Peanut Butter Chocolate Mounds | Simply Southern Baking

 

Peanut Butter & Chocolate fans take note – these cookies are addictive!  The chocolate kiss actually bakes inside the cookie and they look like little mountains.  They are especially hard to resist when warm.  I let them cool for about 10 minutes before indulging, but Mr. C (Mr. Chocoholic…aka my hubby) likes them the minute they come out of the oven.  I have to remind him that the chocolate is still HOT, but that’s the way he likes them!

 

Peanut Butter Chocolate Mounds | Simply Southern Baking 

These cookies are a much-loved favorite of family and friends.  A former co-worker passed on this recipe many years ago and I’ve been making them ever since.  Make a batch today and see how fast they disappear!  Happy Baking!

 

This post is linked to Cast Party Wednesday, Taste and Tell Thursdays

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25 Responses to Peanut Butter Chocolate Mounds

  1. Jenny Flake says:

    Robin,
    I just love your new site and oh my these cookies look just to die for! Looking forward to following your yummy treats!! xoxoox

    Jenny

  2. Love these cookies, peanut butter and chocolate, my favorite. Can’t wait to see more of your recipes.

  3. Robin–I love your new blog and love this recipe. I can’t tell you how many of these my husband ate after the bake sale! Thanks for sharing your recipe and I look forward to your future blog post!

  4. Aggie says:

    How lucky am I to have actually had these! What a great cookie and I am sure I can handle the baking (I’m baking challenged so you know, lol). Pb and chocolate is my favorite combo ever! :)

  5. Deborah says:

    I’m pretty sure I’d be like your husband and not be able to resist these right out of the oven!

  6. Maria says:

    You can’t go wrong with PB and chocolate. Yum!

  7. Yum! So nice to meet you thru Aggie :)

  8. These look SO GOOD! I’m so glad Aggie sent me your blog :) Can’t wait to see more!

  9. Joanne says:

    Robin, We love these cookies and are so excited to see your site up and running! Everything looks lovely, we can’t wait to see more!

    All the best, Joanne and Adam :)

  10. Shaina says:

    Welcome to the blogging world! I can’t wait to see what else you bring to the table, especially if they are as tasty as these cookies. :)

    • Robin says:

      Thank you Shaina! It’s good to finally be posting after all the planning. Stay tuned…I’ve got lots to share.

  11. Kimby says:

    Congratulations on your new blog, Robin — it looks great! I loved your sentiment re: wishing you had more time to spend in the kitchen… (Can you hear the “me, too’s” echoing across blog land?!) I’m so glad to “meet” you from The Culinary Lens link party and I look forward to following you!

    • Robin says:

      Thank you Kimby. Oh the dreams of having more time to spend in the kitchen! Of course, the grocery bill would really go up then, but the bright side is there would be more goodies in the house!

  12. I really nice idea I love the little mounds. I always think it is nice to have different shapes in cookies

  13. Shelby says:

    I am very jealous that Aggie got to eat one! They look yummy and congrats on your blog!

  14. Wanda says:

    I had this cookies already made by you my dearest friend. I’m a lucky gal! Thanks for the recipe and love your blog design! Sweet hugs!

  15. Eftychia says:

    Delicious treat! I can’t wait to try your recipe!

  16. Michael Ann says:

    Hi. This is my first visit to your site. I’m doing the Cast Party Wednesday. What a nice blog you have here! Nice looking with very appealing recipes. This cookie recipe looks amazing!!!

    Michael Ann
    http://thebigggreenbowl.blogspot.com

  17. Stephanie says:

    Happy National Peanut Butter Cookie Day! I saved your recipe for future baking, thanks!

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