The Ultimate Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies PLUS HERSHEY’S #Giveaway #BunnyTrail

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 I was provided with candy by HERSHEY’S as well as a stipend from The Global Influence Network as part of my participation in this campaign. All thoughts and ideas are my own.

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I have so much fun celebrating Easter every year. While I know the meaning of Easter isn’t coloring eggs and sitting on laps of rabbits I do enjoy that side of the holiday. The one great thing about spacing your children so far apart is that you never have to stop the fun. For 13 years now I’ve had the fun of candy filled Easter baskets, pictures with the Easter Bunny & countless egg hunts.

The Ultimate Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies

Of course everyone’s favorite part is the boatloads of candy that enter the house. Thanks to HERSHEY’S my house filled up sooner than later. I recently shared with you my favorite cookie recipe ever for Peanut Butter Cookies and, um,  well, I’ve  sorta become addicted to them. I’ve made them over and over and over again.

The Ultimate Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies

Then one day I was making my favorite cookies yet again while thinking these couldn’t get any better if I tried…. or could they? I looked into my baking cabinet and found where I had hidden some REESE’S Reester Bunnies. I knew if I left them out on the counter they’d be gone before I could do something with them and this was the perfect idea. While I was in there I also grabbed some HEATH Toffee Bits and some REESE’s peanut butter chips.

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My husband is a huuuuuuuuge REESE’S fan and every Easter I buy him a big REESE’S Egg but this year I thought I’d make him some cookies. How cute are these REESE’S Reester bunnies?

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It was almost a shame I had to chop them up. Almost.

 When I chopped them up I left them chunky. I wanted you to be able to tell you had a mouth full of a REESE’S when you ate a bite.

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Add them into the batter along with some REESE’S peanut butter chips and some HEATH toffee bits. Doesn’t that look good? Mmmmmm.

The Ultimate Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies Batter

Take a scoop and place them on a non stick baking pan. I recommend Silpat’s for the perfect cookie.

The Ultimate Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies

Don’t forget to grab your fork and criss-cross them. Somehow I always forget to do this. It’s what makes any peanut butter cookie official.

The Ultimate Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies

The Ultimate Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies

To make these fabulous cookies you’ll need to make my Peanut Butter Cookies as it to batter then add in:

  • 1 Cup REESE’S Reesters (or PB Cups)
  • 1 Cup REESE’S Peanut Butter Chips
  • 1/4 Cup HEATH Toffee Bits

Then bake at 350 for 15 minutes or until golden on the edges. Let cool for 10 minutes and then move to wire rack until completely cooled. If you want to not fight people off hide them immediately in an air tight container. Enjoy!

The Ultimate Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies

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About Jennifer

Jennifer, the mom behind the Mom Spotted blog, is located in Western Ma. She has three boys, Johnny (13), Gavin (7), & Sawyer (2). She is married to her high school sweetheart. On Mom Spotted you'll find a fun selection of recipes, family fun, product reviews, and more! You can also find her on twitter @MomSpotted and Facebook.



Comments

  1. Becky Greenly says:

    Dyeing easter eggs is always a hit in our house ever easter!! The Peanut butter bunny cakes look yummy always fun to try something new.

  2. Great looking cookies!

  3. Hershey’s perfectly chocolate Easter Bunny cake. Easter tradition is coloring eggs.

  4. My family always dyes eggs together. It is always so much fun! I would love to make the easter basket cupcakes!

  5. Amy Orvin says:

    My favorite Easter Tradition is dying Easter eggs and My favorite Easter recipe is the Velvety Chocolate Cream Pie

  6. REESE’S mini baskets.

  7. Sara Wagner says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is hiding candy filled eggs out in the yard for the kids to find. My favorite Easter recipe is the Velvety Chocolate Cream Pie.

  8. I like to color eggs, and I like the peanut butter easter bonnet cookie recipe.

  9. Jenny Lloyd says:

    our favorite easter tradition is an annual egg hunt and cook out with friends. i like the coconut marshmallow nests – they are adorable and sound yummy!

  10. stephanie says:

    i like Hershey’s perfectly chocolate Easter Bunny cake and i love painting eggs

  11. Vickie Couturier says:

    we always colored eggs and then church on sunday and dinner and a egg hunt afterward

  12. Our family gets together for a huge Easter dinner. And it will be my first grandsons first Easter too. Grandma has an Easter Basket for him and everything, it’s going to be awesome!

  13. I like this recipe the most; Speckled Lemon Easter Cake with HERSHEY’S candy. Recipe

  14. I like coloring eggs. I like the Easter basket cupcakes, very cute.

  15. Lorena Keech says:

    We get together with a big group of friends each Easter for dinner, we really look forward to it.
    I’d love to make the HERSHEY’S Foil Egg Wreath

  16. Darlene Owen says:

    I always hide my boys Easter basket and they find them in the morning. I love the recipe – Peanutty Rocky Road

  17. Christine Mayfield says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is going to church (like we do every Sunday) and having a big fellowship with friends afterwards and a fun egg hunt for the kids

  18. I like the sugar chocolate eggs. My favorite tradition is having the easter egg hunt around the house before the kiddos look for their basket.

  19. Cheryl B. says:

    Our favorite Easter Tradition is sitting down to a wonderful meal with my family.

  20. janetfaye says:

    Coloring Eggs with my family is my favorite tradition. I like Baker’s Basket idea.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  21. For easter we color eggs and make a carrot cake and I love the Easter Critter cups craft idea

  22. Susan Christy says:

    Brunch and egg hunt. I want to make the foil egg wreath.

  23. Sunrise service and I think the MINI KISSES Coconut Macaroon Bars sound pretty good to make.

  24. I like the chocolate cherry fudge recipe. We have an Easter Egg Hunt for the kids every year.

  25. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I’d like to try the Chocolate Marble Cheesepie!

  26. Kimberly Schotz says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is our annual Easter brunch. The craft I would like to try is the wreath made of Whopper Easter Eggs.

  27. Sents Saver says:

    I love spending Easter at my grandparents house with my family, making dinner & just having fun!
    I love the HERSHEY’S “PERFECTLY CHOCOLATE” Easter Bunny Cake recipe

  28. Church and Easter basket cupcakes

  29. we like decorating easter eggs. i like their HERSHEY’S “PERFECTLY CHOCOLATE” Easter Bunny Cake recipe

  30. Virginia Rowell says:

    We always have a family gathering including and egg hunt and an egg fight afterwards. My favorite recipe is the Black-Eyed Susan Cheesecakes.

  31. My favorite Easter tradition is the Easter egg hunt. I can remember how much fun we had, not just hunting, but making them the night before. My favorite recipe is the peanut butter bunnycakes. Not only are they cute, but the kids would have fun making them

  32. D Schmidt says:

    My favorite tradition is creating clues and hiding eggs for my kids around the home! Visited the site and I really like the recipe for MOUNDS Coconut Easter Basket Cake

  33. Nannypanpan says:

    I like their Easter basket cupcakes, and I love the egg hunt

  34. My favorite tradition is coloring eggs with my daughters. A recipe I like is the Peanut Butter Easter Bonnets. They are really cute and sound delicious!
    Thank you!

  35. Eileen Richter says:

    We go to my sister’s usuallly…she used to live on a farm and we’d get to see baby lambs each year and do an outside hunt…but now she does at her new house and is still a lot of fun…seeing family and having awesome food!

    I like the Peanut Butter Chip Banana Muffins for Easter Brunch recipe on the Hersheys site!

  36. We just spend the day hanging out with family and friends. The kids get Easter baskets and we eat a yummy lunch. Then we will do a neighborhood egg hunt.

    The double decker fudge looks good!

  37. Jennifer Tilson says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is the egg hunt at our house every year. My favorite craft is the Hershey’s Miniature Easter Egg Tree Craft.

  38. Parents put together custom Easter baskets for their children and most take them to Easter egg hunts.

  39. Our favorite tradition is church on Easter Sunday! I’d make the REESE’S Miniatures Easter Baskets

  40. My favorite recipe is the peanut butter bonnets and our favorite tradition is Easter brunch at my grandparents.

  41. We always do egg hunts. When weather did not cooperate we had our hunt indoors. Lesson learned, make a list if you are hiding real eggs.
    Love the Coconut Marshmallow Nests recipe

  42. christine jessamine says:

    I love to do easter egg hunts with our kids. I would love to make the birds nest cupcakes!

  43. Every year, I hide my kids’ baskets and love watching them search all over for their goodies! And I think the Hershey’s Kisses Mice are adorable!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  44. We enjoy making Resurrection Rolls as an Easter tradition and I like the Easter Basket cupcakes recipe :-)

  45. We have a big family Easter dinner together and have a wonderful time visiting together.

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