Recipe: Peanut Butter Fluff

I am going to share a fantastic dessert that will be a huge hit with everyone at the party. It is very easy to make and only needs 5 items. I don’t know if this dessert is floating about anywhere else on the web but I like to claim it as my own. I made it one day at work. I have never made it at home before but did and it came out nicely. I hope you enjoy it. If you love peanut butter like I do then I know you will.

Peanut Butter Fluff

  • 1 8 oz tub of cool whip
  • 1 10 oz tub of cool whip vanilla frosting
  • 1 cup of creamy peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons of chocolate syrup
  • 8 large Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups

Prep time : 10-15 minutes

Servings: 10-12 servings

In a large bowl, mix the cool whip and the cool whip frosting together. The recipe calls for a full tub of the cool whip vanilla frosting but that can be changed. When I first made this up, I used only half the container. It worked out nicely and the finished project left it creamy and not too thick. We’ll be adding peanut butter to it and that you know will add more of a thickness. It is all up to you. Using less and the servings will be altered just a bit. Use it all and you’ll add a few more servings and have a thicker, peanut butter dessert.

After the items are mixed well, add in the peanut butter. It should have a light brown color when you’re finished mixing it together. Pour in two tablespoons of chocolate syrup. Again, you are welcome to use more. The more syrup you use in the dessert, the darker the fluff will become. Plus it will be really, really  chocolaty! Take 8 Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and chop them in to tiny pieces. Add it to the mix and stir once more. I highly recommend you purchase the big bag of Reese’s. You’ll want to decorate the top of your dessert with some style. When you’re finished with the decorating, you can eat the rest of the cups without feeling guilty. After you finish stirring the pieces in, the dessert is finished! It is that simple!  Serve then or chill in the refrigerator till dinner time.

The fluff can be served really anyway you want. You can leave it in the bowl and just serve it as a dessert alone. You can make a giant pie with a cool whip topping, Reese’s cups, and chocolate syrup. Dip a cookie in them. Even make mini single pies to serve at a party of after dinner. Use your imagination for how you want to serve it. I like to just eat it as a side but for the purpose of this entry, I set them in a mini pie crust with some cool whip, a Reese’s and a drizzle of chocolate syrup. Hope you enjoy it!

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