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mercredi 18 août 2021

Heaven in a Bowl Recipe


This recipe is intriguing, it says Heaven in a Bowl. I have searched if there’s really such a thing and surprisingly there is! So why do they call it heaven in a Bowl? Well, because it’s loaded with peanut butter and it’s made with a fudge which is heaven! It is rich, wickedly delicious, and addicting!

I love Reese, it’s my favorite among many other varieties. And this recipe is perfect for the Reese lovers like me. It’s a dream come true! I only made it once but it’s so good I’m planning to make it again any time soon.


1 package Fudge Brownie Mix

2 package Miniature Reeses Cup; 13 oz Each

4 cups 2% Milk; Cold

2 packages instant vanilla pudding; 5.1 oz each

1 cup Peanut butter; creamy

4 teaspoons Vanilla extract

2 8 oz cool whip; thawed

How to make Heaven in a Bowl

Step 1: Follow the package instruction to prepare the brownie batter.

Step 2: Pour the batter in a greased 12 x 9-inch baking pan.

Step 3: Place inside the oven and bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes. Insert a toothpick near the middle, when it comes out with moist crumbs it’s done, but don’t over bake.

Step 4: Remove from the oven and transfer it into a wire rack to cool.

Step 5: Once cooled, cut into 3/4-inch pieces.

Step 6: Then, cut the peanut butter cups in half for garnish. Set aside.

Step 7: Whisk the milk and pudding in a large bowl for 2 minutes. The consistency you are looking for is a thick mixture. Add in the peanut butter and vanilla. And mix until incorporated. Then, fold in 1 1/2 whipped topping.

Step 8: Put 1/3 of the brownies in a 5-quart glass bowl. Scatter the remaining peanut butter cups on top and scoop 1/3 of the pudding mixture over. Repeat the layers twice. Lastly, cover the top with the remaining topping garnish and reserved peanut butter cups.

Step 9: Place inside the fridge to chill before serving

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