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Peanut Butter Layered Brownies

Peanut Butter Layered Brownies recipe
photo by:kraft
Rich chocolate brownies are topped with peanut butter frosting and drizzled with chocolate for a luscious dessert the whole family will love.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 35 min
servings
total:
3 doz. or 36 servings, one brownie each
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posted:
6/1/2008
very good
posted:
5/28/2008
The kids loved these but I didn't bother with the pretty lattice top. Just the simple stuff for me! Oh, be sure to let people know about the peanut butter (we have some allergic buddies!)
posted:
1/15/2008
I will make this often--I made this for a church get together and I think that the container got liked clean too--It is easy for kids to help make also!!!
posted:
10/13/2007
the flavor is great but it sticks to the foil so grease and flour the foil.
posted:
7/24/2007
Yum-o!! This recipe is great. A suggestion to make more tasty is to make the peanut butter frosting as is, except use chunky peanut butter and add the milk into it until its the right consistancy than spread it on the brownies than put some chocolate hazelnut spread over that and make a marble swirley look to it. Than stick it in the fridge and two hours later you have brownies that taste very similar to fudge. Try it and you'll see what I'm talking about.
posted:
7/9/2007
I have made these brownies numerous times for potlucks and picnics- turned out very well-always a crowd favorite.
posted:
7/6/2007
Taste is good, but I expected a frosting like consistancy (like the picture shows). It was not creamy... more like a paste. I would love to know how to get it at more of a creamy texture though... any suggestions?
posted:
7/5/2007
My first attempt at these brownies did not turn out at all. The only change I made was splenda instead of sugar. I put them in a 13x9 metal jelly roll pan and baked them for about 15 minutes when I noticed a giant air bubble had formed. It deflated when taken out of the oven but left a big crack. The brownies were also very thin. The second time I used a boxed brownie mix. I followed others suggestion of using more milk in the peanut butter frosting and that portion turned out great. Everyone loved them. Any suggestions on what I did wrong the first time? <<< Response from Kraft Kitchens Expert, Wendy ~ We do not recommend substituting sugar substitutes for the sugar in this recipe. Search the keyword “Splenda” in the recipe search box for recipes using Splenda No-Calorie Sweetener. >>>
posted:
6/15/2007
This recipie is very easy to make. I added quite a bit more milk to the peanut butter frosting to make it more creamy. If you follow the recipie, even adding the 2 Tbls of milk, it will be more like a paste. I just added milk until I liked the consistancy. They were VERY rich, so next time I will cut them into smaller pieces. Very yummy though!
posted:
4/14/2007
These brownies were so good!!! I made them for everyone at my job, and they were an instant hit!!
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