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Old 02-22-2006, 02:28 AM   #11
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I can never keep chocolate chip cookies around long enough to know what they taste like after a few days.
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Old 02-22-2006, 03:52 AM   #12
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I can relate to that, but sometimes you have to hide them. LOL
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My mom and I both add (shelled) peanuts to ours (plus the usual peanut butter). Chop them finely and just stir into the batter. I love to adorn the top with a large chocolate chip too - it could just be me, but this seems to accentuate the peanuty flavour.
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Yep..chocolate and PB go together so well, and chocolate does enhance the flavor of PB..hence why the Reese's PB cup 'ain't' no joke..:) I made chocolate cupcakes last week, and I filled them with a whipped chocolate-peanut butter ganache, dipped the tops in an unwhipped chocolate ganache (nice and shiny), and topped them off with chopped peanuts. Let's just say the plate was full one minute...LOL
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