowed them to get all warm and delightful in the oven. When they came out I swirled the melty chips together and sprinkled them with sea salt.
Boom. Peanut butter cookie nirvana.
These cookies are awesome, but there’s something even more awesome featured in the picture above.
See that adorable little spatula? It’s more than just a cute and useful cookie lifter.
It’s OXO’s Good Cookie Spatula. OXO has managed to make eating cookies even better, because now every time you bake up a warm batch of cookies, you can help support pediatric cancer research. You see, 50% of the profits from all Good Cookie Spatulas are donated to Cookies for Kid’s Cancer, the brainchild of two OXO employees who were inspired by their own son’s battle with pediatric cancer. At the Cookies for Kid’s Cancer website you can also find other ways to help their cause–whether it’s hosting your own bake sale or sending a friend a package of fresh bakery cookies.
You can get your own Good Cookie Spatula and help support this life saving research. It’s that easy. And that important.
Recipe by Neighborfood