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These were really good - but as someone else said - they are 2 pts each if you follow the recipe. Also 6T is not 1/2C or 1/3C (as a few other people have said) it is 1/4C + 2 Tbsp. (1/4C=4Tbsp). If you use 3 Tbsp reduced fat peanut butter (instead of 6T of regular) & can get this down to 1 WW point per cup. Either way - 1pt, 2pt... these are really good! Thanks!
Holy crap. Quick, easy, tastes completely decadent but is low on calories. I made these for a family get together..NO ONE believed they were that easy and low cal. Thank you soooo much for sharing!
My new favorite dessert! I made the recipe as stated, using Cool Whip Free, reduced fat peanut butter and sugar free chocolate syrup. I used candy liners and my mini muffin tin. The recipe made exactly 24 small peanut butter cups. I will use this recipe from now on and have these treats in my freezer all the time for a quick low calorie treat.
Super easy to make, instead of the chocolate syrup I used some mini-chocolate chips mixed throughout - hubby and I really enjoyed..... they were awfully addicting though, which is dangerous!
OMG ~ these were sooooo good I could eat the whole batch (but I'll try not to) this would taste good as a low fat filling for a pie..... with a low fat graham cracker crust ...... YUM-O
Update: I plugged this into WW recipe builder and it states 1 point :-)
These are really extremely delicious! I don't have a mini muffin pan so I just made it in a regular muffin pan. It's crazy how good these things taste
New all time favorite! Hudge hit with adults and kids!!!! Will make this forever! lol Low fat what a bonus!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :>) thanks for posting
Really enjoyed these! Made them in mini muffin tins. Could not find foil liners, but used cute red and orange polka dot liners, and gave them to a friend as a "birthday cake". They are easy and wonderful!