Peanut Butter Cookie Cups for Ice Cream Recipie & Chocolate Chip Too!

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It’s hot, REALLY hot in Southern New Mexico.  My kids and I have been cooking up some yummy treats to help us stay cool this summer. We recently had loads of fun baking Cookie Cups for Ice Cream!  I know, sounds amazing doesn’t it?

Cookie Cups 1024x911 Peanut Butter Cookie Cups for Ice Cream Recipie & Chocolate Chip Too!What can I say, when it’s hot outside we stay inside cooking up ideas to stay cool.  I have to keep the kids busy, I am 99% positive they would blow the house up, or something crazy due to boredom if I didn’t.

We just finished was our first batch of Peanut Butter Cookie Cups for Ice Cream!  We loved the Peanut Butter Cookie Cups for Ice Cream so much we had to bake some Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups too!.

How to make Peanut Butter Cookie Cups for Ice Cream 1024x598 Peanut Butter Cookie Cups for Ice Cream Recipie & Chocolate Chip Too!How to make Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chips Cookies Cups for Ice Cream

How to make these fabulous Cookie Cups for Ice Cream

  • First you will make a ball of cookie dough and flatten it out.  Make them big enough to complete fit into your muffin pan.
  • Place cookie dough into muffin pan.  Press dough evenly onto the bottom of the pan, and up the sides of each cup.
  • Bake at 350 for about 10 minutes.  I check mine at about 6 minutes, if they are puffy and look like they are rising in the center use a fork to poke holes in the middle of each cookie so the center falls back into place.   You want the cookie to bake molded to the muffin pan.
  • Allow cool, and carefully remove them from your muffin pan.
  • Place a scoop of your favorite ice cream into your cookie cup.
  • Enjoy your supper yummy Peanut Butter or Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups for Ice Cream!

Be sure to let me know how they turn out, and if you have made Cookie Cups for Ice Cream what tips can you offer us?

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  1. Rosie says

    this is an easy and fun way to have ice cream! I know how it can be when you live in a hot climate, you’re inside with the AC on, it doesn’t seem strange to be baking! I like the trick to keep the muffins flattened down, I was wondering about that. Wonderful idea!!!!

  2. H. W. says

    Awesome idea. They look wonderful! I’ll have to give this a try, and perhaps risk tweaking the recipe, too. :D

  3. Omer Caudry says

    This recipe may make the local bakery jealous. The ice cream will attract any child into this super tasty venture.

  4. Nena Sinclair says

    What a fantastic idea! You know, I’ve just gotta make these! Lol, just what I need…an excuse to eat more ice cream!! :)

  5. AB says

    I don’t like peaunt butter in general, but I love ice cream. So this could be really yummy

  6. Brigid OHara Koshko says

    They look delicious! It gets hot in Georgia and this would be a great way to cool off.

  7. Patricia Mohl says

    I always crumble peanut butter cookies in my ice cream but I never thought of making cups.What a great idea.

  8. Ayesa Bustamante says

    Looks wonderful and now I’m craving for it! I’ll definitely try this recipe. Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

  9. Sandy Cain says

    Yikes, Jenn, have you no mercy? I will weigh 300 pounds by the time I’m done with your blog! (But I’ll be smiling!)

    • says

      Sandy… I KNOW RIGHT! I have to kick myself, I just made the BEST BROWNIES FOR MY HUSBAND… OMG JUST WIAT FOR THIS ONE, LOL… I don’t eat them just make them ahahahahah… my husband is a sweet freak, and blessed with the skinny bootie.. DARN HIM!

  10. lisa says

    Those combine my favorite foods. I can’t believe that I haven’t tried these yet. Thanks for the recipe!

  11. Lisa B. says

    This looks so yummy! One of my favorite desserts is cookies with ice cream, I am making these :)

  12. Ben Blasto says

    This looks yami, I will sure try it on my daugters, I think they will like it, I promisse to write you back their reaction.

    Thank you, have a nice day,


  13. says

    This is one of those “why didn’t I think of that” ideas. I can see these being good for pudding and no bake cheese cake kinds of desserts also. I don’t have any young children anymore but I bet it sure was a fun activity to do with them.

  14. cheryl lister says

    My son, now 27, “invented” these for a science project in 3rd grade! (of course, they had probably already been invented!) He put them on the outside of the muffin pan to make them a bit bigger. we did have a hard time getting them off though. Did you grease them real well or just use cooking sprey?