We've taken three classic cookies - peanut butter cookies, oatmeal cookies and chocolate chip cookies - and combined them into one blockbuster recipe!

  • PREP: 0 hr(s). 15 min / Total: 0 hr(s). 27 min
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  • Servings: 2-1/2 doz. or 30 servings, 1 cookie (28 g) each

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Make It

  • Heat oven to 375°F.

  • Mix first 5 ingredients. Beat butter, sugars and peanut butter in large bowl with mixer until light and fluffy. Add egg and vanilla; mix well. Gradually beat in flour mixture. Add chocolate; mix well.

  • Drop heaping tablespoonfuls of dough, 2 inches apart, onto baking sheets.

  • Bake 10 to 12 min. or until lightly browned. Cool 1 min.; remove from baking sheets to wire racks. Cool completely.

Kraft Kitchen Tips

  • SUBSTITUTE

    Substitute 1 cup Baker's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips for the chopped chocolate.

Ratings & Reviews

Ratings

Reviews

Great cookie, my kids love them! I made it with smooth peanut butter and chocolate chips, next time I try the chunky peanut butter and the chocolate pieces. Could use a little less butter, they were a bit greasy.

11/22/2013

I love these cookies and so does everyone I have made them for! I substitute the sugar with Splenda because I have Type II and they are still very yummy!

03/25/2012

These were good, I have made them a few times, and will make them again.

03/10/2012

to the reviewer who said she made with smooth peanut not crunchy the recipe says smooth not crunchy.

03/09/2012

I doubled this recipe using equal amounts of whole wheat and white flour. I also cut back on the butter and sugars (3/4 cup of each). They still tasted great with plenty of sweetness!!

02/08/2012

What more could you ask for, oatmeal, peanut butter and chocolate all in one!

01/07/2012

The cookies were amazingly yummy, but the batter was REALLY greasy. Next time I'm going to try cutting the butter in half.

11/03/2011

I used chocolate chips instead and they turned out great, sooo yummy!

08/08/2011

Decent but there are definitely better chocolate peanut butter recipes out there. The peanut butter was way too overpowering for my taste.

06/15/2011

02/03/2011

01/08/2011

These are the best cookies ever!!

12/24/2010

Soooooo GOOD! Husband LOVED them, friends LOVED them. So good I've already made them again...

04/16/2010

YUMMY! Will make again! :)

09/18/2010

we love love love these cookies!!!!

09/14/2010

08/26/2010

05/26/2010

Absolutely delicious! I didn't have crunchy peanut butter on hand, so I just used smooth, but they still turned out wonderful. My boyfriend loved them and they disappeared so fast that we had to make another batch within the week!

04/09/2010

11/15/2009

11/22/2009

Yum, Amazing!

02/07/2008

Awesome cookies.

09/30/2009

Great cookies. They were a huge hit with with my boyfriend, a great cookie connoisseur.

08/06/2009

amazing! I was impressed by all the positve ratings and everyone is right, these are the best.

03/18/2009

Yummy! I didn't use the peanut butter and they were still amazing!

02/11/2009

Very, very Good!

04/08/2008

Excellent cookies My kids love them

10/14/2008

Everyone thought these cookies were good. Remark was this is a keeper recipe.

10/08/2008

Easy & yummy. The cookie is very moist.

08/31/2008

Very easy.yummy,and they don't last in my kitchen:)

07/15/2008

delicious, my Son in law now thinks I am wonderful

06/13/2008

These are so good! Soft and chewy. You can never go wrong with PB and chocolate together!

06/11/2008

This is my new favorite cookie. Always make at least a double batch!

05/21/2008

This has got to be one of the best cookie recipes that Ive tried. I made a double batch and took them into my husbands work, they loved them, You've gota try it.

04/15/2008

I got creative with this recipe by not adding the peanute butter, instead I added 1/2 cup of both raisons & ch,chips, 1tsp cinom, 1/4 cup of molasis. they were great..

02/07/2008

01/31/2008

my fav cookie ever! These didn't last long in our house.

01/27/2008

These cookies have a little bit of everything -- they're delicious and are a bit hit at our house!

01/23/2008

It was simple to make.

01/06/2008

They were good but very peanut-buttery tasting. I am more of a chocolate lover. Good but I probably won't make them again.

01/04/2008

ALWAYS a hit!!

12/31/2007

12/21/2007

I love baking cookies and my family loves to eat them and this one is our all time fav.

12/12/2007

12/08/2007

Can't decide what kind of cookies to have, eat these.

12/05/2007

This has everything I've ever wanted in a cookie. Absolutely delicious!!!

12/01/2007

Sooo good! Very moist and tasty. I used chocolate chips with mine and they turned out great!

11/21/2007

11/17/2007

11/14/2007

Soooo good!! My co-workers and family loved them. At first I couldn't taste the peanut butter, but I think it was just because they were too hot. If you let them cool and place them in a sealed container the flavors really come out. I also didn't have any Baker's chocolate so I used chocolate chips. There is no question that I would make these again... especially since they have already been requested!

11/14/2007

These were a big hit! I love an easy and very tasty cookie!

11/06/2007

We did half the batch with crushed peanuts instead of chocolate chips and they tasted great!

11/04/2007

I love sweets and chocolate but this was even too sweet for me!! Next time i would completely cut out the white sugar....

11/04/2007

This was a favourite in our house. It combined all the best of three worlds-peanut butter, oats and wonderful chocolate chunks that just melt in your mouth. They were fairly easy to make. Best to get all of your ingredients prepared ahead of time. And use the best of ingredients-no scrimping.

11/04/2007

I substituted the chocolate chunks for vanilla chips and mmmmmmmm, it was so good! I even used whole wheat flower as well and it was still amaizing!

11/03/2007

absolutely delicious!! My daughter really enjoyed them and keeps asking me to make more.

10/26/2007

These are sooo yummy! I brought them to work and everyone loved them! The only substitution I made was using whole wheat flour and dark chocolate but they were superb!

10/26/2007

Absolutely deligfhtful. What could be better than chocolate and peanut butter.......

10/23/2007

10/22/2007

These turned out wonderfully!

10/21/2007

10/21/2007

Delicious with the taste of peanut butter, the texture of oats and the treat of the chocolate chip!

10/20/2007

These are great. My son's new favorite as they contain his two favorite things.... peanut butter and chocolate. I subsituted some ground flax for some of the oats.

10/20/2007

I do not bake cookies very often as I usually burn them (don't know why) My husband says the only thing wrong with these cookies is I did not make nearly enough. Wow a winner in my house

10/17/2007

Although the cookies were tasty and those who tasted them gave great reviews, I personally, would have loved a little more peanut butter flavour, a little more oatmeal and a little less chocolate. I will alter these ingredients the next time I bake them ......

10/17/2007

10/13/2007

10/12/2007

Easy to make and taste out of this world!!!

10/12/2007

Very Good, I made them with Chocolate Chips. Highly reccomend

10/11/2007

These cookies are to die for. They are so moist. The only complaint I had was the recipe only made 25 cookies. I'll double the batch next time.

10/11/2007

This cookie recipe is the best I have ever made.Just the right texture and flavor.

10/10/2007

Substitute Splenda for white sugar. Sift Splenda in with flour to combine. Works great as diabetic friendly cookie.

10/10/2007

Very good recipe! Great tasting! Only change I would make is to bake at 350 instead of 375.

10/09/2007

These were amazing!! Nice and chewy...how a cookie should be : ) Skipped the nuts and used choco chips instead of chunks and didn't use a whole lot of them. Super easy to make. I've made them twice now, doubled the batch each time and they only lasted a day or two!

10/09/2007

i made these without the chocolate chunks and they tasted amazing. it's a bit sweet though.

08/27/2007

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Servings

Makes 2-1/2 doz. or 30 servings, 1 cookie (28 g) each.

Nutritional Info

Serving Size 1 cookie (28 g)

AMOUNT PER SERVING
Calories140
Total Fat 7g
Saturated Fat 3.5g
Cholesterol 15mg
Sodium 90mg
Total Carbohydrates 16g
Dietary Fiber 1g
Sugars 10g
Protein 2g
Vitamin A2%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium2%
Iron4%

* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.

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