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Peanut Butter Marbled Brownie Skillet Pie

That’s a mouthful of a title isn’t? Well this is a mouthful of a recipe too. I’m actually quite proud of it. It turned out differently than I thought it would, but in a good way! Instead of these being just brownies with some peanut butter swirled in, it’s more like a brownie pie with some peanut butter flavored cheesecake swirled in! A definite winner.

I started with my recipe for brownies in a cast iron skillet, then I added a mixture of sugar, peanut butter, cream cheese and eggs to come up with this beauty. It takes one full hour to bake and it’s really best enjoyed the day after. So if you can, plan ahead or make this first thing in the morning. Enjoying this at room temperature is a must. The marbling is pretty and the pie itself rich enough that no additional toppings, syrup or frosting is necessary. Keeps well, just leave it in the pan and cover will foil.

Peanut Butter Marbled Brownie Skillet Pie
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Peanut Butter Layer

6 oz cream cheese, softened
2/3 cup creamy peanut butter
1/3 cup granulated sugar
2 eggs
1/2 teaspoon vanilla

Brownie Layer

3/4 cup (1.5 sticks) unsalted butter
3 oz unsweetened baking chocolate, coarsely chopped
1 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
3 eggs
3/4 cup unbleached all purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Preheat the oven to 325 F. Lightly grease the bottom and sides of a 10″ cast iron skillet.

In a mixer at medium speed, cream together cream cheese, peanut butter, and sugar. Beat for 2 minutes. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each  addition. Beat in vanilla. Cover and set aside.

Cut butter into 6 chunks. Place butter and chopped chocolate into a bowl and melt in the microwave. Add both sugars to melted chocolate and stir until everything is combined. Add eggs, one at a time, stir well after each addition. Add vanilla, stir well. Add flour and salt and stir until there are no traces of flour left.

Reserve one cup of the brownie batter and set aside. Pour remaining brownie batter into prepared skillet.

Spread the peanut butter mixture over the brownie batter.

Spoon the remaining one cup of brownie batter in dollops on to the top of the peanut butter mixture.

Insert icing spatula or butter knife into the batter (spatula should be straight up and down) and swirl the mixture. Do not overdo it, start from one side and finish at the other, no need to go over it again.

Bake in preheated oven for 55-65 minutes (mine was 63). The center will puff up a bit and the edges will pull away from the sides of the pan. Allow to cool in pan on a cooling rack until completely cooled.


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22 Responses to Peanut Butter Marbled Brownie Skillet Pie

  1. 1
    Julie says:

    Oh goodness, I could use a big helping of that…perhaps topped with ice cream? I think I have everything I need to make it, too…hmm.

  2. 2
    natalia says:

    Ciao Amanda ! it looks divine ! Great creation !

  3. 3
    Lauren at Keep It Sweet says:

    Looks like it is time to start using my skillet!

  4. 4
    Tasty Eats At Home says:

    This looks addictive!

  5. 5
    Pattypro says:

    We enjoyed your Brownies in a Cast Iron Skillet…this looks like a wonderful variation. Must try it soon.

  6. 6
    Jen says:

    Wow! This looks so good – and PB and Chocolate, who can go wrong there! thanks!

  7. 7
    Jennifurla says:

    This is so pretty, I just love that gorgeous swirl

  8. 8
    TC says:

    OMG, my two most fav things, PB and chocolate. Who could want for something else

  9. 9
    Linda says:

    wow I really like your crafts recipes I will be coming back often thank you

  10. 10
    Brandy J. says:

    HOLY COW!! These look so good. Thanks for making me super hungry right after eating breakfast. :)

  11. 11
    Peabody says:

    Well that just looks to die for!

  12. 12
    Barbara Bakes says:

    Such a pretty dessert. I imagine it would be almost impossible not to eat it hot out of the oven around our house.

  13. 13
    cookies and cups says:

    I still need to try that! My cast iron skillet is sitting all lonely-like in my pantry right now begging to be filled with delicious brownies :)

  14. 14
    Hollie - TheSevenYearCottage.com says:

    That looks so good!

  15. 15
    Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] says:

    Yum Amanda, that looks amazing. The way you've described it, I'm having a fierce midnight craving because of it :)

  16. 16
    Amy (naptimecrafters) says:

    Yum!!! I'm featuring you as a Friday Fav at naptimecrafters.blogspot.com

    See you at the party on Friday:)

  17. 17
    Jill @ Women Who Do It All says:

    Yum! I'm featuring this at womenwhodoitall.blogspot.com

    Jill

  18. 18
    Stephanie Lynn @Under the Table and Dreaming says:

    Amanda – This sounds delicious! I have never cooked a cake or bread in cast iron though I would love to try! Thanks so much for linking to the Sunday Showcase Party – I greatly appreciate it. I have featured this. Hope you are having a great week ~ Stephanie Lynn
    http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2011/05/last-weeks-showcase-features-and.html

  19. 19
    Kayla says:

    Holy whoa!! These sound amazing…I love anything chocolate and peanut butter!

  20. 20

    oooo and I have a cast iron skillet too hahaha

  21. 21

    This looks absolutely sensational! I’m going out to buy a skillet this instant!

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