Thursday, June 30, 2011

Molten Peanut Butter Caramel Brownie Cakes

Dear future children,

When or if I have you, I want you to know that you will eat dessert.

There will be butter, eggs, sugar and chocolate.
There will be nuts, cherries, berries and custard.

When you come home from school, you will be presented with homemade chocolate ice cream.
When you come in from soccer practice, I will feed you oatmeal cookies.

And, you must eat them now because they're fresh and warm from the oven!
And you must eat it all because wasting is bad and I have to teach you morals. So don't pout, just eat your dessert!

Finished supper? Great! Have one of these Molten Peanut Butter Caramel Brownie Cakes.

Your meals will be healthy and nutritious, but there will be dessert.

Fruit will make an appearance so other mom's don't think I'm terrible, but it will still be dessert.

If you are fat, it will probably be my fault.
I apologize in advance.

Your food-obsessed weirdo future mother,

These Molten Peanut Butter Caramel Brownie Cakes are nuts. They're just insane.

The molten filling is made by combining this salted caramel sauce with creamy peanut butter.

Serve these guys warm for a gooey center. Or, cool completely and then refrigerate until thoroughly chilled - this makes them super dense and fudgey. Baking them quick in a heavy duty nonstick muffin pan is the key to keeping them extra gooey in the middle.

I hope you pack this in your son's/daughter's lunch box. They will freak out. Then, when they get home, send them out to do six laps around the block.

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