August 9, 2014
These peanut butter cups are the ULTIMATE dessert. They are rich, creamy, decadent, fudgey, and all around delicious. Chocolate, peanut butter, sweetness, what more could you ever ask for?
Even though I could eat Reese’s for days on end, with these I am satisfied after one. They completely full-fill any dessert craving you may have, all while filling your body with delicious nutrients. They undoubtably taste better than the real thing, and are much better for you. I would pick these little babies over a Reese’s cup ANYDAY (and that’s saying something).
If you’re thinking about it, make these. I can promise you won’t regret it.
Healthy Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
Yields: about 12
Peanut Butter Layer:
In a bowl, combine the peanut flour, agave, and coconut oil. Once evenly mixed, add the water. The water should make it a pourable mixture. Line a cupcake tray with papers and pour about two tablespoons into each cupcake liner. When you have filled all 12, pop the tray into the freezer while making the chocolate layer.
In a seperate bowl (or the same one washed out) combine all of the ingredients for the chocolate. This mixture should have the same consistency as the peanut butter and should be able to be poured. Take the tray out of the freezer, and pour 2 tablespoons of the chocolate sauce on top of each peanut butter cup. When all are filled, put into the freezer for around 6 hours to harden.
When they are ready to be eaten, take them out of the freezer and thaw for 1 minute. Then, they are ready to be devoured! 🙂
Fat: 9.5 g
Carbs: 23 g
Protein: 3.3 g