Yule Log cakes are a classic Christmas dessert that’s as beautiful to showcase as it is fun to eat. This variation marries traditional chocolate sponge cake with a White Chocolate Wonderful mousse filling to create a stunning holiday treat bursting with sweet, salty, peanut butter flavor. A great recipe for bakers who like a challenge, don’t forget to be creative with your decorating! Style your cake by mimicking a log in snow (powdered sugar) surrounded by fresh garland (rosemary) and berries (cranberry) for a festive and imaginative touch everyone will adore.
What’s even better than a skillet cookie? One that’s STUFFED with White Chocolate Wonderful Peanut Butter! This delightful cookie is easy for novices and tenured bakers alike, so there’s no excuse not to make it. Giant chocolate chunks make this extra fun, and nothing beats the one-two ease of baking in a skillet – Less clean-up, and it looks outstanding! Top this with vanilla ice cream, drizzled peanut butter, and chocolate syrup, then dig in.
These cookies are a hazelnut spin on a classic peanut butter favorite; they’re a little more elegant with the flavor of hazelnut, and a little more grown-up with the addition of a crunchy layer of salted caramel brownie brittle crust.
If you’re looking for a fun and festive cookie to surprise the kiddos (and kids at heart) at your next holiday party, these Peanut Butter Reindeer Cookies are it! They whip up in about an hour from start-to-finish, and are absolutely adorable. I like to make these cookies on the smaller side using 1 tablespoon of dough per cookie, Snack Factory® Pretzel Crisps® Original Gluten Free Minis for antlers, chocolate pearls or mini chocolate chips for eyes, and mini red M&Ms for noses. If you prefer bigger cookies, you can use 2 tablespoons of dough per cookie, regular-sized Pretzel Crisps® for antlers, regular chocolate chips for eyes, and red peanut M&Ms for noses (and slightly adjust the cooking time if they need another minute or so in the oven). Either way, these cookies are sure to be the cutest addition to your cookie platter!
This is the first and last peanut butter fudge recipe you’ll ever need. I know that’s a big claim, but make it for yourself and decide for yourself! It whips up in just 30 minutes without any crazy hard-to-find ingredients, and it literally melts in your mouth. Pretzels add crunch factor, and a ridiculously easy two-ingredient chocolate ganache goes on top to not only add flavor, but also to make it look deceptively fancy. Bring this to any party and it will no doubt be the star of the show – be ready for people to ask you for the recipe!
Truffles are always so much fun to bring to a party or serve for dessert. You’ll hear endless ooohs and aaahs, and it’ll be our little secret that these beauties can be whipped up in 30 minutes using just three ingredients! They’re rich and decadent, sort-of like a slightly more grown-up spin on chocolate peanut butter cups, and they’re a hit with kiddos and adults alike. You can also keep a stash of them in the fridge for anytime a chocolate craving strikes.
French Toast is delicious all on it’s own, but it gets even better when you use it to create a sandwich stuffed with Chocmeister milk chocolate hazelnut spread! In this simple, family-friendly recipe you prepare classic French toast, then smother two slices with Chocmeister! Top with cinnamon sugar, and before you know it you’ve made an outrageously tasty breakfast that everyone will be clamoring for.