Easy Buckeye Brownie Recipe Chocolate + Lead + Video
These buckeye brownies have 3 delicious layers, based on brownies, peanut butter fudge center and chocolate topping. They are the perfect dessert for chocolate and peanut butter lovers.
If you are familiar with buckeye balls, you must try this brownie version! They are full of the deliciousness of lead + chocolate, just like our Reese brownie cake, layered like our bomb brownie cake.
The deliciousness of chocolate and peanut butter
Do you like brownies? If we are looking for fast and delicious food, this is one of our “preferred” recipes. I always have the ingredients on hand, plus some ice cream, so we have an instant and delicious dessert-which is good because we are always trying to invite more people for dinner and/or dessert.
I think it would be interesting to change our typical ordinary brownie cake. If you like brownies, especially chocolate and peanut butter, then these horse chestnut brownies are worth a try.
With a chocolate cake base, a peanut butter fudge center and a chocolate top, it’s hard not to love them! So why are they called “buckeye” brownies?
Horse chestnut is a snack made from peanut butter fudge partially dipped in chocolate. This is a brownie version because it uses the same peanut butter fudge in the middle and chocolate on top.
Add a layer of chocolate cake at the bottom to make them even more irresistible! !
Brownie. Good news: this is the easiest part! I just used a box of mixed chocolates for the chocolate cake base! Follow the instructions on the box to bake in a 9×13 pan.
If you really want to go the “completely from scratch” route, you can use this brownie recipe (minus the frosting of course), but for a 9×13 pan, it will double.
peanut butter. My favorite layer 😉 All you have to do is to mix the lead and powdered sugar until the mixture is uniform and it feels a bit like playing with dough. Then spread it out with your fingers and pat it on the *fully cooled* chocolate cake.
Chocolate toppings. Melt the remaining butter and chocolate chips over low heat, then pour on top of the peanut butter layer. Let it cool again before slicing and serving.
Milk chocolate chips are still semi-sweet? You can use any kind for the chocolate topping! If you prefer sweet creamy chocolate toppings, go with milk chocolate chips. If you want something bitter and richer, use semi-sweet.
Optional ingredients: Although this will deviate from the “traditional” horse chestnut, you are welcome to add some extras. Feel free to add crushed peanuts, chocolate chips, and/or chocolate chips to the chocolate cake mix or top.
Save them for later use
freeze: Once the chocolate cakes have cooled completely, cut them into cubes. Quickly freeze individual chocolate cakes by placing them on biscuit slices in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours or until they harden. After hardening, wrap each square tightly in plastic wrap, and then wrap it with aluminum foil. Keep them in an airtight freezer bag or container for up to 3 months.
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Preparation time 25 minutes
Cooking time 25 minutes
Total time 50 minutes
Calories 468 kcal
Author Little Luna
- 1 box of 9×13 pan brownie mix plus the ingredients on the box
- 2 cups powdered sugar
- 1/2 cup butter softened
- 6 tablespoons butter softened
- 1 cup creamy peanut butter
- 1 cup milk chocolate chips
In a 9×13 pan, make and bake the chocolate cake mixture according to the box instructions. calm down.
Add powdered sugar, ½ cup butter, and peanut butter in a bowl. Stir well. Spread it on the brownie cake with your fingers and pat (its consistency is similar to plasticine).
Melt the chocolate chips and the remaining butter in a saucepan over low heat, stirring occasionally. Spread on the second layer of the chocolate cake. Let cool and enjoy!
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