Let’s Make A Cookie Cake!!

It’s party time at our house and I am about to have our family over for my son’s THIRD birthday celebration!  In our house we (meaning I) believe in a month-long celebration! Therefore, we need a new cake idea!  We have had the cupcakes, the ice cream cake and now it has been decided…COOKIE CAKE!  Not the kind that you can pick up from the grocery store…homemade! My mom use to make these for my sister and I when we had sleepovers growing up and they were delicious!

My son(s) we so excited to help make this cake!  They love to help me in the kitchen, but what made it more exciting was picking out all of the special candy to break on top of this masterpiece!

The directions are fairly simple.  I used the recipe on the back of the Nestle Tollhouse Chocolate Chip bag for the cookie.  Then, I used creamy Jiffy Peanut Butter and Pillsbury Chocolate Fudge Frosting to make the frosting mixture. The best for last is picking out 3-4 candy items for your topping!  Our family loves chocolate and peanut butter, but you can use peanut or plain M&M’s, Butterfingers, Snickers, Reese’s Pieces, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Kit Kat’s, the options can be endless!!

First follow this recipe to get your cookie ready. However, instead of making individual cookies form one large cookie on a round baking sheet (or Stoneware from Pampered Chef).


While the cookie is baking start to unwrap all of your treats and break them into bite size pieces…set aside for later.

After the cookie is removed from the oven let it cool for about 10 minutes.  While cooling mix the peanut butter and chocolate frosting in a glass microwave safe bowl and microwave for 45 seconds, this way it is easier to stir together.  Then spread the mixture on top of the cookie.  After the mixture is spread on top start decorating your cookie with all of the goodies that have been selected!

So much fun for you and your kids!  And it’s pretty impressive to look at too!!!




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