These Peanut Butter Toffee Oatmeal Cookies are the perfect combination of chewy, nutty, crunchy, and sweet!
I love peanut butter cookies, so I often try to find new ways to enjoy them. That can mean a simple twist on the traditional, a nod to a favorite store-bought cookie, or even a mashup of two favorite cookies. These Peanut Butter Toffee Oatmeal Cookies offer a pretty fantastic flavor addition with a chewy oatmeal version packed with plenty of chocolate toffee bits.
These cookies check all the right cookie boxes for me. They’re nutty, chewy, sweet, soft, and a little bit salty and crunchy. Plus, they’re easy to make, which is always a winner, right?
Toffee bits are usually available both plain and covered with milk chocolate. With my enduring love of all things chocolate and peanut butter, I prefer the chocolate covered variety for these cookies. You still get the great chocolate + peanut butter combo but with a sweet crunch from the toffee.
There aren’t a lot of surprises along the way in making these cookies. They’re fairly straightforward drop cookies. The dough may tend to be a bit crumbly. If that’s the case for your dough, just compact the dough a bit in your hands before placing the dough on the pan, and it should hold together just fine.
As much as I adore everything about these cookies, I have to tell you that I love them even more when they’re warm. Once you’re past that warm-from-the-oven stage, a few seconds in the microwave will heat them up just enough to give you an irresistibly warm, sweet treat.
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13 Comments on “Peanut Butter Toffee Oatmeal Cookies”
Yum!! I love oatmeal cookies and am drooling over the addition of toffee bits!
They sound unreal! peanut butter and toffee is just a match made in heaven!
Hi, Jennifer. These turned out well. I think they will be a hit. Thanks for another great recipe!!
I’m glad you liked the cookies, Linda!
yes yes yessss all my faves in a cookie! toffee, pb, and chocolate! and oatmeal for chewiness-hooray!
Greeting s from the Philippines. What can i use instead of toffee bits? They are hard to find in my country…thanks for replying 🙂
Most any other add-in will work. Nuts, chocolate chips, or whatever else you think will pair well.
Baked these yesterday! Wow! They are so delicious! It will be a keeper for sure! Thanks for the great recipes
I’m so glad you liked them, Elena!
I never have old fashion oat meal … can I use the quick?
You can, but the texture will be different. Just be sure to substitute the same amount by volume, not weight.
How many cookies does this make?
Hi, Cee. The yield is at the top of the recipe: 36 cookies.