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I have spent the past 6 months watching everything that I eat, partly to get my weight to a healthier place but also because my sister was getting married and I wanted to look good in my matron of honor dress! The wedding happened over the weekend and I’m ready to indulge a bit, but without going crazy. That’s why I love today’s HCF Recipe of the Day!
Today we’re sharing Becky from Project Domestication’s Mini Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe! These cookies look so good that I’m drooling!
3 things that I love about this recipe:
1. The cookies are itty bitty (just 1 1/2 inches across) so they aren’t as calorie heavy.
2. You bake the cookies at a high heat (500 degrees) and they take just 4 minutes to bake up!
3. Becky’s husband Adam developed this recipe! I think it’s so great to see a husband developing recipes for his wife’s blog.
Did we get you hungry? Check out the HCF Featured Recipe of the Week from previous weeks!
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Looking for more chocolate chip recipes? Check out our Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread Recipe, our Skillet Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Recipe and our Bacon Chocolate Chip Scones with Maple Sea Salt Drizzle Recipe.