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Admission: I love brownies. And cookies. And peanut butter. And then I tasted this at my mom’s house and I lost my mind over how delicious they were! I blame my mom, Karen, for this recipe. That picture below is my mom when she came to Columbus and we made cake pops….so fun!! And I couldn’t resist – here’s a finished picture of the cake pop display she did (I did help a little though!).

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Ok – let’s start with the facts. Here’s what you need: brownie mix, Reese’s peanut butter cups, and pre-made cookie dough. Oh, and 2 eggs, water, and canola oil. Supplies: 2 cupcake pans, cupcake liners, and cooking spray.

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And then you assemble….break the cookie dough apart and press each cookie into the bottom of the cupcake pan and liner. Then lay a Reese’s cup on top. And then ladle on some of that delicious brownie batter. And then bake – for about 18 minutes at 350 degrees. Half way through I turned and switched locations of the 2 muffin pans in the oven to allow for even cooking.

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That’s it. Yes…for real. And what you get is one of the easiest, most delicious desserts around. Don’t judge. Just make them and be happy.

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