The classic nutty-sweet combo of peanut butter and jelly has escaped the confines of the sandwich and landed in a tart. With the help of a skewer, it becomes artfully (yet easily) swirled. It's versatile, too: Swap in almost any type of jelly -- we like raspberry and strawberry as much as the typical grape. Whatever you choose, it's a nostalgic treat for all ages.
If fudge is overcooked, even a little, it will be dry and crumbly; it's always better to err on the side of undercooking. To ensure success, remove fudge from heat just before it reaches the soft-ball stage.
You probably have all the ingredients for these delicious peanut butter cookies on hand -- especially if you're a peanut butter fan! For extra peanut butter flavor, sprinkle cookies with salted peanuts before popping them in the oven. Substitute smooth peanut butter for chunky to get a different cookie texture.
Horizontal slices of rich brownie cake make dramatic stripes in this striking frozen dessert, which features all the fixings of an old-fashioned sundae -- and then some. Two kinds of ice cream -- vanilla and strawberry -- are used as the fillings, along with crunchy peanut butter and crushed raspberries. Everything is layered in a loaf pan before freezing, slicing, and serving -- with whipped cream, sugared peanuts, and cherries on top.