The problem is in the execution. The cookies are dry and flavorless. One guest tester called them "generic-tasting," while another likened them to store-brand sandwich cookies. The only good part about the cookie--the chocolate and peanut butter--are lost under a crumbly mess. And even the peanut butter, which carries the Reese's name, isn't the same super-salty confection found in the cups. What would make these better? "If the peanut butter were scraped out of the cookie and put into a chocolate shell." Exactly.
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