Peanut Butter Cups

 
  • Cooking and Prep: 15 m
  • Serves: 20
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Chocolate and peanut butter. Peanut Butter and chocolate. There’s no combination that makes more people stop and say “Yum.” And this sweet bite is the perfect size to convince your kids they’ve had enough for dessert or convince yourself that you can have just one more. And it’s so quick and easy that there’s always time to make more!

Ingredients (7)

Main ingredients

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Make the Cups

  1. Mix together the first five ingredients in a large bowl. Set aside.

  2. Melt chocolate in  double boiler. Stir in peanut butter. Remove from heat.

  3. Insert liners into a mini muffin tin. Drop about one tablespoon of melted chocolate into each paper liner. Place one tablespoon of the peanut butter filling mixture in the center of the melted chocolate. Add more melted chocolate until the peanut butter is completely covered and the top is even.

  4. Cool and enjoy!

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  • Shaindy Weldler

    I haven't tried this yet, but in response to azdoll, there are an extra 2 tsp pb after the chocolate in the ingredient list. The first 5 ingredients include the pb that is in the filling.
    Posted by quickcook |2020-12-27 16:41:51
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  • barbara

    Must be missing something: Recipe says: Melt chocolate in double boiler. Stir in peanut butter. Then, it says to drop 1 T melted chocolate into cup. ( I assume that meant the PB and chocolate combo.) The next step says to add PB filling, then more chocolate. You've combined the PB and chocolate, so how do you have plain chocolate.. Please clarify.
    Posted by azdoll |2020-11-14 12:24:03
    0
  • Rivka Sinowitz

    Milk Chocolate

    Can I use milk chocolate instead of bittersweet?
    Posted by rivkasinowitz |July 16, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman
    It would be delicious to do milk. I think that the flavor of a bittersweet and peanut butter is unique too. And keeps it pareve, but either would work recipe wise.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|July 17, 2017
    Rivka Sinowitz
    Thank you.
    Posted by rivkasinowitz|July 18, 2017
    1
 
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  • Shaindy Weldler

    I haven't tried this yet, but in response to azdoll, there are an extra 2 tsp pb after the chocolate in the ingredient list. The first 5 ingredients include the pb that is in the filling.
    Posted by quickcook |2020-12-27 16:41:51
    0
  • barbara

    Must be missing something: Recipe says: Melt chocolate in double boiler. Stir in peanut butter. Then, it says to drop 1 T melted chocolate into cup. ( I assume that meant the PB and chocolate combo.) The next step says to add PB filling, then more chocolate. You've combined the PB and chocolate, so how do you have plain chocolate.. Please clarify.
    Posted by azdoll |2020-11-14 12:24:03
    0
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  • Rivka Sinowitz

    Milk Chocolate

    Can I use milk chocolate instead of bittersweet?
    Posted by rivkasinowitz |July 16, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman
    It would be delicious to do milk. I think that the flavor of a bittersweet and peanut butter is unique too. And keeps it pareve, but either would work recipe wise.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|July 17, 2017
    Rivka Sinowitz
    Thank you.
    Posted by rivkasinowitz|July 18, 2017
    1

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