Saturday, April 21, 2012

Forget the Paper Crafting!

And eat the chocolate!  (Well, I guess paper crafting while eating chocolate would definately be nirvana for me!)

Anyway...I've mentioned how addicted to Pinterest I am.  I have gotten so many great ideas off that site from house cleaning tips to decorating to kid crafts to paper crafting extraordinaire to wonderful recipes.  I pinned a recipe from a friend the other day and another friend made it for a tennis match.  Oh my God...I only had a teensy little tasted but it combines about my favorite sweet tastes in the world!  Chocolate chip cookies, brownies and Reese's peanut butter cups.

What you do is take break apart chocolate chip cookie dough and smoosh it into a tin...put a Reese's peanut butter cup upside down on top of that and then put prepared brownie mix on top of that.
See?  Click HERE to see the idea on Pinterest.  And if you aren't already a Pinterest user I highly recommend can click on the Follow Me on Pinterest link at the top of my blog. 

I decided to make some I used smaller chunks of the chocolate chip cookie dough and smooshed it into a mini muffin tin.  Then topped it with a miniature Reese's peanut butter cup and then put about a teaspoon of brownie batter on top.  And then they were baked at 350 degrees for about 15-16 minutes.

 I forgot to take a photo with the brownie batter on top but I bet you can imagine what that looks like.
Here they are fresh out of the oven....
It was a bit of a challenge getting them out of the tin...what I did was chilled them for a bit and then was able to use a knife to gently lift them out.

And here they are....(well, half of them)...ready for my tennis team tomorrow!


....maybe I should make a cute little sign for these with some paper scraps. :)



  1. OMG, I do pinterest too but never saw this dreamy recipe... I would be in heaven to be able to eat these while crafting, now add you an me together, and heaven is created...LOL
    thanks for sharing. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
    On the glue I'm using it was a martha stewart glue that made the paper ripple and bubble. I like the time to get the object when using glue, using the ATG gives you no getting it straight when it's down, it's not moving...uGh

  2. These do look good for crafting....I try to limit my time on pinterest...maybe I should have time for recipes and time for crafting...LOL

  3. I've never heard of un do what's that?

  4. Yummy! Chocolate and paper, my two big passions! I will try this one!

  5. Yum. All 3 (choc chip cookies, Reeese PB cups & brownies) my favs. Just returned from an enjoyable Tim Holtz class. I'm going to try this recipe.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"


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