Harvest started this week and one of my favorite baking traditions is to bake cookies for farmers out in the field. Growing up, this meant family, but now that my husband is an agronomist I bake for farmers he works with as well. This year I made chocolate chip cookies (the same recipe I tried and shared last year; love how they turn out) and a new Reese's stuffed peanut butter cookie (hubby's new favorite).
|Cookies all ready for bagging up.. yum! :)|
|Yay for harvest selfies!|
|Finishing up a field before the rains came|
Reese's Stuffed Peanut Butter Cookies
I found the recipe from Sally's Baking Addiction, and she adds a little more on top of the cookie, but I thought I could be messy in the harvest heat; still a wonderful cookie sans the chocolate on top.
The dough itself is pretty easy to assemble, but you will need to allow for chilling time (at least 1 hour is recommended).
The ingredients are listed below, for both the cookies and the drizzle. Click the picture below, or here, to see the step by step directions (pictures included too!)
Soft-Batch Chocolate Chip Cookies
Favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe discovered last year. Click here or one of the pictures below to be taken to the recipe.
What recipes new or old have you tried? Restaurants? Be sure to link up all week long! :)