Well, I have no words other than WOOHOO! I mastered..literally mastered, the epic and super secret flavor of the best part of a Reesse’s Peanut Butter Cup~ The Middle filled with Peanut Butter! Not just any Peanut Butter, but Reese’s Peanut Butter. It’s a one-of-a-kind flavor like no other.
~It can’t be found in a jar, in a box, in a secret safe somewhere…lol~~ BUT..I have it and now so do you!
And…it’s SO simple! So grab a spoon and get ready to be amazed! You can use this Reese’s Peanut Butter to top, fill, ,stuff, frost, decorate, glaze, drizzle, drip and dollop onto anything you can image! ‘Don’t have anything’ you say!? No problem (and maybe even better)…stick one of your ten God-given “spoons” (those are located on the end of each of your arms) and start scooping! No one will judge, and if they do shove some of this in their mouths asap! 🙂
What you’ll need for enough Reese’s Peanut Butter to frost 2-8″ cakes…or fill 2 large Ball jars!
1-1lb jar of Creamy Peanut Butter
1 1/2 cups of Powdered Sugar
A generous pinch of IODIZED Salt
An electric mixer
In a large bowl mix together the Peanut Butter, Sugar and salt on medium speed until it’s light and fluffy…about 3 minutes…
Start frosting..licking, scooping and enjoying this exact replica of the world’s most delectable filling ever! ~Enjoy! :0
You’re my hero! Can’t wait to try this out (on everything) 😀
I made this, but it was not spreadable, did you add any liquid at all??
Clisty – I made it also, but it was unspreadable- I believe the correct amount of P.Sugar would be 1/2 cup not 1 !/2 cup – I added some milk, and we added cream cheese to make it spreadable- cream cheese was an added bonus to the frosting – EVERYONE loved the taste, we did a taste test with some without cream cheese some with – frosting with cream cheese won!
I made this. Exactly like this. At first I thought no way I can spread this. But I popped it into the Microwave for 20 seconds and what a difference that made. Frosted about half the cake then popped it back in the microwave for another 15-20 seconds and finished it up. I bet the variations were pretty delicious too!