Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Dough Dip

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This Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Dough Dip will delight your kids, and could be a way to get them to eat some fresh fruit. Use organic peanut butter—and there is no point in using light in this recipe—and go easy on the Reese’s minis, and you may have a chance of the kids not screaming their way to the ceiling with this one. It is a sweet, buttery, and sugary blend that does include some good stuff. It is quick and easy to make so why not let your aspiring baker try it? It is easiest made in a mixer or blender, but could probably also be blended by hand if everything is at room temperature.

The good things in this recipe include the peanut butter and the cream cheese. These ingredients add protein, dairy (calcium), and various vitamins and minerals to the dish. Use organic peanut butter, which does not usually have any added sugar. You won’t need it here. Serve this dish with both fruit and vegetables. Kids may like this recipe with celery, cucumber, apples, oranges, bananas, and a whole lot of other fruit that you could serve. And sometimes, any way you can get them to eat their fruits and veggies is a good way.

Try this recipe when you have little helping hands near by. They will love watching the cream cheese and peanut butter blending together, and they will certainly help pour in the Reese’s minis (minus a few tasty bites for their labor). The recipe recommends pretzels as a side for dipping, and the salt will contrast nicely against the sweet. Remember, though, plenty of fruits and veggies so the little ones have something in their tummies to slow down the absorption of the sugar. Enjoy this fun dish sparingly.

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