Nutter Butter White Chocolate Chip Cookies

How was everybody’s Thanksgiving Weekend? What a feast, there’s nothing like good ol’ traditional Thanksgiving dinner. We stuffed ourselves as usual with about everything imaginable. It was fun indeed! Back to heated yoga asap.

Ok, so who else tackled Black Friday? I can’t believe I’m going to fess up to waking up early and standing in line at Target with my mother before 6am. We had so much fun dashing to the items on our list. We walked away with everything we wanted. My mother is ruthless. Girlfriend was running through the isles like a woman on a mission for her Guitar Hero! We had more than a few good laughs.

I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders after last week.I took both of my pilates exams and feel pretty good about them.Now I have to wait 6 weeks for my results.Who would have thought that being a Stott Pilates instructor was so much work?!.I swear I studied nearly as much for this test as I did for my dental hygiene boards 7 years ago.There is something seriously wrong with that.Or maybe it was just harder trying to study with kids this time around.Whatever the case, I did it and it feels so good!

Here’s another fun cookie I’ve had on file that is flat out incredible.These are perfect for those upcoming Holiday Plates for your family and friends.Check em’ out and enjoy!

Nutter Butter White Chocolate Chip Cookies

2 sticks butter

1 Cup peanut butter

1 Cup sugar

1 Cup brown sugar

2 egg

1 teaspoon vanilla

2 ½ Cups flour

1 ½ teaspoons baking soda

½ teaspoon baking powder

½ teaspoon salt

1 Cup white chocolate chips

10 Nutter Butter Cookies broken into small pieces

1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Cream the butter and sugars until well combined. Add in peanut butter until well combined. With mixer on low beat in eggs and vanilla until smooth.

2. Sift flour, baking soda and powder, and salt into a large bowl. With mixer on low slowly add in dry ingredients, white chips and broken Nutter Butters until just combined.

3. With a medium cookie scoop, scoop cookie dough onto a parchment or silpat lined baking sheet. Bake for 9-11 minutes or until cookies are cooked through but still soft. Let cool for 3 minutes on baking sheet before transferring to a cooling rack to cool. Serve and enjoy!

about 36 cookies

Have a Great Week Everybody! More treats to come!

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43 Responses
  1. Emily

    Guilty! Man Jenny you got to sleep in! We were in the stores by 4 am! insane I know! Who started this insane tradition! If we had any sense we would wake up, finish a pie for breakfast and lounge in jams all day!
    I just love your cookies! They are always d-lish!

  2. Sharon

    Good for you for getting out there and scoring some bargains!! These cookies look absolutely amazing. A combination of all the best things in life 🙂

  3. ConversationsWithACupcake

    The first time I ever had Nutter Butters was at my Aunt Florence’s house, and I was–right then– an addict.

    I’m SO making these. And stashing them away for just. me.

    (Is that against the Holiday spirit?)

  4. Bunny

    I’m so glad that your rough week is over so you can relax…do moms relax?? LOL!! I love this cookie and I know my hubby will he LOVES PB!!

  5. Patti

    I was up by 3:18 to hit Kohl’s by 4:00, to WalMart by 5:00 and Target by 6:00! Madness!
    These cookies look like they’re going to make it to my cookie plate this season 🙂

  6. Live.Love.Eat

    Kudos to you for braving Black Friday. Can’t do it myself. But I do like the looks of these cookies!!!!!

  7. Threeundertwo

    Yum! These sound delicious!

    Good luck with the Pilates, waiting for the results must be the hardest part.

  8. My Sweet & Saucy

    Congrats on finishing the pilates test! I definitely need some instruction after this holidays eating feast!

  9. Allie

    You won be over with the nutter butter in the title! I’m sure you did fine on your exam, but I know it’s stressful waiting for the results.

  10. Patsyk

    My Husband was out very early on Black Friday… I stayed home and slept! 🙂

    Studying w/kids is so much harder! I’m always impressed with anyone who can do it.

    those cookies look so yummy! Can you send some my way? 😉

  11. Aggie

    Oooooh…nutter butters are the best!! Glad you got past last week, now you can relax and go do some yoga! I had to hit the gym hard this weekend after all my indulgences this past week!!

    You cookies look fantastic, you come up with the best recipes!

  12. Candy

    Yum! I bet Christmas will be fun at your house this year. Enjoy the years of buying toys. My guys “toys” are getting very, very, very expensive!

  13. Leslie

    Ohhh.those look scary good! Whats not to love.
    I am sure you did great on your tests!And you are a crazy woman to do Black Friday!

  14. Leslie

    My husband can’t wait for me to try these. I REALLY think you should come out with a cookbook! Everything that I make from your site is point on. My husband calls me a “food snob” because I am so particular and like good food. Girl – you know good food.

    Here is a challenge for you…I have an 18month adorable little boy who is allergic to egg. I don’t want him left out of the Christmas goodies. Any good “eggless” treats up your sleeve?

  15. priscilla

    hi jenny! good to see you back, i missed your posts. these cookies look so good, i am going to have to try them. i made your milky way cookies and my family loved them. my Dad thought they were soo good.
    i know this may sound kinda dumb, but what is pilates?

  16. Dawn

    I can’t believe you tackled black friday…I would be scared.
    Did you save big time? I saw that Target had way better deals than Walmart.
    Great cookies…I love Nutter Butters!

  17. Sara

    As usual, these cookies look wonderful! Black Friday is so much fun. I headed down to Scottsdale at about 6:30am and was done with my list of shopping by noon.

  18. Ashley

    We went shopping on Black Friday. Target was our third stop so we didn’t get there until about 7:30am, but everything we wanted was still in stock! That was including a cookware set and a Xbox 360. We were amazed!

  19. Mary

    Congratulations on completing your exams. It must be a relief to have them over before the big move. The cookies look fantastic.

  20. Jenny

    Great Shelby, I hope Grumpy loves them!

    Thanks Rita! Hope your Thanksgiving was nice as well!

    Hi Carol,
    I like Robin’s thinking. I agree with her, that I couldn’t afford not to go shopping Friday! Thanks for your sweet words!

    Thanks Lisa!

    Thanks Tanya and Meg!

  21. carol

    We had Thanksgiving at my daughter’s house-then I cooked a turkey here on Friday….talk about leftovers-YIKES! That’s the best part to me. No-I didn’t brave the crowds of shoppers on Black Friday….Robin did-and got some great deals…she started and just about finished Christmas shopping. In her words, she couldn’t afford NOT to go shopping that day.
    I’m adding your cookies to my ever growing list of recipes-they look and sound fantastic! You’re making my holiday baking a lot easier, Jenny!
    Also glad that the Pilates exams are over for you-now the wait to get the results…I’m sure you’re breathing a big AHHHHHHH-one more thing to knock off the list…

  22. Clumbsy Cookie

    Glad you had a good time at Thanksgiving! Now these cookies are right up my alley: nutty and sweet! Enjoy the rest of the sunday!

  23. HoneyB

    There are few boughten cookies that I like, but nutter butter is one I DO like! Sounds like something my Grumpy would eat!

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