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Peanut Butter Cheesecake Brownie Babies

Peanut Butter Cheesecake Brownie Babies recipe
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Divide brownie batter among muffin cups. Add sweetened cream cheese and peanut butter. Await emergence of scrumptious PB cheesecake brownies from oven.
20 min
50 min
20 servings
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LOVE THIS RECIPE! I added my own twist, instead of peanut butter, I added seedless raspberry jam - it was great! I also done a PB&J to this as well, combining the peanut butter, jam & cream cheese was a hit! Two thumbs up from me!
Currently my favorite dessert now. The best chocolate fix there is! The whip cream and cherry on top are prefect as well.
I made these brownies for a co-worker's birthday and everyone raved about them. People have even asked for the recipe so they must be good.
This was delicious! I was glad I read the ratings first,so I knew to spray the cupcake liners with cooking spray. I made a few just swirling the peanut butter mixture and batter together and they were the best. The others didn't have as much of the peanut butter mix, but still delicious!!
Delicious, huge hit & easy, but looks impressive! A friend made them for a girl's night, she used piped icing instead of cool whip. I made them the next weekend - plain and with cool whip - all 3 ways were yummy! They did stick a bit so I'll try the foil muffin cups next time like the other poster suggested!
very good :)
I made this without the peanut butter and it was fantastic. I think I will try with the peanut butter next time to see how it comes out.
Very popular but I am lazy. I just poured the brownie into a 9x13 pan and dotted the brownie batter with the cream cheese / peanut butter mixuture, swirled the two together and baked it.
I've just made these for the 2nd time. Like Lorif417, I left off the coolwhip and cherries. I took them to a family gathering and got raves. Especially since I'm not "known" for my cooking. Thanks, I'll use this recipe lots.
this was so delicious! it was hard to just have one! Plus, It is easy to make and it looks like it took a while. I highly recommend making this for a gathering and jsut showing someone you love them!
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