If you’re looking for decadent, dessert-style pancakes for a special occasion brunch or even dessert, these are a must-try! I’m always tempted to order things like Peanut Butter Cup Pancakes or Ice Cream Sundae Pancakes when I see them on a menu, but these Chocolate Hazelnut Pancakes are easy enough to make at home, come together in under 30 minutes, and rival anything you’d get at a restaurant. When serving, you could also add a handful of chopped toasted hazelnuts on top to highlight the flavor of hazelnut.
Peanut butter + chocolate + donuts = delicious.
While I’m not technically a mathematician, I feel fairly certain that the above equation and the below recipe will tickle your taste buds. Starting with the basic format of a Boston Cream Donut, these sweet specimens are filled with a peanut butter cream filling instead of custard, resulting in a singularly delicious finished product.
The creamy peanut butter filling is the perfect texture and flavor complement to the airy yeast-raised donuts. The chocolate topping unites both of these elements and makes these donuts truly memorable.
Oh, and by the way, these donuts just so happen to be vegan. So if you avoid animal products, you can break into a happy dance right this instant; even if you’re not vegan, there’s no doubt that you will rejoice once you’ve sampled the rich, full-bodied flavor of these donut delights.
Dark chocolate peanut butter protein pancakes drizzled with Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter, Smooth Operator peanut butter, peanuts, and chocolate chips makes for a delicious stack of pancakes.
This dense and smooth chocolate peanut butter acai bowl is packed full of nutrients. It has all kinds of vitamins thanks to the superfood acai and mixed berries. You really can’t beat this combination of sweet fruit and chocolate mixed with creamy peanut butter.
File under “weird, a little wacky, but absolutely wonderful”: today, we’re going to make egg rolls filled with peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough.
It’s possible that you’ve never even considered the possibility that egg rolls could be anything other than savory. But truthfully, the wrappers themselves are completely neutral in flavor: it’s the frequent fillings (cabbage, pork) that give them a reputation for a savory snack. But here, we’re going to challenge that reputation with some sweet fusion food: crispy, crunchy egg rolls filled with ooey, gooey peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough.
Featuring Peanut Butter and Co. Smooth Operator, the dough is full of flavor, and it’s set off by the rich, oil-fried shell which adds a pleasing crunch. One bite of these unique egg rolls and you’ll be in love!
Everyone knows that milk and cookies is a killer combo, but until recently, they were two separate entities: milk in its cup, cookie in hand. The idea for cookie cup shooters was popularized by Dominque Ansel, who developed the “chocolate chip cookie milk shot” following the crazy popularity of another of his creations, the Cronut.
This version takes the concept of a cookie cup to new levels of deliciousness and peanut butter delight. A peanut butter cookie “cup” is made using Peanut Butter & Co. Smooth Operator for a rich, nutty flavor. It’s perfectly complemented by an inner lining of creamy milk chocolate, which acts as a sort of seal so that milk can be poured into these delectable vessels. You start by drinking the milk, then you enjoy the leftover cup, which is slightly softened from the milk. It makes for a fun and absolutely addictive snack experience!
It’s not the holidays without some gingerbread, so why not skip the cookies and make a cake! This gingerbread bundt cake relies on a classic gingerbread recipe that’s easy for any skill level, with a result that’s crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, and bursting with gingerbread flavor! But to make it even better, there’s a mouth-watering Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter glaze to smother on top. The glaze requires just four ingredients and a mere 5 minutes to put together, making it the perfect finishing touch to this traditional treat.
Everyone loves a comforting cup of cocoa, so why not make it even more delicious by adding Smooth Operator peanut butter! This hot chocolate is thick, creamy, and ready in less than 10 minutes, making it an easy treat for the whole family to enjoy. If you love chocolate peanut butter cups, then this is just like drinking one from a straw. Top your cup with whipped cream, sprinkles, marshmallows, or more peanut butter – there’s no wrong way to enjoy it!
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.
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.
Dessert doesn’t have to be a splurge to be satisfyingly delicious, and these Bestie chocolate nut butter cups are proof! Insanely easy to make with no cooking required, these nut butter cups combine dark chocolate, Bestie almond cashew butter, honey, crushed almonds and cashews, and sea salt into a perfectly portioned treat you can take on the go! Simple, fuss-free, and perfect for healthy families who love smart sweets. Store them in the freezer or fridge for long-lasting enjoyment.
My mother is crazy about French toast, raspberries and chocolate. She tended her own raspberry bush and would often use the sweet berries in breakfasts and desserts. This easy brunch dish combines the best of both worlds – chocolatey, nutty Chocmeister, fresh berries, crusty bread and a sweet, eggy custard. To finish, I’ve added an optional raspberry-red wine sauce that can be made the night before. Best of all, it’s perfect for lazy weekends. Prep the recipe overnight and then bake in the morning. Sweet and decadent, Chocmeister […]
If you have never considered putting chocolate and banana together, I highly recommend it. There is something about that sweet banana flavor mixed with decadent chocolate that makes these cookies amazing. The best part is that they are not only delicious, but they are healthy and packed full of nutrients. So go ahead, make a batch, and try to eat just one!
If you love chocolate and coffee, then you will absolutely love these mocha chocolate chip protein blondies. They are moist, dense, and have the perfect combination of chocolate and coffee. Also, they are packed full of fiber and protein thanks to the garbanzo beans and mocha protein powder.
My inspiration for these cute little pastry muffins came from my favorite coffee shop where they are always so hard to resist; that is, until I realized just how easy they are to make at home! Thanks to store-bought puff pastry, they require minimal effort and come together so quickly. Plus you can adjust them as you like to suit your own tastes! Next time I think I’m going to add a sprinkle of cinnamon to the filling as well.
Peanut butter and chocolate is that timeless flavor combination that everyone is crazy about, and here we use two kinds of chocolate – white and dark – to amp up the flavor even more. This cake is moist and tender-crumbed with a rich peanut butter aroma. Here’s a tip to ensure your cake is flavorful and tender every time: add 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice or 1/2 teaspoon apple cider vinegar to the milk and let it sit for a couple minutes before using!
Happy Ants on a Log Day! To celebrate this momentous occasion, co-created by us and our friends at Duda Farm Fresh Foods, we’ve created three unique Ants on a Log variations to go along with the classic recipe. Be sure to try all four!
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 they are a great lunch option any day of the week!
These double chocolate peanut butter cups are so much better than store bought and they are super easy to make! The best part about them is that they are much lower in sugar than a typical peanut butter cup. And, thanks to the Mighty Nut powdered peanut butter filling, they are also a lot lower in fat! Once you try one, it will be hard not to eat them all.
I am crazy about brownies. They’re chewy, chocolate and oh-so-full-of-love. Loaded with Chocmeister, two types of chocolate and toasted almonds, these Milk Chocolate Hazelnut and Almond Brownies are sweet, decadent and satisfying.
When the weather is too hot to cook but you still want a delicious and filling breakfast, these banana split overnight oats are an awesome option. Made to taste like your favorite dessert, you will wonder whether you are eating breakfast or dessert.
Oats are packed with fiber and nutrients and help keep you full. The milk and yogurt have calcium and protein. The fruit has fiber and vitamins and the chocolate, well, that is just for fun! This overnight oats recipe is drizzled with Bestie Almond & Cashew Butter instead of hot fudge or caramel for a more nutritious, yet still delicious topping.
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!
This chocolate peanut butter banana is the perfect smoothie to whip up as the weather starts to get hot. It is creamy, cold, healthy and delicious. What is better to keep your health and taste buds in check? The combination of decadent chocolate, creamy peanut butter, and sweet banana makes this smoothie truly amazing!
What’s better than cookies? Cookies stuffed with stuff, of course! These cookies are a modern masterpiece: tender, crumbly shortbread, addictive in its own right, which reveal a sweet secret when bitten into: they’re filled with Chocmeister Milk Chocolatey Hazelnut Spread! By cleverly sealing the spread within pockets of dough, these cookies bake up looking like a regular cookie, but ooze delicious chocolatey hazelnut, which adds a whole new dimension of delicious to your cookie experience. This recipe was originally inspired by a cookie I sampled at a Manhattan […]
There’s nothing like a delicious layer cake to pep up a party, especially when that cake is made with Chocmeister milk chocolate hazelnut spread! This simple recipe bakes up a rich, fudgy cake that vaguely resembles the texture of a brownie, it’s totally decadent. I used Chocmeister both in the batter and as part of the filling, so the milk chocolate hazelnut flavor is wonderfully unmistakable. Feel free to decorate this however you choose – vanilla or chocolate icing would work great! – but be sure to chill this prior to serving. Not only will the cake will cut easier, but the taste will be that much more refreshing on a hot summer day.
Chia seeds are no longer just for growing chia pets! These protein rich seeds of wonder start small but absorb up to eight times their size when immersed in liquid. Chia pudding is a fast and easy way to fill up with little prep time. Adding a sweet, salty vanilla peanut butter flavor turns this dish into a very decadent snack for any time of day — all while maintaining many essential vitamins and nutrients in their raw state.
This is a traditional chocolate sheet cake, but with a delicious peanut butter twist. Mighty Nut Chocolate powdered peanut butter in both the cake and frosting takes the cake from good to great. It’s any chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream!
Sheet cakes make the perfect dessert to feed a crowd. If you have a smaller gathering, feel free to wrap any leftovers in plastic wrap and store in the freezer for up to 1 month.
I don’t know many people who don’t love the chocolate and peanut butter combo; it’s the salty/sweet fusion that’s completely satisfying and addictive. If that’s your thing, you’ll be all over these chewy granola bars that are chock full of whole grain oats. As a complete bonus, these whip up fast and don’t require any baking!
There is no better snack than a rich chocolaty brownie with a glass of cold milk…except maybe a chocolaty peanut buttery brownie. These brownies were inspired by Alice Medrich’s celebrated recipe for Best Cocoa Brownies. They’re fudgy and moist, and pretty much everything a brownie should be. In my humble opinion, the only way to improve on that lovely recipe was to add peanut butter, which adds a nutty complexity.
Chocmeister Milk Chocolatey Hazelnut Spread. Cheesecake. Both of these things are excellent on their own, but when combined…oh, sweet delicious glory. Rich, creamy cheesecake filling is given a warm, chocolate-hazelnut scented hug in this recipe for Mini Chocmeister Cheesecake Bites, which are served atop a graham cracker-chocolate-hazelnut base. Originally inspired by a recipe created by my friend A Farmgirl’s Dabbles, I’ve adapted the recipe to include the rich chocolate-hazelnut spread not only in the filling, but in the base, and (why not) as a topping for these decadent bites. Served with a dollop of whipped cream and some chocolate on top, these are a truly addictive treat.
These bars were inspired by my mother, Mary, who is crazy about anything with raspberry and chocolate. Growing up in Kearney, Nebraska she had her own raspberry bush and my fondest memories of spring were plucking berries right off the bush. Nothing goes better with raspberries and peanut butter than chocolate, so here I’ve used both Peanut Butter & Co.’s Dark Chocolate Dreams and White Chocolate Wonderful. A little sinful and decadent, these no bake bars are to-die-for.
There’s something incredibly comforting about these easy-to-make, no-bake peanut butter bars. I remember eating these as a child after school with a big glass of milk to wash them down.
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.
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!
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.
Simple and delicious chocolate rum balls made with dark chocolate peanut butter make a festive treat for any occasion! Prep time: 25 minutes Cook Time: 40-45 minutes Total time: 1 hour and 10 minutes Yield: 24 balls Ingredients 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup unsalted butter, room temperature 1 cup sugar 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3/4 cup Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter 1/4 cup rum 1/3 cup turbinado or sanding sugar Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray an 8×8-inch baking dish […]
My favorite Thanksgiving dessert has always been my grandma’s pecan pie, and it’s a running family joke that I’m always first in line for a slice. But having this special treat once a year just isn’t enough, so I decided to make my own version of pecan pie with a little something extra – Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter! This wonderfully sinful addition creates the most velvety, insanely rich filling, and the flavor combination of pecans + peanuts only adds to the tasty appeal. And best of all? This recipe couldn’t be simpler! A premade crust, 10 ingredients, a few stirs, and barely a hour in the oven is all it takes before you’ll be diving in fork first.
When my friends from Peanut Butter & Co. reached out with this fun idea for a Thanksgiving pie, I couldn’t resist. To be honest, I hadn’t heard of a stack pie before – but I thought this show-stopper was perfect for the holidays (and their delicious peanut butter). So, I bent my usual rules and picked up a few pre-made crusts (knowing how Thanksgiving baking can be daunting enough, especially when this pie is truly three pies in one) and never looked back. With a common base of a chess pie whipped up in the blender that is divided among three bowls of warmed peanut butter, this pie remains simple to put together. It serves a crowd and is worth the effort: a true centerpiece dessert that is an ode to peanut butter and my friends.
Peanut butter and chocolate are a match made in heaven. And now, they’re the pairing that makes an absolutely perfect peanut butter chocolate cream pie.
While at first glance, this might look like a traditional chocolate cream pie, it has a sweet secret: the chocolate is bookended by peanut butter both above and below. Hidden under the layer of rich, homemade chocolate pudding filling, there’s a thick layer of White Chocolate Wonderful peanut butter ganache. But that’s not all: on top of the filling, the whipped cream is fortified with a healthy serving of White Chocolate Wonderful, too. The contrast of peanut butter and chocolate layers not only makes for a lovely-looking pie to slice into, but for a truly memorable dessert experience.
This pie is like the love child of a classic chocolate cream pie and a peanut butter cup, and once you try it this way, you may never go back!
Yes, this is a pumpkin pie. But it’s not like any you’ve ever tasted.
This pie starts with a thick graham cracker crust–thicker than on a typical pie, which gives it a unique texture and crunch. But it’s what’s on top that makes the pie really special: a unique mixture of sweetened condensed milk, pumpkin puree, and Peanut Butter and Co. Pumpkin Spice peanut butter. The creamy, sweet milk and mellow pumpkin are beautifully matched by the rich, roasted taste of the perfectly fall-flavored pumpkin peanut butter, and the mixture bakes up into a custard-like mixture which is firm enough to cut, but soft enough to taste ethereal in the mouth.
But the pleasure doesn’t stop there: the pie is finished off with a rich layer of chocolate ganache, which offers a flavor contrast which complements rather than competes with the creamy filling.
This is a fine pie indeed, and a delicious alternative to the classic pumpkin pie.
These classic candy-crowned cookies are as fun to eat as they are to bake. With just a handful of simple ingredients and a little bit of time, you’re on your way to having deliciously chewy and chocolaty treats!
This amazing dessert is packed with the delicious flavor of white chocolate from both white chocolate chips and White Chocolate Wonderful peanut butter. Even those without a sweet tooth will gobble up this fantastic creation!
Challah is a great bread to make for first time yeast bread bakers, and the addition of Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter makes this version even tastier! Braiding the dough may seem daunting, but it’s actually super fun and easy. Also, leftover slices of challah are perfect for making French toast!
Impress your guests with this beautiful and decadent crepe cake from our Dark Chocolate Dreams cookbook! Two dozen delectable crepes are piled high with a mouthwatering whipped Dark Chocolate Dreams filling spread between each one. This dessert is perfect for parties!
Do you ever find yourself craving a bite of something salty, sweet, and just a little bit sinful? Well this right here is your answer! These fluffernutter sandwiches are the perfect mouthful for your sweet and savory cravings, with a delicious peanut butter and marshmallow filling, decadent dark chocolate coating, and crumbled bacon topping that’s impossible to resist! Seriously, I dare you to eat just one.
Learn how to make a loaded homemade version of the quintessential on-the-go breakfast! These granola bars are packed to the brim with yummy ingredients like peanuts, dried cherries, and chocolate chips, and you can add in any of your own favorites as well. They’re also a great treat to pack for school lunches!
I’ve been playing around with gluten free baked goods a lot lately, and while it’s a little different from baking with regular wheat flour, it’s just as fun!
I created this recipe from the gluten free muffin base recipe I’ve been perfecting. To create a mocha flavor, I added a little bit of espresso powder, cocoa powder, and Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter. Together, those three ingredients add so much flavor to this basic muffin recipe.
These Gluten Free Peanut Butter Mocha Muffins are so soft, light, and indulgent! They also take less than 30 minutes to prepare, start to finish.
Get double the peanut buttery flavor with these delicious peanut butter sandwich cookies. The smooth ganache filling is made with Dark Chocolate Dreams and Smooth Operator goes right into the cookie dough to ensure that every bite is a chocolaty, nutty delight!
Perfecting a fudge recipe is tricky. There’s quite a bit of trial-and-error involved. But once you have a good recipe that you know how to make well, you’re practically set for life.
This chocolate peanut butter fudge uses only three simple (and healthy!) ingredients and is so indulgent. Peanut butter and chocolate are a flavor combination made in heaven, and this fudge is so melt-in-your-mouth delicious!
Whether you’re looking for a dessert to serve at a holiday party or just want to devour something indulgent, this 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge is sure to please!
No one likes to turn on the oven on a hot summer day, so why not make this no bake cheesecake instead? This dessert is just as creamy and delectable as the traditional version. Plus, it’s loaded with everyone’s favorite flavor combination: peanut butter and chocolate! Prep time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 0 minutes Total time: 15 minutes + 4 hours chill time Yield: 10-12 servings Ingredients 1/2 (9-ounce) sleeve chocolate wafers (about 25 cookies) 4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) unsalted butter, melted 1 1/4 cups sugar, divided 1/4 […]
These delicious blondies are the perfect dessert for any party! Nutty, buttery, and chocolatey, they’re sure to please even the pickiest of palates. Best of all, the whole recipe uses only one bowl and one pan, and takes just 35 minutes to make!
This has got to be my favorite way to eat a s’more! This recipe tastes exactly like everyone’s favorite summer treat made into a no bake dessert. The addition of the Smooth Operator peanut butter is brilliant because everyone loves the taste of chocolate and peanut butter together. Make this your new go-to summer dessert!
These easy no-bake cookies are both healthy and delicious, with loads of good-for-you ingredients like rolled oats, dried fruits, peanuts and coconut. (Oh okay, and some chocolate chips, too… but isn’t dark chocolate supposed to be good for you?)
The recipe is also really easy to customize based on your preferences. Use your favorite Peanut Butter and Co. flavor, and pair it up with your favorite combination of dried fruits – think Cinnamon Raisin Swirl with golden raisins and dried currants, or Dark Chocolate Dreams with dried cherries and cranberries.
This is a twist on the classic mud cake — topped with marshmallows, butter toffee peanuts, and drizzled with Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter. This cake is moist, dense, rich, not too sweet; and it goes nicely with the soft, warm, gooey sweetness of the marshmallows. The melted dark chocolate peanut butter and the crunch of the butter toffee peanuts take this cake to a whole new level of deliciousness.
The awesome combination of chocolate and peanut butter comes together in this recipe for delectable brownies dolloped and swirled with creamy peanut butter. The batter for these easy-to-make treats only takes 20 minutes to make!
Champagne and chocolate are the theme of this clever Mother’s Day dessert. But there’s no real bubbly in this dessert–these champagne “coupes” are actually molded from a mouthwatering mixture of peanut butter and white chocolate!
Even though they’re almost like a cross between chocolate chip cookies and brownies, blondies are unique in their own right. They should be rich – dense instead of light and cakey – and as far as mix-ins go, the sky’s the limit. Here I went with a peanut butter base for the batter, mixed in chocolate chunks and butter toffee peanuts, and topped it with pretzels and more peanuts. The resulting blondies are rich and gooey, sweet and salty, and completely irresistible.
Jazz up your fruit with this delicious and easy to make chocolate peanut butter dip. This dip makes for a perfect afternoon snack with everyone’s favorite flavors of peanut butter and chocolate. It’s also a great dip for a party because you can make it ahead of time and when you’re ready to serve it just slice up some apples, strawberries, or oranges for a delicious, healthy snack.
These easy-to-make candy eggs will make any egg hunt or Easter basket extra special! Our white chocolate peanut butter filling pairs deliciously with the dark chocolate shell, and the rainbow sprinkles inside add a nice touch of texture and color.
These yummy bars are made with ingredients that everyone loves! Combining graham crackers, peanut butter, coconut, and chocolate chips, our Magic Bars will be a hit with your friends, family, and anyone else who gets a taste!
This is comfort food at its best. Don’t let the long cook time or the extensive list of ingredients put you off – dish comes together fairly quickly, and spends the rest of the afternoon simmering away on the stovetop, yielding meltingly soft beef and a complex sauce that layers roasty coffee and cocoa with smoky chipotle and rich Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter.
This is the most heavenly chocolate cupcake recipe around. It is the most requested chocolate cake recipe at Confetti Cakes, and the perfect treat for any chocaholic. The secret is using the best quality cocoa you can find. Of course, the delicious peanut butter buttercream frosting adds another level of deliciousness to the cupcake!
This is a delicious white cake with a slightly crunchy top and is the perfect texture for creating sculpted cakes such as the OH cake. Oh is the delightful and lovable alien character from DreamWorks Animation movie HOME.
The recipe only calls only for egg whites, which makes it nice and light. The cake is frosted with chocolate ganache flavored with Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter. A light cake with decadent frosting make a delicious combination!
This recipe has an entire chocolate cake and a full jar of Dark Chocolate Dreams as ingredients. What more needs to be said?
Whether it’s a backyard barbecue or a formal dinner party, a bowl of fresh berries can be the perfect finish to most any meal. This luxurious chocolate peanut butter sauce adds an over-the-top touch to an otherwise simple dessert, and the rich, sweet chocolate peanut butter perfectly accentuates the natural tartness of the fresh berries.
This rich, dense cake is best served warm a few minutes after it comes out of the oven. The center will still be soft and a little molten! I love to serve this cake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream – the contrast in flavors and temperatures make this dessert a memorable one.
Whether you call it Puppy Chow or Muddy Buddies, this dish would be just as sweet by any name. This decadent mix gets a double dose of chocolate with the combination of chocolate chips and Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter.
The perfect treat for any peanut butter and banana lover! These easy, on-the-go breakfast parfaits are filled with layers of creamy peanut butter mixed with yogurt, mashed bananas and crunchy peanuts and chocolate chips. It makes a great snack too!
I am always looking for healthy snacks to help curb my hunger between meals. These healthy peanut butter quinoa bars are the perfect snack because they are easy to make and can be eaten at home or on the go. I love the addition of the dark chocolate chips as it helps to satisfy my sweet tooth! And I like to make these on Sundays and snack on them throughout the week!
The quintessential holiday beverage gets a heaping helping of peanut butter! The eggs and peanut butter give this eggnog a creamy texture, and the use of nutmeg further evokes the spirit of the season. This drink can be made ahead and keeps well, so it’s ideal for any winter festivities you have planned!
These shortbread cookies are perfect for the holidays! Packed with mini chocolate chips and buttery flavor, this peanut butter shortbread has an indulgent salty-sweet taste you’ll love! All of the ingredients are mixed in one bowl, so it’s a great recipe for making with kids. This hearty treat is sure to please your holiday guests and also makes a yummy gift.
These gluten-free cookies are incredibly easy to make and use only one pot, so they’re great to make with kids! The tart dried cherries provide a nice contrast to the chocolate-y flavor of the cookies. Since there’s no baking involved, these tasty treats are ready to enjoy in no time!
I have a great chocolate cookie recipe that I just can’t stop messing with. My latest, and maybe greatest, variation is this peanut butter stuffed version. The outside cookie is rich and chewy, and the soft peanut butter center is a fun and delicious surprise. Make sure you have a tall glass of milk handy, and a few helpers to make sure you don’t accidentally eat them all yourself.
This week we have a tasty variation on a childhood favorite. Our French toast is generously filled with sliced bananas and Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter! This twist on the classic French toast recipe isn’t just great for breakfast, it’s perfect for dessert too! This recipe only takes 20 minutes to prepare, so why not make this fuss-free dish for a weekend breakfast or brunch and have more time to enjoy with family or friends?
Everyone knows that chocolate, bananas, and peanut butter are a delicious mix. It’s really no surprise that when tucked inside a fresh-off-the-pan crepe that an absolutely mouthwatering dish is the result. Top with warm Dark Chocolate Dreams drizzle on top for extra oomph.
Peanut butter and chocolate is a winning combination in any recipe, especially when it comes to frosted cupcakes. This week we make delectable chocolate cupcakes and top them with Smooth Operator peanut butter frosting. This recipe yields exactly a dozen cupcakes, so it’s perfect for gatherings. These quick and easy cupcakes make a delicious pick me up or dessert any time of the year! Prep time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 20-25 minutes Total time: 40 minutes Yield: 12 cupcakes Ingredients 3/4 cup sugar 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 […]
Learn how to make homemade peanut butter cups with just 3 ingredients – chocolate, PB, and sea salt! We’re using White Chocolate Wonderful peanut butter but you can use your favorite flavor and they’ll come out just as delicious.
Taken straight from the menu of the New York City-based Peanut Butter & Co. Sandwich Shop, this cool and creamy treat has a chocolate-covered chocolate cookie crust and a rich peanut butter cream filling.
Peanut butter chips, chocolate chips, and chopped peanuts top this nutty, salty, and sweet pie. What more could a chocolate peanut butter lover possibly want?
We’ve found peanut butter heaven and it lies smack in the middle of these cakey whoopie pies.
Since whoopie pies are basically the definition of dessert perfection it only makes sense that adding a dose of peanut butter to the buttercream filling would be a wise decision. Seriously, peanut butter and chocolate – you can’t go wrong here.
Cool off this summer with peanut butter ice pops. Caroline’s four easy recipes can be made in 5 minutes or less. This one blends together chocolate peanut butter with milk!
Forget 50 shades of grey. Four shades of peanut butter are far more tantalizing. Especially when they make up the layers on a delicious peanut butter ombré cake. Not only is it delicious, but you’re not going to get embarrassed if your boss or your grandma see you carrying this baby around.
To the uninitiated: ombré refers to a shaded or graduated tone of color. It’s a trend that has taken fashion by storm as clothing prints and even a hair dye method. But bakers have caught on to the trend bigtime, bringing ombré to the world of cakes and pastry.
This cake is a tasty nod to the trend, using peanut butter in various amounts and flavors to create an ombré effect. Surprisingly easy to make, this cake is rich in peanut butter flavor, and big on the “wow” factor when sliced into.
This parfait is layered with two puddings made from scratch, chocolate and peanut butter, the most delectable flavor duo ever bestowed upon desserts.
Top with some crème fraiche and chopped peanuts for an impressive dessert that’s easy to make! The parfaits’ elegant presentation makes them a great dessert choice for parties or special dinners.
As I was brainstorming recipes for Fathers Day I knew two foods that had to be involved, peanut butter and chocolate. The combo never, ever, disappoints.
Plus, my dad loves this combination, so it just seemed fitting for Fathers Day.
Since the weather is finally turning warmer, the thought of turning on the oven is just no fun. Thus, a frozen chocolate peanut butter pie seemed like just the right answer for a delicious Fathers Day dessert this year. It’s super easy to make and everyone will go wild for it.
So here is how you make it.
Everyone knows that chocolate and peanut butter are the very best of friends, which is what makes Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter so irresistibly delicious.
Here, I’ve used it as the base for a super-rich, super-chocolatey, super-smooth ice cream. It’s a great summertime treat all on its own, and it’s doubly good when sandwiched between two thin layers of gooey-soft brownie.
Banoffee Pie is a favourite traditional dessert in the UK. Already quite an evilly delicious dessert as it is, here is an updated version of it with a whole new twist – chocolate peanut butter! One bite and you’ll never look back.
These simple stir-together cookies are made in a flash and are great for any occasion. Since Thursday, May 15 is National Chocolate Chip Cookie day we thought we’d add our own little peanut butter touch to celebrate the holiday.
In this recipe we pay homage to the chocolate chip cookie by adding creamy peanut butter deliciousness to the dough to make an American favorite even tastier!
Make the cookies and celebrate the holiday this Thursday!
Dreaming of a healthy and rich chocolate, peanut butter and coconut smoothie? Don’t let these flavors fool you into believing this is a high-sugar drink. It’s protein-rich because of the chia seeds and peanut butter, and it’s full of potassium because of the banana. And, with all the unlimited health benefits of coconuts being touted by nutritionists, this is a drink where dark chocolate dreams do come true.
Growing up, no-bake chocolate cookies were a staple in my house. I loved them because they were fast, easy, and required little precision. It was the first recipe I learned to master.
These little cookies are a take on our family recipe, with the variation of shaping them into nests and filling them with egg-shaped candy for Easter. I also added some crunchy chow mein noodles, which do a great job resembling twigs. It may sound like an odd addition but they have virtually no flavor of their own, and the little crunch they give the cookies is an extra bonus.
Peanut butter fudge is super simple – and a must for any peanut butter lover – but adding jelly makes it a bit more fun and a perfect way to celebrate National PB&J Day!
Made with just peanut butter, jelly, confectioners’ sugar, butter, and white chocolate, this rich, yummy fudge is a pantry-ready dessert that can be whipped up last minute!
Learn how to make peanut brittle from this easy-to-follow recipe! This brittle’s been infused with Dark Chocolate Dreams which adds chocolate and peanut butter flavor to the crispy candy. You’ll never go back to plain old brittle after trying this salty, sweet, crunchy totally satisfying version.
There is nothing easier than a bark. It’s just melted chocolate and mix-ins recombined and then broken up to make a very simple and delicious festive snack. This peanut butter bark adds crushed pretzels and chopped peanuts to swirls of melted white chocolate, milk chocolate, and peanut butter.
There is nothing easier than a bark. It’s just melted chocolate and mix-ins recombined and then broken up to make a very simple and delicious festive snack. This peanut butter bark adds dried apricots and chopped peanuts to swirls of melted white chocolate mixed with peanut butter.
There is nothing easier than a bark. It’s just melted chocolate and mix-ins recombined and then broken up to make a very simple and delicious festive snack. This peanut butter bark adds dried cherries and chopped peanuts to swirls of melted white chocolate, dark chocolate, and peanut butter.
From our new cookbook 31 Days of Dark Chocolate Dreams comes the perfect Valentine’s Day recipe, chocolate peanut butter truffles!
Learn how to prepare the simple centers then coat the chocolate shell in anything you want. From peanuts and cocoa powder to red and white sprinkles, the tasty possibilities are endless.
I make all kinds of granola bars fairly often. They get me through the workday and fuel my long runs and hikes. I love them for their convenience! Practically all of my granola bar recipes start with a really good peanut butter, like Mighty Maple. With the peanut butter, I always add wholesome healthy ingredients like oats and dried fruit.
I like my granola bars extra chewy with lots of texture. I chose raisins, peanut butter chips, and chocolate chips as my add-ins for these granola bars. And each bite is bursting with peanut butter and maple flavors. These are a new favorite snack!
I love peanut butter and chocolate – they are 2 of my favorite worlds – so why not combine them to make Triple Chocolate Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies? Yum yum! These are some of my favorite cookies, especially during the holiday season. My husband’s mother has been sending us a gift box every single year full of cookies for the past 10 years. We anxiously await these cookies because inside we know they always include Peanut Butter Blossoms. As soon as the package comes we rip it open, sit at the table and enter Peanut Butter Blossom Cookie bliss. These truly are magical!
This cake pays homage to the peanut butter-chocolate combo we all adore.
In her recipe, Alejandra Ramos uses full fat Greek yogurt for a soft, moist cake and adds a cup of coffee to to the batter which heightens the chocolate flavor of the cocoa. Topped with a crunchy peanut butter frosting and chopped nuts, one taste of this cake is a bite full of yummy.
This elegant dessert is a great dish for entertaining. The shortbread crust is like a big, giant cookie topped with a chocolate ganache made with chocolate, cream, and Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter and a layer of pomegranate arils. It’s the perfect dessert — a looker, and tastes amazing too!
In warm months, there is nothing better than a cooling treat. If ice cream is your go-to to cool off, I think you will love these popsicles. They’re healthier than ice cream and they couldn’t be easier to whip up. With two kinds of peanut butter (White Chocolate Wonderful and Dark Chocolate Dreams), they are full of peanut-y flavor, and chocolate chips are the perfect addition!
The first recipe I ever made with my new bundt cake pan was this peanut butter cake. It is so moist, soft, and bursting with peanut butter flavor. It reminds me of a giant peanut butter cookie, but in cake form. Each slice is quite dense and studded with chocolate chips. I love it finished off with a sweet chocolate glaze. Peanut butter and chocolate fans will go crazy for this!
My typical morning routine involves oatmeal and Smooth Operator peanut butter, however some days I need an extra kick of caffeine and chocolate — lots of chocolate.
Enter the Dark Chocolate Dreams Mocha Muffins! Combining chocolate, peanut butter, and coffee, I’ve created the perfect morning treat that will have you rushing to the kitchen. These are perfect for weekend visitors as you can make the entire batch in advance and then drizzle them with peanut butter the morning of.
This is the treat for those days when you just need a little extra kick of caffeine (or chocolate for that matter).
Easter Candy has come a long way. When I was young, it seemed as if it was a matter of chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and your choice of creme eggs or mini eggs in terms of treats. Then…along came the peanut butter egg. A delectable nugget of sweetened peanut butter coated in rich chocolate, it rocked my Easter basket and my world. Here’s a homemade version of a store-bought treat, made yet awesomer by incorporating peanut butter in the filling and the topping. A word of advice? If you’re creating these confections for a crowd, please make a double batch. They’re seriously that simple, that addictive, and that good.
The first time I had heard of “buckeyes” my coworker, originally from Ohio, offered me one during that mid-afternoon lull. I was drearily working away at my computer when she asked if I wanted an Ohio treat. I was immediately taken with cute little confectionary, named after the buckeye nuts that drop from Ohio buckeye tree. Like a peanut butter cup on steroids (more peanut butter to chocolate ratio!) I immediately knew that I wanted to take them up a notch by making them with The Heat is On and Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter. Sure they don’t look like the traditional buckeye, but theses sassy treats are a delight both to the eye and to the mouth.
These buckeyes aren’t the traditional buckeye candies, as they use a combination of The Heat is On and Dark Chocolate Dream peanut butter. The addition of cream cheese helps mellow out the sweetness of the candy (a trick I learned from the guys over at the Baked bakery in Brooklyn) and bind the peanut butters together. I used a little coconut oil to give the dark chocolate a nice snap as well as subtle hint of vanilla for the chocolate coating, but feel free to use butter in its place if you don’t have any coconut oil.
Millionaire’s shortbread pretty much rules. I mean, it’s shortbread, already buttery bliss all by itself, rendered awesomer by topping it with caramel and chocolate for what amounts to a triple-threat of delicious. It makes for a treat so rich you can kind of see where it gets its name.
But of course, with inflation being what it is, why stop at a million when you can have a billion? And so I present Peanut Butter Billionaire’s Shortbread, wherein two types of peanut butter is added to it and its awesome quotient is upped exponentially.
These are a variation on our favorite breakfast treat pain au chocolat, a French-inspired treat served in the boulangeries of France. In French Canada they are referred to as chocolatines and are a special treat not to be missed. This variation of mine is filled with a cream cheese and peanut butter blend that bakes up beautifully for a special way to start your day. The combination of a buttery flaky dough, peanut butter and dark chocolate, baked together and giving off a deliciously seductive aroma is completely irresistible. You can roll them in the traditional pain au chocolat shape or create a pin wheel shape as I have done here.
Growing up, my mom’s no bake cookies were one of my favorite treats. This version is based on her basic cocoa no bake cookie, but they’re bumped up a bit with some peanut butter flavor and pretzel “spider legs,” making them a perfect Halloween treat.
I’ve been making congo bars, ever since I ran across the recipe in an old cookbook years ago and my friends have been clamoring for them ever since. In fact, I can’t seem to have a gathering with any of my friends without them asking where the congo bars are.
This variation of my congo bars brings them to a new level. Full of peanut butter goodness and aromatic toasted coconut, these chocolate studded treats are sure to be a favorite around your home too.
Congo bars are basically blondies or cookie bars. Super easy to make since there’s no measuring out individual cookies, they are equally easy to eat – as my partner can attest to. In fact, he has forbidden me to make them unless we have company over, as too many of them end up being eaten by him and him alone. I prefer to use unsweetened shredded coconut in these, as the sweetened type tends to toast rather irregularly because of the sugar, but if you do use the sweetened coconut, just watch the pan carefully as you toast it and stir constantly. If you don’t have coconut oil, you can substitute melted unsalted butter, but your congo bars won’t have that elusive vanilla scented coconut flavor that the oil gives it.
Homemade pudding is something that has always intimidated me, but I finally tried it and fell in love! This salted caramel pudding is layered with a fresh vanilla whipped cream and a chocolate and peanut butter whipped cream and sprinkled with salt. If you don’t have single serving dishes, you can layer this mix in one big serving bowl.
Mother’s Day is coming and I can’t think of a better way to show my mom love than with chocolate. Smooth, creamy, and chocolaty pots de crème with an added boost of dark chocolate peanut butter! I’m pretty sure this will make up for those disastrous moments in the kitchen when I was little.
Who doesn’t love the classic flavor combination of peanut butter and chocolate?! I certainly do, and almost always have both ingredients – in multiple varieties – on hand in my pantry. Although there are instances in which a square of chocolate dipped straight into the peanut butter jar will suffice to fulfill a craving, there are other occasions which call for a more sophisticated dessert. The inspiration for these White Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups is the ubiquitous peanut butter cups, which inevitably make their way into every kid’s Halloween trick-or treat bag. Although homemade candy may not be the best thing to distribute to trick-or-treaters, these White Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups would be a fantastic addition to any Halloween party dessert spread.
Every time I made these brownies, pretty much everyone who saw them immediately had to reach for them, even if they swore they were full or they didn’t want a brownie. “No, no, I’m fine. I don’t think I want a brownie…Holy cow! I’m so taking one of those” is the usual reaction.
And let me tell you, the brownies live up to the way they look. Rich, dense and fudgy intense, these brownies marry all the best flavors of peanut butter, chocolate and caramel. A friend of mine shoved one in his mouth and then proclaimed that he was SO glad I didn’t live anywhere near him, as he would be over all the time eating my baked goods, and would be as large as a house. He then proceeded to take another one.
The recipe calls for making a caramel sauce, which isn’t as hard as it sounds, and then a brownie batter and a peanut butter batter. Though it sounds time consuming, the final product is definitely worth the bother. You and your friends will thank you for it. Make a batch or two to celebrate (or is to mourn) the end of summer!
In memory of Elvis Presley who passed away on this day back in 1977, I’ve whipped up this decadent cake which brings together a few favorite peanut butter pairings like chocolate, caramel and bananas. It’s pretty enough for a party, and for sure one Elvis would have enjoyed!
The perfect summertime treat, these popsicles are creamy and delicious without being overly sweet. They’re great for kids (and adults!) of all ages. If you don’t have popsicle molds, you can easily turn this mixture into a smoothie by adding a few handfuls of ice cubes. Whether you decide to lick or drink it, this recipe will quickly become a household favorite.The perfect summertime treat, these popsicles are creamy and delicious without being overly sweet. They’re great for kids (and adults!) of all ages. If you don’t have popsicle molds, you can easily turn this mixture into a smoothie by adding a few handfuls of ice cubes. Whether you decide to lick or drink it, this recipe will quickly become a household favorite.
So you got the grill out and you miss your peanut butter fix. (Been there!) Don’t fret—make these simple s’mores for dessert and you’ll please the whole crowd! The grill temperature for s’mores is best when the fire is dying down, so it’s the perfect way to end your meal.
There’s no better combination than chocolate and peanut butter, except maybe peanut butter and banana… this pie combines the best of both worlds. An easy pat-in crumb crust is topped with a layer of chocolate and peanut butter, which as an added bonus keeps the creamy, pudding-like filling from making the bottom of the pie soggy. Topped with whipped cream and chopped peanuts or chocolate shavings, this pie will make a good number of people very happy.
I am always game for an amazing ice-cream sundae. This is my newest favorite because it combines two of my favorite flavors – peanut butter and chocolate. To give the ice-cream extra texture I take it over the top by adding chocolate peanut butter dipped pretzels. The saltiness of the pretzel lends just the right amount of extra flavor and subtle crunch.
Oh, I’m sorry. Are you still eating regular pasta, like a jerk?
Time to get with the program: I’m talking chocolate pasta. It’s readily available online, and it’s well worth the investment.
But even an inherently perfect product like this can stand to become slightly awesomer, and so I propose Chocolate Pasta served with peanut butter cookie “meatballs” and a rich, crunchy peanut butter buttercream sauce. It may not be pretty, but it tastes like heaven on a plate. In fact, the only thing that might make it better is a thick slice of buttered pound cake on the side.
Lastly, this makes a swell April Fools’ dessert for someone or some people you love to have fun with!
These chocolate peanut butter and strawberry crepes are the perfect way to start off a weekend. And it’ll make a delicious and romantic breakfast for someone special this coming Valentine’s Day. They’re sweet without being cloying while filling enough to keep you fueled for an adventure-packed day. I used strawberries for this batch, but these would also be delicious with kiwi, banana, or if you’re really feeling crazy, all three!
Don’t worry if your first couple of crepes don’t turn out quite right, as there should be enough batter for about 14 crepes. One of the keys to good crepes is temperature; you want the pan hot enough so that you get a nice brown color, but you don’t want it so hot that it doesn’t cook all the way though. It’s also important to get just enough batter in the pan to produce a round crepe without adding so much that you end up with a pancake.
Use a thick bottomed pan to ensure your crepe browns evenly and go a little crazy with the butter for your first crepe, which will prevent all the subsequent ones from sticking to the pan.
The inspiration for this sandwich comes from my favorite flavor pairing of chocolate and fruit. In this recipe the rich chocolate peanut butter is combined with the naturally sweet pear to make a delicious toasted treat. When making this I purposely don’t go overboard with the peanut butter, only adding a thin layer to the rustic bread so that it doesn’t overwhelm the flavor of the fruit. It is a great sandwich for adults and children alike.
There’s nothing like a delicious Baby for breakfast.
I’m talking, of course, about the Dutch Baby, a dramatically puffy oven pancake with a light, souffle-like texture and delicate, sophisticated flavor. For all its fancy appearance, it couldn’t be easier to make, and is rendered even more delightful when you add a healthy dollop of rich, creamy peanut butter. While any type of creamy peanut butter will work, I say go all the way and use Dark Chocolate Dreams Peanut Butter–it adds a decidedly decadent edge to this breakfast beauty.
Nanaimo Bars are quite possibly one of the most perfect foods out there (and certainly one of Canada’s finest exports), comprised of a dense, chocolaty crust, a dreamy middle layer of custardy buttercream, and a thick slab of chocolate on top as a crowning glory. But what happens when you add peanut butter to all this awesome? What happens, friends, is that you get an indescribably rich, irresistible, salty-sweet dessert experience–the type of dessert that a chocolate peanut butter cup wishes to be when it grows up. As […]
When I was growing up, my mother had a stand-by baked good recipe that took less than an hour to prepare but always received rave reviews—graham cracker brownies. While her recipe is delicious, it features processed graham crackers, sugar-laden condensed milk, and chocolate chips. I set out to re-create this dessert with slightly healthier ingredients, substituting whole grain graham crackers, evaporated skim milk with a moderate amount of sugar, and nutrient-packed peanut butter. The result is a dessert with a cookie-like texture, sure to please anyone with a […]