15. Fudgy Snickers Brownies
This version of Snickers brownies goes all out with roasted peanuts, sea salt, and milk chocolate chips. Rather than using melted caramel chews, I like that this version uses a caramel sauce to give them more of a gooey texture. It's definitely something different! Get the full scoop of how to make 'em at thebakingchocolatess.com
14. Snickers Protein Shake
Moving back to a slightly healthier angle, this is a protein shake I can get behind. OK, this isn't something I'd drink right after two hours lifting weights (cuz I'd probably chug it), but it's definitely something to enjoy later in the evening for recovery. Rather than be an “all or nothing” type of dieter, enjoy low calorie, low carb high protein snacks to keep cravings to a minimum. Try casein protein in the evenings for ‘slow release' protein that your body can absorb over night, helping your muscles recover while you sleep. Get the recipe from dashingdish.com
13. Snickers Cupcakes (version 2)
Chocolate cupcakes, peanut butter frosting, caramel sauce…simple but effective. This is another spin on what could be endless combinations of classic Snickers ingredients turned into a cupcake. You could even flip things around and do a peanut butter cupcake with chocolate frosting, or chocolate cupcake with caramel frosting and peanut butter drizzle.
Anyway, I'm getting off topic. This recipe you can get from sallysbakingaddiction.com. Don't miss the link in her post to her other recipe for 7 Layer Caramel Snickers bars!