Reeses Pieces Monster Cookies
We’ve been going a little crazy over Reese’s Pieces in our house. Why not throw them in your ice cream, your pancakes … your mouth!

Because they’re so tiny they’re harmless to your waistline right?

First, things got a little creative around here with Reese’s Pieces Brownie Puppy Chow, click here to see that post. Instead of using powdered sugar in that recipe, we used powdered brownie mix and added brownie pieces and reese’s pieces – delish!

Reeses Pieces Brownie Puppy Chow
And look at all of those fall colors!

Between the puppy chow and these reese’s pieces monster cookies, I might just have to bring both to our next halloween party.

Reeses Pieces Monster Cookies
Look at these cookies, they really are monstrous! Which makes them all the more perfect for halloween.

You could definitely use this recipe to make regular sized cookies, but monster cookies are just so fun to eat.

Reeses Pieces Monster Cookies
I post a lot of recipes that are adaptable to your taste preferences. For example, maybe Reese’s Pieces aren’t your thing, but you really love raisins – well substitute raisins then!

The base of this cookie is so good that you could actually make plain monster cookies without any added toppings. And that’s just what I did.

Reeses Pieces Monster Cookies
But the sky is the limit on these, get creative and throw in whatever you have on hand.

Or you can go to the grocery store to buy reese’s pieces, like I did!

Reeses Pieces Monster Cookies

Reeses Pieces Monster Cookies
I can definitely see these monster cookies making another appearance on the blog – maybe white chocolate peppermint for christmas? :-)

Reeses Pieces Monster Cookies

Similar recipes: Starbucks Pumpkin Pound Cake and Apple Cinnamon Graham Crackers.