Thursday 23 October 2008

Chocolate Peanut Butter Biscuits Recipe

Wholewheat biscuits, peanut butter biscuits and chocolate biscuits are all so very tasty so why not combine them together to make a tasty chocolate peanut butter bite?

Wel Chef has and these chocolate peanut butter biscuits are very scrumptious indeed.

This recipe is very easy to bake, even coating the peanut bites with chocolate is easy.

These delicious chocolate coated peanut butter biscuits are great fun to make and tasty to eat, there will only be crumbs left when you share these delicious cookies.

Ingredients for chocolate peanut biscuit recipe

2oz Sunflower Margarine
1 oz Peanut Butter
3oz Sugar
4oz Self Raising Flour
2oz Wheat Germ
2oz Self Wholewheat Raising Flour
1 Tbsp Peanut Butter
1 Tbsp Cold Water
1 Large Bar Chocolate

Picture of wheat bran.

Don't you just love the look of the melted chocolate setting onto the wholesome nutty biscuit?

How to make chocolate peanut butter cookies

Take a large mixing bowl and place in 1oz peanut butter, 3oz sugar and 2oz margarine, mix well.

Add the egg, wholewheat flour, self raising flour and wheat germ.

Mix thoroughly.

Add 1 Tbsp of peanut butter and 1 Tbsp of cold water to loosen up the biscuit mixture.

Mix together using your hands.

Shape pieces of the peanut butter biscuit mixture into small balls.

Place the peanut butter balls onto a greased and floured baking tray being sure to leave a fair gap between each one.

Take a fork and gently press the back of it onto the peanut butter ball.

You want to slightly flatten the ball and leave an imprint of lines from the fork.

Place into a hot oven at 180C for 10-15 minutes or until golden.

Once cooked leave for a minute or two then gently remove the peanut butter biscuits and leave to fully cool on a cooling rack.

How to coat peanut biscuits with chocolate

Fill a small pan with water approximately one quarter full.

Place a small bowl on top of the pan.

Gently heat the water on low.

Place the chocolate pieces into the bowl and melt.

When the chocolate is fully melted gently dip the biscuits flat side down into the chocolate.

Place onto some greaseproof paper and leave to cool and set.

Store in an air tight conatiner in a cool place.

Enjoy Chefs scrumptious chocolate peanut butter biscuits recipe.

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Unknown said...

Looks too pretty n gorgeous..

test it comm said...

Peanut and chocolate is such a great combo and these look really good.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Those biscuits look very good! I love anything with peanut butter...



Finla said...

Wow Jeena they looks super delicious.

Susan @ SGCC said...

These look wonderful, Jeena! I'm drooling just looking at the photos! My family will love them!

Aggie said...

Oh Jeena these look so tasty! I love chocolate and peanut butter together!! Thanks for the compliment on my new look!

Rosie said...

Those peanut and chocolate cookies look gorgeous Jeena!

Rosie x

Ann said...

I am a great fan of Peanut and chocolate, wow... combination of both? A Perfect treat!

Jersey Girl Cooks said...

Love this combination and I like how you added some nutritional value.

Ivy said...

Who wouldn't love these biscuits? Chocolate and peanut butter together are a great combination.

Lissie said...

I would love to have them...!

La Bella Cooks said...

Tasty and a bit healthy as well. Anything with a chocolate topping is perfect in my opinion. Looks delicious as usual, Jeena.

Kim Hayworth said...

Oh my gosh oh my gosh these look wonderful..... guess what I am making tomorrow... I think god lead me to your blog... Its so wonderful.... Im a follower

Dibs said...

This looks so delicious. We tried your hash brown recipe too. It was a hit!

Unknown said...

hai jeena there is an award waiting for you in my blog can you please pick it up from tere Biscuits looks so yum

Anonymous said...

These biscuits are definitely going on my 'to cook' list. Thanks for sharing Jeena.

Flowercarole (smoothie queen)

Anonymous said...

your dishes look too much apetising....

Rizvana said...

Hi Jeena,

I dont get wholewheat flour and wheat germ there any replacement for that.