Chocolate, Dessert, Recipes, Valentines

Peanut Butter Chocolate Hearts

Peanut Butter Chocolate Hearts
Print Friendly

It’s the 10th of January and I am so excited to have our group of talented bloggers back for another blog hop! This month the theme is HEARTS and I just know you are going to love (no pun intended!) these projects that are sure to get your creativity flowing for Valentine’s Day… which is just around the corner! Check out my Chocolate Peanut Butter Hearts and then go see all the other fabulous projects by some of my friends!

Peanut Butter Chocolate Hearts

My husband and I are on tight budgets this year, so I am going to make these for him for Valentines day. They are so cute and will make the perfect gift all wrapped up. :)

Peanut Butter Chocolate Hearts

Peanut Butter Chocolate Hearts
Author: 
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 12
 
My husband and I are on tight budgets this year, so I am going to make these for him for Valentines day. They are so cute and will make the perfect gift all wrapped up. :)
Ingredients
  • (6 oz) of peanut butter
  • ¼ cup butter softened
  • ¼ cup brown sugar
  • 1½ cups of powdered sugar
  • 12 oz chocolate chips (I used milk chocolate)
Instructions
  1. Mix the peanut butter, butter, brown sugar and powdered sugar together.
  2. Melt your chocolate chips in the microwave using a microwave safe bowl, stirring every 45 seconds.
  3. In your heart tray place enough chocolate in the heart to cover the bottom.
  4. Then add 1 to 2 teaspoons of your peanut butter mixture on top of the chocolate.
  5. Cover your peanut butter with more melted chocolate until the heart is full.
  6. Stick in the refrigerator or freezer until hardened.
  7. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator until you are ready to eat them.
  8. If you have extra peanut butter filling you can roll them into 1 inch balls (not any larger).
  9. Stick the dough into the refrigerator until cool.
  10. Next dip them into the melted chocolate.
  11. Set the chocolate coated ball onto wax paper and cool.
  12. Keep in the refrigerator until you are ready to eat them.
  13. Makes about 12 hearts, but it really depends on the size of your mold.

 

 

 

peanut butter choc hearts

 

You can find the heart mold HERE for a great price!

Product Details

krissignature-001_2_2[1][1][1]

 

January Blog Hop Collage

1. Landeelu sharing an Easy Valentine’s Day Wire Heart Garland

2. Little Miss Momma sharing an Easy Heart Envelope Pillow

3. Lolly Jane sharing Glitter Heart Valentine Decor

4. Or So She Says shares Origami Heart Love Notes

5. Simply Kierste sharing Heart Bunting Countdown

6. Six Sisters Stuff sharing Peanut Butter Chocolate Hearts

7. Thirty Handmade Days sharing Printable Valentine’s Day Bookmarks

8. Your Homebased Mom sharing DIY Valentine’s Sharpie Mugs

9. Capturing Joy sharing a Heart Carved Tree Stump

10. eighteen25 sharing Heart Gift Tags

Use ← → keys to browse posts
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Other interesting food sites:

Comments

  1. Leigh Anne Wilkes @YourHomebasedMom says

    These look delicious! Love anything chocolate and peanut butter and being heart shaped makes it even better

  2. Jessie says

    Yum!!! Chocolate in any shape is delish to me… thanks for the recipe, I will be making these for Valentine’s Day. Oh and you might want to check your local 99 cent or Dollar Tree stores for these heart shapes molds… because at $10 ea is a little much for my pockets. I found these at my local Dollar Tree just last week :) and actually… I pretty much see these every year at my local discount store. Just FYI.

  3. Candice says

    I’m so happy I found this! I too am on a budget this year and was looking for something adorable and handmade I could do. When I found these hearts and saw that you had used them for an inexpensive gift I knew I had to make them. I was lucky to get the last heart candy mold pan at Walmart (Jessie I wish I had seen your comment about the dollar store earlier! But I paid $3 for mine so not too bad). I just got done making them and popped them in the freezer, hopefully the s/o will love them tomorrow!

  4. Elizabeth says

    When I made this my mixture wasn’t creamy like yours. It was dry and crumbly. Can you tell me what I did wrong? I followed the recipe but not sure what happened. :(
    Thanks for your help.
    Elizabeth

    • Cyd says

      Hi Elizabeth, we have never had a problem with the peanut butter center being dry. If you used exact measurements. Was your butter totally softened at room temp? Sorry it didn’t work out too well. We make these all the time and they are a family favorite. Be sure your measurements are exact. Too much powdered sugar or brown sugar could dry it out.

Leave a Reply

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


8 + eight =

Rate this recipe: