Foodie from Sydney Cooking with Ayeh shares her easy four-ingredient recipe for giant peanut butter cups

An Aussie foodie has shared her recipe for her giant guilt-free peanut butter cups using just four ingredients.

Sydney home chef Ayeh Manfre, who goes through Cooking with Ayeh online, demonstrated how to make the simple sweet treat in a video posted to his popular TikTok page.

To create her healthy version of a peanut butter cup, she layers the popular spread with strawberries and melted chocolate on top of a rice cake.

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Sydney foodie Ayeh Manfre (pictured) shared her quick and easy recipe for guilt-free giant peanut butter cups

To create her healthy version of a peanut butter cup, she layers the popular spread with strawberries and melted chocolate on a rice cake.

To create her healthy version of a peanut butter cup, she layers the popular spread with strawberries and melted chocolate on a rice cake.

“Have you tried the new trend of peanut butter cups? it’s so good,” she says in the clip, then begins by spreading peanut butter on a rice cake.

“I also add strawberries to give it a peanut butter and jelly flavor,” she explained.

Ayeh then melts some dark chocolate and pours it over the strawberries and sprinkles a pinch of sea salt on top.

She then places the cakes in the freezer so that the chocolate can harden again.

The talented foodie’s video has racked up 370,900 views and hundreds of impressed comments from many of her 2.3 million followers.

“Have you tried the new trend of peanut butter cups?  this is so good,” she says in the clip, then begins by spreading peanut butter on a rice cake.

Ayeh starts by spreading peanut butter on a rice cake with a layer of strawberries for “a peanut butter and jelly flavor”.

Ayeh then melts some dark chocolate, pours it over the strawberries, sprinkles a pinch of sea salt on top and puts it in the freezer to set.

Ayeh then melts some dark chocolate, pours it over the strawberries, sprinkles a pinch of sea salt on top and puts it in the freezer to set.

The talented foodie's video has racked up 370,900 views and hundreds of impressed comments from many of her 2.3 million followers.

The talented foodie’s video has racked up 370,900 views and hundreds of impressed comments from many of her 2.3 million followers.

“How did I not do this sooner,” wrote one fan while many said the giant peanut butter cups looked “delicious.”

“Well, I have to try that but I’m going to try with banana instead,” commented a second.

“Put the strawberries in the deep fryer for three minutes, then add them on the rice cake with Pb and chocolate. So good,” suggested a third.

Last month, Ayeh went viral for her Korean Fried Chicken recipe which had an unexpected twist.

She created the popular street food with oyster mushrooms as an alternative to chicken.

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Previously, Ayeh revealed how to make delicious Korean fried chicken with an unlikely ingredient

She created a paste with flour and a mixture of spices, then dipped her

Previously, Ayeh (pictured) revealed how to make delicious Korean fried chicken at home, but with an unlikely ingredient – oyster mushrooms

To create the dish, Ayeh first added plain flour, paprika, turmeric, garlic powder, onion powder and cayenne pepper to a bowl.

She then combined the spices and flour together before taking some of the dry mix in a separate bowl and adding water to it.

She mixed the water and the flour together then dipped the oyster mushrooms in the wet batter and in the dry batter.

“I used oyster mushrooms which are so similar in texture and totally look like chicken,” Ayeh wrote.

Ayeh twice coated the mushrooms in her spice paste, then dipped them in oil to turn them golden.

She waited until they were crispy like fried chicken, then removed them from the oil.

Ayeh twice coated the mushrooms in her spiced batter, then dipped them in oil to give them a golden, crispy texture, just like fried chicken.

She repeated the wet-to-dry process once more to double the mushrooms, then fried them in hot oil until golden brown.

Once the “fried chicken” turned golden, Ayeh placed them in a bowl and tossed them generously in Heinz’s new Street Food Korean Sauce.

Her recipe video received instant attention and over 42,000 views from foodies in just 22 hours.

Once the “fried chicken” turned golden, Ayeh placed them in a bowl and tossed them generously in Heinz's new Korean Street Food sauce.

Once the “fried chicken” turned golden, Ayeh placed them in a bowl and tossed them generously in Heinz’s new Korean Street Food sauce.

How to prepare Ayeh’s Korean Fried Chicken:

Ingredients:

  • Oyster mushrooms
  • Flour
  • Paprika
  • Turmeric
  • garlic powder
  • onion powder
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Water
  • Oil
  • Heinz Korean Style Street Food Sauce

Method:

  • Add plain flour, paprika, turmeric, garlic powder, onion powder and cayenne pepper to a bowl.
  • Mix the spices and flour together then scoop out some of the dry mix and into a separate bowl, then add water to it.
  • Mix the water and the flour then dip the oyster mushrooms in the wet dough and in the dry dough.
  • Repeat the wet-to-dry batter process one more time to double the mushrooms, then fry them in the hot oil until golden brown.
  • Place the crispy fried ‘chicken’ pieces in a bowl and toss generously in Heinz Street Food Korean Sauce to enjoy.

“I’ve never tried it with mushrooms, but I’ll do it now,” wrote one foodie.

‘We can’t wait to try this delicious recipe! What a great idea,” wrote another.

‘This is the next level! Looks SO good and SO yum,” wrote a third.

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