Baked Sunday Mornings: Chocolate Peanut Butter Fondue

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fondue

Three ingredients + one bowl + a fully functioning set of tastebuds = Baked Sunday Morning success!

I think the fun thing about this week will be seeing what my BSM friends select as their dippers of choice for this rich, sweet fondue, that obviously tastes like peanut butter cups. I, for one, am craving warm weather and summer, so I made myself a S’more. I let my fondue cool in the fridge until it reached a spreadable consistency, then smeared it on a graham cracker and topped it with a toasted marshmallow.

You can find the (ridiculously easy) recipe here! (This recipe is very easy to scale down to size, I used 2 oz chocolate, 6 tbsp peanut butter, 1/2 tbsp cream, and it made about 1/2 cup fondue).

More Baked Sunday Mornings here!

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8 Responses to Baked Sunday Mornings: Chocolate Peanut Butter Fondue

  1. SandraM says:

    Love it! What a great idea. Makes me think it would also be good with an ice cream sandwich!

  2. Sarah says:

    Awesome photograph! Looks scrumptious.

  3. Susan says:

    Very nice, Robyn! Your mom would love the Almond Joy Tart. I was surprised how easily it came together – of course, with the usual *Baked* pile of pots & pans! Enjoy your week!

  4. Candy says:

    What a great idea!

  5. busylizzybakes says:

    Awesome idea!!!

  6. chelly says:

    Looks wonderful!

  7. Krissy says:

    I was wondering how this fondu would be after spending time in the fridge. Looks great!

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