Candy Bar Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwiches

Candy Bar Cookies? Have I gone mad? Well, no but was craving some chocolate….sorry for those of you who are so good and still dieting 🙂

I used the same technique I’ve been using with those giant Oreo Stuffed Cookies and am just loving it. Ooey Gooey on the inside and perfectly buttery crisp on the outside, just how I like it!I would highly recommend that you use the exact cookie dough recipe I have written below. It holds it’s shape perfectly for these giant cookies. Grab some milk, endulge…..then go workout tomorrow. Enjoy!!

I used 3 of my favorite snack size candy bars as pictured above. Reeses Peanut Butter Cups, Snickers and Kit Kat. I believe you could use any of your favorites here 🙂

First up, Reeses Peanut Butter Cup….my absolute favorite 🙂  Place a nice big scoop on top and…

…..a nice big scoop on the bottom 🙂

Use both hands to press and seal edges. You’ll get this giant head sized cookie.

Do the same with your Snickers, one giant scoop on top, one on bottom…press and seal edges!

Same story for your Kit Kat Bar. I shaped it a bit oval which worked great.

Ready for the oven.

Bake at 350 degrees F, 14-16 minutes!

Can you just die?! Here’s the inside of the Snickers Cookie.

The inside of the Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Cookie, mmm!

…and the fabulous Kit Kat Bar Cookie. Love every single one of these bad boys!


Candy Bar Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwiches


  • 2 sticks softened butter
  • 1 Cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 Cup brown sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 Tablespoon pure vanilla
  • 3 1/2 Cups all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 10 oz bag chocolate chips
  • Variety of snack size Reeses Peanut Butter Cups, Snickers and Kit Kat


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a stand or electric mixer, cream butter and sugars until well combined. Add eggs and vanilla until well combined.
  2. Place flour, baking soda and salt in large bowl; mix then slowly add to wet ingredients. Add chocolate chips to combine. Using a cookie scoop take one scoop of cookie dough and place on top of snack size candy bar. Take another scoop of dough and place on bottom of candy bar. Seal edges together by pressing and cupping in hand until candy bar is enclosed with dough. Place onto a parchment or silpat lined baking sheet and bake cookies 9-13 minutes or until cookies are baked to your liking. Let cool for 5 minutes before transferring to cooling rack. Serve with a tall glass of milk, enjoy!

Makes about 24 LARGE Cookies

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99 Responses
  1. Melissa

    I am gluten-intolerant and couldn’t resist this recipe! I substituted gluten-free flour: “1-2-3 Gluten-Free” for the all-purpose flour, and these tasted absolutely delicious!! Same measurements and everything.

  2. Krista

    Just made the kit kat ones today! Ugh, so yummy. Everyone who tried them loved them! Will have to make them again sometime (:

  3. tyratiqa from malaysia..i really love this recipe..but may i know how many grams is the 2 sticks softened butter

  4. Anne

    I just tried this recipe and OMG, these cookies are amazing! I highly recommend these to anybody who shares my insatiable sweet tooth!

  5. Jenny

    I made these the other day for me and my husband. I’m a recently diagnosed type 1 diabetic, so I had to alter the dough recipe to be lower carb (splenda, coconut flour and almond meal) – but they turned still turned out to be amazing with the only real sugar being from pieces of a Hersheys Cookies and Cream bar.

  6. roblexa

    These are THE BEST!!!!! This chocolate chip cookie dough is awesome!! I will never use another recipe for chocolate chip cookies again….EVER! I have made these with pretty much every candy bar out there…snickers, milky way, heath, mini reese’s cups…along with the original candy bars in the recipe. This will probably be my go to cookie from now on!! LOVE IT!!!

  7. Fallon

    Hi! Thanks so much for sharing your candy bar cookie recipe. My state is currently in a state of emergency from an October 29th blizzard. I am one of the lucky ones with power. But, I have a TON of Halloween candy left because needless to say, no one wanted to Trick-or-Treat in a foot of snow. I used Kit Kats and the centers of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups (cut off the edges to sprinkle on the top) to make these cookies. In place of chocolate chips I used chopped up peanut butter and peanut M&Ms. I plan on delivering them to my friends with no power – to brighten up their day. Thanks again!

  8. Bailey

    Man those look friggin’ amazing :O :O :O Nice easy directions too, so gonna’ make those when I get home from college prep today.

  9. These caught my eye right off the bat so I HAD to make them! So glad I did! They tured out picture perfect and tasted awesome!! I will be using different candy bars also. I think 3 musketeers would be good and york peppermint patty also!

  10. Cassandra

    OMG!!! I think that I am in love with this womans culinary brain. Is it possible to just marry a brain?

  11. I stumbled across your site a couple of weeks ago when I was looking up a perfect cookie recipe to make for my boyfriend and these little bad boys popped up when I was searching and I was immediately sold. My boyfriend absolutely loves Reese’s so, of course, I had to make them and they were inhaled within two days and I was told that they were the best cookie I have ever made. The only downfall is that now he is constantly bugging me to make them again ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m so excited to try more recipes on your site, especially the brownie-stuffed cookies, those are up next!

  12. Debbie B

    I made chocolate chip cookies last night using your recipe for my sons school bake sale (just regular not “stuffed” ones). However, for my hubby and I made two sinful ones. He got an oreo stuffed one and I got a reese’s peanut butter cup stuffed one. OMG. Amazing. I think I gained 5 pounds just eating it. Thanks for the recipes.

  13. Melissa

    These are soooo good! I have already whipped them up 4 times, after school snacks and for a after dinner treats. Thanks for all the awesome ideas!

  14. Journey

    Just made these! I cut the recipe in half because I didn’t want to make a lot since it’s my first time trying out the recipe, and it was enough for 6 Kit Kat cookies and 6 Reese’s cookies (I don’t have any Snickers on hand, unfortunately). And they came out incredible! Thank you so much for sharing this ๐Ÿ™‚ Will definitely make these for the rest of my life!

  15. I made these with little snack-sized Reese’s cups to make some smaller ones (I ended up with a little over 30 regular-sized cookies), and oh my god. My dad, my husband, and my little man were all over them. I only got a couple! Excellent recipe, will definitely make again!

  16. Angelica

    The dough looks like it’s still raw… I just saw the pictures and they gave me a stomach ache… Oh my god imagine of fat little kids eating these!!!

  17. I only got 12 cookies out of this dough. Did I make them too big?? Based on the size of the candy bars, I don’t think I could make them too much smaller. Any thoughts?

  18. Krista

    So.. found these stumbling and they made my mouth water – made em about 20 minutes later. I used reese’s pb cups, and an aero bar (didn’t have anything else). I made my cookies extra large – my batch made 12 (hehe)
    SUPER AWESOME!! I needed a glass of milk for dipping, and one more for afterwards. Thanks for sharing this great idea ๐Ÿ™‚

  19. These are fantastic. We always have leftover candy in our cupboard so it was great to clean it all out. I used KitKats, Recess and Milky ways. I will definitely be making these again.

  20. Meredith

    Finally made these yesterday, and they are unbelievable!!! I used PB cups and Kit Kat bars… the PB cups were hands down the fave here!!

  21. The doctor told me this morning that I am 4cm dilated and fully effaced. If I start baking these cookies this afternoon can someone please please guarantee that I will still be around to enjoy them and they won’t be gobbled up by my family while I am in the hospital delivering this baby???

  22. Maria

    I was telling my husband about this recipe and half way through the description he says, “Stop! You had me @ Fun Size!!!” Ha! Can’t wait to make these!

  23. Wow,I think I just gained 5 lbs reading your post! This is my first time visiting and looks like you have lot’s of fun creative recipes. My boys would go crazy over this! We still have Halloween candy left over this is a great way to use them in a yummy new way!

  24. Casey L.

    I have died and gone to cookie heaven! these are on the list of things to bake this weekend! Oh my husband’s guys are gonna love me and all the leftovers!!

  25. Ginny

    This is my first time to your site and I can see that you are a very evil woman! Stuffed Oreos and Candy Bar Chocolate Chip Cookies. What’s a girl to do but jump in the car and go buy all the ingredients immediately!!

  26. Jill

    You are KILLING me!!! I’m trying so hard to stick to my diet, but you keep posting such yummy looking recipes. Can you try to give us some low cal/fat ideas?

  27. These look absolutely amazing! I am making them tomorrow along with the oreo stuffed cookies! Can’t wait to try them. I love all of your creative ideas, thanks so much ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. Oh.My.Stars. I cannot believe how GREAT those look! We’re about to have sweet and sour chicken for supper in, like, five minutes – and I’m totally excited about it – but I would totally eat these instead…if they were only here, right in front of me. Sigh! Gotta try ’em.

  29. Caroline

    Did anyone try using the mini size candy bars and reese’s cups? I have some leftover I’d like to use but only if they turn out ok!

  30. WOW this look fabulous!!! So gooey and soft. Great cookie. Can’t wait for my boyfriend to try these out. I know he will like these with a big glass of milk.

  31. These look sinful!

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  32. Katie

    Seriously these look amazing! And SO not nice to post in the middle of January when people (ahem, me) are trying to shake the weight!

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