Cookies are my weakness. Every time I pass a bakery, I have to quickly check whether there are any cookies on display. Peanut butter and chocolate chunk cookies are one of my favorites. Especially if combined with caramel and sea salt. So I decided to create my own version of this coffee shop classic!
If you use my recipe, you will get about 12 cookies. They are large. Bakery-style. Obviously you can make them smaller, but be sure to check baking time if you do. And believe me, one cookie will satisfy your cravings. They are so thick and full of chocolate and caramel, you won’t regret having made them.
I am honored that Marc from the blog Bake to the roots allowed me to publish my recipe on his blog. If you haven’t checked out his blog, please do. He has an amazing assortment of mainly baked goods. Somehow I feel I have a very similar baking taste to him because I have already won twice in recipe contest he created on his blog. The one I am most proud of is this chocolate mousse cherry cake. Super decadent, but just too good to resist.
Another is this pizza from my country of birth Uruguay.
But back to the cookies. I love the peanut butter base and I also love the fact that you don’t need to chill the dough. I prefer real chocolate chunks to chocolate chips, but that’s up to you. Plus caramel bites plus some sea salt, sooooo good!
So as stated, the recipe can be found on Marc’s blog Bake to the roots. Head over and enjoy some cookies!