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  • Homemade Peanut Butter Slice

    An indulgent, high calorie treat for when your sweet tooth gets the better of you

    If you're a fan or peanut butter with a weakness for chocolate then you simply have to try these Homemade Peanut Butter Slices. Using Instant Oats and our 100% natural Peanut Butter, this is a great recipe to combine some delicious chocolate and biscuits with your Myprotein favourites.


    10 Digestive biscuits
    2 scoops of Myprotein Instant Oats
    50g of unsalted butter
    200g Myprotein Peanut Butter (Smooth or Crunchy)
    75g milk chocolate
    75g dark chocolate


    1. Line a 23cm square tray with baking paper.
    2. To make the base, pulverise the biscuits and melt the butter then add biscuits and Instant Oats to the butter. Press into the bottom of the tin.
    3. Spread the peanut butter evenly on top of the base.
    4. Melt the chocolate together in a bowl above simmering water until melted, then spread the chocolate over the top. Place the tin in the fridge to set for at least an hour.
    5. As an extra luxury, try adding a shot of brandy to the melted chocolate or alternatively you can add orange zest.
    6. Add a slight dusting of cinnamon and serve!

    Makes 14 (generous) servings.

    Comments 3 Comments
    1. Grouch's Avatar
      Lol, there's no way on earth that the peanut butter in this picture is MP's...
    1. fossman's Avatar
      Just made some of these, not sure they will turn out right as 50g of melted butter didn't seem enough to bind the 10 digestives and 2 scoops of instant oats. Maybe some exact weight measurements for the digestives and oats might help.
    1. fossman's Avatar

      They did not turn out too bad in teh end, as I predicted the base could have done with more butter as it is too crumbly.

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