When you look at these cookies, you probably think they're rich and chocolately and delicious. You'd be correct. However, what you can't tell is that there's a gooey marshmallow inside AND the cookie base has an infusion of peanut butter. That's right--chocolate, peanut butter, AND a gooey marshmallow inside. I won't tell you that they are addictive.
I found this recipe in the December/January 2013 issue of Cook's Country magazine. If you're an online subscriber, you can see their recipe here. Their version makes a LOT, about 5 dozen cookies, so it's perfect for a cookie exchange. But it's long and sort of complicated, and I don't really know if I'm interested in typing it all out!
Which makes it really nice that Martha Stewart has a similar recipe on her website here. Martha's version makes 2 dozen, which might be more manageable for those who, like us, were having some fun on a random January snowday. The ingredients are nearly the same, though the version I made adds 1/2c creamy peanut butter during the sugar/butter creaming process (so you'd probably want a bit less for the smaller proportions in Martha's recipe).