Sunday, March 7, 2010

There's No Wrong Way to Eat a Reese's

I have had a silicone Reese's pan in my arsenal for several years, courtesy of my mother-in-law, but it wasn't until today that I decided to use it. Yes, you could certainly use disposable muffin liners, but this bad boy made quick work of my melted chocolate. No annoying peeling, or paper stuck to the chocolate. Just right down to business with two of my good buddies...peanut butter and chocolate.

Homemade Reese's Cups
1 bag semi sweet chocolate chips
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1/2 cup peanut butter

Melt chocolate chips. Spread a liberal amount of chocolate in paper liners (or silicone pan) and place in refrigerator to harden. Meanwhile, mix the powdered sugar and peanut butter until smooth. Once the chocolate is firm, spread a dollop of the peanut butter mixture on the chocolate and cover the top with more melted chocolate, making sure that the melted chocolate touches the firm chocolate. Return to refrigerator and let the chocolate harden once again. Peel liners away or pop out of silicone mold and serve. They are especially tasty when straight out of the fridge.

1 comment:

  1. This treat has Courtney and Tyler written all over it! One can't go wrong with the peanut butter/chocolate combination! Great job Courtney!