Peanut butter cookie stuffed brownies might be the best way to combine peanut butter and chocolate

Gimme Delicious

Having a craving for a tray of warm brownies? Or wishing for some sweet, melty peanut butter cookies? Why not combine them to get the best of both worlds? Behold, peanut butter cookie stuffed brownies!

The basic concept is to bake the peanut butter cookies right into the brownies. You can use a boxed brownie mix, as they suggest over at Delish. Or if you want to put your baking skills to good use, try this recipe from Gimme Delicious, which calls for homemade brownies and cookies.

First, you make the peanut butter cookie dough and then set it aside while you mix up the brownie batter. Spread the brownie batter into a lined pan, and then plop generous scoops of the cookie dough right into the unbaked brownies.

With cooking and baking time totaling a little under an hour, this decadent dessert will take a little effort, but the result looks oh so worth it!

Gimme Delicious

Here’s another recipe that combines peanut butter and brownies — this time with the peanut butter on the inside! These peanut butter stuffed brownie cookies from The Loopy Whisk have a crispy cookie crust with a fudge interior and a gooey peanut butter center. While creating them, you basically make one treat and then add the other to it.

The Loopy Whisk

These peanut butter brownie cookies are not only gluten-free for those with allergies but the recipe is also super simple with a few ingredients and short baking time. These treats are easy to whip up for a special occasion, a birthday or just because.

First, you bake the brownie cookies using eggs, sugar and some other dry ingredients. With sifting and folding, you have your brownie cookie batter that is ready to be placed on a tray. Then you scoop the batter on to a baking sheet and stuff with a spoonful of peanut butter to get the gooey center of the cookie.

Then pop the tray in the oven for 12 minutes and bam, you have a delicious treat in under 30 minutes.

Don’t forget these simple charts that will make your baking that much easier — and make you look like a real professional no matter which peanut buttery brownie dessert you’re making!

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Haley Velasco
Haley Velasco lives in New York, where she works as a digital publishing editor at The Wall Street Journal. She's also written for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Life & Style and more.

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