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I've been baking cakes for years and enjoy trying new combinations of flavors and textures. For this recipe, I blended peanut butter and chocolate. As soon as I took the first bite, I knew I had created something divine!—Ronda Schabes, Vicksburg, Michigan
I'm a chocoholic and my kids love peanut butter, so a sweet slice of this cake is a real treat for all of us. A boxed mix cuts down on preparation time for busy moms like me.
-Fran Green, Linden, New Jersey
When her mom was told to avoid sugar and fats, Annette Abbott got busy in Charlotte, North Carolina and whipped up this light, delectable dessert. “Mom loves indulging her sweet tooth while following doctor’s orders,” she laughs.
My dad made sure this dessert was on the menu for Father's Day—or else! This makeover version is great. I can't believe so much fat was cut and it still tastes like the original. —Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho
This is probably the most unusual "pizza" you'll ever see! It's a great dessert for kids, although adults snap it up, too. Everyone loves the chewy crust and the great flavor. Chocolate and peanut butter are a nice combination.
This is my most requested recipe. Folks especially seem to like the fact they can be creative by varying the ingredients. For instance, I sometimes replace the chocolate or peanut butter chips with butterscotch chips.
When I think of this specialty cheesecake, three words come to mind: "decadent," "fun" and "delicious." One bite and I think you'll agree this dessert is pure bliss. —Julie Ruble, Charlotte, North Carolina
“I make these every year and they disappear fast,” writes Giovanna Kranenberg from Cambridge, Minnesota. “They have a lovely snowy look, making them perfect for the holidays!” The make-ahead dough is an added bonus
People regularly request the recipe once they try my peanut butter fudge dipped in melted white chocolate. It's a nice contrast to typical chocolates on a candy platter. —Tall Pines Farm, Gloria Jarrett, Loveland, Ohio