Yesterday I was all, enjoy the day because the diet starts tomorrow. It was a holiday after all, and calories don’t count on holidays.
I am basically a scientist, so I know this to be true.
I had candy for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and all the snacks in between.
Why is Easter candy the cutest ever? It’s basically impossible to say no to the cute, pastel colored, egg shaped treats.
So I ate.
I went to bed full. Not recommended.
But I woke up with a strong resolve.
No more sugar.
Then I got out of bed, which was my tragic mistake.
My house is filled with a tortuous level of peanut butter cups, cream filled eggs and miniature candy bars.
If the Easter Bunny was really a nice girl, she would deliver all the candy and then that very same night come and take it all away.
Whatever Easter Bunny. Way to think about YOURSELF.
But since I am a giver, I decided to use my leftover candy for good and not evil. And by “mine”, I clearly mean, “my children’s”, but who’s counting?
You will have these beauties together in no time.
The inspiration for these cookie cups came from here. I just made a few small changes and totally cheated by using pre-made cookie dough.
What you will end up with is a peanut butter cup smack dab in the middle of a Sugar Cookie and Chocolate Chip Cookie Three-Way.
It’s a dirty cookie.
The Ultimate Cookie Cup.
Start with a package of pre-made sugar cookie dough and a package of pre-made chocolate chip cookie dough:
Then assemble them…sugar cookie on bottom, peanut butter cup in the middle and the chocolate chip cookie on top…
Place the snuggly peanut butter cup in your lined muffin tin…
I’ll start my diet tomorrow.
Also, since you all seem to love my muffin pan, HERE’S where I bought it.Print
makes 24 cookie cups
- 1 package Ready to Bake Sugar Cookie Dough (makes 24 cookies), room temperature
- 1 package Ready to Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (makes 24 cookies), room temperature
- 24 full sized peanut butter cups
- Preheat oven to 350°
- Let you cookie dough sit out of the refrigerator for approximately 30 minutes. If it is room temperature it will be easier to spread around your peanut butter cup.
- Line a muffin tin with cupcake liners.
- Place on portion of the sugar cookie dough on the bottom of the peanut butter cup, spreading to completely cover the bottom. Place one portion of your chocolate cookie dough on top of peanut butter cup, spreading to cover top of peanut butter cup. Make sure that entire peanut butter cup is covered.
- Place in liners and bake for 13-15 minutes.
- Let cool in muffin pan for 10 minutes and then transfer to a wire rack to continue cooling.
You can use homemade dough for these, just measure out dough into tablespoon sized portions to use.