Healthy Canadian Peanut Butter Chocolate Candy Cups
I’m Canadian, born and raised (woohoo!) so it’s normal for me to have an obsession with maple syrup, right?
Just like how my chocolate obsession is normal.  Or at least that’s what I tell myself……
Healthy Canadian Peanut Butter Chocolate Candy Cups
So I combined my obsessions along with some peanut butter to make Reese’s PB Cups on crack.  You would be crazy to ever go back to the storebought kind after trying these.  Super sweet and oh so creamy, they just melt in your mouth.
Healthy Canadian Peanut Butter Chocolate Candy Cups
Just look how cute it is!

Healthy "Canadian" Peanut Butter Chocolate Candy Cups

Yield: 8 candy cups




  1. Spread the chocolate in this mold or muffin liners, creating a base and walls. Refrigerate for about 40 minutes or until chocolate is completely hardened.
  2. Fill the molds with the peanut butter and spoon some chocolate over to coat. Refrigerate for 2-3 hours or overnight (I refrigerated overnight). When completely hardened, pop the cups onto a serving plate and enjoy!


Vegans, use a vegan milk chocolate (I've seen them sold at Whole Foods, other health food stores and online). Any chocolate can be used here, I just prefer milk chocolate :)

This recipe is: no bake, low sugar, gluten free, vegan!

Healthy Canadian Peanut Butter Chocolate Candy Cups

You must double (quadruple?) the recipe.

This is one serious crowd pleaser, people will come back again and again!

Healthy Canadian Peanut Butter Chocolate Candy Cups

You will fall in love with these adorable treats, even if you aren’t Canadian  😉

Labels: 5-Ingredients-or-Less, Bite-Sized-Treats, Chocolate, Gluten-Free, Low-Sugar, Maple, No-Bake, Peanut-Butter, Protein-Powder, Vegan

Comments (6)

  1. Gabby @ the veggie nook: July 3, 2012

    Love this recipe! I am a proud Canadian to hence I LOOOVE maple :)

  2. Carrot Cake: July 4, 2012

    wow, completely amazing!

    So glad to discover your page, its lovely! <3

    Lots of loves from Spain!

  3. ally: July 4, 2012

    loving this canadian theme you have going… it’s making me proud!

  4. Anonymous: July 5, 2012

    As a Canadian (now living in France) I think it’s safe to say that the obsession with maple syrup is in our blood. There is no substitute for it, and anyone who uses an alternative is committing a terrible crime!

  5. Basil: July 7, 2012

    Oh, YES! I am so excited to make these. I used to love Reeses, but stopped eating them when I became vegan. I’m not Canadian, but I think I can deal with the maple 😉

  6. laura lisa Gothenborg: August 5, 2012

    We will definetively try to make these! :)

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