When Alejandra Ramos went on a trip to Mexico she tasted the most amazing mole which she now recreates with a peanut butter twist. In this recipe she shows Caroline Wright how to make a mole sauce made with tomatoes, cocoa powder, espresso, cinnamon, cumin, and honey. The sauce gets its chili pepper kick from The Heat Is On peanut butter. Simmered in the mole sauce, the chicken thighs and drumsticks become tender and are full of flavor. Serve this dish with rice garnished with chopped salted peanuts – it enhances the dish’s nutty flavor.
Poke cakes are one of those fantastic desserts that are deceptively easy – The filled pokes make it look fancy, but the process is totally simple! For this variation, I made a from-scratch chocolate cake, then filled it with the absolutely sinful White Chocolate Wonderful peanut butter to create one seriously show-stopping treat.
This is a really fun recipe to bake – who doesn’t love playing with their food? – and it’s easily customizable, too. Swap out the chocolate frosting for vanilla, top with crushed peanuts, drizzle with fudge, whatever! It’s playful and delicious, which is actually how all desserts should be.
Irish soda bread is a classic St. Patrick’s Day treat, but the flavor can sometimes be a bit lackluster. So to amp up this old-fashioned recipe into something completely delectable, I knew exactly what it needed – Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter! By incorporating peanut butter chunks into a traditional soda bread dough, the result is a deliciously sweet loaf that has the authentic crumbly texture and malty taste of Irish soda bread, but with luscious swirls of dark chocolate peanut butter. So break out your Irish jig, and get baking! This bread is definitely worth dancing over.
Scouting something sweet to eat that has plenty of nostalgia? Look no further than this homemade Girl Scout cookies recipe for Do-Si-Dos®.
The cellophane-wrapped version has nothing on these delightful sandwich cookies. They start with easy drop cookies featuring Smooth Operator peanut butter and a generous helping of oats, which come together quickly and boast a delicious, salty-sweet, nutty flavor. While the cookies are good enough to eat as-is, they get even better (and become downright addictive) when sandwiched together with a rich, lightly salted Smooth Operator buttercream.
Ready to win your merit badge for deliciousness? It’s time to whip up a batch of homemade Tagalongs® cookies. Inspired by the beloved Girl Scout cookie (also known in some parts as Peanut Butter Patties®), these cookies start with a tender shortbread base, which is then piled high with a sweet Smooth Operator filling and then completely enrobed in chocolate.
Once finished, the cookies might look like jumbo chocolate truffles from the outside, but one bite reveals the magical mélange of cookie and peanut butter contained within. Go ahead, serve them to all of your friends: you’re bound to bring on some sweet nostalgia and satisfy some serious sweet tooth cravings!
An easy no-bake recipe with layers for graham crackers and a creamy peanut butter and pumpkin mixture. Topped with an easy white chocolate ganache, this tasty dessert is perfect to make for any occasion.
These cookies are soft, rich chocolate shortbread cookie filled with a delicious peanut butter frosting making these cookies a peanut butter lovers dream. These cookies take double stuffed to a whole new level and they’re perfect with a glass of cold milk, or a hot cup of coffee.
These sandwich cookies are for true peanut butter lovers with peanutty goodness packed into every layer. Two peanut butter cookies are spread with a dark chocolate peanut butter icing, then sprinkled with chopped salted peanuts before being squished together into sandwich cookie perfection. The combination is irresistible: crispy, creamy, crunchy, and sweet with a hint of savory from the chopped peanuts. You need to trust me on this, they’re even better than they sound.