Making Peanut Butter Cup Mini Muffin Cookies
I love peanut butter cups and I love chocolate chip cookies. Making these mini muffin cookies is a mash up was the perfect mix. These are perfect little snack, but great party food. You’ll have to decide when you want to make this peanut butter chocolate chip cookie mini muffins
You can also make peanut butter muffins and add a few chocolate chips using our peanut butter recipe if you want a muffin with some delicious peanut butter.
How Do You Keep The Cookies From Sticking To the Pan?
The muffin tin needs to be sprayed with non-stick spray or coated with butter. This keeps the little muffin tin cookies from sticking.
Do You Flatten The Cookies Before Baking?
We do not. We make sure they are in the muffin area and not going to melt outside of it.
What Chocolate Chips Are Used?
We prefer to make these with mini chocolate chips as they are small and don’t leave one area with a big area of chocolate.
How Many Cookies Does This Make?
It depends on how much cookie dough you use. you are putting about a teaspoon of cookie dough into the pan, so it makes a lot of cookies.
Can I Use A Cookie Scoop For Uniform Sized Cookies?
You can definitely use a cookie scoop. Make sure you use a teaspoon sized cookie scoop so the muffin tin is not overfilled.
Mini Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Muffins
- Use your favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe and use mini chocolate chips.
- Preheat the oven to 350F
- Bake the cookies in a mini muffin tin sprayed with cooking spray or coated with butter.
- You’ll want to placed about 1 teaspoon of the cookie dough into the tin. Bake the cookies between 10-12 minutes at 350F or until light brown.
- Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes and then place the peanut butter cup into the cookie.
- Once cooled, remove the cookie with a spoon or fork from the tin.
- You may need to go around with a knife to remove from the edges.
- Allow to cool and the peanut butter cup to set up.
Mistakes Making This Cookie
- Overfilling the muffin tin with cookie dough, leaving no room for the peanut butter cup
- Letting the cookies harden completely in the muffin tin, versus letting them cool down
- Trying to remove the cookies to soon and causing a pool of chocolate from the peanut butter cup
- Overcooking the cookies
- Undercooking the cookies
- Using large chocolate chips
- Not sharing the mini muffin cookies