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Sharon on 9.19.2010
Let me begin by saying, these are delicious! I found them difficult to work with and the end product wasn’t very pretty to look at. I followed your directions for the first 2 pans, but they were just too difficult to remove and fell apart. I decided with the next batch, to bake the brownies and when I removed them from the oven I inserted the peanut butter cup into the brownie. I let them cool in the pan for about 15 minutes and they released much easier with this method. There was still a little breaking apart of the brownie but I patched them back together and put them in the fridge to continue cooling. Again, these were celicious but I probably won’t make them again.
Laura on 7.5.2010
I made these yesterday for a 4th of July party and they were a huge it! They didn’t last very long! I’ll probably have to double the recipe from now on!
duckybutt01 on 6.27.2010
These were a huge hit! Lots of friends have tried the recipe too – they can’t get enough of them either. Thanks for sharing!
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bmd4me on 6.25.2010
I’m going to be making these for college football tailgating parties this fall. I wonder how many dozen I’ll need to feed the players after the game! That is, assuming my boys to get to them first! HAHA!
dawnalee on 1.26.2010
My nephew is a big fan of peanut butter and particularly peanut butter cups. Made this yesterday for his 24th birthday. What a hit! He loved them and so did his friends. I made them in the 9 x 13 pan and cut them into squares. Definitely will be making these again for the troops.