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Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray (2) miniature muffin tins with non-stick cooking spray. Slice cookie dough into 1/2 inch slices and then quarter each slice. Put one quarter into each muffin cup until you've used all of the dough. Peel the paper off of enough peanut butter cups to fill each muffin cup that has cookie dough in it and set the candy aside. Bake the cookie dough 9-10 minutes or until golden brown. Immediately after removing the cookies from the oven, press one piece of candy into the middle of each cookie. Let cool for about 10 minutes before removing to a serving dish. You can substitute Hershey's Kisses for the Peanut Butter Cups or use a variety of both.
This works best if the candy is refrigerated prior to making the cookies. Otherwise, they melt too quickly when placed on the hot cookies.
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Valerie411 1 month agoLove these cookies!! So easy to make!
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sarahtoolin 1 year agoQuick and very easy
Allycat413fishie 1 year agoMy grandmother makes this for Christmas like every year. It's so good! I don't know who wouldn't like this.
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Mist1301 2 years agoThese cookies were very easy to make and delicious. My family loved them.
heatherrohlik 2 years agogood and easy
samishepard87 2 years ago
Soulfoodsistah 3 years agoI made these with my kids when I found out at the last minute they signed us for a bake sale. Very easy and quick.
amydunbar2008 3 years agoVery easy great for a quick snack!
dezertprincess 3 years agoThis is a good and quick recipe - tastes like Butterfingers!
Laureo 3 years agoNot really a recipe since it calls for already made dough... but the reeses cup variation is awesome.
CCheryl 3 years agowow, what a great easy idea, thanks for sharing, gona try it soon, CCheryl
Cooking123678 3 years agoIt sounds good I'll make for my bday
Achilles7 3 years agoThis was a big hit in my house!
scolpitts28 3 years agoGreat!
Beachbumette 6 years agoThis works best if the candy is refrigerated prior to making the cookies. Otherwise, they melt too quickly when placed on the hot cookies. [I posted this recipe.]