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Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

Hi, friends! My “Small Measures with Ashley” post is up over at Design Sponge. Today I tempt you with a recipe for homemade chocolate peanut butter cups. Be forewarned, though. They’re seriously good and, thusly, seriously addictive. My suggestion? Make the full dozen, keep 2 or 3, and give the rest away to loved ones, the mail man, complete strangers. Anyone, really, just to get them out of your house.


Have a great weekend! It should be a warm one here, so I’m looking forward to getting some sunshine, maybe having brunch with my friend/editor Nicole, and just enjoying the hints of spring in the air!

5 Responses to Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

  • Greyson Briere says:

    Really? I won't allow myself to make these. Sharing with anyone would be out of the question! This is a major weakness! They look and sound AMAZING! By the way, I am smitten with Huxley! He looks great!

  • kitty says:

    Oh my gosh – I had the Coca-Cola craving, too!! ;D

    Thanks so much for this recipe, it looks and sounds amazing!

  • Morgan G says:

    Ooo, just another tool to keep my Hubs wrapped around my finger. Kidding. Sort of.

  • Emily Pasha says:

    I have to admit I am moved to write you a big, huge chocolate covered THANK YOU for sharing this recipe. (I assume it's the chocolate and peanut butter high that convinced me to write). I moved to Germany five years ago and miss peanut butter cups terribly. Little did I know home could be so close! The recipe is delightful and even more delicious than the real thing. I crowned off my box of homemade bonbons to my Valentine with these treats. Yum!

    Danke danke danke!

  • emily-you are most certainly welcome! glad to hear they're so well-received on “the continent.”