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I am a bit of a sucker for peanut butter. Especially on toast with real butter and lashings of homemade jam. A few years ago, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups became popular here in the UK although I know they have been popular in the US for many years, and whilst I love them, I wanted something a bit more 'substantial' to go with my afternoon tea!

I hope you enjoy this recipe and all the sticky peanuty goodness that goes with it ;)


  • 115g melted unsalted butter
  • 130g crushed digestive biscuits
  • 120g icing sugar
  • 215g smooth peanut butter + 1 tablespoon of smooth peanut butter for topping
  • 90g dark chocolate
  • 90g milk chocolate


  1. Add the melted butter, crushed digestive biscuits, peanut butter (215g) and the icing sugar to a bowl.
  2. Mix the bowl contents together with a fork and mash the digestive biscuits down even more into the mix until you get a nice fine sand texture. Please try and avoid the temptation to dip your finger in and lick...ah what the heck! Have a sneaky dip ;)
  3. Add the mix to a square or rectangle baking tray that has been lined with parchment OR cheat and use a silicone cake tray like I did, it makes life so much easier! Pat the mix down so it is level and packed in tight.
  4. Break up the dark chocolate and milk chocolate into a bowl and pop in the microwave for 90 seconds to melt. Take out of the microwave and add  the 1 tablespoon of peanut butter in and stir to mix.
  5. Your chocolate should be melted by now, if not just pop back in the microwave for 30 seconds, take out the mix and give it another good stir, stop stirring when everything is mixed, melted and glossy.
  6. Pour the chocolate mix onto the peanut biscuit base and start to spread all over the base.
  7. Once the chocolate is all over the base, pop in the fridge and allow to set for about 2 hours.  Take out the tray, the huge biscuit (no this is not for one portion!... shame!) will not be quite set yet, but remove it from the tray and then slice them into however many slices you want, either tiny mini morsels or big huge mouthfuls. Pop back in the fridge for another 2 hours and then they are ready to go. You can also freeze these and the will last about 6 months in the freezer.
  8. Enjoy!

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With articles in publications such as The Daily Mail, Reuters, Fox News, Bella Magazine & more, Bexz is a journalist, blogger & writer on all aspects of natural living including natural health, complimentary therapies & food.

With over 20 years experience writing for the food and natural health industries, Bexz knows her way around a kitchen as well as living the natural life and creating a natural home.  Bexz has worked with some amazing brands such as The Walt Disney Corporation, Marks & Spencer, Asda, Schar, Sainsburys, Lindt UK, Pukka Teas, The Ideal Home Show, Grand Designs Live, Natural & Organic Products Show, The BBC, The Lord Mayor’s Show London and many more. 

Bexz is honoured to receive regular press accreditation for trade & retail shows like the Natural & Organic Products Show, The Ideal Home Show, Grand Designs Live, The Allergy & Free From Show, among others.  Bexz has been a qualified complimentary therapist since 1995 and a web designer by trade.

Bexz is also a gamer and is proud to be part of the UK esports team ‘Bulldog’, she has been playing World of Warcraft since 2004 and runs a guild with over 500 members. She also now plays Overwatch competitively as part of the ‘Bulldog’ team.

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As a food writer and cook, Bexz certainly knows her way around a kitchen. After travelling extensively around the world eating at some of the world's finest restaurants, Bexz also has exacting standards on both food and service. She loves to write reviews on good food products produced here in the UK and also healthy and 'free from' food products. You'll also find some of her own recipes here that have been published in various media publications. She has been voted in the top 40 of UK food writers.

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Bexz lives in the countryside just outside London and runs her busy household like a mini homestead. Because of this she has been writing and publishing articles and natural home recipes for over 25 years. All aspects of natural living and the natural home are covered from ideas, to recipes, to reviews and opinions. Many of her articles have been published and she was also nominated as Netmums blog of the week on several occasions and has also written for the Daily Mail amongst others.

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When Bexz was 19 she suffered a series of strokes and had meningitis which left her in a wheelchair, she was also diagnosed with M.E. and Guillain-Barré Syndrome. Since then she has studied to become a fully qualified complimentary therapist and has great respect for all avenues of natural healing and wellbeing. She writes on various topics from reviews of products to new therapies, as well as general blogging on the subject. She has been published in Top Santé magazine and interviewed on BBC Radio several times.

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