Welcome Home Bars are something that my mom started making many years ago, and our family has been in love with them ever since. I have seen these bars a lot with the name magic bars lately. To us though, they will always be known as Welcome Home Bars. I decided to create a fun spin on these, and make these Heath Magic Bars. These delicious treats take only a few minutes to put together and then just pop them in the oven and enjoy! They have a graham cracker crust, sweetened condensed milk, Heath toffee bits and chocolate chips. Try this recipe out today!
These Brie & Cranberry Crescent Bites take just a few minutes to put together, but the flavor combination is OUT OF THIS WORLD! These are a great snack to make for holiday gatherings, and they always fly off the plate. If you are short on time or even unskilled in the kitchen, this is a great recipe for you!
Have you ever made Muddy Buddies, or Puppy Chow around the holidays? If so, you are probably a huge chocolate and peanut butter fan like myself. If you have made Muddy Buddies before, you probably know that the VERY BEST bites are those clumps that get stuck together. Those clumps always have more chocolate and peanut butter in them, and they are SOOOO GOOD! I decided to simplify the Muddy Buddy recipe, while also ensuring that each bite is that amazing ratio of chocolate and peanut butter to cereal that I love. Try out my Muddy Buddy Bars recipe today!
Have you ever tried Christmas Crack? It is this AMAZING saltine cracker candy with a caramelized center and chocolate coating that is just irresistible! I recently made a recipe for Halloween Crack, which is just Christmas Crack with Halloween sprinkles. I decided I wanted to do a fun new twist on this dessert, so I made it with my favorite flavor combo – chocolate and peanut butter! This Chocolate Peanut Butter Crack has the same sweet and salty combo, but with peanut butter chips AND chocolate chips and it is topped with Reese’s Pieces. Try it out today!
My absolute favorite childhood food was a classic PB&J, and I can definitely be found enjoying them from time to time even now! This PB&J Smoothie Bowl has all of the great flavors of the sandwich, but in a healthier version. This smoothie bowl is thicker than a traditional smoothie, and I feel like enjoying it out of a bowl with a spoon makes it even more satisfying. You can top these smoothie bowls with any of your favorite toppings. I like to add even more fresh fruit, an extra drizzle of peanut butter and chia seeds. This is a super quick and easy recipe that is also incredibly good for you. You can even trick your kids into thinking it is ice cream!
If you are as obsessed with all the Reese’s shapes as I am, you will go crazy for these Peanut Butter & Chocolate Christmas Cutouts! You can make these into any shape you want (they don’t have to be Christmas themed!), and you can decorate them as much as you want. These are great to give as gifts, to add to cookie trays, for holiday gatherings or just to enjoy at home!
Welcome Home Bars are something that my mom started making many years ago, and our family has been in love with them ever since. I have seen these bars a lot with the name magic bars lately. To us though, they will always be known as Welcome Home Bars. These delicious treats take only a few minutes to put together and then just pop them in the oven and enjoy! They have a graham cracker crust, sweetened condensed milk and both peanut butter and chocolate chips. Try this recipe out today!
Peanut butter cookies have always been one of my favorites! I feel like they are a timeless classic that will never go out of style. I wanted to take my basic Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies and do something a little more fancy with them, so I made these Chocolate Chip Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies. To make these, you will make my cookies, and then dip them halfway in melted chocolate. I then like to decorate them with some edible gold balls, sprinkles or even crushed nuts. These are super easy but also beautiful cookies that are great to give as a gift.
If this isn’t your first visit to Hungry Six, you probably already know that I am absolutely obsessed with anything involving a combination of chocolate and peanut butter. If you do not go crazy for this flavor combo, well you should just skip to the next recipe. Otherwise, these Chocolate Peanut Butter Krispies are right up your alley! This recipe is a decadent twist on classic Rice Krispy Treats. Making these takes only a few minutes, and no oven is necessary!
These Reese’s Stuffed Mini Cookies are one of those cookie recipes that you will use again and again. I always find myself making these cookies around the holidays. They are great to give as a gift or just to make for your family. Delicious chocolate chip cookies are stuffed with miniature Reese’s to create an irresistible and ultra popular cookie that everyone is sure to love!