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Triple Layer Peanut Butter Brownies

You may have noticed a trend with peanut butter and chocolate here lately.  Ever since I made the Peanut Butter Cheesecake Brownies I wanted something similar, but a bit different.  A lot of thought went in to this recipe.  It is something I created and for me could be considered sinful (not a diet food and I had one for breakfast) but if you love the chocolate/peanut butter combination you will LOVE this. 

Triple Layer Peanut Butter Brownies
1 box of brownies baked as directed on box. (9 x 13)
Bake and cool.
Peanut Butter Layer
1/2 cup butter, melted
2 cups powdered sugar
3/4 cup peanut butter
Optional: 1 cup crusted crispy rice cereal.
Mix all ingredients until well blended and smooth.  Spread over top of brownie layer.
1/2 cup butter, softened
3 cups powdered sugar
1/4 cup cocoa
1/3 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
Mix until smooth.  It may be a but runny but will firm up in the fridge.  Spread over top of peanut butter layer.

Chill until set up. 
These do not have to be refrigerated, but they seem to taste better chilled.
They also seem to taste better the next day!!


  1. Oh, you are a baaad girl!! Tempting me like this. I want this, but I don't want to wait, I want a bar right now. Yumm. Thanks for coming up with this. I don't know why I didn't think of it myself. I have plenty of recipes with chocolate and peanut butter.

  2. Oh my, you went there with this one!! I absolutely love chocolate and peanut butter anything and these look soooooooo delicious. I should hate you for posting this - but I love you. Thanks. Let me go grab your button in homage.


  3. Wowwwwwww I love peanut butter.. the pity.. I have to hid it.. of myself..!!! thanks for sharing..!!

    Best regards from spain.!

  4. Looks good (and bad!!!)! Have a great weekend!

  5. That looks sooo yummy! I need to bring a dessert to a party this weekend and I think I just found my recipe here ;) I'm following you from Fun Friday Follow! I host reviews/giveaways and blog about family/gardening/recipes/kids at:


  6. The older I get the more I like a choc/PB combination. My hubbys birthday is this weekend and I just might have to give this recipe a try for his b-day cake. Tahnks for sharing.

  7. These look so good. Peanut butter and chocolate are great together so I'm sure I'll love these bars.

  8. Holy calzone these look AWESOME!!

    I'm so honored you put my button up. :) Thanks so much. :)


  9. Hi! I'm your newest follower from FF - love your blog! Hope to see you at Dropped Stitches!

    xo Erin

  10. These brownies look so yummy! We're definitely going to make them and I think I'll add the rice crispy cereal. That sounds most excellent! Thanks fro the recipe!!!

  11. Ohh! I had the same thing yesterday @ Mrs. Fields. Twas so divine! Thanks for sharing this recipe. Im you new follower from Friend Friday Follow. Nice to meet a fellow FB and foodie blogger here. Hope you could follow back and say hi!

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  14. Dear Tiffanee,
    Will you please adopt me? I want to live with you and eat at your house! (Ha!)

    Really, you have the best recipes! This looks like another winner! Hope you and your family have a great 4th of July!

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  16. These look great. Kind of like Buckeyes in a brownie! YUM!

  17. mmmm! These look so good! I love peanut butter!

    Thanks for linking up with me!

  18. Yep, these are AMAZING! Thank you so much for the recipe. I can't wait to tell everyone about them!


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