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#16 JNBunnie1

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Posted 11 May 2012 - 06:04 AM

You have GOT to stop talking about peanut butter....

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Posted 11 May 2012 - 09:58 AM

You have GOT to stop talking about peanut butter....

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Sorry Bunny!


Peanut butter truffles

2 cups (11 & 1/5 oz ) milk chocolate chips
1/2 cup whipping cream
2 tablespoons  butter
1/2 creamy peanut butter

Melt chips, whipping cream and butter in heavy pan over low heat, stirring occasionally.

Whisk in pb until blended.

Pour into a pie pan or dish.  Refrigerate until fudgey and a little soft.  About 1 hour. 

Shape 1 tbsp of mixture into balls abou 1 1/4 inches.  I use a small ice cream scoop then smooth a little with my hands.

Roll the balls in pulverized peanuts, pretzels or cookie decorating candies.  Put back in fridge.  Keep refrigerated.  They freeze well.  My kids like them frozen, I let them thaw.
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 10:00 AM

Sorry Bunny!


Peanut butter truffles

2 cups (11 & 1/5 oz ) milk chocolate chips
1/2 cup whipping cream
2 tablespoons  butter
1/2 creamy peanut butter

Melt chips, whipping cream and butter in heavy pan over low heat, stirring occasionally.

Whisk in pb until blended.

Pour into a pie pan or dish.  Refrigerate until fudgey and a little soft.  About 1 hour. 

Shape 1 tbsp of mixture into balls abou 1 1/4 inches.  I use a small ice cream scoop then smooth a little with my hands.

Roll the balls in pulverized peanuts, pretzels or cookie decorating candies.  Put back in fridge.  Keep refrigerated.  They freeze well.  My kids like them frozen, I let them thaw.


Ooh. That almost sounds....therapeutic?
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 10:02 AM

One more! These are great but they are at thier best for about two days as the cookie bottom gets dry and crumbly. Haven't tried another mix or recipe for the bottom which might work better.

http://www.glutenfre...e5-2594bac84ace


Thinking this thread should be called "Ode to Peanut butter and chocolate"
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 10:05 AM

One more! These are great but they are at thier best for about two days as the cookie bottom gets dry and crumbly. Haven't tried another mix or recipe for the bottom which might work better.

http://www.glutenfre...e5-2594bac84ace


Thinking this thread should be called "Ode to Peanut butter and chocolate"


Holy crap! Too many ingredients for me but I bet it's good (and would put me into a sugar coma).
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 11:30 AM

Sorry Bunny!


Peanut butter truffles

2 cups (11 & 1/5 oz ) milk chocolate chips
1/2 cup whipping cream
2 tablespoons  butter
1/2 creamy peanut butter

Melt chips, whipping cream and butter in heavy pan over low heat, stirring occasionally.

Whisk in pb until blended.

Pour into a pie pan or dish.  Refrigerate until fudgey and a little soft.  About 1 hour. 

Shape 1 tbsp of mixture into balls abou 1 1/4 inches.  I use a small ice cream scoop then smooth a little with my hands.

Roll the balls in pulverized peanuts, pretzels or cookie decorating candies.  Put back in fridge.  Keep refrigerated.  They freeze well.  My kids like them frozen, I let them thaw.


Do you think you could use dark chocolate for this recipe? If you can I am definitely making them, I love peanut butter and chocolate!
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 11:39 AM

Do you think you could use dark chocolate for this recipe? If you can I am definitely making them, I love peanut butter and chocolate!


Why not? All's fair in love and chocolate! :lol:

The pb might not shine thru with the stronger chocolate. You could marble some pb thru it when it is just starting to set. Hmmmm.....
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 12:02 PM

Why not? All's fair in love and chocolate! :lol:

The pb might not shine thru with the stronger chocolate. You could marble some pb thru it when it is just starting to set. Hmmmm.....


Guess I know what I'm making this weekend :)
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 05:35 PM

Do you think you could use dark chocolate for this recipe? If you can I am definitely making them, I love peanut butter and chocolate!


I pretty much use dark chocolate for everything. If it doesn't taste peanut-buttery enough you can always add some peanut butter oil for flavor. I have a local baking supply store that sells it and lots of other interesting flavors but I'm sure it's available online too and isn't any more expensive than good vanilla.
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