Chocolate Peanut Butter Seven Layer Bars
If you are looking for a goodie that is ridiculously yummy stop right here! This recipe for Chocolate Peanut Butter Seven Layer Bars fits the bill. Hey, if you are going to binge out on some Reeses' minis, pretzels, chocolate chips and Reese's peanut butter chips anyways, why open up all the packages, layer them, bake them with some other tasty ingredients and have the dessert of all times! We are talking a seriously addictive, crazy fun, game-changing dessert here. One just has to admire the creativity from some of these home chefs combining so many favorites. Okay, it is overloaded with sugar, but who's watching or judging!
This dessert would be fun to take along to a BBQ or outdoor family picnic. You can be sure the energy level will boost after eating a piece of this and then it is 'Game On'. There should be lots of energy for playing a good game of friends and family soccer or baseball.
Reese's is a part of our culture in North America. The company started in 1921 with a man named Harry Burnett Reese. He developed peanut butter cups and a few other candy bars that he thought both young and old would eat and enjoy. How right he was, and Reese sold his candy company in 1963 to Hershey Foods for a whopping 23.5 million dollars! Now that is a success story. Nutritionally, well, according to the facts of what is in the product, although there are 210 calories and 13 grams of fat in a single milk chocolate peanut butter cup, they also contain 5g of protein and small amounts of calcium and iron. So there you go; there is a little bit of nutritional goodness in a peanut butter cup! But then, when it comes to desserts it is not always about it being particularly what is good for you but more of what tastes good!
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