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Ooey Gooey Delightful Peanut Butter Blossoms

rainymuffins | Nov 29, 201802:22 PM    

I made this recipe for Thanksgiving, and MAN, it was a hit. My guests couldn't stop eating them, and they are so easy to just pop in your mouth and deliciously fun to chew, savor, and swallow, that I found that I polished off a whole tray by myself by the end of the day. They are buttery, peanutty, slightly salty, and my goodness, the glob of chocolate in the center is DELIGHTFUL. No wonder this got such great reviews. It's quick to make, fun to bake (especially the part when you press the kisses into the ooey gooey middles and eat all the rest for yourself), and yummy to nibble with a hot mug of steamy deliciousness after a long day of work. Straight into my mouth and into my heart. I'll be making these again!

Peanut Butter Blossoms

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Peanut Butter Blossoms Recipe

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