You ever find something so delectable you want to eat it every day? I’ve found a repeat recipe that I am excited to share with you! I’m calling it my Dirty Peanut Butter Sauce because it’s it’s so easy it’s not playing fair.
What I love about this recipe I (besides that fact that it’s ridiculously simple to make) is that it’s also incredibly versatile, and the quantities can be easily adjusted.
The first time I whipped this up was for our Mother’s Day Brunch. I had baked brownies in tiny bundt pans and piped some peanut butter sauce over them.
They were a hit! The next day my cousin messaged me asking for the recipe. Unfortunately, the first time I made it I was winging it, so I didn’t have measurements for her.
Recently, I made Mama’s birthday cake, and I got a second opportunity to experiment with the sauce. This time I poured it over the cake to give it a velvety peanut butter-dripped glaze. I paid a bit more attention to the proportions this time.
Since it’s finally getting warmer, we’re eating more ice cream, and I’m a sucker for vanilla with toppings – like peanut butter. This time around I tested my measurements and can finally share them with you!
Are you ready for the quickest, easiest recipe that you’ve ever seen?
- 1/4 C. Peanut Butter
- 1 T. Honey
- Measure both Peanut Butter and Honey out into a microwavable safe bowl.
- Microwave for 30 seconds.
- Pour or pipe as desired.
- *Increase proportions as needed for larger quantities, maintaining the same ratios.
What is your favorite peanut butter dessert? Let’s compare favorites in the comments below!