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July 04, 2008

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Ow man...Chocolate covered peanut butter star wars looks so much tasty.i wish i could have some of them..no matter..i will bake it at home using the instructions you added in this article..lmao..

Puma Clyde

These look great! I recently read a recipe in Bon Appetit that added a huge pat of butter to the inside of a burger! I'm glad to see something that doesn't rely on so much fat for flavor, haha.

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Sorina

You have a nice blog...keep up the good job:)

Jen

Crazy day at work: check
crappy weather: check
run down: check
Need for peanutty choccy lovliness before you kill someone: check

Will I make this tonight: absocheckinglutely

jo

The peanut butter squares sounds fab,think i might give them a go this week.I would love the recipe for the chocolate malteser cake if at all possible.

Rachel@fairycakeheaven

mmm salty peanut butter and chocolate, so so good. Am addicted to Hersheys nutrageous bars at the moment so these seem even better!!! Must get me some peanut butter today

Sarah Bell

I could eat all of those!!!

Deborah

I was looking at the picture drooling and then I thought, nah, I can't be arsed to bake, but then I realise there's no oven time! Guess what's on the dessert menu tonight? Woohoo!

Val - you gotta get rid of that Lidl peanut butter I spy there. The Aldi stuff is the business. It's really American, not American-style. Course it never lasts long, because you tend to eat it with a spoon! :)

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