5 Reviews

No you don't have to say more, anything with peanut butter and chocolate is like heaven. These I will be making again. Very good.

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Shari2 April 11, 2002

While making it, I was a little worried there wouldn't be enough peanut butter chips and too much marshmallow creme, but they turned out very peanut buttery (that's good) and just the right amount of marshmallow-ness. Yum!

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troyh May 20, 2002

This was voted outstanding my my husband and I.... it's a fabulous mix of all our favorite flavors! Truly Heavenly. The kids merely thought it OK and never had more than one piece.

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Nickeletta February 06, 2008

I really like the peanut butter marshmallow combination in these brownies. I had to imprivise as I accidently put all the batter in the pan, forgetting to reserve 1/3 of batter for the top. So plan B: Mixed up batter for Duncan Hines brownie mix, using their pkg. directions. Then poured 1/2 of that batter over the marshmallow mixture in that same pan. Allowed 40 minutes for baking since it was that much thicker of a brownie. Tasted great. I will try again using the exact recipe so they are not so thick. Thank you for sharing.

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Cooking Mama 3 January 27, 2008

I made these to take to an all girls slumber party. They are wonderful and very easy to put together. I didnt have the peanut butter chips so I used semi-sweet chips instead and I used strong coffee in place of the milk. It didnt give a coffee flavor just helped enhance the chocolate flavor. WOW oh WOW!! Very very very good. I will make these again! The left over condensed milk was used to make a small batch of Iced Coffee.

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Kathy in Fla June 09, 2005
Chocolate Peanut Butter Marshmallow Swirl Brownies