Grandma's Peanut Butter Bars
We have here something that will satisfy all you sweet lovers out there and it's our featured recipe for today, Grandma's Peanut Butter Bars Recipe. It’s the perfect treat to share with the kids in your household during holidays and other special occasions. It’s also a good idea for a gift that you can give to your loved ones. Just place it in a good box with a cute little ribbon tied on it and just like that, you can have something that will show your family and friends your thoughtfulness.
This sweet pastry recipe is also perfect for tea parties. It tastes just like Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, so it’s something that you could pair with coffee, tea and even some hot cocoa. This dessert recipe is so special because it's something that you could pass on to your children and the generations to come.
Dealing with pastry can sometimes be difficult if you don't have any experience baking, but don't worry if you mess up and do not get it the first time you try making it. You will have to make some mistakes first, until eventually you can perfect it. The ingredients will involve some quick-cooking oats, light brown sugar, all purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, butter, peanuts, semi-sweet chocolate chips, egg, sweetened condensed milk and of course, about half a cup of creamy peanut butter.
Before you get too excited in baking these sweet treats, make sure to preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. While your oven is being warmed up, you can now start mixing all the ingredients together in a large bowl, then cut in the butter using a pastry blender or two knives work as well. You want the mixture to resemble fine crumbs. Then stir in the peanuts. Reserve some of the crumb mixture, then stir in the egg into the rest of the crumb mixture. Then press this crumb recipe onto the bottom of a nine inch by thirteen inch baking pan. You will need about half an hour to finish everything. Then bake for fifteen minutes. Stir the sweetened condensed milk and the peanut butter in a small bowl until the two are well combined. Then sprinkle evenly over the peanut butter layer. Bake for about fifteen minutes longer, then cool and cut into bars, and enjoy!
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Peanuts are a popular food that can be eaten raw, and are used for a variety of recipes from peanut butter, cookie recipes, bar recipes, brittle recipe and dessert recipes. Some popular ways to use peanut butter include salted peanuts, and peanut butter in sandwiches often with jam or jelly. Peanut butter is great when you need some protein.
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