You may already know that my family is crazy about Holiday cookies, making well over 50,000 every holiday. Those cookies are simply amazing. But I was challenged to come up with a new recipe that was drippy, gooey and downright screen licking good.
Two layers of chocolate, a layer of peanut butter, a layer of caramel and a topping of toasted nutty goodness with deep bittersweet cocoa nibs. Yup, that should do it.
This is not a cookie for the tray. This peanut butter filled chocolate bark is going to leak gorgeous, gooey caramel everywhere. Hold off on cutting until you are ready to serve and enjoy fairly soon after cutting.
The Fat and Happy holidays are upon us, celebrate now before the-January-days-of-detox are here.
Fat and Happy Food Blog Tips and Techniques: An offset spatula is the key utensil here; it's worth the couple-dollar investment if you don't already own one.
Use the point of a knife to help break this into pieces, it's so rich that you'll only need a small piece. You may find serving this on a small plate is best to avoid dripping caramel everywhere- unless you like licking caramel off your arms.
1/4 cup butter
1/4 heaping cup brown sugar
1/4 cup cream
Melt the butter and the sugar together, bring to soft boil. Carefully whisk in the cream; simmer for 10 minutes.