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Triple-Layer Peanut Butter Brownies

Triple-Layer Peanut Butter Brownies recipe
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Elevate brownies (in both senses of the word) with layers of chewy and creamy. Chocolate plus peanut butter plus creamy frosting means a tall stack of yum.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
2 hr 15 min
servings
total:
32 servings
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posted:
11/13/2008
this was really simple to make and tasted great.
posted:
11/13/2008
My husband LOVES chocolate and peanut butter so figured this would be a hit but no such luck. "Oh well"
posted:
11/12/2008
When making the brownies I used a can a black beans (pureed) instead of the oil and eggs or whatever else you are supposed to add to a brownie mix; this adds fiber and protein to the brownies. I also used sugar-free pudding and reduced fat peanut butter and forgot to add the powdered sugar; even without the sugar the pudding mixture was delicious and I'm thrilled that I saved a few grams of sugar. Everyone at the dinner party loved the brownies! I froze the extras and found that they warm quite nicely in the microwave.
posted:
11/12/2008
These were fabulous! I took them to work and a small group and were a big hit. I have even been volunteered to make them again for our work Christmas party! I do agree, it did take about 1 1/2 min for the chocolate and cool whip to melt completely. These were super easy and delicious. A must try even for the most novice bakers such as myself!
posted:
11/9/2008
These are awesome! Everyone loves them. Will make them again soon. I must say that it took about 1 1/2 minutes for the Cool Whip and chocolate to melt instead of only one minute. No big deal on that.
posted:
11/8/2008
I would absolutely, positively, beyond a shadow of a doubt make this again! Easy, delicious & cures the sweet urge with a small piece. What more could you want? Death by Chocolate has been the favorite special ocassion dessert for the family, but this has taken over the #1 spot for so many people! To answer Ruthie23's question as to the size of the pudding package, I used the 1 oz size & used the measurements in the recipe & it came out amazing!
posted:
11/7/2008
Have a question about the vanilla pudding pkg. It calls for 1 pkg. (3.4 oz.) There is no such thing, 1 package large is 1.5 oz and a small one is 1 oz. I used 1.5 pkg and just had to add a little more milk to it.Did any one else have that problem, other wise is was great and I would make it again.
posted:
11/7/2008
I didn't have luck with this recipe. The layers didn't stick toether and the chocolate on top never set. any hints????
posted:
11/7/2008
Absolutely heavenly!! These are the best & easy too. Everyone raves about them. A must make.
posted:
11/6/2008
Very very yummy! Perfect blend of chocolate and peanut butter
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