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Very yummy! I didn't use baking squares of chocolate, but with a little detective work I figured out each square is equal to one ounce. I also used natural crunchy peanut butter since that is what we have in the house, and it worked fine. Two of us shared a (heart shaped!) ramekin, instead of turning it out onto a plate. If you love peanut butter and chocolate together, this one's for you!
What's not to love about chocolate and peanut butter together. So delicious. The recipe was reduced to one wonderful cake which DH and I shared on a single plate. I followed Maito and used 1 oz of semi sweet chocolate chips. The cake was dusted lightly with confectioner's sugar at serving. Made for Aussie Swap.
This did not turn out good at all. Cake had absolutely no taste.
Amazing! Easy and delicious.
WOW!! These are SOOOOO good and unbelievably EASY! They taste like something you slaved over, when really it takes about a half hour to make including cooking time. Thank you so much for a FABULOUS recipe!!
These were terrific! They were devoured and everyone wanted seconds :)
Although I cooked them 1 minute too long, they unfortunately got a little over-browned.... and They didn't quite come out of the jumbo muffin tins that we used too easily........ *These are YUM delicious* & we licked our plates clean! Thanks so very much for posting! as Buddha's favorite candy bar is a Reese's PB cup, these went over HUGE! :)
This are sweet and rich and to die for!! Simple to make and sooo good. Is you like chocolate and peanut butter try these!