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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

.:Mouth-Watering Wednesday - Dipped Nutter Butters:.

First of all, thank you for all of your lovely comments from my De-Lurk Day yesterday! You were all so kind and sweet, and it was so fun to learn more about you! Thank you, thank you! If you haven't had a chance to de-lurk yet, you still can here!

Also, head on over to Making the World Cuter for your chance to win a bunch of fun stuff during Tiff's baby shower! My giveaway was yesterday, but it is open for a couple more days. Plus there's lots of other great stuff being given away for the rest of the week! And it's super easy to enter - you only have to do it once for each day and if you win, you win EVERYTHING from that day. Score!

On to the recipe...

I like peanut butter. I like chocolate. And I like them together.

This treat is ridiculously easy, and so delicious.

I just got invited to be part of a card group, and I wanted to try to make a good impression on them all when I went to my first one this past weekend. (Hello, lots of them work or have worked for Paper Crafts and Doodlebug! No pressure!)

So I thought these would be a nice finger food treat while we were working on our project.

What you need:

- 1 package of Nutter Butter cookies
- 1 package of chocolate almond bark
- I bag of Reese's cups (I wouldn't get the minis because I think the snack size is easier to break up, but you can if you want!)


The first thing you need to do is un-wrap each of your peanut butter cups and break them into little pieces. This can get messy, but you do get to lick your fingers clean at the end for a little bonus!


Then put your almond bark in a microwave safe bowl, and melt it down in 30-45 second intervals, stirring in between.

Dip your cookies in the chocolate and lay on wax paper. I found that it was best to do the whole cookie sheet of cookies, and then go back and put some peanut butter cup crumbles on each cookie. This gave the chocolate a little time to cool off so that it didn't melt your cups!



Stick them in the fridge to harden.

Serve and satisfy! (They were a hit at my card group, and I think I get to stay!)






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23 comments:

  1. 3 thing i love in life, choclate, nutter butters, and reese...perfect...i going to the store now and having these for breakfest. THANKS!

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  2. These photos are making me DROOL! This looks so easy and SO tasty! I HAVE to try this. Thanks for posting the how-to! =)

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  3. Oh My Goodness! These look amazing! I always make vanilla wafers with peanut butter between two dipped in choclate, but this cuts out most of the work and is probably way better. Thanks for the idea, now off to get some nutter butter cookies.

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  4. Holy smokes! I didn't think Nutter Butters could get any better but you schooled me on that. These look heavenly!!!

    www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

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  5. thanks-these look grear. and i need to get fatter!

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  6. I'm drooling! I shouldn't have seen this idea! I'm going to be gaining some major weight now! Thanks SUMO! Now I will be a sumo!

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  7. Holy yum! After this baby comes this is one of the first things I will be making! (gestational diabetes doesn't want me to have anything good). Thanks for the mentions of my giveaway too-love your face! :)
    -Tiff

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  8. Peanut Butter and Chocolate... wowzers! Can't wait to try these myself. I featured you here. YUM!

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  9. yeah, I'd say that is mouth-watering. you can dip those nutters into white choc and make snowmen and ghosts. have fun!

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  10. Oh, my. This is right up my alley.

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  11. These look amazing! I am going to the grocery store tomorrow...perhaps I can find room in the budget for these things. :)
    pathb4me.blogspot.com

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  12. Mmmmmm. Can I just say YUM. Seriously. Those look better then yum. Now you have me wanting some. Thank you for linking this recipe up!! yum, yum, yum. I hope you have a good friday! (and your giveaway yesterday was super cute :))

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  13. Thank you for posting this. I made these and they were a big hit. So yummy!

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  14. OMGosh..these sound and look delicious. I have a grandgirl coming over this weekend...she will love doing these. Thansk!!

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  15. These definitely look mouth watering!! I am thinking a nice cold glass of milk and a few of these and my sweet tooth would be happy. :)

    I featured you on my Friday Favorites;
    http://paintchipsandfryingpans.blogspot.com/2010/09/friday-favorites-and-family-moment-9310.html

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  16. just found your blog, and found my way to THIS recipe --- drooling already....can't wait to try them!

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  17. All my favorites in one tasty treat! Please come join my party and link up!
    joy
    mommaskindacrafty.blogspot.com

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  18. Oh MY! These would be so very hard to resist...I am not sure I could resist! Thanks for linking up - I love this idea!

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  19. Oh my nutter butters are already a fave around here and now you have to go putting ideas in my head! I bet it's hard to stop at one or two or ten!

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  20. oh my goodness what a fantastic idea...

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  21. Oh my, these are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  22. Just made these today for a bachelorette viewing party tonight!!! Soooo yummy!! I hope I don't eat them all before the guests come ;)

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