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Yum! I made these and served with whipped cream on top, which balanced out the peanut butter flavor. This is a very rich brownie.

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alabughosh July 09, 2010

WOW, these are decadent. You could probably cut them a lot smaller than 24 to a pan. And they weigh a ton. I made them for a bake sale, and two brownies to a bag was super heavy compared to my other brownies. Great flavor. I used about half a can of frosting, and frosted them warm so it melted evenly across the top just to make them look pretty as I'm not a huge frosting fan. But you definitely need to frost them as they look goofy if you don't

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Cookin'UpNorth February 17, 2008

YUMMY! I made my own brownies and then made Kittencal's Chocolate Frosting/Icing for the chocolate frosting part. Delish!! Lots of peanut butter taste! Thank you for sharing!

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SweetsLady June 04, 2007

This is a wonderful, extremely rich recipe! As I was assembling the ingredients I realized - no chocolate frosting, so I made a quick chocolate sour cream frosting that worked out just great! My only caution - the cook time was a little short, I would give it a good 5 minutes more. Mine were a bit underdone in the center. Overall, delicious!

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MA HIKER April 18, 2007

In some brownie/peanut butter combinations, the peanut butter is not very prominent. In this recipe, the peanut butter really stands out. So, you must be a real peanut butter lover to enjoy these brownies. They are extremely moist and very rich. Thanks for a keeper, Caryn!

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Juenessa August 20, 2006
Ooey Gooey Peanut Butter and Fudge Brownies