As soon as, melted, include the chocolate (cut into small pieces). Keep stirring over low heat so the chocolate does not burn.
You may be skeptical that peanut butter and pumpkin could be a great combo. The ratio of peanut butter and pumpkin in these cups is best. These little bites of heaven are covered in a hard chocolate shell and filled with a creamy, mouthwatering filling that tastes like pumpkin pie and a tip of peanut butter. With this chilly fall air, the changing of the leaves and the bundling up in sweatshirts, these Mini Peanut Butter Pumpkin Cups sure are what Ive been craving. Add 1- 1 1/2 teaspoons of chocolate to the top of the peanut butter, make sure the chocolate completely covers the peanut butter mix.
Using a small muffin silicone pan, or small paper cups drop 1-1 1/2 teaspoons of the melted chocolate in 9 of the muffin moulds to form the base. Utilizing a spoon, rub a few of the chocolate around the sides of the cup (so some chocolate covers the side of the cup). Place in the freezer for 5 minutes.
You may be skeptical that peanut butter and pumpkin could be an excellent combination. It truly is! The ratio of peanut butter and pumpkin in these cups is perfect. These small bites of paradise are covered in a tough chocolate shell and filled with a velvety, mouthwatering filling that tastes like pumpkin pie and a hint of peanut butter. Everybody requires a little pumpkin goodness in their lives, you really cant fail.
If you happen to have a nut allergic reaction, subbing the peanut butter with a sunflower butter would more than likely work here (although I have actually not checked it). The sunflower butter would still create a creamy, abundant and scrumptious filling surrounded by smooth dark chocolate (are you drooling yet?).
Whether you make these vegan pumpkin cups for an autumn celebration or to simply sit in your freezer for you to munch on every night, they wont dissatisfy. Find that joyful spirit and offer these pumpkin-loaded vegan peanut butter cups a shot. It is Fall and in Fall we do all things pumpkin
Dish and guest post by: Green Eggs & & Yams.
Makes 9 mini cups.
Time to make 25 minutes (not consisting of freezing time)
100g dark chocolate.
1 tsp coconut oil.
1/4 cup Smooth Natural Peanut Butter.
1/4 cup Pumpkin Puree.
2 tablespoon maple syrup.
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice.
1 tsp vanilla.
sea salt to sprinkle on top
Include the filling ingredients (other than the salt) into a mixing bowl and completely integrate.
Bring the turn out of the freezer and include 2- 2 1/2 teaspoons of the peanut butter/pumpkin mixture to the frozen chocolate base. Smooth out the mix with a spoon so it sits rather flat on the chocolate base (this isnt that important- more just for appearance). Location back in the freezer for 3- 5minutes.
Add 1- 1 1/2 teaspoons of chocolate to the top of the peanut butter, make sure the chocolate fully covers the peanut butter mixture. Do this for all 9 cups. Then location back in the freezer for about 1 hour.
Get of the freezer a couple of minutes prior to enjoying them to let them soften just a little.
With this chilly fall air, the changing of the leaves and the bundling up in sweaters, these Mini Peanut Butter Pumpkin Cups sure are what Ive been yearning. They are providing my plain Jane vegan peanut butter cup recipe a run for its cash.
The pumpkin twist, one of the enjoyable parts about these pumpkin cups is that they are mini! These mini cups would be an excellent addition to a little Halloween celebration. No weird components in these deals with, just the excellent stuff.
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