Have you ever heard of those people who go to Disneyland without kids? My husband used to think it was crazy that people would go to Disneyland without kids but then he married me and is totally on board the Disney train.
My husband and I have gone to Disney World and Disneyland without kids multiple times, solely for the food (and a few rides, of course).
I don’t think there is anything better than walking down Main Street U.S.A. and smelling all the delicious foods in the park!
One of our favorite places to get treats in Disneyland is at Pooh Corner Bakery right by Splash Mountain. That place is a hidden gem in the park filled with freshly made baked goods that are absolutely amazing.
We couldn’t stop dreaming of the bakery’s peanut butter cookies and created these Copycat Disneyland Peanut Butter Cookies that are thick, chewy, and so soft.
how to make Chewy Peanut Butter Cookies
The cookies at Disneyland have big peanut butter chunks in them, but I wasn’t able to find any so I went with regular peanut butter chips, which still turned out delicious!
These Copycat Disneyland Peanut Butter Cookies are thicker than traditional cookies, which I think gives them the perfect texture.
These cookies have a lightly crisped edge but a soft and chewy inside.
Traditional peanut butter cookies have a criss-cross design on top, but these are gently flattened with a glass after the dough is rolled in sugar to give them an unfinished edge and a dense cookie center.
Why Are My Peanut Butter Cookies Dry/Crumbly?
Cookie dough can be a little fickle when it comes to altitude, so if you feel like your dough is a little too dry or crumbly you can add a little milk until you reach your desired consistency.
can you freeze peanut butter cookies?
If you are making these cookies ahead of time or need to store extras, you can store them on your countertop for 3 days in an airtight container, or in a sealed freezer bag or container in the freezer for 1 month.
items needed for this recipe
- Silicone Baking Mat: This baking mat can turn any pan into a nonstick surface making for easy clean up. It also provides consistent heat distribution and promotes even baking and browning to give you perfect cookies every time.
- Baking Sheet: I use these baking sheets for brownies, sheet cakes and cookies. They never rust and I love the rim on them to hold in batters and doughs.
- Glass Mixing Bowl: I use this bowl to mix everything. It is safe in the oven, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, and dishwasher.
More Classic Cookies To Try
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If you love the food at Disneyland as much as we do, be sure to try these great recipes:
- Disneyland Dole Whips
- Disneyland Monte Cristo Sandwich
- Disneyland S’mores Bake
- Disneyland’s Snickerdoodle Cookies
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In this video we make our Copycat Disneyland Baked Potato Soup!