Well my Facebook friends thought so too so they asked me for the recipe, which I hadn't written down. So I promised everyone that yes, I would write it and post it.
Then I sat down to write but my ADHD kicked in and well basically, one horse, two horses, cat, dog, glitter, unicorn, old McDonald had a farm, heyyyy macarena!
Anywhoo...I found my hand-written recipe in my son Sam's recipe book that I'm making for him so he doesn't starve to death when he goes to University. (focus Caroline, focus!!)
So before a squirrel runs by my window, here is the tried and tested recipe you need to make for the holidays!
1 1/2 cups semi sweet sweet chocolate chips
2 tbsp NATURAL peanut butter. (Not the junk in the green jar with the bear on it!)
pinch of himalayan sea salt
Peanut Butter Part
3/4 cup chunky natural peanut butter
1/2 cup raw sugar (not the white stuff you grandma uses)
2 tbsp graham crumbs
First melt the ingredients for the chocolate part in the microwave, about a minute and a half. Stir it and melt more if needed.
Spread some in the bottom of muffin paper cups. Put in the fridge to set.
Mix together the Peanut Butter Part stuff and when your bottoms are solid, spread a good chunk on each. Top with more chocolate, return to the fridge.
I've recently made them and messed them up because I didn't put enough peanut butter filling on each. To that, I apologize to the Smiths Falls Minor Association who were selling them at their bake sale fundraiser. There were no complaints from hockey players, but then again, they eat anything! Trust me, I feed a couple of them!
And if you are not the baking kind but would love to get your hands on these, I'll make them for you.
They are $2 each, or $25 for a baker's dozen. Seriously.