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In a medium saucepan, melt the butter. All that wonderful butter...
Stir in the graham cracker crumbs and confectioners sugar, getting everything moist and well mixed.
Stir in the peanut butter and mix until PB melts.
In a 9" x 13" pan, preferably lined with wax paper for easy handling and clean up, pour in the peanut batter, spreading it evenly across the bottom of the dish.
Put dish in fridge and let cool for about 15 minutes.
While cooling, melt the entire bag of chocolate chips in a small pot on the stove over low heat. This is probably a good use for a double boiler if you have one. I don't though, so I am sure to stir the chocolate often to prevent burning.
When peanut mixture is chilled, evenly spread the chocolate on top all the way to the edges.
Allow the goodies to chill for at least an hour. When cooled through, cut into small bars. They should be no more than 2" by 2" as they are very rich. Keep chilled when not serving as they can get melty.
Mmmmm, sounds tasty. Can you/have you ever made this with creamy peanut butter? I ask because we love peanut butter but aren't fans of actual nuts in stuff.
I don't think I have, but I dont' see why you couldn't swap them out. I like them for the extra crunch, but if you're not into that, I can't see why it would make much difference. As I recall, the texture of the PB mixture stands up on its own and it isn't the nuts that keep it together.