I love a good dessert bar recipe and these tasty peanut butter and jelly bars are childhood reimagined. Destined to become your new favorite snack, these slightly crunchy dessert bars taste a bit like a brownie and a cookie had a love child and called it peanut butter and jelly. The recipe is super simple too, making it even easier to get your tastebuds on these goodies.
Can’t have gluten? That's no problem with these little balls of joy. The best thing about these peanut butter fudge balls is how easy they are to make! Just put all the ingredients in a blender, whip until smooth, then refrigerate before rolling them into whatever shape you like. Little spheres are just the easiest.
I’m not saying this no-bake peanut butter marshmallow pie recipe is the best dessert recipe on the planet, but I’m not NOT saying that either. Follow me? Anything made with whipped cream cheese is bound to be a hit with me. Plus, marshmallows, peanut butter, and an Oreo crust?! I don’t want to live in a world where this doesn’t exist. Try it. You'll understand.
Streusel topped desserts are one of my favorites. In the case of these peanut butter streusel brownies, the streusel adds a nice little crunch to these decadent chocolate brownies. I like to mix in some slivered almonds in the brownie mix, because I’m obsessed with layers of flavor and texture. Not that these brownies need anything else. They perfect on their own.
Just saying the word ‘fluffernutter’ makes me all giddy. These fluffernutter brownies are like those sandwiches we had as kids but instead of bread, it’s spread over a chocolate brownie. (Who am I kidding? We also eat those sandwiches as adults, am I right or am I right?) Warning: When you make these brownies, childhood memories will likely come flooding back and you may even shed a tear or two. Excuse me while I go check my blood sugar levels.