White Chocolate Wonderful Cookies

I’ve been trying new cookie recipes lately and an idea came to me to make White Chocolate Wonderful Cookies. I bought White Chocolate Wonderful Peanut Butter from Target (I believe Trader Joes might have it as well) and hadn’t really used it a whole lot. I figured this would be the best use for it, and boy was I right.

All the ingredients you will need.

I just used a basic peanut butter cookie recipe that I’ve had for years but I added in some semi-sweet chocolate chips.

in the bowl
All the ingredients in the bowl.

I was pretty excited about this idea, seeing as how White Chocolate Wonderful Peanut Butter is pretty amazing. It’s just a bit overly sweet for me to put on bread. What happened to my sweet tooth?!

All ingredients are nicely mixed together.

Can I tell you the joy these cookies bring when you add in some chocolate chips? It’s like an extra layer of gooey yumminess that I can’t even describe to you.

Folded In Chocolate Chips
Fold in the chocolate chips until combined.

One thing I’ve learned with cookies, is if you want them to be crunchy on the edges and nice and gooey and chewy in the middle, you need to chill your cookie dough. I chilled the dough for about 2 hours, but you can go overnight or even freeze them after you form them into balls so you can bake them whenever you want a couple.

chillin in the fridge
Let chill for at least 2 hours before you bake these cookies!

It was hard waiting those 2 hours for the dough to chill, but I ended up keeping myself busy by making lunch for Rylie and me, and then we colored for a bit.

dough on cookie sheet
Dough is chilled and onto the cookie sheets!

Finally, it was time to bake these awesome cookies. The first batch I left as balls and didn’t smash them down. I was trying to experiment on if they would be better like that, or if smashing them down a bit with a glass was better.

Cookies that weren’t flattened out.

They came out pretty good, but I ended up liking the ones that I smooshed down a little with a glass bottom. They came out more uniform and a little less poofy. I dunno, I feel like those cookies are bigger and thus, they won out.

White Chocolate Wonderful Cookies
White Chocolate Wonderful Cookies

The end result (after they cooled of course) was such a great peanut butter cookie. The amount of white chocolate is just what I like, it’s not overpowering at all, and it’s still the texture of a regular peanut butter cookie. The semi-sweet chocolate chips add just the right amount of extra chocolaty goodness.

If you like the way it looks, you can always do the hash marks with a fork (either before or after you cook them). I honestly don’t care for them so I left them untouched.

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Leave me a comment if you try these! Also please pin if you like them!


19 thoughts on “White Chocolate Wonderful Cookies

  1. Haha. My son is sitting beside me and asked, “Mama, are you gonna make that!?” lol Guess I am now. 🙂 Thanks for sharing. I did not even know about White Chocolate Wonderful.


  2. These cookies do look wonderful and there are so little ingredients. I love that I don’t have to slave away in the kitchen for a delicious batch of cookies. Thanks for the recipe.


  3. This would be great to take for my coworkers! We work better when we have food and I’m going to send it to my friend now lol thanks for sharing a great recipe


  4. Ahhh those sound amazing!! I love White Chocolate Wonderful…I don’t put it on toast but I like to mix it in with yogurt. Thanks for the crispy cookie tips!! I’m not much of a baker so it really helps 🙂


    1. Oh! I’ve never tried mixing it with yogurt! I’ll have to try it the next time I have some vanilla yogurt in the house. Thanks for the tip.


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