Safe, no-bake, edible dough is all the rage these days. So, it comes as no surprise that Pillsbury has an entire range of it available for us raw cookie dough monsters to enjoy. In fact, the brand is constantly changing the pastry game by creating goodies that aren’t only delicious but also convenient! Because let’s face it, we don’t always have the time and patience to go through the entire process of baking our favorite pastry. So, it’s nice to know we’re getting more and more convenient options in the market. But if you’re getting a little tired of cookie dough, then you’ll love this latest Place and Bake Brownie offering!
The brand introduced the Place and Bake Brownies in 2019. Back then, their easy-prep brownies weren’t safe to eat raw. You’d have to pop them in the oven for about 20 minutes before you could indulge in your chocolatey craving. The original lineup consisted of three flavors, which were Chocolate Fudge, Marshmallow and Peanut Butter Chip. And now the lineup is getting a new addition in the form of the Peanut Butter Place and Bake Brownies!
You can eat the new Pillsbury Peanut Butter Place and Bake Brownies raw
Now that the Place and Bake Brownies are tagged as safe to eat raw straight from the package, we’re not sure they’ll ever make it to the oven anymore. But just in case you’re in the mood for some Poppin’ Fresh goodness, just line a tin and place the pre-cut brownie dough in. After all, it only takes 20 minutes for the raw brownie dough to transform into gooey, indulgent treats. There are 12 pre-cut brownie pieces in every pack. Which means that you can get the best of both worlds by baking half and leaving the other half raw.
The Marshmallow Place and Bake Brownie variety, for one, seems like a tantalizing upgrade to our s’mores layers. Since these snackable raw brownie treats are now widely available, several snack sleuths like @candyhunting have already gotten their hands on the tasty new treat. We’re guessing that these revamped Place and Bake Brownies are now widely available in leading grocery stores, so be sure to make a beeline for the refrigerated aisle on your next grocery run! You can also order it online via Kroger.