Yeah, that's right. Cookie cups. Stuffed with peanut butter and Nutella. These little bites of gooey bliss are sweet, adorable, and super simple. So simple in fact, that I don't even need to provide you with a recipe.
I know!!! This might be the simplest recipe I've ever blogged.
So here's what you do... Get some cookie dough. Any kind will do. Homemade, pre made, sugar cookie, chocolate chip. Seriously, whatever your little cookie-loving heart desires. Today I used my homemade chocolate chip cookie dough.
Preheat your oven to whatever temperature your cookie dough calls for. In the meantime, spray a cupcake pan with cooking spray. Take your cookie dough and roll it into balls, approximately 1 inch in diameter. Place one cookie ball into each cupcake well. Pop into your oven and bake until edges are golden.
You'll notice that as your cookies bake they perfectly fill up the cupcake well. No need to spread the dough along the sides, or push it into a cup-shape prior to baking... None of that. Trust me. Just drop the dough balls in there.
Once baked, allow to cool for a couple of minutes in the pan while you go find a shot glass. Take a shot if desired. Take the bottom of your shot glass and press into the center of each cookie. Twist the glass slightly so the cookie doesn't stick. Allow to cool for a couple more minutes... and do more shots if you feel so inclined.
Pop your cookie cups out of the pan and transfer to a cooling rack. Put some Nutella and peanut butter into separate bowls. Warm each quickly in the microwave for about 30 seconds, just to give them a more fluid consistency. Pour your fillings into the cookie cups, and you're left with this:
The centers will firm up after about 3 hours, but you're going to want to eat a couple in all their gooey glory.
Like I said... You're really going to want to eat them warm. Enjoy!