Bake a sweet and salty treat with these Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies with Pretzel Crust! Add stout beer to make them super special!
Dish Count :: 1 13×9″ Pan, 1 Mixing Bowl, 1 Food Processor, 1 Small Bowl
We made it through another week party people! Let’s get ready for some brunching, relaxing and not getting out of our yoga pants unless absolutely necessary! Or reading a really good book?
I just grabbed a copy of You Before Me to read on my lunch breaks at work, and I fully expected to be able to just read it a few minutes at a time, to drag it out and at least make it last a week. But then I watched the trailer and basically binge read the book in three days. Crack the book open for 15 minutes as I drink my morning cup of coffee? Yup! Before going to bed? Definitely reading. As soon as I get home, lay out on the couch and lose all track of time until Ben wakes up at 7pm, and I realize I should probably walk the dog and make dinner? Oh geez, that’s happened twice now.
Except now that I have seen the trailer and know that Daenerys Stormborn is Louisa Clark I have it stuck in my head that somewhere a dragon has to come into this whole thing. But I am so excited to see the move and then go through a whole box of tissues in one sitting. Gawd, this is going to be a new aged Notebook! Mercy, I’m going to be a goner.
And then eat a whole pan of brownies at the same time? Definitely a possibility.
I made these brownies with Peter Pan’s new Simply Ground peanut butter, that is a perfect combination of creamy and crunchy. I can never decide which I like bette, smooth or chunky, and this one is the best combination of both!! It swirled so perfectly into these brownies, you got a bit of chocolate and peanut butter all in one! And I will definitely have to try it on some savory recipes too – like Nutmeg Nanny’s Thai Chicken Burger! I’m a sucker for anything Thai, and a burger is always top of my cravings list.
Best of all, this comes in a honey roast flavor, too. Heck to the yes!
*This recipe was sponsored by Peter Pan Simply Ground. All opinions are my own.*