Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Brownie Pudding
There is nothing quite like a slow cooker chocolate dessert like this Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Brownie Pudding recipe for instance. You’re going to be swept by the fudge factor that is so gooey, warm, barely raw in the center all of which add to the deliciousness of this easy brownie recipe. Don’t be surprised if you start eating this gooey brownie pudding straight from the slow cooker with a spoon, over and over because that is expected. The fact that there are peanut butter chips in these easy brownies makes them a tad bit more nutritious because of the protein content. If you’re allergic to nuts, you can substitute the peanut butter chips with either butterscotch or caramel chips. This dessert is wonderful even if you eat it on its own or better yet when you add a scoop of chilled vanilla ice cream on top while it’s still warm. An easy and delicious dessert that uses just six ingredients comes together so effortlessly and can be called one of the best dessert recipes that will have your guests wanting for more.
This recipe uses a cake-mix so you can choose a devil’s cake mix or a brownie mix and there are no rules. If you prefer making a cake-mix from scratch at home, you can combine the dry ingredients of your favorite chocolate cake recipe and use that as a cake mix on its own. Store-bought cake mixes are sure enough easy to work with and save time, but the downside of them is the fact that they are loaded with preservatives and artificial flavors that are neither healthy nor taste any better than homemade ones. While it is good to use store-bought cake mixes in moderation, it is a better option any day to prepare a homemade cake-mix. To make extra chewy brownies add an extra egg or two and use a combination of semi-sweet and unsweetened chocolate chips. As a dairy-free and vegan option for the chocolate in this recipe, you can use Ghirardelli semi-sweet chocolate chips. Using quality ingredients is important if you want that luscious depth of flavor. To add triple chocolate flavor into this recipe, you can add dark chocolate chips or cocoa powder. You could also add walnuts, macadamia or pecans since nuts go well with brownies and also adds a richer taste. The options are countless with such a versatile recipe like this one.
Peanut butter is very high in vitamin B6, which helps in maintaining blood sugar levels. Did you know that peanut butter is cholesterol free? Peanut butter dessert recipes are fancy but easy desserts to make because it’s inexpensive and can be found all through the year at grocery stores. Always choose a brand of peanut butter that is in pure form without any additives like sugar, corn syrup, salt, canola or palm oil. What’s even better is if you go for organic peanut butter that is GMO-free. Alternately, you can also make peanut butter in your kitchen by crushing roasted peanuts together in a food processor until the oil oozes out of the peanuts and churn them further for a smoother consistency if you want. You can use homemade peanut butter up to a week.
This Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Brownie Pudding recipe is thick, gooey, fudgy and chocolaty, and the best brownie recipe ever. Thank you to Dorothy at the Crazy For Crust food blog for sharing this homemade Peanut Butter brownies recipe with us. Do check out Dorothy’s blog for the very best dessert recipes ever. Make this heavenly brownie pudding and relish it today!
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