Peanut Butter Cup Batter Dip is perfect for the peanut butter and chocolate lover. It is a great sweet dip for any of your parties. You won’t believe how simple it is easy to make and the flavor is out of this world. This Peanut Butter Cup Batter Dip is a quick and easy dessert that the whole family will love! It’s a great sweet dip for any of your parties.
Peanut Butter Cup Dip
The Peanut Butter Cup Batter Dip is a quick and easy dessert that the whole family will love! It’s great for any of your parties. Whether you’re throwing a party or just want to enjoy this delicious sweet dip, this is one of those dips that you will be known for.
This Peanut Butter Cup Batter Dip will be the hit of any party, it is a nice sweet treat that will have all peanut butter and chocolate lovers coming back for more! It won’t take you long to make and you can have many different things like pretzels, graham crackers, or fruit to dip in it!
This dip recipe happened because I had my husband’s work picnic one weekend and I was volunteered to make a dessert (surprise surprise). My husband loves chocolate peanut butter cups so I wanted to try something new but something I also knew he would love. He loved this dessert dip, his friends loved it and now I am asked to make it often.
Chocolate and Peanut Butter Recipes
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcakes
- Peanut butter blossom cookie cups
- Chocolate peanut butter eggs
- Peanut Butter Balls
- Peanut Butter Blossom Cupcakes
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Thumbprint Cookies
- Peanut butter Blossom cookies
How to Store This Dip
This dip keeps well in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. You can also freeze this very simple chocolate peanut butter cup batter for later use. Just put it into a freezer safe container and freeze until ready to serve. Let the dip sit out of the freezer for some time before serving so that it’s easier to scoop!
Just be sure not to put it in the microwave when you take it out of the freezer. Heat will melt all of the deliciousness right off! If desired, thaw in refrigerator overnight before serving.
How to Eat This Dip
This chocolate peanut butter cup batter dip is so easy and delicious that no one has to wait for a party to enjoy it. It is excellent as a dip for fruit like strawberries, banana slices or apples! Just cut the fruit and set out on a plate with some graham crackers or your favorite wafer cookies. You could even serve this up in a bread bowl style bread loaf, cover with plastic wrap and place a big spoon right on top.
This dip goes so well with both salty and sweet options. It might sound weird, but you can even try this dip with salty options like chips.
How to Serve for a Party
A fun way to serve this dip is to place small amounts of dip into small individual size bowls or to place it inside of a mini muffin tin. Each person can use a muffin space to create their own incredible version of this dip. Each person can add their own add ins to personalize the dip.
Variations to the Peanut Butter Cup Dip
There are a lot of different ways to change up this dip. You can make it as is or you can spice it up by using some delicious add ins.
Chocolate Chips. I mean this goes without saying, but chocolate chips and peanut butter are the perfect combinations.
Peanut Butter Chips. Can you have too much peanut butter? No way. Peanut butter and more peanut butter makes this dip even better.
Toffee Chips. Whether you use chopped toffee bars or use toffee style chips, you will be amazed at how amazing the peanut butter cup dip and the salty chocolate toffee go together.
Caramel. You can add caramel chips or you can drizzle caramel sauce over the top of the dip, caramel will add a nice flavor to the peanut butter dip.
Chocolate Sauce. Speaking of adding sauce to the top, chocolate sauce will be a nice addition to the the dip as well.
Crunchy Peanut Butter. While I prefer a smooth peanut butter dip, some people love the crunch that a crunchy peanut butter gives to desserts. The crunchy peanut butter will blend in about the same as the smooth peanut butter.
Peanut Butter Alternative. If you can not use peanut butter or simply want a different flavor, you can use a peanut butter alternative instead. Whether it is. a sunflower butter or almond butter, this dip will still taste amazing. Since this peanut butter cup dip uses peanut butter cups as part of the batter, you will need to find a peanut butter cup alternative.
Hazelnut Spread. This is another peanut butter swap that will be so decadent and above the top that you guests won’t even know what to say.
Peanut Butter Cup Dip Ingredients
- Cream cheese softened
- peanut butter
- powdered sugar
- all purpose flour
- cocoa powder
- brown sugar
- kosher salt
- 10 peanut butter cups chopped
How to Make Peanut Butter Cup Dip
In the bowl of your mixer, beat together the cream cheese and the butter until smooth.
Cream in the brown sugar.
Slowly add in the cocoa powder, flour, vanilla, salt, and 1 tablespoon milk.
Mix until smooth.
Add the powdered sugar and the other tablespoon of milk.
Beat until smooth.
Mix in the peanut butter cups.
Serve with anything of your choosing my favorites are pretzel or chocolate graham crackers.
Easy Dip Recipes
Peanut Butter Cup Dessert Dip
- In the bowl of your mixer, beat together the cream cheese and the butter until smooth.
- Cream in the brown sugar.
- Slowly add in the cocoa powder, flour, vanilla, salt, and 1 tablespoon milk.
- Mix until smooth.
- Add the powdered sugar and the other tablespoon of milk.
- Beat until smooth.
- Mix in the peanut butter cups.
- Serve with anything of your choosing my favorites are pretzel or chocolate graham crackers.