Peanut Butter Cup Cheesecake Bars

Five words, peanut butter cup cheesecake bars. This dessert recipe comes to you straight from the pages of Hugs and Cookies. You just have to look at the dessert photos of this recipe and you will want to try it, anything with full peanut butter cups included is sure to be a success!

The ingredients you will need for the graham cracker crust recipe include butter, sugar, and graham cracker crumbs. The ingredients you will need for the peanut butter cheesecake recipe include cream cheese, egg, sugar, and peanut butter .The ingredients you will need for the peanut butter ganache recipe include heavy cream, butter, peanut butter chips, and powdered sugar.

To start the graham cracker recipe, melt some butter in the microwave in a medium sized bowl, and stir the sugar into the graham cracker crumbs. Then line an 8-inch baking pan with some nonstick aluminum foil, and press the graham cracker crumb mixture into it. Then bake for about 9 minutes in a preheated 350 degree Fahrenheit oven. Then let cool. Line the graham cracker crust with some snack size peanut butter cups to cover the bottom. To make the cheesecake recipe, mix the cream cheese, sugar, egg and peanut butter with an electric mixer. Then pour over the peanut butter cups and spread over the crust. Bake for approximately 30 minutes in a preheated 350 degree Fahrenheit oven. Then let cool completely.

To make the ganache recipe, combine the cream and butter in a saucepan until hot. Then stir in the peanut butter chips until smooth. Add the sugar and pour over the bars. Then chill until firm. Once firm you can cut into 9 squares and drizzle some melted dark chocolate chips on top of each bar. Keep the bars chilled.

These little peanut butter morsels are so good that theyll have your taste buds doing backflips.You will want to try this cheesecake bars recipe out, they are easy to make, and so irresistible you will have trouble just having one!

There is just something about peanuts that we can't resist! They can be eaten raw, and used in a wide variety of recipes from peanut butter and jam sandwiches, bar recipes, candy bars, cookie recipes, peanut brittle and pie recipes. One of our favorite ways to eat the popular nut is salted, just on its own. A great way to get some protein into your day, in a delicious and tasty snack.

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