Peanut Butter Cup Brownie Cupcakes

Recipe for the Peanut Butter Cup Brownie Cupcake is at the bottom of this post…Skip to the bottom for the recipe

Even though it’s Saturday, I didn’t jet off on a 3 hour yoga kind of morning like I usually do for my 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program that I’ve been working on.  For new readers, I’ve been a yoga teacher since 2001 at the 200 Hour Level, but have recently been pursing the highest level of yoga certification.  I needed to add 300 more hours to what I already had.  I mentioned in last week’s Highlights and Recaps Post that I would be graduating from my teacher training program this week.  And I did

Now I have my 500 Hours of teacher training completed, I have my certificate from an accredited yoga school, and can register with Yoga Alliance as a Yoga Teacher the Highest Level, a RYT-500!  If anyone missed my mega Yoga FAQ Post and you’re curious what this means or what you should be looking for in a teacher, I covered it there.

This has been nearly 10 years in the making.  It’s the culmination of a decade of dedication to the practice, to the yoga community, to students, to yoga being a lifelong path for me, both on and off the mat.  Yoga transcends all aspects of my life and it’s a gift I was fortunate enough to discover it a decade ago!  I am really proud of myself for this major life milestone and accomplishment.  For my regular readers you know how passionate I am about yoga and knowing that I have accomplished this goal, the highest level of certification, makes me really happy inside!  Not trying to brag, but I am just really happy!  And of course, doing it as a busy wife and mom makes the reward just that much sweeter!

Sunday I made No Bake Vegan Rum Cake Balls

You may or may not catch a buzz from these.  haha!

And I regaled you with my Caribbean Rum Cake Story with Scott that was my inspiration for the recipe.

Gave a Raw Vegan Foods Presentation that was actually part of my yoga teacher training curriculum.   And I had a few interesting attendees and comments to say the least!

And Shared Some of the Recipes I made during the Presentation
Spiralized Zuke Noodles
(for spiralizer info and what I have, where to buy it (the best $29.99 you’ll ever spend!) check out this post)

With my Homemade Peanut Sauce

 And Diced Veggies To Create This Dish

And Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse for Dessert

And I made Raw Vegan Mango-Banana Softserve with Vanilla Extract, sweetened with Agave

Vegan Gluten Free Pancakes

Chocolate Coconut Snowballs

And Roasting Veggies with Coconut Oil

to Hemp Products
Hemp Seeds & Hemp Oil & HempShake

Green Food

Dressed with my Homemade Vegan Slaw Dressing

 Raw Vegan Chocolate Donut Holes


I Made a Fresh Batch of high Raw Vegan Chocolate Coconut Snowballs

Coconut, Coconut Oil, Cocoa Powder, Maple, Vanilla

 Raw Vegan Chocolate Coconut Snowballs Are a 5 Minute Recipe!

Spiralized Zuke Noodles and Diced Veggiesfor Dinner

Tossed With My Homemade Peanut Sauce

Scott said he would never have known this was Raw Vegan Zucchini Noodle Pasta.  High praise coming from a former Mr. Meat & Potatoes Guy!

And Green Food


Overnight Vanilla Protein Oats

Which is very similar to my Overnight “Chocolate Brownie” Protein Oats Recipe

And Skylar and I had a Blogger Meetup!at Starbucks….

…With Madeline

Revamped recipe for No Bake Vegan PB Choc Chip Coconut Oil Protein Bars

Can see the Peanut Butter woven into the inside of the bar here?  oh yeah, baby!
I hope you make These Bars!  Lots of you have already told me you have made them and are loving them…That’s Awesome!

Here was some Green Food

With my homemade Maple Ginger Dijon Vinaigrette

And Peanut Butter Banana Softserve for Dessert


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I get my protein powder (Sun Warrior), my probiotics (Jarrow), my supplements and natural food (Navitas Naturals), and my natural body care products (Jason) or my Stevia (NuNaturals or Wisdom)….well, is your One Stop Shop for it all!!!

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And You Told me Whether You’re Into Overnight/Soaked Oats…or not.

Thursday I gave you my Recipe for Vegan Coconut Oil Chocolate
Large Pieces of Chocolate

Bite-Sized Pieces

Diced and oh so Pop-able!

Once you pop, you can’t stop!  But this chocolate recipe is healthy with all the good fat from the coconut oil, right?!

And Green Food

 Dressed With my Homemade Vegan Slaw Dressing

And Skylar Dressing Up
Skylar took it upon herself to dress up in a headband (she calls herself Pocahantas in it), her pink & purple wristband (which she calls herself a Ballerina in), and her Valentine’s Day red beads.

 Thank goodness she doesn’t know about Mardi Gras beads yet!


They are really similar to the PB Cup Chocolate Chip Cookies That I Made Here
Some Had PB Cup Centers

 And Yes. They were met with Rave Reviews!

…And others had Dark Chocolate Caramel Centers

Scott couldn’t decide if he liked the Peanut Butter Cup Centers Better….

…Or the Dark Chocolate Caramel Ones Better.  Hmmm….

….What a problem to have, right!  Which would you pick: PB Cup or Dark Chocolate Caramel?

PB Cup Brownie Cupcakes
Chocolate Chip Brownie Dough (or use a boxed brownie mix that you mix up according the direction on the box and pour it into liners – adjust baking times if you use a mix)

Dove Dark Chocolate Caramels

Reese’s PB Cups

Put a golf ball sized amount of dough into each muffin liner

Bake for for 5 Minutes at 350F

Insert either a PB Cup or a Dove Dark Choc Caramel into the Center

Bake for 8-9 more minutes

Melt White Chocolate

And Drizzle it Over the Top of the Brownie Cupcakes!

I slightly underbaked them so they were totally gooey and chocolate was everywhere.

What have you made that’s delicious lately?


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