Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 6 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 4 nestles milk chocolate candy bars
  • 1 14 cups peanut butter


  1. Put chocolate chips, chocolate bars, and 1/4 c peanut butter in top.
  2. of double boiler over HOT, not boiling water, stirring till smooth.
  3. Use small muffin tin liners, or cut regular cupcake liners down to a 1" depth.
  4. Spoon HALF of the chocolate mixture equally into the liners.
  5. Melt the rest of the peanut butter over hot water, and spoon this equally over the chocolate layer.
  6. Top with remaining chocolate.
  7. Refrigerate to allow cups to set up before serving.
  8. 12 Large / 24 Tiny.
Most Helpful

Love these guys. I do mine a little different though. I melt the chocolate chips in the microwave and I also use nilla wafers instead of Graham crackers. I also pipe the chocolate in the cups. It's much easier to handle when you co it that way I think. After I've melted the peanut butter and added the wafers I out that in the fridge and let it harden slightly and roll into balls that I then place on the piped chocolate. Same result but much less time consuming.

MrsKimmyW December 15, 2013

These are SO GOOD! I could not find Nestle bars so I used Hershey's. I also do not own a double boiler, so I melted the chocolate and peanut butter in glass bowls over pans of hot water. I would recommend putting just enough chocolate to cover the bottom of the liner, then the peanut butter and more chocolate so that there is enough space left to cover the peanut butter completely with chocolate. I got 21 mini peanut butter cups out of this amount of chocolate, but had quite a bit of peanut butter left over. Very yummy recipe! Made for PAC Spring '09

Soup Lady April 05, 2009