Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars



Is your mouth watering yet?
With Super Bowl weekend around the corner this is a recipe to have on hand.
Oh, and wouldn’t they make cute footballs??? 
You too can knock it out in like 30 minutes…so I won’t keep you and will get straight to it!
No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars
Yields 12
Great sweet treats without having to bake!
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Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
25 min
Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
25 min
  1. 1 c. softened butter
  2. 2 c. of granulated graham crackers
  3. 2 c. confectioner's sugar
  4. 1 c. peanut butter
  5. 1.5 c. semi-sweet chocolate morsels
  6. 2 tbsp. peanut butter
  7. 2 tbsp. butter
  1. In a food processor combine graham crackers, 2 c. confectioner's sugar, 1 c. of softened butter and 1 c. of peanut butter.
  2. Spread in the bottom of a 9x13 baking dish.
  3. In a double boiler over medium heat melt 1.5 c. of semi sweet chocolate morsels, 2 tbsp. of butter, 2 tbsp. of peanut butter.
  4. Pour over graham cracker mixture.
  5. Refrigerate until chocolate layer hardens.
  6. Cut and serve
  7. Enjoy!
  1. Add more graham cracker crumbs to thicken the bottom layer if needed!
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25 thoughts on “Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars”

  • Quick question: Are the photos above of the original recipe or are the photos of bars that have more graham cracker crumbs added to the bottom layer to make it thicker? Also, does adding more graham cracker crumbs require more butter and peanut butter?
    Thank you for posting a great looking recipe. My family will love these bars.

  • Hi:
    I have printed out the recipe for No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars.
    My question is the frosting. I have found lately when I have melted chocolate chips and butter the choc chip do not melt like they used to. I have tried Nestlé’s and Hershey’s and both end up the same. I never used to have this problem what else can I use as I am afraid to try them again. The frosting is thick and hard to even spread.
    Thanks for your help. Eunice

  • I make these all the time! The finer the graham crumbs are, the better. I put the grahams in a big ziploc bag and use my rolling pin to make them like powder. I mix the ingredients in my stand mixer with the dough hook. To make the recipe even easier, I use Nutella for the topping. A 9×13 pan lasts about a day here!

  • So how much is a sleeve of graham crackers. Someone else had this question and I did not see an answer. You know all graham crackers are not created equal! They have new ones that have only about 6 crackers per pack. No matter what recipe you use you need to be specific as nothing stays the same. I have a recipe that calls for a 10 cent size 7up. I bet there are not many people that have a clue what that is.

    • Thanks for letting me know how I could more clarify the recipe! I just changed it to include you need about 2 cups of crushed graham crackers. I hope you enjoy!

      • Laura Beth,
        Quick question – in this comment, you state “about 2 cups of crushed graham crackers” are needed, yet above, in the ingredient list, it states 1 cup.
        Could you please clarify which one is correct?
        Thanks so much — Toni

        • It was a typo! Thanks so much for letting me know…it used to say one sleeve but that was confusing I think, so I must have mistyped the other day when I went back to edit. I fixed it now :o)

  • Just made these — they are delicious! They are like lazy man’s Buckeyes. Same ingredients, just as yummy, and lots easier to make!

  • These look so delicious!! Pinning them and trying this weekend :) p.s. I featured you on Sugar Bee Crafts (reader features) today!

  • Yes, to your question. My mouth is watering. Man, you are so bad for me. I love peanut butter and chocolate, shame, shame, shame — Have a awesome week and super super bowl!!

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