Have you ever had a monster cookie? I am a sucker for a good cookie! These monster cookies are addicting and will leave you wanting more!
Monster cookies are peanut butter cookies with oatmeal, and other candies, such as M&M’s added in. This recipe is even more fun because there are also Reese’s pieces and a chopped up chocolate bar in the batter. Yum! Make these monster cookies for your next get together, or just for a yummy after school snack!
Ingredients Needed for Monster Cookies:
- Brown Sugar
- Granulated Sugar
- Baking Soda
- Peanut Butter
- Oat Flour (you can make your own)
- Reese’s Pieces
- Chocolate Bar
Old Fashioned Oats vs. Quick Oats
Either type of oats can be used for this monster cookie recipe, it really just depends on what type of texture you would like. The old fashioned oats will add more texture and will be more noticeable in the cookie. If you want a smoother texture, then go with the quick oats.
How to Make Monster Cookies
Before you get started, set out the butter for a thirty minutes or so, so that it will be close to room temperature. It’s best to use unsalted butter for these monster cookies, since there will be salt added towards the end.
To begin making the monster cookies, mix the softened butter and both sugars together. Next, add in the egg, peanut butter, and vanilla and mix well.
After that, combine the oat flour, oats, baking soda, and salt in a separate bowl. You can easily make your own oat flour by putting oats in the food processor until it is the consistency of flour.
Lastly, combine the wet and dry ingredients together until just combined and then mix in the 3 types of candy.
Now it’s time to get those monster cookies in the oven! Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and bake for 8-11 minutes. The cookies should still be soft in the middle and just slightly browned on the bottom.
These are sure to be a hit with the kiddos! Be sure to print the monster cookie recipe below and try them out!
If you are looking for more dessert ideas, then try out these recipes!
Chocolate Kiss Cookies from 5 Dinners 1 Hour – Just a chocolate cake mix, Hershey kisses, and a few other ingredients is all it takes to make these delicious cookies!
Easy No-Bake Cookie Balls from 5 Dinners 1 Hour – This is a twist on energy bites. Add a few M&Ms to make this protein-filled snack a fun treat!
Spiced Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies from Saving Dessert – A fun, fall twist on the classic iced oatmeal cookie! Give this one a try this fall!