Chocolate chip cookies and brownies stuffed with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! When brownie and cookie dough are baked together, it is known as ‘broccoli’. This Brooks Peanut Butter Cup really does raise the bar! This is an easy dessert to make after dinner or for a special after-school treat. The way they make the kitchen smell while baking is magical! If you enjoy baking cookies or cakes, this recipe is for you! Peanut Butter Cup Brooks This peanut butter will satisfy more than the sweet tooth’s expectations. The best part is that they are quick and easy to prepare with simple ingredients. You can use your homemade brownie mix and cookie dough, or you can use a box of brownie mix and pre-made cookie dough like we do! When the ingredients are simple and ready to use, it’s easier to get the kids to help 🙂 You can use traditional brownies, but we highly suggest using the Supreme Triple Chunk brownie mix. What makes it better? It contains chocolate bars, which just add more deliciousness to Brookies. The combination of chocolate, peanut butter and cookie dough is great! Using a knife, cut the cookie dough roll into 12 pieces. A simple steak knife cuts plastic very easily. The dough falls off the plastic making this step as simple as possible! Now it’s time to fill the cupcake tray with paper liners. Press 12 pieces of cookie dough into the bottom of each cup. Now it’s time to unpack the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! This is a job that kids excel at 🙂 Today, the weather is very warm here in Orange County, so the chocolate is already starting to melt a bit. Place Reese’s cups upside down over cookie dough. Next, prepare the brownie mixture according to the directions on the box. Spoon the mixture over the Reese’s cups until the liners are nearly full. They will rise slightly as they bake, but not as much as the cakes. So, all you need is to leave a little extra space! Brooks Peanut Butter Cup Recipe Bake the Brooks Peanut Butter Cup at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. The center of each Brookie cup will drop slightly, but this is normal due to the candy. You may have leftover brownie mixture that you can bake in a small skillet separately. By this time, you will have some people in the kitchen waiting to eat it because the whole house smells so good. You can eat it with ice cream, whipped cream, or on its own, straight from the cupcake liner. If you have leftovers, store them in a container or bag at room temperature. It can be heated in the microwave or enjoyed at room temperature. More Easy Dessert Recipes From Smart School House To Try Next: You’ll need 1 box of Triple Premium Brownie Mix, or something similar plus oil and eggs to make batter 12 cups of Reese’s Peanut Butter 1 roll of refrigerated cookie dough (16 ounces) Other supplies needed: Standard size cupcake/muffin pan Cupcake liners Mixing bowl Knife spoon Directions Preheat oven to 350° Place paper cupcake liners in baking tray Prepare brownie mixture according to directions on box Cut cookie dough into 12 equal pieces Press cookie dough down into the bottom of each cupcake liner, and place a Reese’s Peanut Butter cup upside down into each muffin cup filled with cookie dough. Bake for 18 and 20 minutes; the center of each Brookie cup will drop slightly, which is normal due to the dessert. Enjoy warm with ice cream or at room temperature! Tip: Leave it for 5 minutes after taking it out of the oven as it can be crisp before it cools down a bit.