Layered Chocolate Marshmallow Peanut Butter Brownies
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 20 min. + chilling
This is a great recipe and a hit with the family! Recipe has been updated with the milk measurements, don't mind the bad reviews due to a simple mistake.
bosque, no mind readers here. It states the amount not amounts in the ingredients list 1/3 CUP 2% MILK and it's added in step 4.
Are you supposed to be a mind reader on amounts of milk
This looks like a good recipe but I will never know because an englands best ad covers half the recipe.
I made these bars with creamy peanut butter and chocolate chips in the topping instead of the cocoa because I ran out and they were really good! I was really afraid the topping would be really chewy but its not at all. Would definitely make again!
I gave it 5 stars for flavor but I feel like I missed something because there is nothing cakey about the brownie layer. Not the texture I prefer. I think next time I'll just use my own recipe for the brownie layer.
This recipe was not bad but it wasn't good either; it just tasted like peanut butter. I did not even taste the chocolate in the brownie or the icing.
This was SO yummy. We had a hard time waiting for the peanut butter to harden so our topping was not as smooth as I would have liked. Next time, I need to make it when the teenagers are not home and drooling. The smell truly was heavenly and the taste was too. Definitely worth keeping and baking again soon! (To answer an earlier question; baking soda nor baking powder was needed.)
I made these a birthday treat for my office and my co-workers practically inhaled them. They are very rich and decadent but pretty easy. When they say medium low heat for the marshmallow layer, they mean it. I turned mine down pretty low after my first attempt separated.
I took these to a cookout over the holiday weekend and they were such a hit. I would definitely make them again. Yummy