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#recipe SKIPPY® Peanut Butter Sweethearts

#recipe SKIPPY® Peanut Butter Sweethearts

We love peanut butter baking recipes in this house and we are big fans of SKIPPY® Peanut Butter. We found this sweethearts recipe on their website, they have a lot more recipes and ideas too. This recipe makes around 30 sweethearts, so plenty to eat during lockdown and also leftovers to freeze for another week. VIEW the POST

Creating a beautiful family Afternoon Tea at home

Creating a beautiful family Afternoon Tea at home

I love Afternoon Tea, it is my favourite thing to go out and enjoy with family and friends. So, when Daddy had the idea to recreate an Afternoon Tea experience at home, for the kiddies, I jumped at the chance. Did you know it's National Tea Day on Tuesday 21 April 2020 too, so a perfect activity for the family. I think we made it look really authentic and the kiddies really loved it. Here's what we did to make our special family Afternoon Tea at home during lockdown... VIEW the POST

#Recipe – Peanut butter cupcakes with a surprise

#Recipe – Peanut butter cupcakes with a surprise

SKIPPY® sent us two tubs of their yummy Peanut Butter: Extra Crunchy and Creamy. We love Peanut Butter cupcakes, funnily enough I can't eat it out of the jar (unlike my husband). It is delicious in cupcakes and muffins. So, Hubby has been making Super Chunky toast, whilst I have been busy baking. This is my fun recipe with a surprise centre! Can you guess what is inside? VIEW the POST

Peanut butter and surprise jam centre cupcakes

Peanut butter and surprise jam centre cupcakes

Peanut butter and surprise jam centre cupcakes A yummy cupcake will a jam centre 250 g Self raising flour250 g caster sugar1/2 tsp Bicarb of soda 270 g unsalted soft butter (left at room temperature)4 Eggs (Beaten)100 g Skippy Peanut Butter (Extra crunchy or Creamy is good)2 tbsp Milk (I always use Full Fat)3/4 jar Jam (Strawberry jam works best)Topping (if you fancy a bit extra)1 tub Chocolate icing30 peanuts, blitzed into dust CupcakesPreheat oven to 170 degrees, gas mark 5.Add all dry ingrediebts into a bowl.Add the butter, eggs and sugar.Add the peanut butter and mix. Add the milk and mix for a further minute. Give the bowl a scrape to get all the mixture.Sprinkle a little brown sugar on top (adds a bit of crunch). ; Bake these for around 20 minutes. Yummy!Cut a whole in the top of the cake and add the jam. ToppingAdd pre-made chocolate icing and ...