Peanut Butter Brownies with Fudge Frosting are the perfect chewy brownies for chocolate peanut butter lovers!
If one of your favorite flavor combinations is peanut butter and chocolate, then these Peanut Butter Brownies with Fudge Frosting will have you doing cartwheels! You can call them peanut butter blondies too, either way, they are delicious!
I hate to say it, but, these chewy peanut butter blondies made from scratch and topped with a creamy fudge frosting are better than my Cake Mix Peanut Butter Brownies! If you’ve been a regular around here, then you know Brownie Bar Recipes and peanut butter recipes are plenty! Any peanut butter treat is my friend. My latest is my Payday Peanut Squares.
Hi All! My name is Sarah and my blog is filled with delicious dessert recipes and baking tips. You can find me over at My Frosted Life. I am excited to share with you this recipe for Peanut Butter Brownies with Fudge Frosting!
Peanut Butter Brownies with Fudge Frosting
While fruit desserts are common for the summer, I thought I would switch it up and stick with the classic combination of chocolate and peanut butter. This has always been one of my favorite combinations, so I am glad to be baking with it more!
These peanut butter blondies are very easy to make and can be made with or without the fudge frosting. The frosting brings them to the next level (just look at it!) and adds an extra chocolate component, which is never a bad thing!
The peanut butter brownies themselves are a one bowl recipe that can be put together in a pinch. Once cooled top the chewy brownies with creamy, chocolate fudge frosting. Sprinkle with mini chocolate chips or sprinkles and this will be the perfect summer treat for any picnic or barbecue.
I hope you enjoy making these chocolate peanut butter treats that are perfect for any summer occasion!
How to make peanut butter brownies from scratch
I used salted peanut butter, thus excluded any salt from the recipe. This works well but if you prefer to use unsalted peanut butter, just add a pinch of salt with the flour.
Using room temperature peanut butter allows you to easily mix it by hand into the wet ingredients.
For best results, allow the melted chocolate to cool until warm to the touch.
This blondie recipe is adapted from How to Cook Everything.
Amount Per Serving Calories 265 Total Fat 14.7g Cholesterol 29mg Carbohydrates 31.3g Fiber 1.4g Sugar 23.1g Protein 4.2g