My favorite bakery sells a peanut butter chocolate chip cookie that has the texture of a gooey, flat chocolate chip cookie (not the regular fork-pressed peanut butter cookie). I've googled "chewy" cookies and failed. Can I just substitute peanut butter for half of the butter in my regular chocolate chip cookie recipe? Any suggestions?
Just one ingredient will save yours from clumping (and tastes darn heavenly, too).
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