October 30, 2011

Homemade Peanut Butter Cups

trick or treat peanut butter cup

And this is why I love fall.

Fall is the only time of the entire year that is practically solely devoted to food, starting with Halloween. It’s like the inaugural sugar rush to set you up for Thanksgiving and Christmas’s treats to come. A quick holiday to stretch your tummy muscles for occupying the absolute feasting of the next two months. Whoever decided to create a holiday that completely centers itself on the consumption of candy was really onto something.

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An incentive such as Halloween seems like the perfect excuse for making homemade peanut butter cups. Smooth little tidbits of chocolate filled with creamy, sugary peanut butter encapsulate all of my favorite candylicous flavors. Not to mention how simple they are to make. Requiring only a handful of everyday staples, these peanut butter cups are great for throwing together when you want a quick munchie and have already eaten all the packaged Halloween candy in your house.

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Can we just take a moment to drool over this chocolate?

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I got a few bars of Scharffen Berger on sale at the grocery store and they have been beyond amazing—so creamy and so smooth!

But, chocolate geekery aside, homemade peanut butter cups are pretty darn awesome. No doubt your house is currently filled to the brim with all shapes and sizes of candy, waiting for oodles of trick or treaters to come bang their candy-coated hands on your front door (unless you live in a neighborhood of octogenarians like I do). What I’m saying is, take a couple minutes to make a batch of these goodies just for yourself. Nothing looks worse than a grown adult wrestling the last Snickers from the hands of a tiny Batman.

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Head over to the fabulous Brown-Eyed Baker for the recipe.

14 comments:

  1. They look perfect! I love making home-made stuff and my sister loves reeses, I will make them for her

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  2. So dangerous to have a recipe for these now - they are my favourite candy!
    I sense chocolate and peanut butter stains on my apron in the very near future :)

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  3. How cool is this! I can't believe I haven't tried making these at home before. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  4. I need these! They are beautiful. Reese's isn't creamy enough! I want to make 'em so they taste like the one's from Trader Joe's. Yours look right up my alley!

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  5. Your photos are gorgeous. I've not tried making my own pb cups before, but these are going on my holiday baking/making list!

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  6. I have always wanted to make them. Your captured the essence of peanut butter cups beautifully.

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  7. Peanut butter cups are one of my favorite treats! I love the idea of making your own!!!
    These look amazing!! :)

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  8. They look beautiful! Homemade stuff is just the best... and yes, it is truly droolworthy. :D

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  9. This is absolutely fetish-worthy and I've been inspired to include it in my Friday Food Fetish blog. If you have any objections, please let me know

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  10. Hahahaha I'm loving the image of my dad wrestling a mini Batman for a Snickers... But I'm thinking he'd give it up for these. They look AMAZING. Silky smooth chocolate, and that peanut butter! Perfection. Totally digging into my Halloween stash!

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  11. You always make me laugh, Koci. I have this image of you wresting that snickers bar from a pint-sized superhero! Gorgeous photos and lovely sense of humour as always.

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  12. Treat, please! These came out just perfect! The pictures are so so good.

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  13. omg, homemade pb cups, FAB!! thanks for sharing!

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  14. This is a TREAT! :) yours is the neatest, cleanest, loveliest PB cups..

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