Hi, I'm Diana, and I have a confession to make. I'm a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup addict. I know, it's tragic, but I can't help it. Some combinations get boring, but one thing that you can always count on is chocolate and peanut butter. I remember all the Halloween nights I spent as a child spreading all my treats on the floor and trading almost anything for my friends' Reese's cups. And I must admit, I broke out into a full blown panic September 16, 2017 when the media threatened the safety of my favorite chocolate.

Nothing lasts forever though, so ever since then I've been on the prowl for delicious Reese's recipes, and the world hasn't disappointed. Here are 17 Reese's recipes that will give you new ways to appreciate chocolate and peanut butter.

1. Peanut Butter Cup Cookies

These are some real serious peanut butter chocolate cookies. The base consists of cocoa and peanut butter, and then more chocolate and peanut butter elements are added upon that. Super dense, but at the same time incredibly delicious and easy to make.

2. Peanut Butter Cookies

Talk about peanut butter on peanut butter on peanut butter. It's the base, and then you also have the peanuts, peanut butter chips, and the Reese's Pieces. They're moist and creamy, understandably praised on the Love from the Oven blog!

3. Reese's Ice Cream Cake

Easy Reese's recipe with this one, and I think it's perfect for this fast oncoming warm weather. Elaborate stacking is all you need—layers of ice cream sandwiches with caramel, chocolate, peanut butter, and Reese's cups.

4. Seriously Fudgy Brownies

Fudgy brownies have the potential to win anyone and everyone over. They're easy, super rich thanks to the cocoa powder (can't settle for using just chocolate), and super customizable. The recipe in itself uses chocolate chips, but that doesn't mean you can't include peanut butter chips or Reese's Pieces. Oh, and you can't forget about that Nutella frosting in the picture. 

5. Reese's Stuffed Peanut Butter Cookies

These are soft and thick peanut butter cookies with a surprise peanut butter cup in the middle topped with a peanut butter chocolate drizzle. Wow, talk about outdoing yourself. There's no star of the show in these cookies, but you will be the star for baking them!

6. Peanut Butter Scotcheroos

I know what you're thinking—what's a scotcheroo? They're dessert bars with chocolate, butterscotch, peanut butter, and Rice Krispies. Pretty much a sophisticated Rice Krispies Treat, without sacrificing how easy they are to make. 

7. Reese's Cup No-Bake Peanut Butter Pie 

Take a no-bake peanut pie recipe (which sounds great to me), and bring it to the next level by adding Reese's and chocolate fudge. It's light and refreshing but packed with delicious flavors!

8. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie

Who can refuse a pizookie? They're delicious, easy to make, and can take on a crowd (or just you after an exhausting day on the grind). With the peanut butter and chocolate drizzles as well as the Reese's Pieces explosion, every bite will taste better than the one before it.

9. Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Bundt Cake

I have a thing for bundt cakes, so I was particularly excited when I came across this Reese's recipe. It's a dark chocolate fudge cake with peanut butter chips, topped with chocolate ganache and peanut butter drizzle. Super easy to make and pull off as professional. It's very messy to serve, and entirely worth it. 

#SpoonTip: Use Reese's Pieces instead of peanut butter chips when baking the cake. 

10. Peanut Butter Cup Brownie Torte

This recipe has Reese's full size cups and minis, truly taking into account the never-ending craving for chocolate and peanut butter. Another stacking recipe, you have fudgy brownies with peanut butter buttercream (yum!) stacked high for an incredibly decadent dessert.

11. Reese's Peanut Butter Ball

This recipe is just plain fun and offers a new way to eat peanut butter. It's pretty much a peanut butter cheesecake turned into a dip, then topped with Reese's Pieces. Serve it with some graham crackers (or Oreos if you're feeling like The Parent Trap) and you're good to go!

12. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake

This cake might be for more experienced professional bakers, but I can dream. Rich fudgy cake topped with a peanut butter frosting, coated with a peanut butter chocolate ganache, accented with peanut butter cups, and more peanut butter frosting. It's intense, and I can't explain how badly I want this cake in my life.

13. Tiger Butter Fudge

Three ingredients - chocolate, peanut butter, chocolate chips. Super easy to make, pretty fun to gift, the perfect companion to a warm day spent inside on the couch with a movie. 

#SpoonTip: Top with chunks of Reese's cups for extra flair. 

14. Peanut Butter Brookies

This treat is the perfect compromise. Are you feeling a cookie or a brownie? Both? We can do that. How about chocolate or peanut butter? Also both? Consider it done. No need to sacrifice anything here.

15. Peanut Butter Cheesecake Bars

If you thought the recipe before had everything, just you wait for this one. You have the cheesecake layer with the graham cracker crust and then you have a cookie dough layer. In the center, you pack in those Reese's peanut butter cups. 

16. Reese's Stuffed S'mores Bar

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Audrey Mirabito

This recipe offers a wilderness escape that will have you begging for more. I can't believe I didn't think about replacing the typical Hershey's bar with a Reese's, but now I'll never make that mistake again.

17. Double Dark Chocolate Reese's Puffs Pancakes

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Amanda Widom

Isn't this the prettiest breakfast you've ever seen? It's a mouthful to say, and you'll for sure want a mouthful to eat. I can't see a better way to start off the morning than stuffing your face with chocolate and peanut butter. Breakfast of champions!

All these recipes only give you more reasons to love peanut butter cups. Remember, there's always a way to turn your dessert into a Reese's recipe. Peanut butter goes great with everything, after all.