I was at a "Ladies' Coffee" and one of the hostesses made these amazing peanut butter brownies. I asked her for the recipe and she was kind enough to share it with me. She said it originally had come from an issue of Bon Appetit magazine. She cut these into 25 very tiny cubes,because they are quite rich. You can cut them as large or small as you like- I generally get 16 small brownies out of one batch.
These silky, satiny shortbread cookies are out of this world! I made a batch today and I am fearing for my children, because I don't think there will be any left! Make sure that the butter is very well blended in before you mix in the peanut butter cups, as it will affect the texture of the cookie if you have big chunks of butter.
I'm afraid to step on the scale since I started making these. They are really rich but so yummy!I got this recipe from "Forever Summer" by Nigella Lawson, and adapted it to the way I cook (simplified it!) This is my first submission! Hope you like it!
Be a nut and putter your bumpkins. Have your own pumpkin patch right in your kitchen. After reading Melanie's helpful review, I thought it best to emphasize that you should add sugar to the dough until it is very stiff and leave it at that.
This was another of my submissions for this years National Peanut Festival recipe contest. Unfortunately, this one didn't win anything, but it's still a tasty easy recipe. *Note, make sure you bake the crust part long enough...my first batch I didn't, and it came out very doughy tasting.