Mini pies with a nutter butter crust and a no-bake honey roasted peanut butter cheesecake filling, topped with fresh whipped cream and sprinkled with coarsely chopped honey roasted peanuts.
I’ve been waiting and waiting to share these awesome pies with you. They are inspired by my favorite peanut butter pie of all time, a recipe I found on Cook’s Country during a year long subscription I had to their website. Continue reading “Honey Roasted Peanut Butter Mini Pies”
Inspired by the buckeye, a candy that is popular in Ohio (named because it resembles the nut of the buckeye tree). In these buckeye pretzel bites the peanut butter filling of that candy is sandwiched between two pretzels and then dipped and drizzled in dark chocolate.
These buckeye pretzel bites were the first ever small-batch treat that I developed a couple of years ago in a tiny two bedroom apartment with a squishy little kitchen. They’ve evolved over time, but I love them just as much now as I did that first time I made them.
They’re inspired by buckeye candy (which will heretofore be referred to as buckeyes, because no one I know calls them buckeye candy). Buckeyes are native to Ohio, where I actually lived for about five years when I was a teenager. I loved the place and the people. I often think about the years I spent there. It was during the time I lived there that I was introduced buckeyes. If you haven’t had one, that is so so sad. They’re a totally delectable peanut butter and chocolate treat.
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Crunchy microwave peanut butter caramel corn topped with mini peanut butter cups, and drizzled with white and dark chocolate. You wouldn’t believe how quick and easy this treat is to make!
Growing up, David and his family would make what they fondly refer to as Grandma Beth’s caramel corn. I just love her crunchy caramel corn recipe. It’s so easy to make, and it’s made 100% in the microwave (a lot of crunchy caramel corn recipes require an oven to get the popcorn crunchy). Continue reading “Peanut Butter Cup Caramel Popcorn”