Giant Buckeye Cookie
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 20 min. + cooling
F A N T A S T I C!!! I preferred it after it cooled and set. It was not overly sweet, as one would expect. I only had mini semi-sweet chocolate chips on hand and they worked fine. It was easy to prepare. I did not serve with ice cream or whipped topping. Enjoyed it just the way it was! Will DEFINATELY make this again and again!!
Wow! My whole family loves Buckeyes so we had to try this. My kids helped me make it as a Labor Day treat and it did not disappoint. It is good both warm out of the oven and left over. Definitely a keeper!
I'm from Ohio too and yes, buckeye candy is very popular there (as is anything with that wonderful chocolate and peanut butter flavor combo!). This recipe is very easy to make. I love how quickly it comes together, and that it calls for ingredients that I usually have on hand. The end result was a great tasting dessert. The only change I made was to use crunchy peanut butter instead of creamy, since I love the extra texture from that style of peanut butter. While all the toppings would be good, I recommend making sure to top the end product with at least vanilla ice cream - oh so good!
Delicious and so very easy to make! I will definitely be making this again!
It was a perfect dessert for our family game night. Don't skip the ice cream!
I made this for my son's birthday. Everyone loved it - very rich and decadent! It is surprisingly easy to make.
Turned out great! I used chunky PB because that's all I had. I just wish I'd had some vanilla ice cream.
Love how it was so easy and it turned out delicious!
I'd added about 1/2 cup total of buttermilk to the cake batter as it was too thick. I used 2 Tbsp. of milk for peanut butter filling to spread more easily. I spread 1/2 the batter over bottom and sides of greased and floured 10" skillet. This recipe is a great one!
So good and so easy to make!