Frozen Peanut Butter Cups is a simple 2 ingredient dessert that doesn’t require any baking and takes no time at all to make. The 2 ingredients used are peanut butter and Cool Whip and all you do is mix together the peanut butter and cool whip in a bowl and evenly divide the dessert into muffin tins. This an old WW dessert that I found about a year ago (back in 2011). I like re-discovering old recipes like this and you forget how good they tasted.
You can make mini peanut butter cups using a 24 muffin cup pan or 12 peanut butter cups using a standard muffin pan.
PB2 can be subbed for regular peanut butter. If you’re wondering what PB2 is it is just powdered peanut butter and can usually be found next to the other peanut butter in your grocery store. Buy it on Amazon here.
Toppings for Frozen Peanut Butter Cups
I used some light dessert topping and drizzled some Hershey’s chocolate syrup over the frozen peanut butter cups. Don’t they look cute? They taste like Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup without all the fat.
You could also sprinkle some chocolate shavings on top or drizzle more peanut butter on them. I’ve used these 2 ingredients and added it to a store bought cookie pie crust. So good!
- 8 ounces Cool Whip Free
- 6 tablespoons peanut butter
- Sugar-free chocolate sauce (for drizzle)
- Combine Cool Whip and peanut butter in a bowl.
- Line mini muffin pan with 24 mini cupcake liners and spoon in mixture.
- Place in freezer for 2 to 3 hrs.
Points Plus: 1
Freestyle Points: 3 (12 muffin cup pan)
Freestyle Poits: 1(24 muffin cup pan)
- Category: Easy
- Method: Freezer
- Cuisine: American
- Serving Size: 24
- Calories: 32
- Fat: 2
- Carbohydrates: 2.8
- Fiber: .3
- Protein: 1.0
Keywords: frozen peanut butter cups
I am not affiliated with WW formerly known as Weight Watchers in any way. I am just a member who likes to create WW recipes and share them with everyone. Freestyle is the name of the current program of WW and smart points are calculated for the recipes. Some blogs list them as freestyle smart points and some list them as smart points. There is no difference between the 2.