We are all gearing up for the great trick or treat of 2011. This year we’re headed to the American Museum of Natural History to do our haunting. I don’t know if you know this about me, but I HATE MINIATURES. The FREAK ME THE HELL OUT. “Night at the Museum”? May as well be “Nightmare at the Museum; Cat’s personal Hell” They have tiny swords, tiny guns, and tiny little feet just waiting to crawl all over me. If I were Gulliver and landed on Liliput, I would just sit in that prison and cry until I woke up dead. (who says you can’t wake up dead?)
There are also MOTHER FRIGGEN REAL LOOKING FAKE SPIDERS. The creature I fear more than any other. More than porcelain dolls, more than owners of porcelain dolls, more than snakes, more than Paula Deen and Sandra Lee COMBINED. -If Sandra Lee mated with one of Paula Deen’s children, it would basically be a stick of butter dipped in a tub of food coloring. It might be delicious, but it might also be deadly.
In the vein of Sandra Lee, I have concocted you something sort of brilliant. Do you have peanut butter cups you want to get rid of? No? Ok, do you have peanut butter and chocolate chips? Yes? Good, read on.
- 1 bag frozen buttermilk biscuits, thawed and quartered
- 1/2 bag chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup creamy pb
- 1/3 cup brown sugar
- 1/4 cup soft butter
Preheat oven to 350F, grease a bundt pan, combine pb, brown sugar, butter and chocolate chips in a bowl. In the bundt pan, layer one layer of biscuit pieces and drop a bit of pb mixture over the top of the layer. Repeat until finished. Bake until golden brown-about 35 minutes. Let cool, turn out onto a plate, pull apart and eat. die. That’s about it.