Wednesday, February 01, 2012

{peanut butter hot chocolate}

welcome to my kitchen.
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yeah, yeah, i didn't sweep the floor before i invited you in.
but i did wash the stove. points.
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anyway, i brought you here today to share a recipe:


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perfect for a snowy day with a friend and some good music.
i tested it out twice this week myself.

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30 comments:

  1. um, heaven. I might have to Debbie Crohns-ify that.

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    1. oh yeah---there are so many alterations of it around the internet, i'm sure there's a way. cuz it's sooo goood...

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  2. this post is getting filed under "things to not read once immediately getting back from the gym". Cannot wait to try this!

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    1. hey, peanut butter = protein. and isn't that the best thing to have after a workout? :D

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  3. My husband would probably give his left arm for this recipe. He loves peanut butter more than life itself. I, on the other hand, can't stand it. So I'll graciously pass this along to him. =] and your kitchen is adorable. Having open cabinets would be the best excuse to have to buy the prettiest dishes. I'm taking all the doors of mine tonight!...to test this theory.

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    1. haha--just make half without the peanut butter, and half with! cuz the chocolatey goodness of the recipe is probably amazing even without the peanut butter. OH OR, check out kalie brynn's comment further down the page...

      let me know how your open cabinet experiment works out!

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  4. UM! Why didn't we make this for our Skype date?! Next time. Me in my kitchen, you in yours. I'll even wear a cute apron while I stir.

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    1. FOR REAL. deal. done. sold.
      i just have to replenish my chocolate supply. :)

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  5. OMG my boyfriend is a chocolate + PB junkie and he is totally going to love this!

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    1. points for you!!! {you're welcome. ;)}

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  6. ope, that's such a grand idea. it's like a reese's peanut butter cup IN a cup!

    being the fan of hot chocolate i now know you to be, i have to ask...have you ever put cayenne pepper in hot chocolate before?? this, clearly, is only appealing if you like spicy things, but you don't even have to make it very spicy. only a tad bit and you have created magic. another experiment for another snowy day, perhaps!

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    1. whoa. this is a very, very good idea.
      in fact, i was just introduced a couple weeks ago to cayenne pepper in brownies, so i already have complete faith that it'll taste great. good call.

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  7. I like your kitchen and don't care about the floor, haha. I have to try this recipe, will do that sometimes soon.

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    1. haha, thank you for not caring about the floor. i took the pictures, flinched a little, and then went, "whatever. people are probably sick of seeing people's 'perfect' kitchens in the blogosphere all the time." :)
      definitely try the recipe. a+

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  8. Mmmmmm. I wish it was snowing out, so I could enjoy a mug and look at the pretty snow falling. Instead I have to settle for ugly discoloured grass and melting snow, ha!

    LOVE the second photo hahahaha it cracked me up.

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    1. this recipe is so good, it'll make your ugly discoloured grass beautifuller than freshly fallen snow. guarantee.
      :)
      i'm glad you noticed the second picture. the whole time i waited for the milk to warm up, i took ridiculous pictures of myself in the pot.

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  9. The peanut butter and chocolate combo is responsible for my love handles. seriously. YUM.

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    1. so, so worth any sort of handles.

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  10. That sounds AMAZING. Delish! Love your kitchen btw.

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    1. it IS!!! EAT IT NOW. and thanks. :)

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  11. kayoooot kitchen suzy!! i love your retroness going on in there, like that cool clock! and that cool green!

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    1. thanks gale! i love the clock too, especially--it was a present from my sis-in-law. :)

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  12. This sounds soooo good and your kitchen is adorable!

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  13. Amazing!!! I may or may not be drooling.

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    1. drool your way into the kitchen and make some for real. so good. so, so good.

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  14. I'll take chocolate & pretty much anything, really. Love this...

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    1. haha! for real. chocolate is magical like that.

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  15. You finished cleaning it! Beautiful job!

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