It's great to come across a blog every once in a, two.. I tested two. And then he gave me one… to share. And then I stole one… but there were still lots left for him!stabilizer (to keep the oil from separating) are added. Peanut butter that, depending on preference.To melt Chocolate in the microwave, so I have to make another batch! Looking forward to trying your other recipes…thanks!
I just discovered your blog and am excited … I want to eat this way forever!, my friends! We are 4 days away from Christmas and I literally can't believe it. Time is flying by and my to-do list isn't getting any shorter! I am looking forward to spending good quality time with my husband and kids over the break so I will be posting less on Modern Honey over the next week. Thanks for all of your amazing support!I've made these before (a couple of years ago and they were great!) I want to make them again for a small gathering and would like to make them ahead. QUESTION: Will the peanut butter cups get a chocolate “bloom” if kept in the refrigerator? Can I make them ahead put them in the freezer?Reader Feedback: Have you ever tried making your own peanut butter cups? Do you plan on making any Halloween candy this year?These used to be my FAVORITE as a kid! I always wanted the reese cups in my halloween bag hah., I'm gonna omit the sugar or honey).Kisses.Hi Megan, I like the idea of making Reese's Peanut Butter bars instead of cups. That may be less time consuming and hopefully get the same delicious results as the cups. I am thinking of using extra large loaf / bread pans. And using a thicker layer of chocolate on the bottom of pan.When I made peanut butter cups at Christmas I discovered a neat shortcut. Put the chocolate in one of those condiment bottles with the pointy nozzle (I got mine at walmart for about a dollar). you can melt it in that bottle and then just squeeze it into each cup. Super fast![…] a thin caramel layer. And finally the chocolate. Homemade Reese's Peanut Butter Cups Get the Homemade Reese's Peanut Butter Cups recipe from One Good Thing By Jillee This easy recipe uses natural peanut butter for the creamy filling. The recipe is just a matter of […][…] a thin caramel layer. And finally the chocolate. Homemade Reese's Peanut Butter Cups Get the Homemade Reese's Peanut Butter Cups recipe from One Good Th
Craving more? Keep in touch on, Michel saysFirst of all…The collection of information, I was anxious to find out how she made them. She shared her secret to making copycat chocolate peanut butter cups like the ones you get in the store.Are you ready for it? Graham Cracker Crumbs! I kid you not. It creates a texture to complement to the creaminess of the peanut butter. What a genius!Store in the fridge for up to 10 days, 3/4 cup Powdered Sugar