Celebrating National Brownie Day with little bites of fudgy heaven.
Over the weekend, Nick and I had a conversation about his favorite cookies, and he ranked the top five for me. But, truth be told, the way to his heart is through a batch of homemade brownies.
So, of course, when I found out that today was National Brownie Day, we had to celebrate accordingly.
And this recipe for Fudgy Double Peanut Butter Brownies is just what the, ahem, holiday ordered.
A fudgy brownie base punctuated by swirls of peanut butter goodness, topped with bits of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
As I said on Instagram … they’re fudgy, a wee bit messy, and you have to love peanut butter.
If that describes you, then you need these in your life.
Since it starts with a box mix for the brownie base, these are pretty simple to make.
And since it ends up with chopped up Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, this is the perfect recipe to get rid of any leftover Halloween candy you might still have lurking around.
…meekly raising hand…
And, to be quite honest, any day is a good day for brownies. Here are some of our other favorites:
Symphony Brownies – a super soft center, these brownies are a house favorite.
Mint M&M Brownies are simple to make, and an unusual twist on the traditional brownie.
Another take on minty brownies, this time with Oreos, these triple layer babies are a showstopper.