Chocolate-covered, peanut buttery and sugar-coated, puppy chow is the old-school Midwestern snack of our dreams. Plus, it takes five minutes to make, using only a microwave.
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Gluten-free chocolate chip peanut butter cookies or peanut butter-chip chocolate cookies? We tackle both so you'll never have to choose.
These rich gluten-free treats puff as they bake and then settle as they cool into flat, crisp cookies.
These peanut butter cookies bake up soft and chewy. Milk chocolate chips mimic the flavor of a classic peanut butter cup. If you're dairy-free or don't like the taste of milk chocolate, simply replace the milk chocolate with dark or dairy-free chocolate chips.
This smoothie is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a glass of milk all in one.
This smoothie is like a PB&J sandwich and a glass of milk all in one.
The last fudgy brownie recipe you'll ever need, with three kick ass variations to mix it up.
Think ice cream has to be a production to make? Think again. Here's an ice cream base so easy you don't even need to cook it.
In my experience, if you take cereal and add melted butter and marshmallows you're going to end up with a quick, easy, and crowd-pleasing dessert. But why should Rice Krispies and their generic "crisp rice" counterparts have all the fun? These are some of my favorite cereal treats I've cooked up. What are yours?
When it comes to kick-ass, no-brainer combinations, it doesn't get better than peanut butter and jelly. Ample Hills Creamery: Secrets and Stories from Brooklyn's Favorite Ice Cream Shop swirls a generous portion of peanut butter into a sweet cream ice cream base, then folds in spoonfuls of jelly just before serving.
Peanut butter and jelly is a classic combination, but it's the way these flavors come together in this ice cream that makes it great. First, a fat scoop of PB is stirred into a sweet cream ice cream base, then, just before serving, spoonfuls of jelly are folded into the finished product. It keeps the flavors separate, letting them, quite literally, melt in your mouth.
Here's a question I ask each year when Easter candy hits the shelves: why are regular Reese's peanut butter cups gluten-free but the seasonal shapes, like eggs, not gluten-free? While I'm sure it has something to do with how the seasonal items are shaped, the whiny part of me just wants to say, "Whhhhhhhy?!?!" So instead whining and spending yet another Easter without one of my favorite candies, I decided to make a batch myself. It may not be quite as easy as picking up an egg or two at CVS, but the process isn't hard—it just requires the right tools and a little time.
Peanut butter-filled chocolate eggs are a classic Easter treat. They're especially tasty when you make them yourself.
If you like Chewy Chips Ahoy and peanut butter, these chewy peanut butter chocolate chip cookies will be right up your alley.
Chewy peanut butter cookies with dark chocolate chips.
There's no reason cereal treats need to be confined to Rice Krispies or their crisp rice generic counterparts. Cereal + butter + marshmallows = delicious. Add chocolate to that mix and hello, easy treatland!
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From Sarah's Cucina Bella
Nearly everyone has a childhood memory involving peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. One Bowl Baking taps into that nostalgia, turning it into snack bars that can be made almost as quickly as a PB&J.
Peanut butter and jelly is a classic combination. Instead of standard grape, these One Bowl Baking bars substitute blackcurrant jam. The dense base and crumbly topping sandwich the sweet jam.