Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Filling

Homemade recipe for the inside of Reese's cup, so you can make you own at home! [which are so much tastier!] I'd recommend using bitter sweet or milk chocolate, and using a peanut butter cup mold, which you can buy pretty cheaply at Joann's or other craft/kitchen supply stores. And if you don't have powdered sugar, you can blend regular white sugar in a coffee grinder

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  • Simple, blend (electric mixer is best with peanut butter) all ingredients together. Even better when chilled slightly.
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"Homemade recipe for the inside of Reese's cup, so you can make you own at home! [which are so much tastier!] I'd recommend using bitter sweet or milk chocolate, and using a peanut butter cup mold, which you can buy pretty cheaply at Joann's or other craft/kitchen supply stores. And if you don't have powdered sugar, you can blend regular white sugar in a coffee grinder"
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  1. zeekzimba
    I was wondering if there’s anything you can use instead of powdered sugar?
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  2. The K.
    I am afraid there is one huge error in this recipe (serves 66) serves two at my house and only after a fist fight.
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  3. sandy
    I just found this (question box), so, when I made them this time.; And I always put a bit of melted chocolate in the bottom of my metal form; (it resembles the Store bought more) First, then the bit of peanut mixture and top off with melted chocolate. My PROBLEM is that for the 1st time in Decades, they are sticking to the form and won’t come out! HELP, Please!
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  4. 501st S.
    Wow, I'm impressed. This tastes EXACTLY the same as the peanut butter found in Reese's cups. I will definitely be using this recipe in the future. One note i'll add is that if you don't want it to be so sweet then only add half a cup of sugar or even less.
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  5. ivarvara
    this was pretty close :) i omitted the butter and added another 2 tbsp of peanut butter. my bf was surprised and just asked me to hand him the bowl and a spoon :)
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