Peanut Butter Cookie Bowls

Why settle for store-bought? Once you serve scoops in chocolate-lined cookie bowls you’ll never want to go back!

Molly Yeh
When given the option of cup or cone, I always go with a cone. I just love the idea of a cone, you know? I have to admit, there have been more than a few cones go to waste for the reason that some of them kind of taste like Styrofoam. I mean, that sad moment when you get down to the last bite of your ice cream shouldn’t be made more depressing by a flavorless ice-cream cone finale, right? If it were up to me, it should always be counteracted by something equally as amazing as the ice cream. Something like a freshly baked cookie-cone. 

Despite what my intuitions told me, cookie bowls aren’t the easiest things to make.

But once you factor in how much cookie dough spreads out when it bakes and then accept that these will have more of a “rustic” aesthetic, you’re going to be golden. Peanut-Butter-Cookie-Bowls_02
Using Betty’s Peanut Butter Cookie Mix makes it easy to get these babies in the oven relatively quickly, leaving you time to make the chocolate lining. Peanut-Butter-Cookie-Bowls_03
The chocolate not only complements the peanut butter flavor of the cookies, it also makes these babies a bit more sturdy, prevents them from getting soggy from any melted ice cream and gives you your ever-so-important daily dose of chocolate. Peanut-Butter-Cookie-Bowls_04
Happy ice cream-ing! Peanut-Butter-Cookie-Bowls_05

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