Miniature Micro-Dose Peanut Butter Cups

Apr 30, 2018 | 0 comments

It’s safe to say that when you add peanut butter to chocolate you get an amazing combination of creamy, melt-in-your-mouth deliciousness that is hard to resist. That’s why we wanted to change things up and create our own twist on this popular treat. These miniature peanut butter cups are one of our favourite, not to mention simplest desserts to make. Their size makes them  perfect for snacking, but can easily be made full sized depending on preference. Infused with a low dose of THC they make an excellent micro-dose edible or you can choose not to infuse these and they are just as spectacular. Having an affinity for both peanut butter and chocolate makes this the holy grail of munchies and one of our go-to desserts for occasions with friends and family!


3 Cups of Milk Chocolate
1 1/2 tbsp Shortening
1/3 Cup Butter (infused or not)
2/3 Cup Peanut Butter
1/2 Cup Gram Cracker Crumbs
1 Cup Icing Sugar
Pinch of Salt


Makes: 36 Mini Cups
Prep Time: 40 minutes


To make the Cups:

  1. Line a cupcake tray and set aside
  2. In a small sauce pan add peanut butter, butter and salt. Stir over medium heat until melted and combined
  3. Add icing sugar and graham cracker crumbs. Mix until the icing sugar is incorporated completely, it may take a minute but it will come together. Set aside
  4. In a double boiler add chocolate and shortening. Continue stirring with spatula until melted and combined then remove from heat and let cool slightly. Note: The shortening isn’t necessary, but it does help with the consistency of the chocolate when trying to spread in the cups and it helps give them that smooth finished look
  5. Once chocolate has cooled slightly, add about a teaspoon of chocolate to each cup. Use the spoon to push the chocolate up the sides, so they are lightly coated
  6. Get the peanut butter mixture and scoop a teaspoon into to each chocolate lined cup and press in very lightly
  7. Put another teaspoon of chocolate on top of each and tap the tray on the counter lightly to smoothen out the tops. If you notice the peanut butter sticking out anywhere just add a little more chocolate
  8. Place in the freezer to allow chocolate to set (about 2 hours)
  9. Serve and enjoy!

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