what could i use instead of peanut butter chips?
This recipe is absolutely delicious with the peanut butter chips, especially if you are a chocolate and peanut butter lover.
However, you could easily take them out and replace them if you have allergies, or would prefer something different.
Here are a few substitutes we recommend using if you choose to not use the peanut butter chips:
- Andes Mints (chopped up into small bits)
- Mini M&M’s (or regular sized M&M’s)
- Milk Chocolate Chips
- White Chocolate Chips (we also like to combine the two chocolate chips and give them extra sweetness).
- Nuts (I love these with pecans)
Or if you don’t have peanut butter chips on hand, but still want a peanut butter taste, here is what we recommend:
- Peanut Butter M&M’s (chopped into small bits)
- Reese’s Pieces
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups (chopped into small bits)
- Melted Peanut Butter Drizzle on Top (I melt some peanut butter and drizzle it on the cookies after they are baked and cooled. Absolutely delicious.)
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