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Peanut Butter Cup Brownies in a Jar

By: Tonia from The Gunny Sack
Peanut Butter Cup Brownies in a Jar
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After you take just one look as this easy brownie recipe, you'll never want to make normal brownies in a pan ever again. That's because Peanut Butter Cup Brownies in a Jar are far better than just a regular 'ol brownie, and not just because it's a dessert recipe in a jar. These brownies perfect the chocolate and peanut butter flavor combination, thanks in part to Reese's Peanut Butter cup chunks. If you ever have company over, whip up a batch of these. Not only will your guests appreciate eating a yummy treat, but the presentation is just adorable.


Cooking Time20 min

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What a fun recipe. Do you use the full size or fun size Reese for this recipe? I love that you put these desserts in a mason jar so that each person gets one to themselves. It makes it seem more personal when you are having an intimate party with select guests.

These would make a great dessert for in a lunch. If you dont fill them to much, you can just screw the lid on the jar and go. They would also be really cute on a buffet table at a restaurant or at an event. Just make sure that if you make them for a crowd you remember to label them for those who cannot eat peanuts. I will have to try these soon. My husband loves peanut butter and chocolate.


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