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Chocolate & Peanut Butter Ribbon Dessert

Chocolate & Peanut Butter Ribbon Dessert recipe
photo by:kraft
What’s great about this recipe—besides the chocolate and peanut butter? You can prep it in 15 minutes and freeze it for whenever your guests arrive.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
8/4/2009
I would love to make this, but my children really do not care for cream cheese. Is there something else I could substitute for that ingredient?
posted:
8/4/2009
My family loves this dessert! Very rich, but it disappears quickly. Great combination of chocolate and peanut butter.
posted:
7/7/2009
There was no leftovers. I've done 3 times in 1 week and the results are the same. Recipe is very easy and delicious!
posted:
6/22/2009
This was great. I think though that it might be easier to make the version in the 13 x 9 inch pan.
posted:
6/19/2009
Made this for a family get together. Everyone loved it! Instead of making just the ribbon chocolate, I added an additional square of melted chocolate and mixed it into half of the mixture making the dessert half chocolate and half peanut butter.
posted:
5/15/2009
I love the flavor combinations in this, but didn't like the size. I doubled the recipe but used a 13 x 9 pan. I cover the top with Cool Whip and decorate with melted chocolate chips and heated peanut butter. I have quadrupled this using a large foil pan for carry-ins...it's always gone first.
posted:
5/12/2009
This turned out great, I just made it for a Mother's Day dessert. It took longer to make than listed, but I didn't mind. I crushed up homemade peanut butter cookies that I had and low fat graham crackers with 3 Tb of butter to make crust. Added 1 more cup of whipped cream to recipe and used 3/4 cup of mixture to mix with the melted chocolate for the middle layer. I let each layer set for about 5 minutes in freezer before pouring and spreading next layer (this worked very well). I kept in freezer overnight and pulled out 5 min. before serving, no problem pulling it out of pan or slicing. I didn't serve with more whip cream on top ( cuz I forgot) :) I did drizzle chocolate icecream topping lightly over top of each slice on plate. Very, rich and smooth! My family loved it. Mine did look just like picture sans whipcream topping, very pretty. Will make again with a prepared Oreo crust and just do two layers, maybe chocolate layer on bottom and peanut butter on top, then top with whipped
posted:
5/8/2009
It's OK. It taste like an ice cream Reese's Peanut Butter cup. I don't think I will be making this dessert that often, though.
posted:
5/3/2009
This is one of my famiy's favorites! We drizzle chocolate sauce on the serving plate, add a Cool Whip dalop, and crushed cookies on top. Amazingly simple and because it's frozen, I can have it on hand when company comes.
posted:
3/29/2009
Everyone loves this dessert and can't believe that I made it myself.
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