I see this Reese's peanut butter cups madness everywhere, so I thought I should definitely try making them at home.
I came across some recipes who tried to imitate the real thing, but I felt like I really wanted to upgrade it a bit.
So why not make the coating out of whipping cream and chocolate, much more tasty and richer.
And the filling? well a peanut butter is a must, so how about Skippy peanut butter with chunks mixed with instant vanilla pudding powder - Yummy!
So what do you need?
Ingredients for about 10-12 Cups:
400 gram chocolate (14.1 OZ)
200 ml whipping cream (6.76 OZ)
1/3 cup instant vanilla pudding powder (30 gram/1.05 OZ)
Skippy peanut butter and chunks jar (462gram/16.3 OZ)
muffin tin liners
*Measurements were made with 200ml cup.
BTW, You can add Vanilla powder as much as you want.
Melt the chocolate and the cream together.
Spread the chocolate on the bottom and sides of the muffin liners, place in the muffin tray and freeze until hardens.
Meanwhile melt, if needed, the peanut butter for 20 seconds in the microwave.
Mix together with the instant vanilla pudding powder.
Take the chocolate muffin liners out of the freezer and if needed, add another layer of chocolate and freeze.
Afterwards fill with the peanut butter mixture, place in the freezer for couple of minutes and then cover with a final layer of chocolate.
Place in the freezer till completely set.
A comment would be appreciated :-)