Not only is this Peanut Butter Cookie Cake sooooo good, but it’s for an incredible cause…
I’m excited to team up with friends to support Cookies for Kids’ Cancer and Dixie Crystals, Mediavine and OXO have each pledged to match our donations raised through this campaign up to $3,000 each! I’d love it if you would join us by donating here to advance the development of new, improved, and less toxic treatments for children battling cancer. Every dollar helps, especially when being matched by our brand partners!
The girls and I have decided that we prefer thick, chewy cookie cake over individual cookies. A pretty heart dish never hurts either! Not only is the consistency great, making each bite like the center of a cookie, but it’s a time saver, too since you’re not dropping cookies on multiple cookie sheets.
This Peanut Butter Cookie Cake is especially delicious with a few cracks of sea salt on top served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. In fact, that’s the secret to my incredible peanut butter cookie recipe…sea salt. If you’re a fan of sweet and salty, you can’t miss this step, it’s a game changer!
A thick, chewy chocolate chip cookie in cake form! Get the secret that makes this cookie pie better than the rest! A melt in your mouth sugar cookie cake that will have everyone begging for the recipe! A fun mix of a melt in your mouth sugar cookie blended with funfetti cake flavor! A sweet and salty Peanut Butter Cookie Cake that is amazing served warm, but also incredible with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. A thick layer of creamy buttercream on top of a thick, melt in your mouth sugar cookie. This easy Fruit Pizza recipe is made with a better than the bakery sugar cookie crust, covered in a delightfully sweet cream cheese frosting, and decorated with your favorite fruit. It's always a crowd pleaser!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake
Incredible Sugar Cookie Cake Recipe
Funfetti Cookie Cake
Peanut Butter Cookie Cake
Frosted Sugar Cookie Cake
Easy Fruit Pizza Recipe
A thick, chewy chocolate chip cookie in cake form! Get the secret that makes this cookie pie better than the rest!
A melt in your mouth sugar cookie cake that will have everyone begging for the recipe!
A fun mix of a melt in your mouth sugar cookie blended with funfetti cake flavor!
A sweet and salty Peanut Butter Cookie Cake that is amazing served warm, but also incredible with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
A thick layer of creamy buttercream on top of a thick, melt in your mouth sugar cookie.
This easy Fruit Pizza recipe is made with a better than the bakery sugar cookie crust, covered in a delightfully sweet cream cheese frosting, and decorated with your favorite fruit. It's always a crowd pleaser!
If you try this recipe, please come back to share using my 5 star rating in the comments below! Not only do I appreciate it, but I know readers do, too!
Below are all of the sites participating in Cookies for Kids’ Cancer – you can visit their recipes below for more delicious ideas!
Yellow Heart-Shaped Rainbow Funfetti Cookies from Julie of The Little Kitchen
Peanut Butter Cookie Cake from Julie of Julie Blanner
Cherry Coconut Macaroons from Miranda of Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt
Brownie Cookies from Mel of Mel’s Kitchen Cafe
No-Bake Chocolate Candy Cookies from Debi of Life Currents
Double Dark Chocolate Chery Black Forest Cookies from Jamie of Southern Revivals
White Chocolate Valentine Madeleine Cookies from Marlynn of Urban Bliss Life
Pillowy Soft Sugar Cookies from Stephie of Stephie Cooks
Steak with Peppercorn Sauce from Sonja of Ginger & Toasted Sesame
Creamy Beet Risotto from Rachel of Copper & Verdigris
Valentine’s Day Chocolate Sugar Cookies from Denise of Chez Us
Red Velvet Donuts from Gwynn of Swirls of Flavor
S’mores Brown Butter Panbanging Cookies from Marybeth of babysavers
Gluten-Free Chocolate Kiss Cookies from Audrey of Mama Knows Gluten Free
Gluten-Free Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies from Brianna of Flippin’ Delicious
Rose Meringue Cookies from Kirsten of Comfortably Domestic
Raspberry Chipotle Chicken Curry from Shashi of Savory Spin
Double Chocolate Meringue Cookies from Dee of Meatloaf and Melodrama
White Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie from Sarah of Sarah Cooks the Books
Cream Wafer Cookies from Kelly of Live Laugh Rowe
White Chocolate and Raspberry Cookies from Wanda of My Sweet Zepol
Raspberry Fudge Cookies from Jessica of A Kitchen Addiction
Raspberry Cookies from Courtney of Know Your Produce
Syltkakor Raspberry Jam Cookies from Megan of Stetted
No-Bake Chocolate Tart from Rachel of Rachel Cooks
Heart-Shaped Chocolate Chip Cookies from Angela of About a Mom
Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies from Lisa of TasteCookSip
Chai Latte Shortbread Hearts from Sue of It’s Okay to Eat the Cupcake
Soft and Sweet Sugar Cookie Bars from Carlee of Cooking With Carlee
Strawberry and Cream Cookies from Ashley of A Cup of Charming
Cherry Cream Cheese Cookies from Lisa of Blogghetti
Galete Waffle Cookies from Shaina of Food for My Family
Almond Shortbread Cookies from Denise of addicted 2 recipes
Easy Strawberry Fudge from Chrysa of Thrifty Jinxy
Valentine’s Day Mug Hug Cookies from Aimee of Southern From Scratch
Doughnut Sandwich Cookies from Bree of Baked Bree
Chocolate Nutella Cookies from Melissa of Modern Honey
Easy Crinkle Cookies from Amy of The Nifty Foodie
Chocolate Sugar Cookies from Becca of The Salted Cookie
Love Cake from Sara of Confectionary Tales
Meringue Cookies from Sara of My Imperfect Kitchen
Rose White Hot Chocolate from Susannah of Feast + West
Gluten Free Lavendar Shortbread Cookies from Carolann of Apron Warrior
Fruit Filled Chocolate Waffle Cones from Nicole of For the Love of Food
Chocolate and Vanilla Sweetheart Cookies from Sheila of Life, Love, and Good Food
You can find all my amazing Peanut Butter Recipes here!
Peanut Butter Cookie Cake
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Cream butter, peanut butter, sugars, vanilla and eggs.
- Add flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt, stir in.
- Press dough into greased baking dish.
- Bake 20 minutes or until desired doneness.
Depending on your dish size, you may not need all the dough. You can freeze the remaining dough to bake later.
Note: I always slightly underbake my cookie cakes.