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Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Wholewheat Cookies – A Melt-In-Mouth Crispy Bake

10 August 2011 55 Comments

Peanut butter chocolate chip cookies
A lot has been going around with school working in full swing for children and the AFBHLS series on Lite Bite. My drafts which are already brimming with recipes and pictures is what I count on when there is less time to bake. Cookies are the most easiest of goodies which could be baked with very few ingredients in a shortest possible time.

I baked these Peanut butter wholewheat cookies at my mom’s place on her demand, to impress her neighbors who were eager to meet her food blogger daughter!  She watched me baking these cookies and called her friends for evening tea. I could not get chocolate chips there and replaced the same with a handy Fruit & Nut Vochelle chocolate bar. And needless to say these peanut butter cookies made me a star of her colony :)

These cookies are real melt-in-mouth bake, crumbly and with a wonderful peanut butter taste. With a very few ingredients to go in it I love to bake whenever I have surplus peanut butter in hand. You can make your own peanut butter and store it in refrigerator for future use.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Wholewheat Cookies

Vochelle chocolate pieces..Mmm

Ingredients;

(makes 6 large cookies)

  • 1 cup whole wheat flour
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1/4 cup powder sugar
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter
  • 1 tbsp. chocolate chips or chocolate bar
  • A few drops of milk if required
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Wholewheat Cookies

Ready to go in the oven..

Method; take butter and sugar in a bowl and whisk together till soft and fluffy. Add peanut butter and mix again.

Add the wholewheat flour and the chocolate chips to the butter sugar mix. Make a soft ball of dough using your hands. If you feel the dough is too dry add a few drops of milk to bind it together. Make sure not to add too much liquid else the cookies will turn out soft.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Wholewheat Cookies

Hot from the oven..

Take small balls from the above dough and make a roll it in your palm. Grease a baking tray with a little oil and arrange all the cookies on it leaving a gap in between each cookie.. Flatten each cookie.

Bake at 180 for 20 minutes.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Wholewheat Cookies

I love the uneven crusty top.

The Fruit & nuts Vochelle chocolate melted in the cookies and gave a wonderful crunchy bite with the nuts & dried fruits in it.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Wholewheat Cookies

The chocolate bar I used for the cookis..

See the uneven surface of the cookies..these are the nuts peeping through.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Wholewheat Cookies

Perfect with a cuppa!

Perfect with a cup of tea!

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Wholewheat Cookies

Chocolate in every bite..

The chocolaty bite.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Wholewheat Cookies

Perfect grainy texture!

Wholewheat in the Peanut Butter cookies give a perfect grainy texture.

Notes;

  1. You can use any other nuts or avoid them altogether as you desire.
  2. If you don’t have an oven you can bake them in a heavy bottom wok or kadai. Fill the wok with sand and bake the cookies on a plate which can fit in the wok, till the cookies are done.
  3. Baking these peanut butter cookies with wholewheat makes it a healthy snack option.


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55 Comments »

  • Terra said:

    These look so perfect, along with amazing:-) My hubby would adore these:-) Maybe I may just NEED to make them this weekend:-) Hugs, Terra

  • neha said:

    Looking lovely, bookmarked it, shall try out soon..

  • Baker Street said:

    Peanut butter in it self sounds so sinful. I love a healthy take on peanut butter cookies. It is perfect with your morning cuppa.

  • Sharmilee said:

    Peanut butter is my fav…these cookies are so tempting! Looks yummy too

  • Nishi said:

    The cookies look so perfect Sanjeetha. Just love the irresistible chocolate chips :)

  • Anita Menon said:

    Have made them before and they have a wonderful texture. THe plus is it is healthier compared to it’s all purpose version.

    THis one looks so tempting. Time I made them again.

  • Priya said:

    Omg, feel like munching some rite now,incredible cookies..

  • Simply.food said:

    These look Devine.

  • Vani said:

    Nice recipe Sanjeeta.. sure, I will try it sometime!

  • rittime said:

    this is amazing place for new kinda cookies…you guys are doing great in silence…i really love this blog of tasty stuffs…
    :-,

  • rittime said:

    you know what i do daily for my breakfast,
    i soak oats in milk every night with dryfruits and bake it early morning with little butter and banana,,,it taste amaging(for me atleast)
    but i like this blog for easy made foodies that seems to have great taste right from blog… even before cooked

  • sanjeeta kk (author) said:

    @rittime, thanks a lot for your appreciation and liking Lite Bite. I like your breakfast idea of soaking oats wit dry fruits and baking it next morning! Will do the same this weekend. Cheers!!

  • Priti said:

    I like peanut butter …this looks delish …using wheat flour is great idea

  • Anncoo said:

    Gosh! The cookies looks so yummy! I bet it must be very delicious!!

  • chinmayie @ love food eat said:

    This is a great recipe! SO simple and easy to make :) DO you think i can use some oil instead of butter in it? Will have to make it for sure!!!

  • sayantani said:

    yeah I love this too. pb gives it a crumbly soft texture…would love to snack on this.

  • sanjeeta kk (author) said:

    @Chinmayi, Yes you can use oil in these cookies. I normally bake cookies with vegetable oil. In fact if you can even avoid butter/oil altogether. Since PB has oil in it. But need to check on the dough consistency.

  • Alison @ Ingredients, Inc. said:

    These looks delish! yum!

  • Alan Cooke said:

    These look very tasty. Way to be resourceful with the chocolate bar! ;) The pics make me hungry!

  • Premalatha Aravindhan said:

    Delicious cookies, wonderful combo…luks gr8!

  • elisabeth@foodandthriftfinds said:

    Love your healthy take on the chocolate chip, peanut butter cookies.
    Retweeted it:DDD

  • Nitha said:

    Delicious cookies… My eye is stuck on the fruit n nut chocolate bar ;)

  • Nelly Rodriguez said:

    These look so great and would be amazing wit my coffee! They do really look melt in my mouth!

  • Junia @ Mis Pensamientos said:

    healthy pb cookies! whoohoo! awesome recipe. did your neighbors like them?

  • Nithya said:

    A perfectly delicious cookies. I’m a big fan of your baking goodies :) There is so much variety in it. You rock :)

  • Kiran @ KiranTarun.com said:

    These reminds me of ghee and suji cookies that my mom would bake during our childhood. Oh so yummy and literally melt in the mouth. Love it :)

  • Heather @girlichef said:

    These cookies look fabulous..and I love the fruit & nut chocolate bar in place of chocolate chips…I want to make some just like it! And what a cook tip about cooking them in a wok…never realized you could do that!

  • Sia said:

    people who r on diet (read ME!) should stay away fm ur blog! :)

  • rebecca said:

    great cookies and thats sweet your mum is proud of your blog love it

  • prathibha said:

    The texture looks superb..bookmarked,will try sometime..:)

  • Michelle Jaffee said:

    You cannot go wrong with pb & cc combo!

  • foodiefavs.com said:

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    “I baked these Peanut butter wholewheat cookies at my mom’s place on her demand, to impress her neighbors who were eager to meet her food blogger daughter!”…

  • Sarah said:

    awesome Sanjeeta!!! wish i could grab one..

  • Joanne said:

    I’m glad to hear this recipe was a success among your mom’s friends! I love peanut butter cookies!

  • Stella said:

    Peanut butter rules!

  • bonnie at sweet life said:

    glad they were a hit, pb and chocolate are always a great combo!!
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  • kankana said:

    awsm flavor pick for the cookies and they are baked to such perfection.
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  • Priyanka said:

    Wow, they look so soft and lovely :)
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  • latha said:

    sanjeetha really wonderful since i am having basic model of oven i thought it is difficult for me too while i see ur suggestions indtead of doing in oven u can do it in the kadai with sand i will make it and let u know very soon thanks

  • sanjeeta kk (author) said:

    @Latha, Basic model of oven is perfect for all kinds of baking. Try the cookies in that. In fact cakes come out better in these ovens than the convection or much advanced model ovens.

  • EA-The Spicy RD said:

    Delicious! I must buy some more peanut butter now and try making a gluten-free version! So nice that you were baking at your moms to impress her neighbors :-)

  • 5 Star Foodie said:

    Scrumptious looking cookies, the texture looks so wonderful!

  • Alicia@eco friendly homemaking said:

    Oh these cookies just look so delicious! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe because I know that they will be a big hit around here!!

  • Faith said:

    Mmm, the cookies look fantastic! I would love a couple of them with a glass of milk!
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  • Heavenly Housewife said:

    Peanut butter cookies are one of my all time favourites. They make me think of my father because we would love to eat them together :D
    *kisses* HH
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  • Roxana GreenGirl said:

    these cookies sound delicious. your mom has all the reasons to be proud of you!
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  • Juliana said:

    Wow Sanjeeta, these cookies look delicious, love the idea of incorporating wholewheat into it.
    Hope you are having a great week :-)

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  • Sommer@ASpicyPerspective said:

    I’m so amazed they have whole wheat flour in them! Looks delicious.
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  • Premalatha Aravindhan said:

    I always love ur cookie recipe,all are very unique and interesting…Thanks for sharing.
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  • sanjeeta kk (author) said:

    @Prema, thanks for your sweet comment!

  • mahalakshmi said:

    made them yesterday tasted them yesterday, miss them today! lovely healthy cookies made with wheatflour without even baking powder!
    Thanks Sanjeeta!

  • sanjeeta kk (author) said:

    @Mahalakshmi, Oh..this is one of the most lovely comments on my work till date :) Thanks for these sweet words. Hope you enjoy your stay here. Cheers!

  • Kalyan said:

    Cookies are one of my favourites anytime….looks delicious!

  • Neelam said:

    I tried these today and they turned out very nice. Thanks for the easy and healthy recipe.

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