peanutHey there Pretty Little Bakers! We may have some new friends checking out this recipe! 

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With Pretty Little Bakers, I’m here to help you create sweet desserts using minimal ingredients! My recipes aren’t difficult – they’re designed for anyone at any age to be able to make yummy desserts. 

Fun fact about Kellie – I’m obsessed with peanut butter and chocolate. FullSizeRender 6It was Thanksgiving night in 2012 that I discovered Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. From that point on, my life would never be the same. Not only did I basically eat my weight in Reese’s that night (yes, this was AFTER Thanksgiving dinner… and it was at this point that I highly considered entering a food eating contest), but my taste buds needed more. So oftentimes, with Pretty Little Bakers, you’ll see me baking something chocolatey, something peanut buttery, or even a mixture of the two. But don’t worry, I don’t only stick to PB/chocolate, I have lots of recipes that involve neither! We’ll get to those at a later date. 😉

In Maria’s April newsletter, I made a one minute, no bake, peanut butter chocolate chip mug cake. We’re talking SIX ingredients, and most of them can probably already be found in your kitchen! We’re talking milk, sugar, peanut butter – the easy stuff!

Check out my video below on how to make a one minute peanut butter chocolate chip mug cake. It’s only 3.5 minutes long and will take you a max of 10 minutes to make it! 

I’d love to hear your thoughts on this recipe below. Perhaps you added in more chocolate chips or less peanut butter – hey, whatever it is, I want to hear about it! I’m all about trying new things! Let’s keep the conversation going – comment on the YouTube video or comment below the recipe!

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