Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
These mini chocolate peanut butter cups and super easy to make.
I will share another recipe that got delicious chocolate in it. Enjoy
Now before you continue on with the recipe for Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, I will share with you a link to my New Cookbook called Traditional Newfoundland Cooking and Recipes.
- Peanut Butter - 1 Cup
- Unsweetened Chocolate Chips - 1 Cup
- Confectioners Sugar - 1/2 Cup or more if needed
- Sea Salt - 1/4 Tsp
- Paper Cups for mini muffin tray - 12 Each
1 Mix together in a small bowl, peanut butter, confectioners sugar, and sea salt.
2 Then in another heat prof bowl and 1/2 cup of semi sweeten chocolate chips and melt in double boiler or microwave for 1 1/2 minutes or in a double boiler or a boiler with water and a heat proof glass bowl on top boil until chocolate have melted.
3 Then line the muffin pan with your paper muffin cups, add melted chocolate in each one pulling the chocolate up the sides of the paper.
4 Then add equal amounts of peanut butter mixture inside each one until all mixture is used.
5 After add the remanding amount of chocolate chip in your bowl and heat for 1 1/2 minutes in the micro wave or double boiler.
6 Then scoop equal amounts over each one, then after put muffin tray in the fridge until sat. They freeze nice too if you like to put them in the freezer after they have sat.
I think this picture of a tray of chocolate peanut butter cups speaks for itself, they are so creamy and delicious. I always remembered as a child waiting for christmas because this was the only time of the year you would get sweets like these. My mom loved baking and making sweets before christmas to make sure there were enough to last all through the 12 days of Christmas. Making these mini chocolate peanut butter cups with your kids or grandkids would make this a prefect fun day with your little ones.
I will share with you more chocolate delights to make and enjoy. Traditional Newfoundland Snowballs
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