Recipe Directions

Blend all ingredients except the peanut butter in a food processor until smooth. Then put half of the batter into a 16 cup mini muffin tin that has been lightly greesed with a little oil. Put in the freezer for two minutes. Then put about one tsp of peanut butter into each cup and then cover with the rest of the chocolate sauce. Freeze (about five minutes-but I keep them in all the time and just take them out when I want one) and enjoy.

Tiny1's Thoughts

These are the real deal! They taste exactly like real Reese’s Pieces, only better and they only take about ten minutes in all including the chill time!

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Try sunflower seed butter with them! so much tastier than peanut butter!

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Great recipe!!! Easy to make and very delicious! This recipe is even being enjoyed by non-raw food people who are begging for more......

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where do you get the raw peanut butter?

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Tiny1, did you use coconut oil or the ground coconut butter (the artisana stuff?)

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How did you make them extra dark Sky Princess?

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Just made them...only extra dark. Thanks dear!

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Just made them...only extra dark. Thanks dear!

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your right! I just changed it. Thanks.

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I think you mean Reese's Peanut Butter Cups! :) The pieces are like M&Ms with the hard candy coating and no chocolate.

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oh yum!!! i am going to make these for dh tonight.

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it's so funny-- i just made a version of these last night and was going to post it. i made mine with salted almond butter, some cinnamon, and no coconut butter. yum yum yum!

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Tiny1 sounds so good-can't wait to make them. "smashed cochineal bug for red" jeshuabrown, does some red dye comes from smashed bugs??? I guess nothing in processed foods should surprise me anymore.

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Ah yess....no colors, artificial flavors-smashed cochineal bug for red-ugh! I'm in!

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Mmm.... im so excited!

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Sound lovely...I'm so gonna make them!

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