I LOVE peanut butter and when my cousin in Israel recently sent me this recipe I had to try it straight away.
Separately, a good friend of mine who has been living in New York for the past year and thus had access to a regular stash of Reese’s cups which she absolutely loves, came home a couple of weeks ago to London, moaning about the expense of buying Reese’s here. I gave her some of these squares and she said they were as good as Reese’s and she’ll happily eat these instead!
1 jar peanut butter
1 1/4 cups honey
7 cups rice krispies
350g white choc
100g bitter choc
On a low light, melt the chocolate and half of the jar of peanut butter with three tablespoons of water until the mixture is smooth.
Then add the rice krispies and honey.
Spread this on baking paper on a baking tray and then put in either the fridge or freezer while doing the next bit (I put in the fridge).
Melt white chocolate with rest of the peanut butter on a low light until smooth and then spread the mixture over the first layer (the one currently in the fridge).
I didn’t actually do this last bit as I didn’t have bitter chocolate but you are supposed to then melt the bitter chocolate in the microwave and drizzle over the top in a pattern. It is however, absolutely delicious without said bitter chocolate!
Place the finished result in the fridge until hard. Then cut into small squares and either put into little cases to serve or freeze (as it makes loads) until needed.