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remberzz t1_j8bpyz8 wrote

Peanut butter, sugar, vanilla and chopped Reeses sounds good.

But with cream cheese? No, thank you.


kupofjoe t1_j8bwbdd wrote

I mean to each their own but peanut butter cheesecake is pretty banger, sounds extremely similar in taste profile, especially since OP said graham crackers were the dipping tool


remberzz t1_j8bwnmt wrote

Is peanut butter cheesecake an actual thing?!?? Yuck!!


kupofjoe t1_j8bwy8e wrote

Yes…even a lot of grocery stores will sell a variety cheesecake in their bakery section with a slice of classic, a slice of oreo or chocolate, a strawberry or cherry slice, and a peanut butter slice. Very typical flavor.


remberzz t1_j8c3zmq wrote

I've obviously led too sheltered a life.


kupofjoe t1_j8c47i4 wrote

You may have had other sweet desserts where cream cheese was a key ingredient without realizing it. Ever had red velvet or carrot cake? The white frosting is cream cheese frosting.


remberzz t1_j8c5bve wrote

Hmmm. Now I have interesting questions to explore. I love plain cream cheese. I would eat it just by itself. But I don't like fruit cream cheeses because I don't like sweetness mixed with it.

I adore carrot cake, but usually scrape off the frosting. Again not caring for the sweet cream cheese.

Not a fan of red velvet.

I make peanut sauces at home using peanut butter. I might use soy sauce, honey, ginger or any combination.

But alas, I still can't imagine peanut butter and cream cheese. No tangy peanut butter and no sweet cream cheese. I'm going to leave that for the rest of you.


Yetmcgret t1_j8bw8m7 wrote

It would only make it more like a cheesecake