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Peanut-Butter Pillows

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Serves 1 - 48 Squares

Peanut-Butter Pillows is a scrummy Peanut-Butter Square with a beautiful milk chocolate topping. They are really easy to make!

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Ingredients

  • For The Base:
  • -50g Dark Muscovado Suger
  • -200g Icing Suger
  • -50g Unsalted Butter
  • -200g Smooth Peanut Butter
  • For The Topping:
  • -200g Milk Chocolate
  • -100g Plain Chocolate
  • -1 Tablespoon Unsalted Butter
  • (1 x 23cm square brownie tin lined with Baking Paper)

Method

    1. Stir all of the ingredients for the base together until smooth. (Some of the Dark Muscanado Suger stays together in small lumps, there is no need to worry about that)
    2. Press the sandy mixture into the lined brownie tin, try to make the surface as even as possible.
    3. Melt the chocolates and the butter together (I do this my using a Microwave, it takes about a minute on medium) Then spread on the base.
    4. Place the tin in the fridge to set. When the chocolate has hardened, cut into small squares

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