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Who says hitting the open road means leaving dessert behind? You can have your sweets and eat it too, with this recipe for Cookies ‘n’ Cream Peanut Butter, a savory sustenance that can be dipped, spread, or – my personal favorite – consumed straight from the jar! If your goal is to pack light, this crunchy concoction does double duty by fulfilling both your sweet and salty taste buds. Ladies and gents, it’s time to take a trip to the kitchen and make Cookies ‘n’ Cream Peanut Butter!
Cookies ‘n’ Cream Peanut Butter
Makes roughly enough for a 26-oz. jar. From Picky Palate
10 whole Oreo cookies (Okay, I used 20!)
2 cups creamy peanut butter
1 cup white chocolate chips
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1 mason jar, or, reuse peanut butter jar!
1. Gather your Oreos. Place them in a large plastic bag, and then crush them with a rolling pin or other weighted object. Most anything will work, from a bowl to a common household hammer!
2. Pour your freshly crumbled Oreos in a bowl, and top with the two cups of peanut butter.
3. While the peanut butter oozes into every open inch of the Oreo crumble, prepare your white chocolate by microwaving for about a minute with two tablespoons of peanut butter, or heating it using a double boiler on your stove top.
4. Once the white chocolate concoction is melted into gooey goodness, drizzle it into the bowl of Oreos and peanut butter.
5. Gently stir the mixture, and pour into a mason jar.
Cookies ‘n’ Cream Peanut Butter perfecto! Our tech department had a ball calculating the number of calories in the finished jar above–bonus points to anyone who can guess the figure!
two of my favorite things wrapped into one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wow.
384 cal/ 2 oz. OUCH.
AH! Looks good but i dont think its worth it. It does look rather tempting on that ice cream
Wow that looks like an amazingly fatty indulgence! But good too. I bet it would taste amazing with Smores — take that instead of chocolate bars and smother it on the graham cracker.
Oh my…I think I just died and went to heaven….
OMG…. this is the holy grail of sugarness.. Think what would happen if you dipped oreos and nutter butters in this stuff! mouthgasms
I sampled this on a rice cake earlier. I will most likely do that again, many, many times!
if it is 384 p/ serving then i’m probably going to skip this one… haha
Oh my! That sounds so deliciously sinful!
Where has this been all my life?
Where did you get that peanut butter from? I’ve never seen peanut butter look that drippy and creamy! I tried to read the label but it’s so blurry ;_;
I think its Laura Scudder’s Smooth peanut butter. 🙂 http://s.shld.net/is/image/Sears/08705754000_20100416140350416
I have the same question D:
All my peanut butters have been stiff and sticky, not runny and smooth… even the creamy stuff is stiff!
Yummy! I will be EVEN MORE decadent and use Dark Chocolate Dreams Peanut Butter!! by Peanut Butter & Co. oh dear!
It looks like it’s an all-natural/organic peanut butter.. They don’t have all the preservatives and chemicals that regular peanut butter does, so it’s runnier 🙂
Sounds delicious but it still won’t beat the KING of all spreads: Nutella.
It’s Laura Scudder’s Old Fashion Peanut Butter but any natural peanut butter (just oil and peanuts) will have the same consistency.
this looks ah-mazing! if using 10 cookies, one jar would have roughly 4,850 calories. yikes! but it looks like it may be worth it.
I almost wish I had a boyfriend who would dump me so I could eat an entire jar without guilt.
My sister and I are making them into cookies! Using a basic peanut butter cookie recipe and creating delicious and one-of-a-kind treats! 🙂
Brilliant idea! Thanks Victoria!
I just made these for my friend’s birthday… They are so delicious! Thanks for the inspiration, Victoria!
No problem Lauren!
I hope they turned out alright… This recipe is going into the cook book I think 🙂
I want that measuring cup
That’s what I Was thinking!
Oh my goodness this sounds heavenly! I never thought about combining the two. Genius!!!
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If I dip apples in it, does it cancel out part of the calories? haha
Sometimes you guys make my healthy eating plan very hard to stick to!
PROOF THAT THERE IS INDEED A GOD!
Yum! I’m sure if you used one of those ‘low fat’ peanut butters this would make it healthy. That’s how it works… right?
DELICIOUS. I’m definitely going to take this one out for a test run!
this treat is totally worth the work out that must follow!
This sounds delish!
Mmmm! I am totally making this as a birthday present for a peanut butter loving friend! That way I can still try it when I make it without eating all of it.
Add a layer of this to an oreo crust and top with softened coffee ice-cream. Put in the freezer to chill…. this would be an amazing mud pie addition.
I work at a peanut butter factory and can’t wait to make this! I’m sure it’s rich so a little will go a long way!
My boyfriend is going to marry me when I present this to him.
Yummyy!!!! Brilliant idea. I’ll have to bookmark this for future use.
Use it to make peanut butter oatmeal cookies or put it into a graham cracker crust and pour nutella over it.
I just made this for the first time and it’s delicious. Only one question: does it need to be refrigerated?
Looks tasty! My only question is, how is peanut butter with cookies and chocolate in it “savory”? Sounds pretty sweet to me! 🙂
I think I’m going try making this with sugar free oreos and reduced fat peanut butter and see how it turns out. Sounds delicious!!! 🙂
I just made this and it’s delicious! I don’t like too much white chocolate and so I tried using just double stuf oreos, hoping the filling would be enough. But when I tasted it, it still just tasted like peanut butter with bits of crunchy oreos in between. So I tossed it all in the blender and ended up adding the white chocolate after all… I’m glad I did! It’s not very sweet at all, since there’s salt in the peanut butter. The white chocolate is smothered with peanut butter and the whole thing just… works!
And I did halve the recipe (but added about 15 oreos) because no one needs 26 ounces of this stuff… (it filled two little mason jars perfectly) but I’m excited to give it to someone in a care package soon 🙂
It shouldn’t need to be refrigerated since it’s just peanut butter, oreos and chocolate.
Tempted to try recipes using this for my blog!
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