Peanut Butter Fudge
Peanut butter has long been added to chocolate or fudge to make a new taste sensation. These recipes for peanut butter and fudge brownies can - and should - be used for any occasion.
Let these peanut-butter-and-chocolate bars cool completely before cutting. If you cut them while they are still warm, moisture will escape as steam and the brownies may be dry.
Cut these extra-rich, fudgy bars into 64 pieces to satisfy hungry co-workers or party guests.
Who was the clever cook who figured out how to make peanut butter cookies? Well, the chain of events goes something like this: in the early 1900s, an Alabama scientist named George Washington Carver tried to convince Southern farmers that peanut plants were a good replacement for the dying cotton crops, and to prove how versatile the peanut could be, created many recipes using chopped peanuts as an ingredient...cookies among them. Then came the commercial invention of peanut butter in the 1920s, and shortly after that baking companies such as Pillsbury began publishing recipes for peanut butter ball cookies. A star was born.
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