These brownies may sound a little wrong but they taste so right. Home made brownies with chocolate chips topped with a layer of peanut butter cookie "dough" topped with a layer of chocolate ganache to take you to the finish line. Recipe adapted from The Food Network.tags: desserts cookies bake more
My mother-in-law's friend Margaret is famous for this homemade oatmeal bread and she makes it every time she visits, leaving a sliced loaf in the freezer as a parting gift. It's great toasted with butter, jam, peanut butter – or on its own fresh from the oven.tags: breakfast snacks lunch box brunch lunch rice, grains and breads bake more
Who says crisped rice treats are just for kids? I made these treats with a chocolate-peanut butter topping today – cut small and served on a tray, they would be appropriate for any grown-up gathering.tags: desserts snacks lunch box cookies rice, grains and breads no-cook more
These brownies take me back to my favorite combination: chocolate and peanut butter. The peanut butter is swirled right in to the brownie; fudgy and dense, these are delicious served straight from the fridge.tags: desserts lunch box cookies rice, grains and breads bake more
Plan B Mom says, "I am always on the lookout for a new cookie that has oats involved, because a) it’s healthier and b) I feel ok if I have one for breakfast with my coffee. These cookies are as monstrous in size and deliciousness as they are chock-full of peanut butter, oats, chocolate chips and M & Ms."tags: desserts snacks lunch box cookies rice, grains and breads bake more
For variety, serve with Marc Antony's Scampi Wraps.
Crunchy, not smooth, peanut butter is the base for Thai peanut sauce, used to give an exotic flavor to chicken or pep up a salad dressing. –RR
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If you like peanut butter cups, these brownies are for you. A fudgy and intensely chocolate brownie is topped with a light pure peanut buttery frosting – yum! If you like brownies with a cake-like texture, these are not for you – the recipe only calls for a 1/2 cup of flour (not a typo!), which makes for a very fudgy and dense brownie!
They are great served cold from the fridge and with a cold glass of milk. They're rich, so all you need is one and they last for at least a few days in an air-tight container in the refrigerator. Enjoy!