This is one of my childhood favorites. A layer of creamy sweet peanut butter topped with a layer of chocolate, remniscent of Reese's peanut butter cups. These squares are quick and simple to make, and are so yummy and addictive! They also freeze well.
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laura_r_maiuri , 1 years agoSooooooo easy and delicious!!! Tastes just like a Reeses!!!! Used Milk chocolate chips....
royden05 , 1 years ago
PatyandJoey , 1 years agoWill make again but with milk chocolate.
cookida , 1 years agoExelent
lesliebalthaser , 1 years ago
randurini , 1 years agoI made this last week and i got millions of appreciations from my friends. Thanks!
logan_mcdonald , 1 years agoGreat dessert, I used chunky peanut butter and I think its better than the creamy.
sonjbak , 1 years agoSo good. Just like a peanut butter cup and so easy to make.
trishaann33 , 1 years agoQuick and easy recipe. My family liked it a lot.
lowtristen11 , 1 years agoThey are so easy and good
kittykat19 , 1 years ago
Peanut53 , 1 years agoThese are fantastic! Tastes just like a Reece's peanut butter cup and they are so quick and easy to make. They freeze wonderfully and actually taste better frozen in my opinion. Will definitely be making again and again :)
clynn1106 , 1 years agoPhri freakin nominal
miller241 , 1 years agoLove this
sarahgagnon123 , 1 years ago
CYAG , 1 years agoAmazing result with so little effort! I wanted to make something new with what I had on hand and these were perfect! Dough is very stiff and I did lightly grease my hands to make it easier to work with. Taste? OMG was everyones comment! Keep posting..your stuff is great! Thanks
carsue , 1 years ago
Chellybeans , 1 years agoAbsolutely delicious and very easy to make. They actually taste just like Reece's. I suggest freezing the peanut butter layer while you melt the chocolate, then pouring on the chocolate and freezing for 10 minutes. One the chocolate starts to solidify but is still soft, cut into squares. This helps cut perfect lines once it's completely solid.
rejakshi , 1 years ago
crazycouponlady4 , 1 years agoBack when I was in school they called them Magic Squares. Everyone loved when these were on the menu. Thank you for reminding me of a wonderful, nostalgic dessert.