Thursday, October 7, 2010

Brownies with Peanut Butter Cups




One of the many definitions of cheating are:


To mislead; fool: illusions that cheat the eye, and make your guest think you are a queen.


Sometimes your guests, they just don't need the details!

So I present to you, Brownies stuffed with Peanut Butter Cups! Stolen from other people’s thoughts, and duplicated by me.







What you need:

Brownie Mix & associated items to bake
PB Cups


DIRECTIONS

Make & Bake brownies according to the directions on box - 10 minutes before the brownies are done, press a PB Cup into the brownie. I made mine individually sized, but you could also make a large sheet.


31 comments:

Eliana said...

Hmmmmm - these have delicious written all over them.

Megan said...

You are amazing! What would it take to get you to ship one over still warm and gooey like that? Wow!

Fun and Fearless in Beantown said...

I love this blog post! I wrote about food blogger confessions today and I think this recipe would fit right in :-)

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

OH YES PLEASE - i need these in my belly!!!

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Siggy Spice said...

love it, love it, LOVE IT!!! I discovered TJ's PB cups 2 weeks ago...they are my new crush. YUMMMMM-A-LICIOUS!!!

PALATABLE said...

They really look great, love the PB topping..

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Monet said...

Simple yet delectable. Anyone would be lucky to take a bite of one of these creations. I love adding candy to my brownies, and I think that peanut butter cups were made for that very purpose! Thanks for sharing love.

Tia said...

that last picture is calling my name. Ooey, gooey... sooo good.
Secret: I've never been to a Trader Joe's! Yet another thing us Canadians are missing out on :(

Julie said...

Oh goodness, this goes against everything the diet book I checked out at the library says. But I feel rebellious!

Fashion Meets Food said...

wow looks so good.

as for the caramel apples my mum removed the skin on one and the caramel suck but the whole apple was brown.

xo

Nirmala said...
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Raina said...

Oh wow! These look awesome. I have never seen PB cups in brownies. Great idea! I love that you did them individual. Thanks for sharing them:)

scrambledhenfruit said...

Mmmm....I love the looks of that creamy peanut butter in the middle!

Jennifurla said...

Nirmala - I baked them in a muffin pan, about 3 minutes less time in the oven then called for

Kelly said...

whoa - I have to try these ASAP!

Chocolate Freckles said...

Hahahaha I'd rather fall in chocolate too!!.. isn't it just .. mmmmm no words to describe chocolate

Ingrid said...

I'm not a chocolate fan but that last photo is a killa!
~ingrid

Bridgett said...

These must have been divine!

The Cilantropist said...

Oh that peanut butter oozing out of there look sinful!

shaz said...

Oh.my.goodness. Look at that last shot, you're just toying with me now :)

Jenn said...

Oh my....that last picture......uhmmm... yea.. I'll take a dozen please!!!

SprinkleBakes said...

Yeah, that last pic... *dies*

Love it!

Sarah said...

Umm, wow. That is just too good to pass up! That lost shot has me drooling all over the keyboard!

Pam said...

Sinful and delicious!!! Love brownies and PB cups are my favorite and then you went and combined them. Way to go, Jennifurla!

Mary said...

Yum! I made something very much like this and loved it--now I may have to do it again in individual size. Thanks for the reminder!

Lisa said...

What a delicious little middle these brownies have.

Angie's Recipes said...

Jenifer, these brownies look fantastic! Love the peanut butter cups in it!

M @ Betty Crapper said...

Now this would be a great way to satisfy a chocolate craving. Great idea!

B.B.B. said...

Hi Jennifurla,
A happy day to me that I found two beautiful blogs today :)
I jumped to your blog through Micheal's blog, and simply loved you two :)
I'll be visiting here often.
Cheers from Istanbul,
Banu

Kay Heritage said...

I really did not need to see this beautiful post with yummy recipe!

Karen said...

I can't believe it never occurred to me to put a PB cup in a brownie. This is genius! And it's so easy! Thanks for the wonderful idea...I'm definitely trying this out.