Double peanut and chocolate cookies, a perfect match to sweeten the desktop

Chocolate chip cookies are already a classic, especially inspired by American pastries, from which the idea of ​​baking with butter or peanut butter has also come to us. Both ingredients combine wonderfully and give us delicacies such as these double peanut and chocolate cookies, with that delicious toasted dry fruit flavor and a crunchy touch.

We have double peanuts; In addition to the cream, always 100% natural, which enriches the dough with its texture and aroma, the chopped peanuts further enhance the flavor of these rich cookies, very easy to prepare and that last perfectly for several days if stored well. That if we manage not to devour them before.

Ingredients

For 30 units
  • Butter without salt at room temperature 100 g
  • Natural peanut butter at room temperature 100 g
  • Brown sugar 180 g
  • Egg L, at room temperature 2
  • Vanilla essence 5 ml
  • Pastry flour 260 g
  • Baking soda (1 teaspoon) 6 g
  • Salt 5 g
  • Chocolate chips or chopped chocolate 100 g
  • Roasted peanuts without salt 80 g

How to Make Double Peanut Chocolate Cookies

Difficulty: easy
  • Total time 40 m
  • Elaboration 30 m
  • Cooking 10 m

Preheat the oven to 175 ºC and prepare a pair of large trays with sulphited baking paper, or with non-stick silicone sheets. Chop the chocolate (if chips are not used) and peanuts lightly by knife, without mashing them too much, and set aside.

Beat the butter with the peanut butter and sugar with a whisk for about 3-5 minutes, until the mixture is fluffy and homogeneous. Add the eggs and vanilla, and beat a little more.

Apart, sift the flour with the bicarbonate and the salt, and add it to the wet mass. Combine everything beating on low speed and finish mixing with a tongue or spatula. Add the chocolate and peanuts, reserving some to decorate at the end.

Take small portions of dough, with a teaspoon, and shape into balls with your hands. Distribute on the trays, flatten with a fork or finger and add a few pieces of peanut. Bake for about 10 minutes, until golden brown and firm.

Wait 5 minutes out of the oven before transferring to a rack to cool completely, and store in an airtight container.

With what to accompany the peanut and chocolate cookies

The most typical accompaniment that some peanut and chocolate cookies ask for is a good glass of milk or a vegetable alternative, cold or already warmer if it starts to cool. We can add pure cocoa powder to further enhance the chocolate flavor of this whimsical snack or breakfast, an occasional craving that is best shared with family or friends. They are ideal to take out also at the table with coffee or tea.

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