Oreo Peanut Butter Dip is a twist on your classic homemade peanut butter. Just 2 ingredients, and you have a tasty and addicting treat!
This week is crazy! So much to do to get ready for Halloween, and so little time to get it all done. I thought I was in good shape, but then being gone for 4 days really throws things off. I have no idea how people who travel all of the time for work do it. I travel 2 or 3 times a year, and I can barely keep up. Hopefully we can get pumpkins carved tomorrow night, and then I might feel like we are in better shape. Have you all ready purchased your Halloween candy? I try not to do it too far ahead of time, or I will eat it all. So that is still on my list as well! I am not sure it will ever end. This is just the beginning of the crazy holiday season.
My friend Dorothy from Crazy for Crust recently came out with a new book. It is called Dessert Mash-Ups. The idea behind it is take two different desserts; brownies and cookies for example, and put them into one dessert. Such a fun concept! I was able to meet Dorothy in person last May, and she is just as sweet as she seems on her site. So I am super excited to have her book, and hope that it does extremely well for her.
I had a hard time picking out something to make. There are so many I want to try. The Sugar Cookie Dough Cups look like they would be so good, and I know my husband and son would love them. But I decided to go for something I would like. Oreo Peanut Butter Dip. It is basically homemade peanut butter with Oreo’s in it. Only 2 ingredients, and you let your food processor or blender do the work. Super quick and easy, and so darn right addicting. You can use it on a sandwich or as a fruit dip, or a dip with graham crackers. Even as a topping for ice cream would be wonderful. You definitely want to try this, and might want to make a double batch, because it disappears quickly!
- 1 1/2 cups honey roasted peanuts
- 10 Oreo sandwich cookies
- In a food processor or blender add peanuts and Oreo cookies. Turn on and let it work until smooth. Depending on your appliance it can take 2-4 minutes.
- Store in an air tight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.
Recipe from Dessert Mash-Ups