Monthly Baking Challenge
How It Works
Make a batch of Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies.
How and Where to Share:
Take a photo of your cookies and share before May 31st 11:59pm MST. CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR PHOTO. You can share photos from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or upload them directly from your computer, phone, or tablet but they must be submitted here to be included. There’s also a BONUS entry: leave a star recipe review + comment on the recipe post.
How to Win:
Every person who submits a photo following those directions will be entered into a random giveaway to win one of two $75 Amazon.com gift cards.
Your photos may be put on display to share with my entire audience – that’s hundreds of thousands of people! Winner will be notified and must reply with Amazon account email address. If there’s no response within 2 business days a new winner will be chosen. This prize is available to anyone in the world who can shop with Amazon. I will buy your gift card from your country’s Amazon website in the market value equivalent to U.S. dollars. Official Terms & Conditions are in the entry submission widget just below.
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Past Challenge Winners
Tip One: Be sure to use ‘conventional’ peanut butter spread for this recipe, not the all-natural kind of peanut butter which separates.
Tip Two: If you have the time, chilling the dough in the fridge for at least 24 hours enhances the flavor and texture of the baked cookies. Think of it as a marinating period!
Tip Three: To boost the flavor, sprinkle the cookies with some flaky sea salt when they come out of the oven!
My Favorite Tools for this Challenge
The Handle the Heat community is filled with enthusiastic home bakers just like you! In my humble opinion, people who like to bake are the BEST kind of people. Creative, thoughtful, and extra sweet. Every month hundreds of people in the HTH community join in our monthly baking challenges… hopefully you will too!
I’m so happy you’re here!
My name is Tessa and I’m the creator of Handle the Heat. I’m also a professionally trained chef and cookbook author who’s obsessed with all things sweet, carb-y, and homemade. You can learn more about me here.