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Yay, you discovered Roasted Pine Nut! It was my favorite…until my grocery store was out this week and I was forced to try Supremely Spicy. Let’s just say Roasted Pine Nut may have lost it’s number one status on my Sabra hummus roster. However, I will always hold it near and dear as my original gateway
drug hummus. :)
And those PB cups?! Oh. Em. Gee. Can’t wait until after my wedding to indulge… 29 days!
Oooops! Messed up that last html tag! Sorry for all the strikethrough! :)
YAAAAAY Ohio!! My state – thank you for the shout-out, hahaha.
Sarah K. @ The Pajama Chef 06.10.2011
usually when i see a recipe that looks amazing like these pb cups, i think, i need to make these now. but today- i don’t have to! i made no-bake crispy pb bars this afternoon…and while they aren’t mini like yours (i made them in a 9×13 pan), they are amazing! mine uses graham cracker crumbs for the crunch though…but i love the idea of rice krispies so i’ll definitely save this recipe too!! enjoy!
I think I need to re-do my grocery list and add some chocolate chips & Rice Krispies to it, so I can make these. I don’t have a mini-muffin pan, so I guess I’ll just have to make mine giant-sized! :) Which leads me to answering your question–I would rather have less of the real thing.
Alicia at AliGirl Cooks 06.10.2011
I would rather have less of the real thing! Or have the same amount and tack on some minutes to my workout :)
I love hummus plates! It is one of my fave things to pack for lunch.
You can purchase a giant tub of Sabra roasted pine nut hummus at Costco! It’s my family’s favorite, too!
I HEART YOU!!
I mean, I THANK you for this recipe! ;-)
There are so many wonderful things in this post I don’t know where to begin. First, I love that lunch plate! And now I know the next flavor of Sabra I am going to buy. I have the Buffalo now, which I love, but I have a hard time finding ways to use it because it just doesn’t seem to go with everything.
And those PB cups are sick!!! Wow, I don’t even like Reese that much but these look heavenly.
Michelle (The Runner's Plate) 06.10.2011
Love the subtle placement of the PB cups below the giant fork in the first picture!
Iowa Girl Eats 06.10.2011
Tina @ Faith Fitness Fun 06.10.2011
Oh sweet heavens…I need in on some of that action!
And roasted pine nut is by far my FAVE hummus.
Ugh, I MUST make these!!
I am going to the grocery store tomorrow to buy the ingredients to make those treats :) YUM!
Christy @ So I Follow the Sun 06.10.2011
I’d rather have more of the real thing and then workout later. :)
Those look amazing! And when I saw that the bottom layer is pure chocolate chips… if I had rice krispies I would totally be in the kitchen right now.
Thanks for sharing the PB cup recipe! I think I’m going to surprise my husband by making these! He will LOVE them! (And so will I!)
I’m from Ohio so I love my Buckeye treats!! and I love peanut butter! can’t wait to try these….and will soon jump on it :) as for your question….I guess it depends on what it is. when it comes to cheesecake (my favorite dessert of all time) go big or go home! but cake, cookies, ice cream and all other desserts I can definitely be satisfied with a more figure-friendly version.
P.S. I recently found your blog last week and I am addicted!
OMG this recipe has inspired me to go back to the store for the ingredients… And my husband will likely want to crawl through my computer and kiss you for sharing it!!! YUMMMM!
Courtney @ The Granola Chronicles 06.10.2011
These look completely delicious and dangerous! I’d eat the whole pan, for sure! :)
Its like PB cups and Scotcharoos had a love child!
My mouth is frickin watering!!! Those things look like they are AMAZING and I will be making them TOMORROW!!!!
Amanda (Eating Up) 06.10.2011
I’d rather have less of the real thing in terms of dessert! I’m really picky with my sweets though. Those look great, especially straight from the freezer!