December 18, 2008

Peanut Butter Gianduja

Found this box at the local hobby shop.Perfect for chocolates.

I've been putting off this post for a few days now.Finals came up,so I was concerned with that and now I'm at my parent's with a slow connection and can barely upload pictures. Crapola! This is my third and final post on my christmas chocolates this year. I fared quite well for my first time of actually getting something out and look forward to next year. This year's box includes 4 different confections.

1. Matcha Bonbons
2. Gingerbread latte Bonbons
3. Caramel Squares
4. Peanut Butter Squares

Peanut Butter "Gianduja" (seriously my new favorite word)

1 part peanut butter, smooth
1 part white chocolate chips

1. Melt white chocolate in microwave using a microwave safe container.
2. Melt the peanut butter in a microwave safe container as well.
3. Mix the peanut butter and white chocolate together until thoroughly combined.
4. Line a small baking sheet with foil or plastic wrap and pour mixture into sheet.
5. Level it out and put in the freezer to harden. (It's much easier to cut while cold)
6. Take out of foil or plastic wrap and cut into 1 inch sqaures using a heated chef knife.
7. Place back into freezer until ready to dip into melted chocolate.

Happy Holidays!

8 comments:

Joy the Baker said...

This looks like the most rich peanut butter fudge ever! And yea... isn't Guanduja just the most fun word!? Ha! Hope you have a great holiday now that finals are over!

Maya said...

That is sure sinful!

Lisa said...

I made this this evening to include as part of the " christmas goodies" boxes for my family. I made the mistake of tasting it .. now I don't want to give it away ! :)
Lovely and simple recipe.

Mom said...

Great blog! Love to see another candy maker out there...check out my blog

motherskitchen.blogspot.com

mlle noƫlle said...

Hi Veronica, I am a fellow MLFB and checking out your blog for the first time... Your chocolates look gorgeous! I meant to make Christmas goodies this year but never got to it, so I'm thinking of doing it for Valentine's Day instead. I'm not super talented in the confection department, but the caramels look like something I could handle. I'll put you on my blogroll :)
Cheers,
Noelle

Sildenafil said...

they look really lovely, I am so glad to know about this recipe which is so amazing and attractive for many people who read this article.

Bruce said...

Thanks for a great candy Recipe
Christmas Candy Recipe

Ambreen (Simply Sweet 'n Savory) said...

Thank you for this lovely recipe. It was a great hit and so easy to make :)

Peanut Butter Gianduja Chocolates

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