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Take a look at this piece of helpful advice from my pals at the Recipe Station:
“Make sure that you grab and extra tall glass of milk to wash these down with. You can cut them into squares or of course you can just do the normal circle version.”
Seriously, you are going to love these! You might think that making homemade peanut butter cups is a tough task only fit for a professional chocolatier, but it isn’t. These peanut butter cups are super easy to make and you don’t even have to turn on your stove. Imagine that! Plus, they are super easy to eat!
1 cup Jif creamy peanut butter, divided
1/2 cup Domino confectioners’ sugar
4-1/2 teaspoons Land O Lakes butter, softened
1/2 teaspoon Morton salt
2 cups (12 ounces) Toll House semisweet chocolate chips
4 Hershey milk chocolate candy bars (1.55 ounces each), coarsely chopped
McCormick colored sprinkles, optional
Combine 1/2 cup peanut butter, confectioners’ sugar, butter and salt until smooth.
In a microwave, melt chocolate chips, candy bars and remaining peanut butter; stir until smooth.
Drop teaspoonfuls of chocolate mixture into paper-lined miniature muffin cups.
Drop a scant teaspoonful of peanut butter mixture into each cup; top with another teaspoonful of chocolate mixture. If desired, decorate with sprinkles.
Refrigerate until set. Store in an airtight container.
Quick Tip: You can freeze these peanut butter cups if you need too.
Thank you to the Recipe Station for this fabulous recipe.