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  • 1 1/2 cups peanut butter (we used creamy)
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 2 bags of chocolate chips (we used semi-sweet)
  • 1-2 tablespoons coconut oil (optional)

  1. Using a food processor or a high-speed blender, add the peanut butter, powdered sugar, and salt to taste. Blend together then set aside. Place the chocolate chips and the coconut oil in a double boiler then melt.
  2. Place a single layer of chocolate at the bottom of the Kitchenatics Silicone Baking, Candy and Chocolate Molds then place in the fridge to set and harden for a few minutes. Once the chocolate hardens, take it out of the fridge then add another layer of chocolate. Use a spoon to pull the chocolate to the sides of the silicone mold cavity.
  3. Next, add in a spoonful of the peanut butter mixture into the molds then pour the rest of the chocolate on top. Place the mold in the fridge one more time and let chill for a few minutes until it hardens. Once it hardens, take the peanut butter cups out of the Kitchenatics Silicone Baking, Candy and Chocolate Molds then serve.

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Delightful and Sweet Peanut Butter Cups for All Ages

  • PREP: 30 minutes
  • COOK: 20 minutes
  • 15 Servings

Remember the movie “Meet Joe Black” where Brad Pitt loved peanut butter so much that he would spoon it from a jar and eat it? Yeah, I do that, too! Even with Nutella! I like the creamy peanut butter so much that I have it for dessert. Sometimes I spread peanut butter on bananas and snack on it.

Delightful Peanut Butter Cups

Every time my niece comes over, our bonding time is always about making chocolates. This time, we both decided to make peanut butter cups! It was actually my niece who got the idea because she loves Reese’s so much! She even suggested that we melt all the Reese’s and pour them into the silicone candy molds — what a smart kid!

Let’s Have Some Fun!

My niece is so adorable when she joins me in the kitchen! She has so many stories to tell and even talks about her classmates and their parents HAHA! I think she is turning into a little gossip like me. Anyway, she was going on and on about her classmate who gets picked up by a different car almost every day but that she doesn’t see the mommy or daddy. I’m imagining that her classmate has rich parents who are too busy traveling. I asked her if she is friends with her classmate. She said “no, coz he’s a naughty boy.” That made me sad — imagine having all the luxuries in life but your parents don’t have time for you. Made me feel sentimental and lucky that I get to spend time with my family.

Anyway, we are almost done cooking the peanut butter and chocolate. I turn off the heat and let my niece mix the chocolate. Can’t risk the little one getting burnt! She’s also turning into a little cooking enthusiast just like me and her mom! She is getting so excited now and asked for a spoon so she can taste-test the chocolate mixture!

Here’s our masterpiece recipe for Peanut Butter Cups! I hope you will enjoy it as much as we did! Don’t forget to share this with your friends, too!

What other fun cooking activities do you do with your family? Share them on the comments below.

 

  • PREP: 30 minutes
  • COOK: 20 minutes
  • 15 Servings

  • 1 1/2 cups peanut butter (we used creamy)
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 2 bags of chocolate chips (we used semi-sweet)
  • 1-2 tablespoons coconut oil (optional)

  1. Using a food processor or a high-speed blender, add the peanut butter, powdered sugar, and salt to taste. Blend together then set aside. Place the chocolate chips and the coconut oil in a double boiler then melt.
  2. Place a single layer of chocolate at the bottom of the Kitchenatics Silicone Baking, Candy and Chocolate Molds then place in the fridge to set and harden for a few minutes. Once the chocolate hardens, take it out of the fridge then add another layer of chocolate. Use a spoon to pull the chocolate to the sides of the silicone mold cavity.
  3. Next, add in a spoonful of the peanut butter mixture into the molds then pour the rest of the chocolate on top. Place the mold in the fridge one more time and let chill for a few minutes until it hardens. Once it hardens, take the peanut butter cups out of the Kitchenatics Silicone Baking, Candy and Chocolate Molds then serve.

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