Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe | Nestle DelightFulls Recipe

Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe | Nestle DelightFulls Recipe

Thanks to Nestle Toll House for sponsoring today’s discussion.

For the entire month between Thanksgiving and Christmas my house is usually filled with wonderful smells coming from the oven.

One of our family’s favorite items to bake is Nestle Tollhouse bars. I bake an entire batch just for my Dad because he likes to freeze them and enjoy them for the next few months.

When I was introduced to Nestle’s new line of chocolate chips, Nestle DelightFulls, I was more than intrigued… I was ecstatic!

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DelightFulls Filled Baking Morsels bring you a new and exciting way to bake! Our innovative technology provides the same great Nestle Toll House Chocolate you know and love, now filled with 4 delicious flavors. Slightly larger than a regular morsel, these morsels allow you to put a special twist on traditional recipes like a cookie or a brownie, or open up a variety of new fun recipes to try! The DelightFulls filled morsels hold their shape when they bake, and can be used whole, cut in half, or coarsely chopped for a surprising delight of flavor and color in a baked good (not to mention popping them in your mouth right out of the bag!)

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Am I right? Seriously… they sounded amazing! 

As recipes raced through my head that I could incorporate Nestle DelightFulls into, I decided to grab a bag of the mint, caramel and peanut butter filled. I figured if I didn’t use them to bake with, I could put them in a cute little bowl on Christmas and let everyone eat them by the handful instead.

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I wanted to try the peanut butter filled ones first. What flavor pairs best with peanut butter? CHOCOLATE!

I have a standard chocolate cookie base recipe that was perfect for this:

1 cup Crisco Sticks (unsalted butter cubed works as well)
1¼ cup sugar
2 large eggs
½ cup cocoa powder (dark or regular can be used)
2¼ cups all-purpose flour
¼ tsp. sea salt (regular salt can be used)
1 tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1 1/2 cups Nestle DelightFulls (peanut butter and caramel pair best but mint and cherry would work, too)

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Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Use an electric or stand mixer to cream the Crisco/butter and sugar (about 2-3 minutes). Add the eggs and vanilla in while mixing, scraping down the bowl as needed. Mix the cocoa powder into this mixture until well blended.

Add the flour, salt and baking powder to the bowl and mix on low speed just until incorporated. The mixture will be very thick. Carefully fold in the Nestle DelightFulls with a spatula or use the kneading hook on your mixer.

As the dough is rather thick, you can also transfer it to a work surface and knead it by hand to be sure all of the ingredients are well mixed.

I used a standard sized cookie scoop. A single batch should make around 36 cookies.

Bake for approximately 10 minutes. As they are dark, it is hard to see them “brown”. If they are standard sized they will be a little soft. Let them cool on the baking sheet for 5-10 minutes before transferring to a wire rack or wax paper to cool completely.

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There you have our cookies for Santa! I will be popping a large bag of these into our freezer so we don’t over indulge and run out before Christmas.

Visit the Nestle Toll House website to discover more Nestle DelightFulls recipes and learn how you can use DelightFulls to put a twist on your holiday baking recipes!

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Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe | Nestle DelightFulls Recipe
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Ingredients
  • 1 cup Crisco Sticks (unsalted butter cubed works as well)
  • 1¼ cup sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • ½ cup cocoa powder (dark or regular can be used)
  • 2¼ cups all-purpose flour
  • ¼ tsp. sea salt (regular salt can be used)
  • 1 tsp. baking powder
  • ½ tsp. vanilla
  • 1½ cups Nestle DelightFulls (peanut butter and carmel pair best but mint and cherry would work, too)
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Use an electric mixer to cream the Crisco/butter and sugar (about 2-3 minutes). Add the eggs and vanilla in while mixing, scraping down the bowl as needed. Mix in the cocoa powder into this mixture until well blended.
  3. Add the flour, salt and baking powder to the bowl and mix on low speed just until incorporated. Fold in the Nestle DelightFulls in gently with a spatula or use the kneading hook on your mixer.
  4. As the dough is rather thick, you can also transfer it to a work surface and knead it by hand to be sure all of the ingredients are well mixed.
  5. I used a standard sized cookie scoop. A single batch should make around 36 cookies.
  6. Bake for approximately 10 minutes. As they are dark, it is hard to see them "brown". If they are standard sized they will be a little soft. Let them cool on the baking sheet for 5-10 minutes before transferring to a wire rack or wax paper to cool completely.

Do you have a recipe that would pair well with Nestle DelightFulls?

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Comments

  1. Jordan says:

    This looks so so good! Thank you! 🙂

  2. shelly peterson says:

    I haven’t tried the Nestle DelightFulls yet but this cookie recipe is perfect for them

  3. Robin Wilson says:

    I am a love of peanut butter and chocolate, alone or together you cannot go wrong! These looks really good and I would love to know how they freeze for ya! Thanks for the inspiration.

  4. Dandi D says:

    I am really craving chocolate right now, so these look wonderful!

  5. Sherri says:

    those look yummy! I can imagine all sorts of possibilities using the delightfulls

  6. Rosie says:

    oh boy I have a thing for peanut butter and chocolate, too. Just about everyone does, I imagine. I would love to make this!

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