Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Brownies

After the Twix Brownies, how could we not, really?  Twix is still my favorite, but these are pretty high on the list.

I actually split my brownie mix between two pans and tried these two separate ways- topped with Reeses before baking, and topped with Reeses right after baking.  EVERYONE went for the brownies topped post-baking, but tasting them blind- the baked-in version won every time.  So you really have to decide if you want pretty brownies or yummy brownies.  Unless you feel like compromising and doing both that is...

This is one of my anti-recipes.  Like there really is no recipe.  There's just a method. But I'll share it with you anyways. First chop up a bunch of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. Maybe 10 or 16.  I don't care how many.

Your garbage can should look like this:

Whip up a brownie mix according to package instructions.  (You know I'm gonna say Betty Crocker Fudge Brownies- red box.  They're magical.)

Pour batter into a pan and top with Reeses chunks.
Bake according to package instructions.  Chill in freezer until very cool before cutting.  Return to room temperature before eating.

Bake brownies according to package instructions without addition of delicious chocolate peanut butter candies.  When done, remove from the oven, and immediately top with Reeses chunks.  Allow to melt for a few minutes, then chill in freezer until very cool before cutting.  Return to room temperature before eating.

These do not keep well.  They tend to dry out much faster than regular brownies so I recommend eating them day-of for maximum deliciousness.
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Joel and Becky said...

Yum, yum, yum!!!!!!!!!!!!! Those are delicious!!! If I haven't told you are a genius!! :)

Unknown said...

Yup!..these look darn good! My hubby says his mouth is watering from the picture! (lol)

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