Who’s ready for dairy-free peanut butter cups...
that can be peanut-free, too?!
Let’s say your family wants dessert,
but the last thing you want to do is mix a bunch of ingredients and turn on the oven.
This happen to anyone besides me?
Fortunately, some of my family’s favorite creations actually require no baking and little time.
Maybe I trained them right?!
And these allergy-friendly peanut butter cups are one of those very delights.
Yes, these just take two ingredients:
allergy-free chocolate and your favorite nut, seed, or peanut butter.
And yeah, we could just eat nut butter on a spoon with chocolate chips,
but I get high praises from the fam when I actually mold these into little cups.
Since we aren’t allergic to peanuts, I use Smucker’s natural peanut butter without sugar.
If you’re allergic to nuts and peanuts, perhaps try Sunbutter (affiliate).
If nuts aren’t a problem but peanuts are, maybe try almond or another nut butter.
Lots of options here, which is awesome.
For the chocolate, Enjoy Life (affiliate) chocolate chips are what we use.
I always keep them stocked for fun treats like this, and it’s free of the top 8 allergens!
For molding, I use 100% Food Grade Silicone Cups (affiliate) and the treats pop right out.
These are super easy to clean!
So here are quick easy instructions on how to have your own allergy-safe peanut butter cups…
in 30 quick minutes with just 2 ingredients.
I thin the chocolate with a little coconut oil, but this step is optional. Enjoy!
Easy Allergy-Free Peanut Butter Cups
PEANUT BUTTER CUP INGREDIENTS
1 cup Enjoy Life chocolate (affiliate)
2 Tbs Coconut Oil (optional)
Favorite nut, seed, or peanut butter (based on allergy needs)
PEANUT BUTTER CUP DIRECTIONS
Melt Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips and coconut oil over the stove on low heat, stirring constantly. Do not allow any water to get into the mixture or it will clump. Take off heat as soon as all chocolate is melted.
Spoon melted chocolate into silicone cups until bottom is covered or desired thickness is achieved.
Freeze the chocolate in the cups for 5-10 minutes.
Spread a tablespoon or so of nut, seed, or peanut butter on top of the frozen chocolate.
Freeze again until the butter is hardened.
Store in the freezer.
The peanut butter melts easily and gets messy when left out or even in the refrigerator.
But who doesn’t like frozen peanut butter cups, anyways?!
Hope you enjoy these simple homemade peanut butter cups as much as we do!