Yeah…Immaeatthat

Jan 05

Peanut Butter Nutella Cups

Oh heyyyy, little peanut butter buckets.

peanut butter nutella cups | immaEATthat.com

And not just peanut butter buckets, but peanut butter buckets filled with a nutella core.  Nutella is always a nice accent piece to adorn a snack with.  And this fabulous snack/dessert/oatmeal-topping is nut butter on nut butter, which is just joyful.

peanut butter nutella cups | immaEATthat.com

Where to start? I should start by mentioning that these are my most favorite things I’ve made in awhile.  They’re so easy.  I mean, 4 ingredients easy.

I was inspired by Ashley’s Inside-Out Peanut Butter Cups, but scaled down the recipe to just 3 peanut butter cups.  Just 3 cute, little cups to fill your snack and dessert times for the week.  3 for YOU.  All for YOU.  Or you can share. 

 peanut butter nutella cups | immaEATthat.com

So if you’re looking for an after lunch sweet something, this recipe is for you.  In Ashley’s post she mentioned that she likes to chop her peanut butter cups into 1/4ths and keep them in the freezer.  So I’ve been doing the same.  Whenever I need a sweet something to finish a meal I head to the freezer for a couple pieces.  So delish.

peanut butter nutella cups | immaEATthat.com

So.

While I still find Reese’s peanut butter cups to be completely delicious, I think this peanut butter nutella-filled version gives Reese’s a run for their money.

Oh look! A peanut butter pool being made.

peanut butter nutella cups | immaEATthat.com

Peanut Butter Nutella Cups

Yield: 3 peanut butter cups (recipe easily doubled)

Ingredients:

1/3 cup natural peanut butter
1 1/2 tablespoons coconut oil
1 tablespoon powdered sugar
1/4 cup nutella

Directions:

In a microwave-safe bowl, combine peanut butter, coconut oil and powdered sugar.  Microwave mixer until coconut oil melts, about 15 seconds.  Equally divide half of the peanut butter mixture into cupcake liners set in muffin tins.  Freeze for 10 minutes, or until hardened.  Add a scoop of nutella on top of each.  Then pour the remaining peanut butter mixture over the nutella and freeze until hard, about 3o minutes.  EAT!

peanut butter nutella cups | immaEATthat.com

16 comments on “Peanut Butter Nutella Cups”

  1. Whew… another doozy of a delicious looking recipe! :)  I have to admit that I sometimes have to avoid visiting your great blog because there are so many desserts…. too tempting!  But, I’ll be eternally grateful to you for your single serving fudge cake!  I try to eat as little added sugar as possible but I save my daily amount for my nightly fudge cake. I use only a tsp. of honey though.  So delicious and my nightly, healthy indulgence. :)  

  2. Oh my, I love that these are inside out pb cups!  The peanut butter is defiently my favorite part, and the nutella doesn’t hurt either:)

  3. These seem so simple yet so tasty.  So glad I have everything I need for them because they might be made this weekend AKA they will definitely be made this weekend.

  4. I just wanted to let you know how much I love your blog!! I think your attitude and balance and insight is so valuable and healthy and rare. And I think your recipes are fun and diverse and delicious :)

  5. OMG. I love how the peanut butter to chocolate ratio is much bigger with these. :D

  6. do we have to microwave the mixture? bc you said microwave safe (; can’t wait to make this when I get home!!

  7. Peanut butter buckets, haha! I’ll take one of those buckets :) Looks like a fun twist on regular pb cups!

  8. i dont think i can only make 3 and be in peace..i  would definitely quadruple the recipe and have it throughout the day..

  9. Pingback: A Little Somethin' Sunday #20 - Sinful Nutrition

  10. Oh my goodness these look so delicious! I just saw them on food gawker and had to see the recipe! They sound amazing. I definitely need to try making them! Yummmm!!!

  11. Is this recipe only for one peanut butter cup?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to Top