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Peanut Butter Bars

This is my new favorite dessert.  They freeze well, but never make it into my freezer.  They also require NO BAKING!  I would have shown more pictures but these are super easy to make.
(good picture right??  Im working on it :)


Sakura said…
Ok, you are killing me. I am trying to lose weight! Dieting is not fun and YOU have to post one of my favorite desserts of all time!!! I have to make them, for my kids of course. Thanks for the info! Happy Friday!
Audrey said…
HA! Im trying to lose weight too!!! You can probably tell how well I'm doing :):)
Kori said…
I SO want to make those!!! The only problem I have with those kinds of treats around the house is we have a nut allergy here, so not everyone can partake (and then, of course, I partake too many! lol) Maybe the freezer method would work for me :)
Sakura said…
It's like those credit card commercials, stick them in the freezer so you don't use/eat them!!
Amber Brooks said…
Thanks so much for this recipe, i am so excited to try it out on the weekend! I am really into food and cooking but am just getting my blog started, i would love it if you would take a look.
Thanks again! X

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