Do you salivate over the combination of chocolate and peanut butter? Yes? Then check out this list of Reese’s desserts.
I’ve compiled 23 recipes that let the infamous candy shine.
From ice cream to truffles, cake, and mousse, this sweet guide will transport you to confectionary heaven.
You’ll even learn how to make Reese’s Pieces chocolate lasagna! (You’d better believe it’s worth the hype).
So embark on a sugar-filled journey by reading this list of Reese’s desserts.
Be careful because you might have a cavity by the end.
Let’s start our sugar-filled guide with this divine cake recipe.
I don’t know what sounds better, the moist chocolate cake, the peanut butter and buttercream frosting, or the Reese’s garnish on top?
I do know this: one bite of this cake will send you to dessert heaven.
What poke cakes lack in presentation, they make up for in pure deliciousness.
You create this heavenly dessert by poking holes into a chocolate sheet cake.
Then, pour peanut butter pudding and chocolate frosting over top.
The rich topping sneaks into the cake’s nooks and crannies, resulting in an ultra-decadent dessert that tastes like pure magic.
Chocolate and peanut butter cookies? Where do I sign up?
Imagine sinking your teeth into a soft, pillowy cookie and having chunks of chocolate mingle with sweet peanut butter flavors.
Your palate will be so entranced, it will be hard not to grab for seconds.
These little guys are ready in no time, making them ideal for last-minute bake sales, family gatherings, or holiday parties.
I’ll let you in on a little secret: You can have these Reese’s bars made in under 5 minutes.
Now that you know that important information, what are you waiting for? Check out this amazing recipe!
You’ll be floored by the sweet flavors in these bars, thanks to the combination of chocolate, peanut butter, and graham crackers.
I love pie almost as much as I love Reese’s. If you feel the same, check out this fantastic dessert.
You start with a homemade graham cracker crust, topped with crushed pretzels and Reese’s peanut butter cups.
Then you spread a layer of Cool Whip and warm peanut butter on top before garnishing with even more Reese’s peanut butter cups.
This luxurious dessert will certainly be a conversation piece at your next family gathering.
Just be sure you serve it chilled because this pie gets messy at room temperature.
A Reese’s cheese ball? What will they think of next?
This dessert might seem odd, but the flavor is no joke.
Five simple ingredients create a creamy, dreamy treat that tastes like peanut butter cheesecake.
Serve it with a side of graham crackers for fun finger food at your next birthday party.
A cake that doesn’t require an oven? Lazy bakers rejoice!
Not only is this recipe incredibly easy to make, but the results are over-the-top delicious.
This cake features Reese’s, Oreos, and a whole lot of cream cheese.
Each mouthful will melt on your tongue with a rich, creamy texture.
This recipe uses a 1:1 brownie to Reese’s ratio, so you know each bite is loaded with lots of peanut butter and chocolate.
While it takes 45 minutes to whip up these ultra-rich brownies, you only need a single bowl.
This way, you can spend less time cleaning up and more time munching down these chocolatey bars.
10. Reese’s Cupcakes
If you’re a true Reese’s lover, you’ll have difficulty resisting these insanely good cupcakes.
Moist chocolate cake provides the perfect base for rich peanut butter frosting.
The Reese’s Cup garnish is the cherry on top, adding even more sweetness to this decadent dessert.
11. Reese’s Fudge
It’s almost too easy to make this Reese’s fudge.
With only 6 ingredients and a 15-minute assembly time, you’ll have a hard time not making this every night.
Every nibble is so rich and melts in your mouth in the most heavenly way.
Whether you have a birthday party or family dinner coming up, this recipe will floor your guests.
This recipe lets you enjoy the flavors of Reese’s in your favorite frozen treat.
The peanut butter adds even more creaminess to the ice cream, creating an ultra-decadent texture in each spoonful or lick.
The only hard part about making this recipe is waiting 8 hours until it’s completely frozen.
But your patience will be rewarded with a satisfying sweet treat.
Need a last-minute gift for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or a birthday? Give this easy recipe a shot.
These cute chocolates are simple to make with a huge payoff in the flavor department.
After sinking your teeth into a truffle, you’re treated to a gooey center with a silky texture.
The filling contains cream cheese, Oreos, Reese’s cups, and Reese’s Pieces which culminate in one blissful bite.
The next time you host a dinner party, add this towering trifle to your menu.
It’s a great way to feed a crowd without much effort.
Simply layer peanut butter pudding with Reese’s cups and brownies to create this crave-worthy dessert.
It’s one of those dishes that’s incredibly easy but looks impressive.
Your dinner guests will be begging for the recipe afterward.
Blondies are already so amazing, but this recipe cranks up the deliciousness by adding Reese’s pieces.
Each nibble melts in your mouth with a signature buttery texture.
Expect big chocolatey flavors accented by creamy peanut butter.
With a 10-minute prep time, this recipe has virtually no downsides!
These cookies are completely outrageous in a good way.
I mean, whoever thought to combine Reese’s Pieces, Reese’s cups, pretzels, and chocolate chips in a cookie deserves an award.
Your palate will fall in love with all the amazing textures in each bite. They’re to die for!
The person who discovered Reese’s donuts should go down in history as a hero.
Between the soft cake, peanut butter filling, and crushed peanut garnish, each mouthful tastes like pure heaven.
This recipe provides the perfect balance of sweet and salty to make your taste buds sing.
Start your day with a sugar rush by making this decadent recipe.
Fluffy, gooey, and melty all at once, these sweet rolls will ignite an earthquake of peanut butter and chocolate flavors.
Aside from Reese’s Puffs, this recipe is the only other acceptable way to enjoy Reese’s for breakfast.
Ever wonder what it would be like to drink your favorite candy? Now you can with this Reese’s Pieces milkshake!
Four ingredients come together to create this magical treat.
Top it with whipped cream and chocolate syrup, then garnish with candy for the ultimate milkshake.
Can you think of a better way to cool off than by enjoying a slice of this Reese’s ice cream cake?
When the weather is sweltering, the last thing you want to do is bake. That’s where this easy recipe comes in handy.
Layers of ice cream sandwiches, hot fudge, and peanut butter candies stack up to create this exquisite dessert.
This recipe is called pound cake for a reason. What it lacks in health, it makes up for in flavor, and trust me, the taste is out of this world.
The made-from-scratch batter bakes into a lusciously moist cake with melted peanut butter cups that thrill your palate.
But the homemade chocolate peanut butter ganache takes this recipe over the top.
Mousses make a great last-minute dessert addition to your dinner party.
Not only do they take minutes to prepare, but they’re usually light on the ingredients.
So you won’t have to make an urgent trip to the grocery store.
This Reese’s peanut butter mousse uses 2 ingredients for the base: heavy whipping cream and Reese’s peanut butter chocolate spread. That’s it!
Topped with chopped peanuts and peanut butter cups, this simple treat packs a sweet punch in the dessert department.
I wanted to finish this list of Reese’s desserts with a bang, and what better finale than this?
Reese’s Pieces peanut butter chocolate lasagna is out of this world.
Unlike a regular lasagna, this recipe is no-bake and wonderfully easy to whip up.
The first layer is created from ground Oreo cookies topped with peanut butter.
Then, you slather chocolate pudding on top, finishing with whipped cream and a candy garnish.
I don’t know about you, but just looking at this cake makes my mouth water.
See what all the fuss is about by taking this recipe for a spin!
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