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    • Prep 40min
    • Total40min
    • Servings20

    MashUp SmashUp: When Flavors Collide. Another sweet MashUp SmashUp recipe from Taste Seekers.MORE+LESS-

    ByBetty Crocker Tasteseekers

    Updated August 4, 2016

    Make with

    Pillsbury Cookie Dough

    Ingredients

    2

    cups Reese's Puffs™ cereal

    1

    roll (16.5 oz) Pillsbury™ refrigerated peanut butter cookies

    Steps

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    • 1

      Heat oven to 350°F.

    • 2

      In large bowl, break up cookie dough. Using hands, mix in cereal.

    • 3

      On ungreased cookie sheets, drop dough by rounded tablespoonfuls about 2 inches apart.

    • 4

      Bake 10 to 12 minutes or until edges are light golden brown. Cool 2 minutes; remove from cookie sheets to cooling racks.

    Nutrition Information

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    Peanut Butter Hummus

    Hummus, the Arabic word for chickpea, is the most popular dip in Middle Eastern cuisine. The basic recipe calls for cooked and mashed chickpeas, blended together with olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, sesame paste and seasoning. It's thick and creamy with a great savory flavor. It can be a dip for pita bread or vegetables but also the base for roasted vegetables or even meats like ground lamb or beef shish kebobs.

    For some people, nothing beats the taste and smoothness of homemade hummus. But for those who prefer a quicker method, there are several food brands that make and sell ready made hummus in almost all grocery stores in the United States.

    Still, traditional hummus is not always the easiest taste for kids who did not grow up with it. Peanut butter hummus, however, is definitely a kid favorite. Naturally high in protein, it can also be helpful for picky eaters who don't eat a lot of meats. But, while we definitely would like children to eat more legumes, such as the chickpeas that form the base of all hummus, the fact is that most adults love peanut butter every bit as much as children do.

    Most people, particularly in the United States, are fans of the paste made from dry roasted peanuts. And, in fact, the US is the leading consumer and importer of peanut butter. There is a great variety to choose from on the store shelves including smooth, chunky, sweetened and all natural with either just peanuts and salt or peanuts alone with no other ingredients. And while it is true that neither peanuts nor peanut butter figure much into Middle Eastern cuisine, the popularity of peanut butter makes it a great addition to the cultural mash up dish.


    Grain-Free Peanut Butter Dog Treats

    I've always known I was going to be the type of mom who made baby food from scratch. I mean how could I not? I love cooking and I want my child to eat a diet rich in whole foods. But homemade dog treats? That I did not expect!

    Funny thing is, making dog treats from scratch is actually super simple and really cost effective. It's essentially like making cookies, but for your little doggie!

    Today I'm going to show you how to make some grain-free peanut butter dog treats that are high in protein, healthy and use just 6 ingredients!

    I've looked at making dog treats before, but haven't found a recipe that I love. Trevi is on a grain-free diet, and has been her entire life, so I wanted to avoid all purpose flour and oat flour (which tend to be the primary ingredients in most dog treats).

    When I started searching for grain-free dog treats however, I noticed that many of them were filled with a nut flour or coconut flour. To me, a coconut flour and peanut butter based treats seem like a little bit too much fat for a pup.

    My solution? Chickpea flour!

    Chickpea flour has a lovely consistency when it's baked, it's naturally high in protein, is packed with fiber and you really can't taste it in the treats at all. It also helps hold them together and the higher protein helps make sure they don't crumble apart when you roll them out.

    I also added in some coconut flour. Coconut, in moderation of course, is actually great for dog's coats. I love Trevi's curls and coconut flour will help make them shiny and soft.

    And to finish these grain-free treats off, we have banana, peanut butter and eggs. Then cut them into shapes (I used this dog bone cookie cutter), bake and you're done!

    I was actually pleasantly surprised how easy these were to make. I've tried my hand at dog treats before and they've been a pain to roll out, super sticky, took a while to bake AND I used to use a tiny little cutter which took forever.

    This recipe? Comes together in under 20 minutes!

    And yes, that little doggie of mine sure does love them ❤️

    (p.s. watch the video at the end of this post to see how she almost bites my hand off . )

    These grain-free peanut butter dog treats also make the BEST Christmas present!

    If you're already going to be baking up some cookies, whip up a batch of these and give them to all your little furry friends. And since they're (mostly) allergy-friendly, you don't have to worry too about them causing upset tummies or…ya know, the other thing.

    I like putting mine in a mason jar, adding a little Christmas tag with a little handwritten note (usually from Trevi!). So sweet, personal and please…tell me what dog owner wouldn't want to get homemade dog treats!?


    Recipe Summary

    • ¼ cup mashed potatoes
    • 2 tablespoons milk
    • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    • 1 pinch salt
    • 1 (16 ounce) package confectioners' sugar
    • 1 tablespoon confectioners' sugar for dusting, or as needed
    • ⅓ cup peanut butter, or as needed

    Combine mashed potatoes, milk, vanilla extract, and salt in a bowl.

    Stir confectioners' sugar into potato mixture until a dough consistency is reached. Refrigerate dough until chilled, about 1 hour.

    Sprinkle confectioners' sugar on a cutting board or waxed paper.

    Roll dough into a large rectangular shape on prepared surface.

    Spread enough peanut butter on top layer of dough to cover.

    Roll dough into a jelly roll shape refrigerate roll for 1 hour. Slice dough into pinwheels to serve.


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    Anne’s or Snoop’s School Lunch Peanut Butter Cookies — You Decide

    For this recipe you can use Anne’s 1/2 cup shortening or Snoop Dogg’s 2 sticks of butter. I made both and the family chose Snoop’s, citing “more flavor” yet commenting on how they liked the texture of Anne’s. The cookies on the left are Anne’s and the ones on the right are Snoop’s. Whichever version you choose, adding peanut butter chips is never a bad idea, and you might also want to throw on a little coarse sugar and sea salt to amplify the flavor.

    If you don’t want to make either version or are interested in a shortening/butter hybrid, check out Sadie’s Peanut Butter Cookies, another one close to the old school lunch peanut butter cookies. The only catch with Sadie’s is you need to have cake flour.



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