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Peanut Butter Ball Stuffed Chocolate Cupcakes With Peanut Butter Buttercream

We are huge peanut butter lovers in this house, but you don’t see a ton of peanut butter recipes on here because our daughter has a nut allergy. We still eat it, but I don’t bake with it that often, which is a shame because it’ SO good. Buckeye Balls. Peanut Butter Cups. Chocolate + …
  • Kathryn Hendrickson

    Peanut Butter Ball StuffedChocolate Cupcake w/ Peanut Butter Buttercream Frosting DIY- (Cupcake wrapped gift idea~ To package individual Cupcake. Put them in a clear plastic cup, put the cup in a bag, tie with a ribbon and voila!)

  • Diane Sherart

    Need to package individual Cupcakes? Put them in a clear plastic cup, put the cup in a bag, tie with a ribbon and voila! (Peanut Butter Ball Chocolate Cupcakes With Peanut Butter Buttercream Recipe)

  • ~*~ Cindy ~*~

    Peanut Butter Ball Cupcakes (package individual cupcakes in a clear plastic cup in a bag & tie with a ribbon)

  • Michelle Vick

    Need to package individual Cupcakes? Put them in a clear plastic cup, put the cup in a bag, tie with a ribbon. Party favors Buffi

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