28 June 2015

No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars


Bitter Sweet is what this chocolate peanut butter bars taste like. 

It's like our life we can't see our future but only trust on God leading the way. Every time when there is a need to embark on a new path we will resist as there is unknown, there is fear. However, when you trust on God and leap forward, you see light and future. When time to say goodbye, it always sad because is either friends leave you behind or you leave them on the same place. Bitter Sweet, when there is friendship, there is stories, when there is love, there is tears. 

When I saw the Tastemade's video on the No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars by Home Cooking Adventure I know is time to clear my bitter chocolate bar! I don't have enough creamy peanut butter, I add some chunk peanut butter in the chocolate layer as well. This bake is a surprise to me as it is not very sweet. This is such an easy and beautiful bake!  








Yield: 16 serving

Ingredients:
Base:
200g digestive biscuits 
70g unsalted butter, melted
120g crunchy or creamy peanut butter

Chocolate layer:
200g bittersweet chocolate 
60g creamy peanut butter, divided into half (30g each)

Method:
1. Place digestive biscuits into the bowl of food processor, blend until it is crumbs form. Add melted butter and peanut butter, process until it is combined.
2. Line the square baking pan with parchment paper, two edges are lined longer so it will be easy to lift up when the chocolate bar is set.
3. Spread the peanut butter mixture into the prepared baking pan and compact it to create a smooth surface. 
4. Melt chocolate and 30g of creamy peanut butter over a double boiler. Stir until smooth. Pour the chocolate mixture over the peanut butter layer in the baking pan. 
5. In another bowl, melt the remaining 30g peanut butter over low heat, with a teaspoon, add the melted peanut butter on top of the chocolate layer, with a chopstick create swirls on the surface.
6. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until it is set. Let it sit 10 mins at room temperature before cutting.