Peanut Butter Dream is a recipe that I thought of when I made my Minty Fresh for the Baron of Baking. It’s actually in an old issue of the Recipe Club as the exclusive recipe, but it’s just so good that I think the whole world deserves to try it.
I know what you’re thinking. How can this recipe have anything to do with St. Patrick’s Day? It’s not green and there’s definitely no beer in it. It starts with the fact that I was going through my Irish Cuisine Cookbook, looking for inspiration and there was my Minty Fresh in the book! It was called Shamrock Brownies, or something to that effect, but there you go! And the connection is that these Peanut Butter Dream Brownies were something I dreamed up for a birthday while I was making the Minty Fresh.
These Peanut Butter Dream Brownies are absolutely incredible. They’re sweet, and slightly salty, and a small pan will go very far.
Irish Apple Cake is possibly the quintessential Irish dessert. The apples give it sweetness, while the cinnamon and ginger spice it perfectly, and the chopped nuts add texture. This cake can come together in a variety of ways, depending on how you want it to look when you’re done, but one thing that stays the same is the taste.
I made a large bundt cake version of Irish Apple Cake for this recipe and took it to a friend’s to share. The whole thing was gone in under 30 minutes. There were only 6 of us. The fragrance alone had everyone’s eyes rolling back in delight. Make it for yourself and see!
Sweet Rib Rub is perfect for ribs, but goes great on chicken and beef too!
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