Deep Dish Peanut Butter Cookie Ice Cream Sundaes

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So…yeah. If you don’t like peanut butter this may not be the post for you.

Monday was my husband’s birthday. Whenever I start brainstorming what to make for his birthday, two things come to mind: carrot cake and peanut butter and chocolate.

When I asked him if there was something he wanted me to make he mentioned maybe something with peanut butter cups.

Well. Now, we all know I did that. Last year. And then some.

Also, I didn’t want to make a cake. Too much leftover. You all know my husband pretty well by now. If I made him a cake he would eat one slice and then guess you would eat the rest?

All the running in the world wouldn’t cure that, now would it?

So I made him some simple deep dish peanut butter chocolate chip peanut cookies.

And then I dressed them up like they were Cinderella, going to the ball.

No one likes a nekkid cookie. A nekkid cookie might get teased and then feel bad about itself. We can’t have that, now can we?

So I made some ice cream. Peanut butter ice cream. You know, using that two ingredient method?

{But this time I used actual whipped cream instead of Cool Whip. ‘Cuz my guy is one of those people…you know the type. The “hmmm…that’s too sweet” type. WTH does “too sweet” even mean?}

Now, normally, I would have stopped there. But since we’re dressing up the cookie, she needed some accessories. A hat, perhaps.

Made of chocolate sauce. And peanuts.

There she is. All dressed up and ready for the ball.

Hubba hubba.

Happy Birthday to my sweet husband. You’re a fantastic husband and father.

Now go eat another cookie, will ya’?

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Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sundae Cookies

These easy peanut butter cookies have an easy no churn peanut butter ice cream and are covered with a homemade peanut hot fudge sauce!


!For the Peanut Butter Cookies
1/2 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup peanut butter
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup white sugar
1 egg
2 teaspoons vanilla
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup flour
1/2 cup chopped peanuts
1 cup chocolate chips

For the Peanut Butter Ice Cream
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1/3 cup peanut butter
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 teaspoon vanilla

For the Peanut Chocolate Sauce
1 cup chocolate chips
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 cup roughly chopped peanuts


Make the Ice Cream
Whip heavy cream on high speed until stiff peaks form. Refrigerate until ready to use.
Mix peanut butter, sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla together with a hand mixer.
Fold together peanut butter mixture with whipped cream. Transfer to a sealable container and freeze until hardened, four hours or overnight.

Make the Chocolate Sauce
Place chocolate chips and oil in a microwaveable bowl. Heat 1 minute, or until chocolate begins to melt. Stir until melted and combined. Stir in nuts. Place in a jar and let come to room temperature.

Make the Cookies
Preheat oven to 350°. Spray a whoopie pie pan with cooking spray.
Cream butter, peanut butter, and sugars until well combined. Mix in egg and vanilla. Add salt and baking soda and mix well. Add flour and mix until just combined. Stir in nuts and chocolate chips.
Scoop large spoonfuls (about 2 tablespoons) into pan, press to fit. Bake 8-10 minutes, until edges are brown. Centers will still be a little gooey. Remove from oven and cool 10 minutes before removing from pan. Serve with a scoop of ice cream and a helping of chocolate sauce.

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  1. I made ice cream cups just like this a few weeks back – I know what you mean about cake being left over and making tons. These are perfect! And you made PB ice cream…swoon!

  2. I love that we both talked about our naked baked goods this week! And they are both peanut butter and chocolate! These look dreamy. Happy birthday, Mel!

  3. Looks like a home run to me. Peanut butter and chocolate…Yumm!

  4. I’ve been looking for a chewy peanut butter cookie, and this looks like it might be it! How was it on the chewy scale?
    Every time I make PB cookies, they turn out too crunchy 🙁

  5. Lucky hubby! That cookie is all spiffed up and looovely! Also–um making the 2 ingredient method with cool whip? say whaaa?!

  6. I need to start running again soon! these look crazy good.

  7. I can’t imagine making that ice cream with cool whip…it is so sweet already from the milk:-) And I love my sweets…a lot!!! I am in love with all the peanut butter going on in these awesome pb cookie sundaes!!!! Averie is so right…swoon for sure!!!! Happy Birthday to your hubby!!!

  8. LOVE!!!!! Happy birthday to your hubby 🙂

  9. Wow! That looks soooo good. I think I gained 3 pounds just reading this post. But it was worth it! 😀

  10. Another amazing dessert!!! You have one lucky hubby! The “too sweet” comment cracked me up. That’s just like those crazy people who say, “it’s so rich, I can only have one bite” Yeah, I cannot relate at all! Happy Birthday to your husband!

  11. Those cookies were amazeballs. No wonder you only had two left. I was kinda mentally freaking out over the peanut chunks in the cookies–so totally texture-awesome. And they were mighty perfect stuffing my face with while watching women duke it out! 🙂 Happy Birthday Mel–lucky man to be married to you and get that motherload of a sundae on his bday!

  12. Oh, my! I would love to have this for my birthday! Pinned for it’s amazingness and chocolate ‘hat’!

  13. Those look incredibly delicious! I love peanut butter and so does my husband and son. This would definitely be a winner!

  14. Oh yummm, I could see my hubby going for something like this 🙂

  15. Awww, my hubby would be in heaven to get this on his birthday….they look so pretty 7 delicious:)

  16. Oh my. These look AMAZING. You have combined 2 of the loves of my life…peanut butter AND ice cream. They are so cute too…thanks for sharing!!

  17. How clever…an edible bowl because that luscious ice cream sundae wasn’t enough. LOL! Looks like another great dessert to do with my grands next week–I’m letting them make ice cream one day;-D

  18. As a former hot fudge nutty nutty fan, I would love these! The ice cream, I bet, was amazing, too. 🙂

  19. I am drooling all over my ipad right now. OMG! these look amazing.

  20. Okay girlfriend…..this is truly getting a little strange. My husband likes only one kind of cake in this whole wide world…carrot cake (no raisins, lots of nuts) and lives for peanut butter cookies. I’m starting to think we married the same guy…except that can’t be right because his birthday is in September.

  21. You had me at “deep dish”…. oh Dorothy, you sure know how to make the most tempting treats! Happy birthday to your husband! 🙂

  22. WOW! Thanks for sharing at Pin IT and Win It, I just posted this on my FB page!

  23. I saw this last night and started drooling. I would’ve posted a comment then but then the old computer died. Love love, will definitely try the icecream when I get home.

  24. i love the peanuts in the sauce. fabulous. now i’m totally craving peanuts in chocolate. mmmmm

  25. Dorothy, your ice cream turned out good even though you didn’t use an ice cream maker?
    I always thought one had to use an ice cream maker to make good ice cream. Do you make all your ice cream this way or do you sometimes use an ice cream maker?
    Thanks and love love love your site!!!

  26. These look WAY TOO delicious! Ice cream, chocolate and peanut butter are the best combination ever. I am definitely going to have to try this one!

  27. Is the texture of this ice cream like regular ice cream?? The one thing I refuse to do, for now anyway, is break down and buy an ice cream maker when I can just buy ice cream at the store. But I love making sorbets in the freezer, so I’d be willing to try this!
    I don’t know what would be worse: a husband who refuses to eat the junk food leaving it all to the wife or a husband who eats all the junk food, forcing the wife to hoard her treats…hmmm.

  28. Looks like we were both craving the same thing… peanut butter & chocolate, I just decided to add some bacon to it, haha 🙂 Your sundaes look awesome and they are just the perfect treat for the summer! Thanks for commenting on my blog! Can’t wait to make these sundaes!


  29. I love desserts that are already portioned out for you. Because if I’m cutting cake for myself, I cut them big so I can have a ton of frosting! These are fantastic! Love the peanut butter ice cream! It’s all so perfect! Happy bday to your husband too!

  30. You had me at teh avocado pops and now I am just smitten- such great summer treats- the deep dish cookie looks oh my goodness so delicious!

  31. Oooohhh how I love you! Peanuts in PB Cookies are the absolute yummiest! Happy bday to your man and thanks for sharing this 🙂

  32. OMG!!!!! This looks so yummie! I made peanutbutter cookied with peantuts a while ago, but never thought about adding peanutbutter ice ctream and chocolate sauce. you’ve must been in heaven eating that!! I’m jealous and this is on my to do list for sure!!

  33. Amazing Ooey Gooey Deliciousness! The pics are great! Visiting from Domesblissity linkup:)

  34. Great sundae. I found you via the Real Housewives of Riverton Recipe Round up. I linked in a post about a retro dish called Coronation Chicken. Have a lovely week.

  35. Hello, I just saw this post (late Thurs night). I love if you could link up to Thursday Food Fest at Hope to see you next week! Sarah

  36. Everything you make looks so dreamy! You are such a talented baker Dorothy! Angie xo

  37. Love, love, love it! I need to try the PB ice cream. It is a thing of beauty.

  38. This is AMAZING
    You are such a great baker, and I looooooooooove the things you make

  39. Aww man, we just finished off a whole batch of PB cookies otherwise I would be topping one with ice cream and fudge as we speak. Delicious idea! Cinderella has never looked better.

    What is it with men and “too sweet”? I swear they’re aliens.

  40. Thanks for sharing this at Weekend Potluck! Oh my goodness, this birthday treat looks AMAZING!!! You’re a good little wifey! 🙂 My hubby request plain chocolate cake with no frosting every single year so he can drown it in a bowl of milk.
    Happy Weekend! Come see us again soon and bring more goodies!
    ~Tonya from 4 little Fergusons

  41. This looks delicious! What a great recipe! We’d love to invite you to join us at Saturday Show & Tell on Cheerios and Lattes! I know everyone will love this! Have a great weekend!
    Mackenzie 🙂

  42. Wow, this looks like a piece of heaven on a plate!

  43. Yum, this looks delicious. I could go for one of those right now!

  44. My husband would go crazy for this…who am I kidding? I would go CRAZY for this! Yum! Pinning now! Thanks for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

  45. I love these!! They look so yummy!! I’d love to have you link this up to Tasty Thursdays on The Mandatory Mooch. It’s a new linky party starting today. Hope to see you there. Thanks, Nichi

  46. Congratulations!! Your recipe is featured over on Weekend Potluck today!!

  47. I just stumbled upon your blog and found this gorgeous creation. I am *ALL* over these! Lovely blog! XO

  48. What is a whoopie pie pan? Where do you get one?

  49. I’m liking the looks of that! I love peanut butter and chocolate!

  50. yummy yummy yummy !!!! i cannot wait to make this !!!

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  52. Dorothy,
    I came looking for pie and I ran into these beauties and now I’m drooling all over the place! Can’t wait to try these! YUM

  53. that chocolate sauce dripping down is just unreal

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  55. I made this ice cream recipe today and it tastes AMAZING! Thank you!

  56. What size whoopie pie pan do you use? I looked on Amazon and I see an original wilton, a smaller size then a jumbo. Is yours a Wilton as well? Please and thank you!

    • I’m pretty sure mine was the original size (not jumbo or mini) but you can use any of the three. You can also use a muffin tin but only fill them with about 1-2 tablespoons of dough and press them down. Won’t be exactly the same, but cheaper than buying a new pan if you prefer!

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