About this recipe: These cookies are packed with chocolate chips and chunks of Reese's peanut butter sweets.
You'll find Reese's Peanut Butter Cups at any large Tesco's.
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This was a really good recipe thank you. I didn't have so substituted choc chips for some random old chocolate bars (dark with nuts, cooking choc with nuts and milk with caramel and nuts) that I chopped up and I also didn't add the reese's. I made my balls about 3 cms and the biscuits turned out huge so I halved the remaining ones to walnut sized and they are a perfect two-chomp treat if you don't like humungous cookies I ended up with over 60!! 40 big ones and 25 ish small. I didn't add as many choc chips as you said, 3 oz or so less and they were still packed. I also flattened them with a fork to make them look more cookie-ish. YUM! - 27 Mar 2016
Very tasty, will be using this recipe again! i used milk choc chips instead of dark - 27 Sep 2014
Mmmmmm... eating one right now. Used 1 1/4 cup chocolate chips, and 11 mini reese's peanut butter cups cut into quarters. Not too peanutty, just delicious and crisp. My boyfriend already ate 5 and I haven't even finished baking them. Easy and good! - 29 Jan 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)