Satisfy your sweet tooth with these versatile peanut-inspired recipes.
Double the chocolate, double the fun. Indulge your sweet tooth with these peanut butter cup-stuffed chocolate cupcakes. Topped with chocolate and peanut butter icing, you will be craving more after your first chocolaty bite.
A twist on the classic PB&J, these jelly-filled cupcakes are topped with decadent swirls of peanut butter icing. This recipe is sure to delight kids and bring nostalgic memories to those young at heart.
This no-bake cheesecake is the perfect way to satisfy any sweet tooth for a special occasion. For a mini indulgence, use muffin cups to make individual-sized cheesecakes.
Proving there’s no such thing as too much of a good thing, this double decker peanut butter fudge brings together two favourite flavours in a creamy, sweet treat. If you can pick a favourite, each layer is great on its own as well.
There’s no pairing that can rival the deliciousness of peanut butter and chocolate. Decadent as the classic duo, you can also try one of the many variations for this bark.
An old-fashioned family favourite, this peanut brittle is bound to become a tradition in your household.
No need to fuss with pastry this Thanksgiving. These layered "no bake" bars are simple to prepare and will satisfy your sweet tooth.
No matter what you're craving, this DIY bark will hit the spot. Sweet, salty, savoury and spicy - this bark makes an elegant homemade holiday gift from the kitchen, or after dinner indulgence.
We Canadians know and love the Nanaimo bar, but did you know that peanut butter was invented in Canada too? There's no better way to show your true patriot love than with this peanutty twist on the classic Canadian dessert.
If you’re looking for an indulgent treat, this twist on the ice cream parlour classic is just the trick. The combination of peanut butter, fudge and fresh fruit is sure to delight kids and those young at heart. This decadent sauce can be kept refrigerated for up to one week.
Kick your snacking up a notch! Inspired by the Mexican heat, these popsicles - or palatas - bring together the classic combination of peanut butter and chocolate, with a spicy kick to your palate. For the little ones, the amount of cayenne pepper can be reduced.
Everybody needs a go-to peanut butter cookie recipe in their repetoire. To add variety to this classic cookie, you can also add chocolate chips, or even some of the spicy chili peanuts available at the supermarket.
Pairing peanut butter and chocolate is always a crowd favourite and this irresistible button cookie recipe will delight.
Cookies that are both decadent and quick to prepare can be hard to come by. This one’s a breeze, with a few staple ingredients, yet will satisfy cookie lovers' taste buds. It’s sure to be a welcome addition to your regular holiday baking lineup, or a quick treat.
Rugelach is a traditional holiday pastry that is sure to be a hit at any cookie exchange. Consider giving them as a hostess gift, topped off with colourful ribbon for a festive holiday flare.
This twist on a fireside favourite is a must-have in the summer and is ready in mere minutes. The addition of peanut butter is sure to please the palate, and using chocolate peanut butter cups takes the s’mores experience to a whole new level.
Peanut butter and banana has always been a delicious combo, but this creamy dessert takes the famous flavour duo to a whole new level.
If you don’t have an ice cream maker, this recipe for a peanut butter semifreddo is the perfect solution. It’s a creamy Italian dessert that means semi-frozen – an ideal treat for the summer.
Kids and adults alike will love these peanut butter ice cream sandwiches. Consider making miniature versions for a barbecue or kid's summer birthday party.
Looking for an easy summer dessert recipe? Beat the heat with this simple recipe for a chocolate peanut butter ice cream torte.
These chocolaty peanutty clusters are a sweet treat to serve when guests drop by unexpectedly. Serve them on their own or with a cup of coffee.
Don’t plan on having any leftovers of this delicious dessert. Peanut Toffee Pie creates the perfect indulgent ending to any holiday meal.
Always a perfect pair, chocolate and peanuts come together in this tasty holiday square. Definitely a must have for a cookie exchange.
Creamy, delicious and decadent – a perfect gift!
Homemade biscotti are an impressive gift for the coffee or cookie lover.
For a quick energy boost, take these tasty cookies along for your next hike.
This lighter version of the traditional peanut butter brownie is still rich in taste and loaded with flavour – in fact you'll be surprised there is less fat.
The perfect complement to a delicious holiday meal, this dessert is like a decadent peanut butter and banana sandwich… only better! A tasty way to complete any meal, your family will go “bananas” for this one!
These cookies are an irresistible afternoon pick-me-up for peanut butter lovers. Chocolate-covered peanuts add a decadent twist to this traditional favourite cookie
A traditional flavour combination, peanut butter and jelly cookies are easy to make!
A great afterschool snack or road trip hunger-stopper, these bars are the perfect blend of childhood nostalgia and creamy peanut butter.
This will be your new favourite indulgence. Perfectly peanutty, this mousse is smooth and rich in flavour – you’ll want it after every single meal!
This simple recipe makes an impressive dessert using store bought puff pastry. Peanut Puff Bites are a scrumptious ending to dinner or a sweet reward for late-night studying.
This delicious peanutty ice cream is the perfect summer treat. Enjoy on its own, or pair it with another dessert – either way, you’ll be happy you tried it!
Peanut butter and chocolate come together to take fondue to a new level. Dip your favourite fruits in Peanut Butter and Chocolate Fondue for an irresistible ending to a dinner party or a late night study treat.
This comforting spiced peanut butter bundt cake is the perfect mid-day snack and tasty way to end a family dinner. Either way, it’s tasty and full of fibre.
This is a great one for the kids to get stuck into. They will love kneading the dough and decorating the top with peanuts. These cookies have that typical homemade appearance, since they are uneven shapes and have a crumbly texture. Substitute the raisins with chopped dried apricots or white chocolate chips for variety.
Forget the cream cheese frosting! This simply loaf is inspired by a traditional carrot cake with a little nutty surprise.
This perfect blend of chocolate and peanut butter is devilishly delicious – you won’t stop after one piece.