A crunchy, chocolatey, peanut buttery treat!
Inspired by the popular Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, my sister spread peanut butter on an OREO. It tasted like a crunchy peanut butter cup.
Could anything be better with a glass of cold milk on a hot summer day?
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Transcribed by Otter.ai; Lightly edited by Linda. Please forgive typos or grammar errors :)
Episode 109 - PB & OMG!
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Today I'm talking about PB and OMG! During the summer between my senior year in high school and heading off to college, my sister and I were hired by our next-door neighbor to “babysit” her two sons. They were old enough to stay home by themselves but she wanted us to make sure they didn't kill each other. Brothers right? Best friends some days, enemies other days.
My sister discovered this gem or at least she was the one who told me about it, inspired by the popular Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. She spread peanut butter on an OREO. It tasted like a crunchy peanut butter cup. Could anything be better with a glass of cold milk on a hot summer day?
3 OREO cookies or however many you'd like; I use the OREO Thins, but you do you
Peanut butter, to taste
Spread peanut butter on an OREO. If you're making this for many people, make as many as you think will keep the crowd in check.
Eat and enjoy!
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