Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

First of all, I just wanna say thanks for all your awesome comments on my last post, after my rant about writing and pinterest, hahaha! It’s so easy to let negative feedback cancel out all the happiness I get from all the lovely comments in like 0.001 seconds.

Anywho, today, I’ve got a post full to the BRIM with goodness.

PB & Ps from No Bake Makery, by Cristina Suarez Krumsick.

Guys, that’s peanut butter, pretzels and chocolate!? AND its no bake!? AND a giveaway!? whaaaaa??

AND LOOKIT the styled photos are back!

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

(many, many photos..)

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

I was kinda scared to get back into the whole styled set up, seeming as I’ve been used to photographing things this way pretty much once a week, for almost 2 years (“whattttt??” mate I know, it’s almost been two years now. Totally weird.), and then just having this month long break from it. But I think it was good for me to have a break; editing photos in lightroom was actually more enjoyable again, rather than being a mega task and a half.

I just got to chill, edit the photos and watch some Breaking Bad (which is SUCH a good show. WOAH.).

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

What made everything even better was how stress free and ridoncs fast it was to make these. They’re basically like peanut butter cups, but WITH pretzels thrown in.

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

They’re actually even easier to make than peanut butter cups because there’s none of that annoying chocolate coating of multiple paper liners going on; you just put it all into the pan and BAM! Crunchy, salty-sweet candy bars.


Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

Cos, seriously, when those hot days (which, sadly, have been pretty rare here recently..) arrive, and you’re all “no ovens. no. no ovens. please. don’t turn that oven on. No seriously. What are you doing, turn the oven off, TURN IT OFF!!” (I’m hoping you know what I mean here, haha), but you want sugar, and that jar of raisins is not the sugar fix you need, I have to say that no-bake desserts are simply going to happen.

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

So when the lovely people over at Grand Central Publishing offered to send me a copy of No Bake Makery, and another copy for a giveaway, I was pretty physched.


The 80 recipes (all of which have a photo, WOOH! I love it when there are photos for each recipe) are divided into categories of Truffles, Clusters & Bark, Fudge & Bars, Mini Pies & Cakes, Cold Cravings & Pudding, Candy & Cookies and Breakfast for Dessert.

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

Some of the recipes which caught my eye are Cinnalmond Bites (there’s oreos and cinnamon cereal in them..come onnnn), maple pecan bites (If you know me well ,you know maple + pecan is my no.1 flavour combo that I will never get over), S’mores bark, Pecamel fudgy bars (pecan caramel and chocolate fudge. WOAH) and Cornflake fudge pie. There are SO many more buuut I’m not going to spoil it for you hahah ๐Ÿ˜‰

You can get up to 5 entries in the giveaway for your own copy of No Bake Makery!

Just answer the question (seen in the Rafflecopter box below) for one entry. For the additional entries, just follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter box below (which I think, if you’re viewing this via e-mail or RSS, you will have to click through to this site to see.)

The giveaway is now over! Thanks everyone that entered, I’ll be announcing and contacting the winner soon! ๐Ÿ™‚

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(The giveaway is open to US residents only)

The giveaway ends on the 6th of June at 12am (London time), when winner will be randomly selected, announced on here in the Rafflecopter box, and contacted via their provided e-mail address shortly afterwards.

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars

Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars


– When I can’t be bothered to temper chocolate properly, but I don’t want to get that ugly cacao butter bloom from untempered chocolate I use a cheat method (you get kinda shiny, non-bloom-y smooth chocolate):I chop up the chocolate as finely as I can be bothered, then it into a heat proof bowl. I then pour a small amount of boiling water into another, slightly larger bowl, let it cool a bit, then put the smaller bowl of chocolate into the larger bowl. Let it sit for a bit, and stir it around gently until it has all melted. If you find that the water has cooled too much in order to melt the chocolate fully, just pour out the cold water and replace with more boiling water.

– In the book, these are known as PB & Ps, I’ve just called them Peanut Butter and Pretzel bars for the sake of ease of recognition in my recipe index, and SEO (which is totally boring blogger stuff that would make you roll your eyes.. :/ )

Peanut Butter and Pretzel Bars (known as PB & Ps in the book)

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Servings: 20 bars


  • 3 cups salted mini pretzels
  • 1 cup salted creamy peanut butter
  • 2 tbsp unsalted butter , , softened
  • 1/4 cup packed , , light brown sugar
  • 10 tbsp (1/2 cup + 2 tbsp) powdered sugar
  • 1 1/2 cups chopped milk chocolate


  • Line an 8 x 8" baking pan with foil, coat with non stick spray. Set aside.
  • Roughly crush 2 cups of the mini pretzels, either by pulsing in a food processor, or buy putting them into a sandwich bag and crushing them with a rolling pin.
  • Combine the peanut butter, butter and sugars in a small bowl, then stir in the crushed pretzels. Press this mixture evenly into the lined pan, and chill for 20 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, temper the milk chocolate (see notes) and pour over the chilled peanut butter mixture, using a rubber spatula to spread it evenly and smooth it out.
  • Tap the pan against a hard surface to even out the chocolate a bit more.
  • Place 20 mini pretzels evenly in a grid pattern on top of the chocolate (they'll be your guide for cutting the bars). Leave at room temperature until the chocolate has set.
  • Lift the foil out of the pan with the bars, peel the foil off, then using a sharp knife, cut into squares.
Tried this recipe?Let me know how it went! Mention @izyhossack or tag #topwithcinnamon!

239 thoughts on “Peanut Butter & Pretzel Bars”

  1. Peanut butter and chocolate is BY FAR one of my favorite flavor combinations! The sweet and salty is just undeniably tasty. And, seriously, Breaking Bad is AMAZING. One of those series you just can’t stop watching.

  2. Caitlin Hicks

    These LOOK amazing. I was actually just gathering the ingredients for something similar that should be on my blog SOON! However… no bake is winning my heart.


  3. I would like to say that peanut butter and chocolate isn’t my favorite, but it is. I’ll add that butterscotch and peanut butter is awesome, as is peanut butter and…wait for it…pretzel. Haha.

  4. peanut butter and strawberry preserves! ultimate combo. But I don’t say no to peanut butter anything, basically. These look delicious!

  5. Melinda @cookingalamel

    Peanut butter and chocolate hands down.. peanut butter and apples.. peanut butter and graham crackers. I love me some peanut butter. Gorgeous photos, as per usual. Breaking Bad is probably one of the only hit TV shows that I’ve never been able to get into.. probably the follow-the-rules pharmacist within me prevents that, haha. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. Oh peanut butter… I love it in everything , but with some chocolate, and maybe in ice cream , now we’re talking !

  7. Omg!!! These look so goooooood!!!!! ๐Ÿ™‚ I wish I could just pick one right from these photographs and start munching away! ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ˜€

  8. Rossi @ A Baking Girl

    Peanut butter and chocolate is obviously the number one flavor combo (duh!) but I’m also pretty partial to peanut butter and banana pairings

  9. I am able to resist chocolate; but once pretzels get involved, I can’t resist. I am gonna hafta make these.

  10. alexandra @ sweet betweens [blog]

    I love peanut butter and chocolate, of course. But pb + banana, pb + strawberry jam, pb + chai spices..I could go on and on. I clearly like pb! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for the giveaway!

  11. Chocolate and peanut butter! Peanut butter and pretzels come in at a very close second!

  12. Oh geez! I just love peanut butter. Scooping it out of the jar with pretzels, with chocolate, eating it with Nutella, putting it on a banana… I could go on and on!

  13. Emily Olivia Tapp

    Choc and peanut butter. Oh, but it has to be super dark chocolate. Mmmm.

  14. Ermagaaad these are amazing! I love your styles photos its like my very own subscription to a glossy good magazine without the price tag!!


    Katie <3

  15. Belinda @themoonblushbaker

    I might not be biggest peanut butter and chocolate fan but I am excited about the pretzel and chocolate combo! I swear you have no reason to be negative, you produce such stunning work every time you post.

  16. DELICIOUS!! I’m loving that your styled photos are back, such a great source of inspiration and you have a talent of making them look realistic (is that possible?)
    These would go down a treat in my house as all my fan are total PB addicts!!
    x x x

  17. WOW! I love it! I’m totally carzy about peanut butter so it’s my paradise! And this cookbook looks so lovely, I’d like to try all of the recipes ๐Ÿ™‚ <3

  18. I eat peanut butter and granny smith apples. And peanut butter on rice cakes or any sort of cracker. And on chocolate digestives. My favourite though is an English muffin with crunchy peanut butter on one side and really runny raspberry jam on the other. When they sandwich together some crazy melty magic happens! What I am really trying to say is I LOVE PEANUT BUTTER!

  19. These are so cute. I love the uniformity of one pretzel per square and your photos are ahhhhhhhmazing!

  20. these are so adorable! i would try to put some nutella in there, too. nutella + peanut butter. is a win. every single time.

  21. marcie@flavorthemoments

    These look delicious! I love everything about them. You cannot go wrong with any of these flavors!

  22. Peanut butter and oreos are my favorite peanut butter flavor combo (soooo good but you wouldn’t expect it!)

    btw these photos are beautiful and I am going to make these the minute I am done with classes.

  23. ahw I wish I could use any peanut butter before my daddy eats it all ๐Ÿ™
    btw Izy I wrote you a message on facebook, I wonder have you got it or not ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar

    These look freaking amazing! My fav PB combo is PB+Chocolate too! Yum!

  25. Are you kidding? Peanut butter goes with everything! I love it with chocolate, honey, marshmallow fluff, and on all sorts of fruits and veggies (especially apples!).

  26. PB, Chocolate, Pretzels, and vanilla malt ice cream.

    /Why yes, I am a Chubby Hubby. Why do you ask?

  27. Peanut butter and chocolate of course! Though it’s hard to go wrong with peanut butter.

  28. This book and these pretzel noms look AMAZING…omg
    and you’re right about the oven in the summer…we are not besties in the heat, the oven and I

  29. lauren taylor

    oops. i just saw there was a question to leave a comment… i love peanut butter with chocolate. or bananas!

  30. I just LOVE peanut butter and banana! I eat the two together for a snack all the time.

  31. Peanut butter and chocolate is definitely my number one combo, but I am very partial to peanut butter and bananas, esp in banana cream pie.

  32. Can’t go wrong with peanut butter & chocolate or even adding banana in there with it.

  33. Hey, whaddaya mean US residents only???

    “Made with lovin’, not the oven” totally cracked me up and I thought woah I NEED this book.

    And now I find – living in Germany – that I can’t.

    Oh bugger.

    Anyways, love your recipe and the new old photostyle.

  34. I’m a combo lover: chocolate + peanut butter; banana + honey; cinnamon + chili; and then chocolate + anything.
    I love these bars and I love no bake treats. Thank you, more please.

  35. Peanut Butter and a dark salted caramel chocolate are great. Could add banana or any fruit to go with it.
    Yummy. Thanks

  36. Any combo of peanut butter and chocolate is fantastic! I love the salty sweet combo….. for better or worse!

  37. i love peanut butter & pretzels, and can’t get enough of peanut butter chocolate combos

  38. I always love your posts, but this one hits a very special place. Peanut butter and chocolate are great and all, but OH MY GOD PRETZELS TOO? Genius! Love it!

  39. Ive been having whole wheat toast with natural pb & wondering why I dont have it more often ๐Ÿ™‚ I also have banana & pb ice cream quite often!! I pretty much love pb!

  40. PB AND PRETZELS!!!? Is there anything better? I think not! This is such a clever book love it!

  41. I like eating really dark, dark chocolate pieces dipped into peanut butter occasionally.

  42. That’s so funny. I was just looking around the house for a no bake recipe for something sweet. This’ll be perfect. (The ovens are not allowed to go on; 90 degree heat, it’s HOT)

  43. Oh yes, with hot Texas summer approaching, a book like this is exactly what I need to survive! “Oven” becomes a four letter word (which, yes, I know, it is anyway) in our household once the temperatures sore.

  44. My favorite flavors with peanut butter is to get a big ol’ spoon of PB and dip it in a bag of white chocolate chips and milk chocolate chips! Maybe more than one time!

  45. Makeup Morsels

    I love peanut butter and banana! In smoothies or ice cream or just a big spoonful of PB with my banana. Thanks for the giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚

  46. Rachel (Teacher-Chef)

    YUM – we are having nice warm temps here and I hated having to turn on my oven, these look so absolutely delicious. Peanut Butter and Chocolate are some of my favorite combinations – throw in those pretzels and we are in heaven!

  47. My favorite peanut butter combo would have to be peanut butter and bananas. That combo just can never get better, especially on some white bread and then warmed.

  48. Diane {Created by Diane}

    well I really love jelly with peanut butter, sandwiches, cookies, cupcakes yep I like it almost as much as chocolate with peanut butter

  49. Peanut butter and cookie dough, you can’t beat a good peanut butter cookie!

  50. Let’s see…pb & chocolate, pb & apples, pb & bacon! Ooh, pb rice krispy treats, another no-bake sweet ๐Ÿ™‚

  51. Not sure that I could pick just one favorite for pairing with my peanut butter, but I’ll go with strawberry jelly. I also LOVE PB cookies and how well it works for Thai-inspired dishes!

  52. Um, chocolate is the best match for peanut butter, obviously! Always and forever. When I was little I loved peanut butter and honey sandwiches, though. Also peanut butter and marshmallow fluff.

  53. peanutbutter and chocolate and peanutbutter and honey and the old favorite peanutbutter and jelly. hmm. or peanutbutter right out of the jar.

  54. Peanut butter and chocolate is one of those unbeatable flavour combinations. Lately, I have been making treats with peanut butter and chocolate-hazelnut. Yum!

  55. Oh my god, these bars are SO deliciously cute. And no-bake anything โ€” yes please, right now. We went from super cold and rainy to 90 GD degrees yesterday, and soooo humid. Give me a break!

    Also, bouncing back to the last post, someone actually left me a comment on Wednesday that said “Iโ€™d like to see the recipe first and your comments afterward!”…..WHAT. It’s a plague sweeping the world! I still haven’t approved it because I’m trying to figure out how to respond to it. ๐Ÿ˜›

    And cornflake fudge pie……………..OMFG.

    1. A propos to what? Who puts their recipes first anyway? Seriously.

      Anyway, Izy, about your last post, take it as a compliment! The bigger you get, the harder it is to please everyone. Also, haters gonna hate. Also, you should just do what makes you happy. Okay, enough wisdom from me today. I need to start collecting no-bake desserts like this one. I’m sold on anything that’s like a peanut butter cup!!! And like Carey mentioned, we got hit with some summer weather yesterday and it was gross, smelly, and sticky. Not fun.

  56. It’s so weird, I feel like it was yesterday I was complaining about turning on the oven and all you Northern Hemisphere types were cooking soups and pies and hot chocolate! It’s basically my life’s goal to move hemisphere and be seasonally in-sync with the blogging world haha ๐Ÿ˜›

    For me, Peanut butter and honey on mountain bread is like the best thing. Ever. Though I made some pretty awesome choc-chip peanut butter cookies the other day, and PB on a banana is like my breakfast default, Peanut Butter and Honey ALWAYS wins!

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  58. My fave is chocolate and peanut butter with banana. Sometimes I make frozen banana bites: you chop up bananas, drench them in chocolate and peanut butter, and freeze ’em!

  59. Chocolate and peanut butter is hands down the best combo (seriously, what doesn’t taste better with chocolate?) But in a close second is peanut butter and raspberry! I love adding a bunch of fresh raspberries and a spoonful of PB to my oatmeal in the morning.

  60. Just looked at the picture before reading the blog and said to myself, “peanut butter, chocolate and pretzels! amazing mix!”
    So yes, peanut butter and chocolte (I like dark) is my choice.

  61. I am making these currently and am having trouble fitting 20 pretzels into an 8″ x 8″ pan. Also, having the rows 4 pretzels by 5 pretzels would make the bars rectangular when you cut them (yours look square) Are you sure the pan size is correct? ( I definitely have mini pretzels). Thanks!

    1. I trimmed them into squares for the photos so they’d look better. I definitely was able to fit all the pretzels in, but it would probably vary depending on the size of them. In the UK food tends to be smaller than in the US in general, so I’m guessing that mini pretzels here are probably smaller than there. Just fit as many as you can in and cut them up, it doesn’t really affect the bars ๐Ÿ™‚

  62. Peanut Butter is pretty much good with anything and everything, but a favorite combination is definitely peanut butter & chocolate or peanut butter & fluff! Yum!

  63. I think I’m kind of a traditionalist when it comes to peanut butter. I love it with honey!

  64. my favorite treat is to spread peanut butter & nutella on a graham cracker. oh man…i have no self control! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  65. Peanut btter and chocolate is the best! the only thing that could make these better is some caramel.

  66. Peanut butter, banana, and honey or peanut butter, pretzels and chocolate, so these are perfect!

  67. OMG! I think I love anything with Peanut Butter. Can’t go wrong with PB + Chocolate. I also love PB + Apple.

  68. My ultimate peanut butter combo is chocolate and peanut butter. I mean come on!!! ๐Ÿ™‚ My runner ups are peanut butter and banana and peanut butter with apple and cinnamon. Delish!!

  69. Maria Hanrahan

    Peanut butter/chocolate, pb/banana, or pb/choc/banana win me over every time!

  70. I absolutely adore anything with peanut butter or chocolate, especially peanut butter AND chocolate! Chocolate cake with peanut butter icing? MMMMMMMM

  71. Ashley - Baker by Nature

    Dude, just started watching breaking bad last night – SO good. I got through 4 episodes, and I’m thinking season 1 is going to be dominated today. If only I had some of these pb pretzel bars to nibble during the show, I’d be in heaven!

  72. Ooooo – always peanut butter and chocolate. But peanut butter and honey is a really close 2nd. Also, given that it’s 88 degrees today, I NEEDED a no bake recipe! Thank you!

  73. The classic peanut butter and chocolate is my favorite!! Although peanut butter and banana is a close second ๐Ÿ™‚

  74. Peanut butter and chocolate is a given! But I’d love to try peanut butter and marshmallow fluff that everyone talks about ๐Ÿ™‚

  75. Oops! Forgot the combo. Peanut butter, bananas & chocolate, especially in a milkshake.

  76. Oh MY!! I’m definitely going to be buying pretzels on my next grocery store trip. The bars look delicious and are totally adorable as well. I think there’s just nothing better than peanut butter , dark chocolate and bananas together, it’s seriously one of the best flavor combinations.

  77. They look absolutely cute as heck! Loving the pretzel heart kiss on each one. My fella would devour the entire stack of these, I’m sure! He’s a PB fiend ๐Ÿ™‚

  78. Susan Galasso

    These bars look delish! And since it hit 90 here at my home in the mountains of NE PA, I’m all for no-bake!

  79. Peanut Butter and banana with maybe a little bacon for that sweet and salty and decadent taste.

  80. Chocolate of course! I am dying to try pb with bacon though… and chocolate too ๐Ÿ˜‰

  81. Renee @ Awesome on $20

    I love chocolate and peanut butter, but I also love peanut butter and pretzels, so these are pretty much perfect.

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  83. I LOVE anything with “peanut butter and jelly” flavors, even more than PB&J sandwiches!

  84. Lately for breakfast I’ve loved wheat toast, peanut butter, and bananas! Delicious and high in protein!

  85. By far my favorite is peanut butter, pancakes, a sunny side egg, and sausage or bacon sandwich smothered in warm maple syrup. But a close second is peanut butter and banana on a rice cake.

  86. Rebecca Murray

    What an awesome combo! I also love peanut butter with bananas. I’ll often intentionally give myself too much peanut butter for the banana so that I have an excuse to eat the rest with pretzels! =P

  87. I absolutely love these photos. The textures are amazing (and I’m sure they’re fantastic to eat as well!). Such a great combo, too. And the idea of a no-bake cookbook is excellent!

  88. I love peanut butter with banana….chocolate….apples…oatmeal….yogurt……I just love peanut butter ๐Ÿ™‚

  89. Those look so decadent. I love peanut butter with chocolate, but honey is probably even dearer to my palate.

  90. Oats! whether it’s in oatmeal, oat bars, quick bread with oat flour….it’s so good.

  91. Clearly pb & chocolate is the bomb. It’s 90+ degrees today in Massachusetts, so this no bake recipe book sounds amazing!

  92. Peanut butter, chocolate and pretzels are the jackpot of my favorite combo! If I don’t win a copy of the book, I have clipped it to purchase! I know exactly what you mean about not turning on the oven.

  93. I am in the PB and chocolate camp although a good PB and honey or jam sandwich is always appreciated.

  94. PB and anything. chocolate is yummy. granola is great. my fav snack is apple slices smothered in peanut butter.

  95. Peanut butter is literally my favorite food. My most recent discovery is the joy of peanut butter and dolce de leche- you wouldn’t think to combine the two, but they are outrageous together!

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  97. Jenn Baker (@jbakernyc)

    I’m a fan of anything with chocolate and peanut butter. But I have become quite addicted to PB and pretzels. Also kitchen sink/cowboy cookies are a delight because it mixes PB and oatmeal and chocolate chips into a deliciously flavor-packed cookie!

  98. Mmmm….apples and peanut butter!! Or toffee and peanut butter are my favorite combos!

  99. There are flavors you can put with peanut butter other than just chocolate? Who knew? Just kidding. I love to dip apples in peanut butter, but my favorite PB combo flavor is simply chocolate.

  100. jodye @ chocolate and chou fleur

    As if peanut butter cups aren’t addictive enough on their own, you have to go and throw delicious, salty, crunchy pretzels into the mix. Now I’m really in trouble. I’ll have to hide them from myself! P.s., I’m loving the return of the styled photos. They’re so beautiful!

  101. And she’s baaaaack! Tell me about it–NO ovens, please. It’s a good 90 degrees F here nowadays, but it’ll be epic chill time with PB&P. ๐Ÿ™‚

  102. I love peanut butter and chocolate! Throw some fudge in there and some chocolate chunks and it is a winner!

  103. Heather @ Bake, Run, Live

    I love the combination of peanut butter, chocolate, and caramel!

  104. Yum!!! Peanut butter, pretzels, and chocolate are 3 of my favorite things… I’m constantly bookmarking recipes that have those ingredients in the title!

  105. Amanda Thompson

    Well, peanut butter with chocolate and peanut butter with jelly are my favs!

  106. what DOESN’T peanut butter go with? peanut butter and strawberry preserves might be the classic winning combo for me, though. smooth and mellow peanut butter with bright and sweet strawberries? nothing quite like it.

    love the blog! your photos are bomb!

  107. Peanut butter, chocolate, and pretzels?!?! My faves right there!!!! …of course Nutella thrown into the mix would be DE-lish!!

  108. Whoa. Hell to the yeah. I love peanut butter and chocolate AND peanut butter and apples. Yum!

  109. Peanut butter and chocolate (of course), and peanut butter with salted caramel. Cheers for American excess! Yum.

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  113. I made these today and followed your recipe EXACTLY. The problem that I had is that the pb layer did not harden like you show in your pictures. It stayed quite soft. The flavors were great though. Did you crush two cups of pretzels (as your recipe says) or did you use 2 cups of crushed pretzels?

  114. I’m sorry to report that I made these a few days ago and while the flavor was good, mine also did not harden very well at all. I had to put them in the fridge to make them not somewhat melty and soft from the peanut butter. Once they were in the fridge I tried taking them back out but once they were at room temperature they became soft again so this was not a good treat for transporting. But they look pretty!

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  122. Hey Izy, I made these as well. While the flavor was good, the bottom never hardened, even after freezing it. And then, since they were frozen, the chocolate on top was way too hard and I had to bite them with my back teeth– not very enjoyable! But keep on keepin’ on, I love your blog/ your instagram page/ etc. You are great at what you do!

  123. Has anyone tried making these yet? I did today and only used a about 1/4 cup powedered sugar since I thought they would be sweet enough and didn’t need much more. Turned out delicious, however as soon as they hit room temp the bottoms are completely soft. Do not keep shape and really messy. Does the powdered sugar really make that difference or is something else going wrong?

    1. Think about it kind of like frosting – if you added half the amount of powdered sugar than usual the frosting would be mainly butter and so would be softer. Add more powdered sugar and the frosting gets firmer and thicker! If you keep them in the fridge they should be absolutely fine with the 1/4 cup of sugar ๐Ÿ™‚

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