These were made the same day as the Peanut Butter Balls I posted earlier, but the filling is made from a different recipe, from a differe cookbook. These little winners are the closest any homemade peanut butter cup has ever come to the real thing. It's no surprise to me, and shouldn't be to you either by now, that this recipe comes to us from my Betty Crocker's Best Christmas Cookbook. If there is any arguement, it may be that the chocolate could be a little softer, but the slight crunch on these makes them over the top for me. The recipe has the filling patted out in a pan, refrigerated for an hour, cut into squares and then coated in chocolate. I coated the bottom of a ridged cup chocolate mold with melted chocolate, let it dry, added the filling and covered it with a smooth later of chocolate. Voila. A few hours in the fridge and you've got corner store perfection when you pop them out!