These Raspberry Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies are made with raspberry chocolate kisses and smooth peanut butter! This homemade chocolate chip cookies recipe has it all!
Raspberry Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
I fully admit I have an addiction of making cookies. It is one of my favorite things to do. Probably because the options are endless, I just love creating new ideas, lol! When I was strolling through the Valentine’s Candy isle at Target last week, I quickly saw these lovely Raspberry Kisses and knew I was whipping up something fabulous with them.
These cookies turned out so lovely. The texture, the flavor, it’s all in check. There’s a bit of a peanut butter and jelly flavor going on with these cookies. Try them for yourself. These got rave reviews, enjoy!
Here they are…..go hunt them down….today!
How to Make These Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies
Nothing fancy here, just cream your butter and sugars as usual 🙂
Add your egg.
….and your vanilla.
Peanut Butter! I can’t help sticking my nose in the jar every time I open the lid. Smells incredible!
I would highly recommend using Nestle’s Mini Chocolate Chips for this recipe. I loved how it turned out with them.
Add to the mixer.
True Love 🙂
Aren’t they pretty? White chocolate raspberry on the outside and milk chocolate on the inside.
Let the fun begin!
Seal those edges nicely.
Please know the sealed edges do not need to be perfect, it all bakes out nicely.
Raspberry Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
- 1 stick unsalted butter softened
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar
- 1 1/4 cup creamy peanut butter
- 1 large egg
- 2 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 1 1/4 cups all purpose flour
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- 1/4 tsp kosher salt
- 1 1/2 cups mini chocolate chips
- 24 raspberry hershey kisses
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper or a silpat liner.
- In a stand or electric mixer beat the butter and sugars for 3 minutes. This is a must. Add peanut butter, egg and vanilla mixing until well combined. Add flour baking soda, salt and chocolate chips, mixing to combine.
- Place heaping tablespoons of dough onto baking sheet, about 1 inch apart. Place a Kiss on top of each mound of dough. Place another heaping tablespoon of dough over Kiss and with fingers press dough around edges to seal. Does not have to be perfect or tight.
- Bake for 14-16 minutes or until baked through. Let cool for 10 minutes on baking sheet before transferring to cooling rack. Serve and enjoy!
I’ve made these twice in one week!! There are 2 batches in one bag of the kisses so I HAD to make them the 2nd time!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE THESE!!!
All the flavours you have going on in this little cookie is making me crave one(*cough* dozen) as soon as possible. The cookie base alone sounds terrific and then the kiss inside …. yum!
Fantastic. This Cookie Monster’s grandmother approves. I must go buy some of the Hugs and make these. Thanks for sharing.
I love raspberry. Definitely going to have to give these a try. Used to putting the candy kisses on the inside so this will be different. Looks so good. Love all your photographs, by the way, the too! Your kitchenware is nice! I work with Pacific Mechants. They carry beautiful Mason Cash kitchenware, acacia wood servingware and a lot of other really nice stuff. You should check it out. http://www.pacificmerchants.com/specials/new-seasonal-specials-and-sets-1.html To celebrate their 20th anniversary, you can use the code PM20YEARS at checkout and get 20 percent off your purchase.
These look so tasty! I wish we got those Hugs here! I would love to make these! I will have to find a substitute! Its my husbands birthday on Valentines day! I think these would make a winner gift!
Wow! These look so tasty! I wish we got those Hugs here! I would love to make these! I will have to find a substitute! Its my husbands birthday on Valentines day! I think these would make a winner gift! xxx
White chocolate inside the cookies? Yes, please! I love that the cookies are so thin yet they hold so much inside.
I love using the special edition Kisses for cookies! I actually had bags of these in my freezer (I stock up on all the holiday flavors) and made cookies with them a few months ago! Your’s look so yummy.
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love this cookie creations, and love all the pictures! makes me want to grab a cookie of the screen 🙂
Wow! Just the title itself is a mouthfull! Then you get to the pictures and of what the surprise amongst the cookie looks like and you are blown away. What a fantastic creation amongst the super common chocolate chip cookie. I love ideas like this. Thank you for the inspiration.
Amazing recipes always up your sleeve, Jenny. I love the surprise kisses in the middle…I didn’t even know that they made raspberry ones. YUM!
LOVE this recipe. I bought those same kisses last week (4 packages of them). They are delish! I was wondering what to do with them. Now I know. Thanks again Jenny!
oh my, this looks amazing. I’ve never heard of raspberry hershey kisses before, will have to try it. Love anything with chocolate and raspberry/strawberry. 🙂 Love your site.
I haven’t seen those kinds of kisses yet! Heading over to target today!!
I love all of your cookie creations!!
You and your cookies! These are awesome Jenny!
I didn’t even know raspberry hershey kisses existed before seeing these! Chocolate + raspberry is such a good combo, I bet these are amazing.
These look so yummy, and I LOVE your pictures of the process! They just make me want to bake these even more! So pretty! Thanks for sharing this recipe 🙂
I bought these Raspberry kisses a couple of weeks ago KNOWING that you’d come up with some kind of recipe!! I can’t wait to try these!!
Oh I bet they do have a PB&J vibe!! I have cookies ready to bake tomorrow….I should put these next on my list!
What a fun cookie- yum!!
We are always on the same page! Just made cookies with those kisses:) Wish we could bake together! Love your recipe. I will have to go buy more kisses:)
YUM! I love making cookies too and I always come to your site for ideas, thank you!
Definitely running to Target to look for those Kisses!! Your cookies are gorgeous as always!!
I’ve been hanging onto my bag of these kisses for too long. I can’t decide what to make with them, but these sound like winners.
These are fantastic! I love the combination of raspberry kisses with the peanut butter and chocolate chip, yum! So perfect and festive for Valentine’s Day!
These are some SERIOUS cookies and I’m SERIOUSLY in love.
ooooooh yum, i love cookie versions of PB&J!
Now this is my kind of twist on a pb&j!
Okay – this is one of those recipes that I think I’m going to have to actually try to make. They look amazing!
What a fun recipe! I haven’t tried the raspberry kisses, but they sound incredible!
Holy cannoli! These look amazinggg! My mouth is just gaped open…begging for a cookie. 😉 Awesome, Jenny!
The holiday hershey’s are always the best! This looks divine!
Oh I bet these are so good…with the raspberry, chocolate, and PB combo.
And every time I open PB, I stick my nose in the jar, too. That, and with cookie butter/Biscoff..intoxicatingly good 🙂