Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Chocolate Peanut Butter Biscuit Cups

When I came across this recipe on Blithely Unaware, I saved it and of coarse forgot about it lol!

I haven't made it a secret that I have been craving salty sweet anything at the moment! Since I was pregnant this flavour combo was my absolute favourite, and I'm still addicted now!!! So when I saw this recipe that Mez made I had to make it!!!

Oh my I'm so glad that I did, well sort of I ate way too many of these little salty, peanuty treats!

I made them using an Anzac biscuit base found here, and adjusted it slighty. I used wholemeal flour instead of plain, and only 1/2 cup brown sugar, no lemon and only 100 grams butter.

I pressed the mixture into a 24 small cupcake sized baking tray, so they were little bite sized pieces. With the leftover mixture I made 14 Anzac biscuits.

I also had such a craving I couldn't be bothered to do the whole infuse the milk with the peanuts. So I skipped this step.....

I then baked the biscuits for about 10-13 minutes. In a 160C oven. Take them out and cool them.
Dollop a teaspoon of crunchy peanut butter in the middle of each biscuit base.

Meanwhile I warmed only 150mls cream, with 150 grams milke chocolate, to melt the chocolate. Then smother the peanut butter with chocolate. I coated them a couple times.

Then I pushed a few roasted peanuts into the top of the biscuits. And sprinkled each with a small amount of pink salt flakes.

I couldn't even wait to chill these in the fridge to try :) They were delicious. I will be making them again this week.

I may have to make these with white choc....baby hates chocolate :( 


  1. I love chocolate and nuts together!

  2. UM you are so making these for me when I come over. I LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE them.

    Soph Xx

  3. I know right Valerie, how good is the choc, peanut combo.

    No worries Sophie!! xo

  4. I adore chocolate and PB together-they are so moreish aren't they!

  5. too moreish Lorraine, it's dangerous!


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