Calling all peanut butter lovers! These recipes with peanut butter chips are a great way to celebrate peanut butter.
From cheesecake and brownies to muffins and bread, these sweets infuse decadent peanut butter flavors into your bakes.
If you’re in the mood for dessert but don’t feel like indulging, I also have you covered.
You can satisfy your peanut butter craving without ruining your diet with healthy options like granola bars and trail mix.
Check out these recipes with peanut butter chips to appease the peanut butter lovers in your life!
Give chocolate chips the night off with these peanut butter chip cookies.
The double punch of peanut butter cookies and chips is only for the peanut butter-obsessed.
These cookies are super soft and chewy. Smooth peanut butter chips burst in every bite.
If you consider yourself a peanut butter super fan, you must give this recipe a whirl.
Do you dream of peanut butter? If you don’t, one look at these dream bars will soon infiltrate your dreams. Your daydreams, at least.
They start with a crust made from peanut butter bars, chocolate pudding, and whipped peanut butter. They’re light, bright, and insanely addictive.
For an added flair, top bars with whipped cream, peanut butter, and crumbled peanut butter bars!
Marbled peanut butter brownies strike the perfect balance between chocolatey and peanut buttery.
Add a generous portion of peanut butter chips to infuse massive peanut butter flavors into every bite.
The marbled top layer not only looks like something out of a bakery but also adds creamy peanut butter flavors.
Your slow cooker is destined for more than just soup and pot roast!
These delectable peanut butter and chocolate morsels walk that fine line between sweet and salty.
It’s a combo of peanuts, Reese cups, peanut butter chips, chocolate, and vanilla bark. Mmm.
They come together in just 2 hours and fill your home with sweetness.
Peanut butter fudge is quick and easy to throw together. Just 30 minutes and it’s ready to devour.
It’s dense and buttery with a double punch of peanut butter from chips and packaged peanut butter.
It also earns a delightfully sweet and light kick from adding marshmallow cream!
A trifle is a great way to impress party guests without many baking skills!
This trifle marries cream, peanut butter, pudding, and brownies into a creamy dessert.
It’s bound to be a show stopper at your next potluck or holiday party. Plus, it comes together in only 40 minutes.
The powers of chocolate and peanut butter combine yet again in these highly addictive cupcakes.
Swap out traditional cake batter for a chocolate brownie mix. Infuse it with peanut butter chips, and boom.
They’re dense and chewy, ensuring peanut butter flavors fill every bite.
I’m guilty of breaking into the cupboard late at night to score a handful of peanut butter chips.
While it appeases my overly-demanding sweet tooth, it’s not the ideal late-night snack.
Instead, whip up a batch of peanut butter and jelly trail mix!
It incorporates raw peanut butter chips with dried fruit. It’s healthy, sweet, and easy to assemble.
Be sure to select sweet dried fruit like blueberries or strawberries. Add dried bananas for that classic PBB&J flavor.
Chocolate isn’t the only flavor that pairs perfectly with peanut butter.
These bars taste like thumbprint cookies and peanut butter cookies combined. Together, they make the ultimate sweet treat.
They’re delightfully sweet with a tart kick from jelly.
Peanut butter lovers rejoice!
This bundt cake infuses massive peanut butter flavors right inside the cake. It ensures that Reese Cups infiltrate every bite of this moist bundt cake.
To take those flavors over the top, garnish with peanut butter frosting and chips.
I spent most of my life believing maple syrup is the only acceptable pancake topping. I was wrong!
Peanut butter makes the perfect pancake topping. It goes well with these chocolate peanut butter pancakes, in particular.
It’s not the most healthy breakfast but the most delicious.
Love blondies? These peanut butter and chocolate bars are a great take on a classic.
They have a chocolate and peanut butter surprise in the center, surrounded by blondie brownie batter.
Add tons of peanut butter chips to ensure every bite packs intense flavors!
Peanut butter chip blondies aren’t for part-time peanut butter lovers.
They’re insanely rich and buttery. The caramelized brown sugar and butter base is infused with peanut butter. Wow, am I right?
The best part? They come together in 30 minutes!
Toss out those pre-packaged peanut butter granola bars!
If you’re in the mood for peanut butter flavors but need something more nutritious, granola’s the way to go.
Chocolate and peanut butter chips hit that sweet tooth perfectly with a modest portion of brown sugar and honey.
They’re not overly sweet, which makes them an excellent option for a mid-afternoon snack.
Fuse with old-fashioned oats for a nutritious kick, and indulge guilt-free in peanut butter flavors.
Peanut butter and chocolate muffins are light and fluffy. They’re the perfect treat at any time of day.
They aren’t as dense and heavy as other peanut butter desserts.
The light crumb carries subtle peanut butter and chocolate flavors without destroying your diet!
If you’re hunting for a light dessert, this Reese’s cheesecake is not it.
It’s insanely rich and decadent, and a little goes a long way!
It has a chocolatey brownie crust and a cheesecake layer infused with cream cheese, peanut butter, and Reese’s PBC.
For even more sinful flavors, top with a chocolate ganache layer and sprinkle with Reese Cups.
Beware: these Nutella-Swirled Peanut Butter Chip Blondies are insanely addictive.
They’re part dense brownie, part chewy and moist cookie.
Every bite packs intense nutty flavors from peanut butter chips and Nutella.
Are you looking for a great no-bake dessert? This Reese’s chocolate peanut butter tart is the answer.
It’s shamelessly delicious and delivers an intense peanut butter and chocolate 1-2 punch.
With an Oreo crust, creamy peanut butter filling, and a chocolate ganache topping, it’s hard to resist.
Top with chopped Reese Cups and peanut butter chips to take the flavors over the top.
What better than banana bread? Peanut butter banana bread!
Peanut butter and bananas go together like peanut butter and jelly. So why not incorporate peanut butter chips into impossibly moist banana bread?
Overripe bananas deliver a ton of sweetness. It pairs perfectly with chocolate and peanut butter chips.
Tell your grandma’s cherry pie to take a hike with this show-stopping peanut butter pie!
It has a rich chocolate crust made from chocolate graham crackers and a light creamy peanut butter filling.
Don’t be shy when it comes to toppings! Pile chopped Reese’s Cups and peanut butter chips on top so every bite comes with bonus candy.
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