Sometimes it’s fun to recreate nostalgic treats. You know, the fun cookies, cakes, and candies that you used to love to get at the store as a kid on special occasions? New memories are formed and old are remembered when you get into the kitchen and whip together some of your favorites. These Homemade Peanut Butter Mallomars are a variation of the Mallomars you may have picked up down the cookie aisle back in the day. However, these are made (dare I say?) even better with the help of peanut butter! With a peanut butter cookie instead of the traditional shortbread you’ve got a fun twist on an old favorite!
Recipes Posted by Yvonne Feld:
If you haven’t had a mug cake before I almost hesitate to share this with you. Only because once you see how easy these are to make at any given moment – you may just want to make them… at ALL the given moments. Mug cakes are SO easy and require so few ingredients you are just about guaranteed to have everything you need in your cupboard at all times. I’ve given you two options to make but possibilities are endless. Both equally delicious and both super simple. Peanut Butter & Co. nut butters are excellent in these tiny desserts. Great for kids and adults alike!
Did you know you can make cookie bars in a slow cooker? I was so excited to learn how versatile my slow cooker is with making desserts. In fact, I threw everything together before church and when I came home my kitchen smelled wonderfully of the most delicious peanut butter sweet treat. This method is especially great if you’re wanting to keep your oven free for other parts of your meal but want to have a warm dessert ready right after dinner. Want to make the cookie bars even better? Top them with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. YUM!
Fondue is one of my favorite desserts. There’s just something about sitting around a fondue pot with your family or close friends and enjoying a sweet treat together. You can customize the dippers to accommodate everyone’s favorite tastes. From strawberries and bananas to graham crackers, pretzels, marshmallows and even pound cake or rice crispy treats!
If you love chocolate then you are surely going to love these cupcakes. The Chocmeister Milk Chocolatey Hazelnut Spread is phenomenal in this recipe. There’s a hint in the cupcakes themselves, but the real star is the Chocmeister Buttercream. You’ll want to keep a tight grip on the beaters that whip up the frosting because everyone will be begging for it. Sometimes you want a decadent dessert that can be made at home. This is the dessert for you. You don’t have to worry about leftovers – they’ll be snatched up without a question.
A delicious swirl of Bestie Almond & Cashew butter makes these brownies both decadent and divine. The almond & cashew butter and chocolate marries together so well you’ll think they couldn’t possibly live apart. These brownies are thick, fudgy, and best served warm out of the oven with a scoop of ice cream topped with a warm Bestie Almond & Cashew butter drizzle. Great for birthday parties, work parties, family parties and more. Everyone will be begging you for the recipe, and will be pleasantly surprised at how simple this elegant treat is to prepare.
This is my variation of the ‘fluffernutter’ which is a sandwich made with peanut butter and marshmallow fluff usually served on white bread. I decided to make almond & cashew butter cookies and sandwich them with marshmallow cream in the center. Hello delicious! The cookies are so soft and the marshmallow cream is so smooth – it’s like the s’mores cousin.
Waffles are one of the best ways to start your morning. They are filling, flavorful, and quick to whip together. Pumpkin lovers unite with these delicious Peanut Butter Pumpkin Waffles made with Peanut Butter & Co. Pumpkin Spice a tasty seasonal peanut butter that can make any of your fav p.b. recipes festively ‘fall’. The other nice thing about these waffles is that they are made with almond flour which makes them gluten free! Whether you’re gluten intolerant or not, these babies are great for any diets. They are delicious – especially topped with the Maple Peanut Butter Pumpkin Spice Syrup!
The great thing about smoothies is how easy they are. My favorite are ones that a) have only a handful of ingredients and b) have common ingredients that I almost always have on hand. This recipe satisfies both of those requirements. If you haven’t gotten your hands on the Peanut Butter & Co. Pumpkin Spice you must do so immediately. It’s absolutely divine and the perfect addition to anything you love traditional peanut butter on. As a bonus, there’s a fun spin with the addition of the delicious […]
I’m generally more of a brownie than a blondie fan. Until I had this recipe. Then my entire view on blondies changed. These are hands down one of my favorite desserts I’ve made. That’s saying something, as I’ve made my fair share of desserts. Bestie makes these nutty bars mouth-watering delicious. With the addition of chopped nuts you’ll definitely not want to be left alone with the pan of these fresh out of the oven (if you’re anything like me). Bake up a batch of these for your next party and if you’re really feeling generous serve them with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream for a next level out of this world treat!
It’s true when they say that some sandwiches are just more fun to eat without the crust. Do they say that? I’ll say that! These three sandwiches are all different and all equally delicious. Perfect for children and adults alike. Create a sandwich bar and allow everyone to make their favorite version. I’ve given you three varieties to start with, but there are many more options that would also be fun to try. With whole wheat bread and all natural peanut butter these crustless sandwiches are a great lunch option any day of the week!
This pie starts with a chocolate cookie crust and then followed by two decadent chocolate layers and finalized with a light and creamy whipped cream cheese topping. Put it all together and you’ve got a killer dessert that will make your heart skip a beat! The prep and freezer time is worth every minute, hang in there and call over reinforcements. You’ll need friends to help take this off your hands (otherwise, prepare to eat it all yourself). It’s that good!