Snickers Bar Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

I broke in my new Silpat!

I think it was only fitting that the first type of cookies I made on it were chocolate chip.

But these aren’t just any old chocolate chip cookies.


They’re stuffed.

With even more sugar and chocolate

With Snickers bar pieces.

Remember the old Snickers Really Satisfies Campaign from the 80s & 90s?

The campaign that wanted us to believe that Snickers bars were nutritious and filling since they contained peanuts.

Guess the caramel, the “peanut butter nougat” and an outer coating of chocolate are nutritious too, right?

Sure, we’ll go with that.

Because when you bite into a chewy chocolate chip cookie

and into a Snickers bar that’s been baked into the cookie, life just got good. 

Real good.

And it’s all nutritious from the Snickers bar addition, no doubt.



Snickers Bar Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Adapted from the Original Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe


2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

1 teaspoon salt (I omitted)

1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened

3/4 cup granulated white sugar

3/4 cup packed brown sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 large eggs

2 cups (one 12-ounce package) chocolate chips (sorry Nestle, I use Trader Joe’s chips)

1 large Snickers Bar, diced


Preheat oven to 350° F

Combine flour, baking soda and salt in small bowl.  Beat butter, granulated sugar, brown sugar and vanilla extract in large mixer bowl until creamy. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Gradually beat in flour mixture.  Stir in chocolate chips.

Refrigerate dough for 10-20 minutes if possible.

While dough is refrigerating, dice the Snickers bar into 1-centimeter sized pieces.  Approximations are fine.

Remove dough from refrigerator and make rounded tablespoon sized “patties” or balls of dough (I’d say about 1.5 tbsp sized patties).

Place a Snickers piece or two into the middle of each pattie.   Cover with another pattie, making a “lid”.  Run your fingers around it to seal in the edges

Bake on parchment paper, a Silpat, or sprayed cookie sheets for 9 to 11 minutes or until golden brown, taking care not to overbake.  I took mine out at 9.5 minutes and they still looked quite underdone but the continued to bake, brown, and set up during the cooling process.

Cool on baking sheets for 2 minutes and if possible remove to wire racks to cool completely (I just let mine sit on the Silpat that I carefully lifted off the cookie sheet and placed onto the countertop about 5 minutes after they came out of the oven)

Tip: If you do not want to bother with making your own cookie dough, then don’t!  Buy refrigerated/pre-made cookie dough.  It will be nearly just as good and will take this recipe into two minutes of prep time and 10 minutes of baking and make it goof-proof.  Just saying.



A Visual Guide:

Make the cookie dough

Chop the Snickers

Lay a chunk…

…or two chunks of Snickers bar pieces on a cookie dough pattie.

Almost make a little cradle almost.

Top with another cookie dough pattie as the lid.

Smooth and seal it with your fingers.

Don’t want any of that precious Snickers bar escaping through a poorly made seal.


Wait patiently. 

(And if you’re baking these in the wee hours of the morning with horrible indoor lighting, you get brownie points.  Or second helpings of cookies!)

Your house now smells ridiculously good.


These cookies are chewy and almost fall-apart moist.  Exactly the way I like my cookies.

The closer to underbaked they are, i.e. half raw, the happier I am.

Raw Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls anyone?

But when you get a bite of Snickers bar plus cookie dough plus chocolate chips all at once, suddenly everything is right with the world.

I have made stuffed cookies in the past, but in muffin liners and tins so they’re more like a cookie bar:

Peanut Butter Cup Chocolate Chip Cookies

and Dark Chocolate & Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies

That’s a Treasures Chocolate & Caramel bar

And stuffed brownies with the same concept

Peanut Butter Cup Brownie Cupcakes with White Chocolate Icing

But these are my first true stuffed cookie

And I am happy to report, I ate more than one.  Ahem.

And I loved every hot chewy, gooey, chocolaty…

…rich, sweet, stuffed minute.

And from my earlier post, lots of you are into thrift and vintage shopping.  It was fun to hear if you’re into it, or into Craigslist or Ebay, and what you’ve purchased.

And lots of you said you’re browsers rather than buyersYour wallet thanks you. 


1. Favorite kind of cookie?

2. Have you ever made any stuffed cookies?  What did you stuff them with?

The sky’s the limit.  Rolo, Reese’s PB Cups, Milky Way, 3 Muskateers, Mounds Bars

I think gooey and softer bars like that would work better than say a Skor or a Heath Bar.

I wonder how Skittles would work?  Or red licorice?  Pink or Red Starburst anyone? <–Not that I’d really want those things inside my cookies but just wondering how that would be.  Hmmm.  Maybe in snickerdoodle or sugar cookies that could work.  Do you see how my mind works?

What would you like to stuff your cookies with?  Cookie base + stuffing ingredient.   The sky is the limit!

P.S. Thanks for your entries on the Say NO to Auto Giveaway and I’ve really enjoyed reading what it is with your camera, photography, or with shooting manually that you enjoy and also what has you stumped.  Keep your giveaway entries and thoughts coming.

88 comments on “Snickers Bar Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies”

  1. Yum!! I love stuffed cookies! :) And I hope the new silpat worked out well for you!
    Oh, and amazing amazing amazing pictures!!

  2. Oh myyyy….! those looks so good Averie. I want some. Wait, i NEED some of those!!! thanks for sharing you recipe! my oven is broken so I’m hoping to try them out this weekend using my toaster. I’m crossing my finger that will work LOL

    Fave cookie – white chocolate macadamia nut. yum =)

  3. “1 large Snickers Bar, diced” definitely never thought I’d see that in a recipe, ever. You are hilarious, lady! These look so good…

  4. Omg! My mouth is watering… these look amazing! I am definitely going to make them!

  5. My son turns 3 tomorrow. I am SO making these, they looks soooo good. Ooey gooey caramel-y. Yum!

  6. Wahooooo!! I wouldn’t have it any other way, if it were me breaking in a new silpat! Choco chip… And stuffed too? Nom! Also, I don’t do nestle chips either! TJs all the way!

  7. Woah, those cookies look good! I’ve made cake with skittles before and it really wasn’t that pleasant, somethings, sadly, are not cut out for life in a cake. Anything with chocolate and/or caramel in though would be amazing.

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  9. Sensational tutorial! Melt in your mouth cookie!

  10. AHHHHHHHHHH those cookies look to-die-for delicious. Wowza.

    I would love to stuff cookies with peanut butter M&M’s… or more Snickers ;)

  11. 1. chocolate chip!
    2. hershey’s kisses – they didn’t soften enough, though
    3. anything chocolate
    GREAT idea, averie, with the snicker! and i really want to try cookies in muffin tins, now.
    totally remember that snickers ad campaign. and how about, “when you eat your smarties do you eat the red ones last?…” (yes, i did – i used them to lipstick my mouth, when i was a kid!)

  12. Wow!! these look great… so delicious… so mouth watering. I’ll definitely try this out.

  13. Love the idea of stuffing cookies, Averie! These are calling my name, but I MIGHT just have to make the peanut butter cup chocolate chip cookie recipe first. I’m always impartial to recipes with pb & chocolate :D

    Thanks for sharing!

  14. Stuffed? *gasp* (I actually did gasp) The only thing I’ve ever stuffed a cookie with are medjool dates. Holy wow were those amazing. Congrats on breaking in your silpat. Gosh, they’re so awesome!

  15. These look awesome! I made oreo stuffed peanut butter chocolate chip cookies once for some friends. Those definitely went over well, haha!

  16. There is nothing on this post that I wouldn’t eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner…baked or not.

  17. I always love your recipes… these should be illegal! ;)

  18. Mmmmmm stuffed cookies are the BEST. I made nutella-filled chocolate chip cookies a few weeks ago, and they were so good! Also I’ve made those crazy popular chocolate chip cookie dough filled chocolate chip cookie cupcakes… always winners among friends and family, but a LOT of work!

  19. Holy Moly! Watching the variety of candy bars get stuffed into the delicious cookie dough was certainly salivating over here. Do you think you could ship one or two down here to Texas! Those look like the definition of sinful.

  20. This look absolutely sinful! I love it. I may have to do some creative baking next week :)

  21. I’ve never made stuffed cookies. This is a shocking omission from my cookie reperotoire. Must remedy that ASAP.

    I prefered Milky Way to Snickers, because I don’t like the peanuts, and Milky Ways are just Snickers without the nuts. And then 3 Musketeers are just Milky Ways without the caramel. I love the nougat the best, so those were my fave.

    I bet skittles would get hard. Do you remember nerds Blizzards from DQ? Oh my god, those things were great in theory and awful in execution. I wonder how many teeth were chipped eating those?!?!

    • There is nothing quite like the center of a Milky Way. And although it’s not high quality or anything, the Milky Way Darks, for what they are, will always have a special place in my heart.

      I have seen recipes floating around for how to make the nougat in the center of Milky Ways (which I think is technically slightly different than 3 Muskateer nougat, close, not exactly the same) but I have never tried. Candy making in the home kitchen is wayyy diff than commercial kitchens not to mention, they have patents on their recipes for a reason…they’ve spent more than an hour perfecting them :)

      And oh yes your comment reply to me re chilling it..yes, will try that next!

  22. That seriously started my morning off on a good note, looking at those gorgeous oozing shots of the cookies. Best midnight snack you’ve ever had perhaps?
    I think two cookies stuffed with raw cookie dough after they’ve been cooked would be fantastic. But like you said, cookies stuffed with anything pretty much makes sense in my book!

  23. Oh i want this. Right now.

  24. Ohhhhh man. These cookies are flat-out dangerous :-)

    Didn’t you love your sil-pat?!?

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