How do you make the best homemade brownies ever? Double up on the chocolate & add peanut butter chips! This recipe for Double Chocolate Brownies is made from scratch, but don’t worry, it’s SO EASY to make!
These melt-in-your-mouth brownies are perfect served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or a large glass of milk! They’re great for parties, holidays or Mondays. Because we could all use a little extra chocolate on a Monday! Am I right?!
The combination of peanut butter and chocolate should go down in history as one of the best of all time! As a kid, the only candy I would eat were Reese’s Cups or Reese’s Pieces!
But today, I’m introducing the holy grail of chocolate and peanut butter. Double chocolate brownies filled with peanut butter chips! The brownies are moist and fudgy with an extra chocolatey layer on top. The peanut butter chips add a burst of peanut butter goodness right in the middle of the best brownies ever!
I love sharing these as a dinner party dessert or around the holidays. Because let’s be honest, if I didn’t serve them to friends, I’d eat the whole pan myself! Out of all the brownie recipes I’ve made over the years, these really are the perfect brownies!
Crock Pot Brownies are an easy way to bake up a delicious dessert without the use of an oven, throw in a Pumpkin Cheesecake Swirl for a festive fall treat!
Tomorrow, tomorrow, fall is finally here tomorrow!
You guessed it, the first day of fall is… tomorrow, but I won’t lie, for the past two weeks I’ve totally been cheating and eating everything apple, pumpkin and squash I could get my hands on!
I also may or may not have also been trying to rock boots, scarves and sweaters even though it’s totally still 80 degrees outside! 😉
What can I say, fall is my favorite time of the year and I couldn’t wait to start sharing all of my favorite fall recipes on Instagram, like Apple Butternut Squash Bruschetta & Pumpkin Chili. As well as introducing new fall favorites on the blog, like these Pumpkin Cheesecake Swirled Crock Pot Brownies!
I mean, what says fall more that pumpkin, baking and a slow cooker!
I’m so excited to switch roles for the day with Jackie from The Seaside Baker! While my post all about 5 Dinner Recipes Made in Under 50 Minutes is live over on her site today, she’s sharing with you all her Top 5 Dessert Bar Recipes!
What an honor it is to be guest posting on WhitneyBond.com! Whitney and I first met for a cup of coffee a couple months ago after realizing we were both San Diego food bloggers. I was so excited to finally meet someone with the same passion. Whitney is not only passionate about food blogging, this girl is motivated. Watch out fans, this girl is going to take the world by storm!
I decided to share with you some of my Top 5 Bar Recipes. While I love to eat little cookie rounds, I prefer to make bars. They are a lot less time consuming, and are perfect for large gatherings when you need to serve many people.