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Chocolate Peanut Butter Candy Bars

Rich chocolate peanut butter candy bars – with ribbons of creamy peanut butter swirled into smooth and dark chocolate…

Secretly healthy chocolate peanut butter bars that taste like Hershey’s candy bars… @choccoveredkt… 5 ingredients: https://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2015/10/26/chocolate-peanut-butter-candy-bars/

 

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In under five minutes, you could have already made a batch of these “clean eating” chocolate peanut butter candy bars – So much richer and more delicious than any Hershey’s bar you have ever tried in your life.

Seriously, why are you not making these already???!

Trust me when I tell you that, if you’re anything like me, you are going to be making these chocolate peanut butter bars over and over again.

My chocolate obsession just took a game-changing new turn. Chocolate and peanut butter forever

P.S. I really want to buy a bar and name it Chocolate, just so that when people ask what I do for a living, I can say I own a Chocolate Bar.

 

Secretly healthy chocolate peanut butter bars that taste like Hershey’s candy bars… @choccoveredkt… 5 ingredients: https://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2015/10/26/chocolate-peanut-butter-candy-bars/

#lifegoals

Oh, and my chocolate obsession?

It’s getting out of hand.

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As in, I need more hands to hold it all.

Secretly healthy chocolate peanut butter candy bars that taste like Hershey’s candy bars… @choccoveredkt… 5 ingredients: https://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2015/10/26/chocolate-peanut-butter-candy-bars/

Secretly healthy chocolate peanut butter bars that taste like Hershey’s candy bars… @choccoveredkt… 5 ingredients: https://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2015/10/26/chocolate-peanut-butter-candy-bars/

 

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Candy Bars

Chocolate Peanut Butter Candy Bars

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Ingredients

  • 8 oz chocolate chips or broken-up chocolate bars
  • 3-4 tbsp peanut butter OR allergy-friendly alternative
  • optional sprinkle sea salt
  • optional sprinkle chia seeds and/or cacao nibs

Instructions

Gently warm the peanut butter until it is very easily stir-able. Unless using candy molds, line an 8-inch square baking pan with parchment or wax paper, then set aside. Melt the chocolate carefully. (If you’ve never melted chocolate before, it’s a good idea to google how to do it correctly.) Pour the melted chocolate into the pan or into candy molds, then drop spoonfuls of peanut butter on top in a zigzag pattern. Lightly swirl the peanut butter with a spoon. If desired, sprinkle with sea salt and/or chia seeds. Refrigerate until firm. Then pop out of the molds or cut into bars. These bars are shelf-stable in a cool place, but I store mine in the fridge or freezer. They don’t last long!

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Published on October 26, 2015

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  1. Lindsey @ Simply Lindsey says

    Chocolate and peanut butter are what dreams are made of! The sprinkle of sea salt would taste so good!

  2. Megan says

    Your arm blends in so well with the floor in that picture I seriously didn’t see it and spent about 20 minutes trying to figure out why you photoshopped your arm out or if there was some pun I was missing ?

  3. Elaine @ FoodParsed says

    I love the combination of peanut butter and chocolate, especially dark chocolate. The swirl pattern is so pretty! My swirls always just turn out as blobs, so I usually make chocolate peanut butter cups instead. Using silicone muffin molds makes super cute cups with very little mess.

  4. Grace says

    These look so yummy! I also loved seeing that many (all?) of the chocolate bars you’ve got in your photo are fair trade! I recently wrote a post on ethically Halloween candy in which I discussed a few of those brands.

  5. Elizabeth says

    I LOVE the photo of you with all of the chocolate bars! Your hair (and the chocolate bars!) look glorious. (Also I’ve been reading your blog for years but rarely comment – this is how much I love this photo!!)

  6. Katie says

    Katie, your recipes have been lifesavers for me! I just found out I can’t have any type of sweetener except xylitol and very small amounts of honey and maple syrup. I can have fruits, as long as they’re not too sweet. (for example: no bananas) And also no gluten or dairy. On the bright side, I only have to lay off of them for a few months, but it can still get hard. You are so far the only site with recipes I can have that actually taste delicious.
    Thank you Katie, and don’t stop posting!
    ~Katie

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