S’more For Me

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Love

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S’mores.

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Add some peanut butter in there and I am ob-sessed. My sweet friend Laura and I recently had an oven-baked s’more with peanut butter nestled inside after we ran a 10K. I do some of my best dessert eating with Laura. And after running races, to be honest.

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You can make this dip any way you’d like. Feeling super hungry/not very willing to share the gooiest peanut butter center? Make yourself a ramekin. S’more for you! Feeling very generous/wanting to influence a large number of people? Make this as big as you need. I can imagine a 13×9 dish of this would be a show stopper.

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Question of the day: What is better than a 5-minute make-at-home peanut butter s’more without a campfire?? Answer: Nothing. Nothing at all in the world is better.

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Peanut Butter S’more Dip

Source: Meaghan’s Own

Yields: 1 individual serving. Feel free to adjust ingredients to the serving size you prefer – this can easily be made for a group.

Ingredients:

–This is very much an eye-ball recipe. Don’t feel constrained by measurements. If you love peanut butter, add more. If chocolate is your favorite, add an extra handful. You can’t go wrong!–

Chocolate chips – enough for a single layer on the bottom of your dish

Peanut butter – about 2 tablespoons

Marshmallows, halved – enough to cover the chocolate and peanut butter, I used 2.5 large marshmallows for mine. You can use mini or large.

Graham crackers, for dipping

Method:

1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Layer chocolate, peanut butter, and marshmallows in your baking dish.

2. Bake in preheated oven for 3-5 minutes, or until the chocolate chips have melted.

3. Raise heat to highest temperature, or broil setting. Broil just long enough for marshmallows to be toasted. This will only take a few moments. Keep an eye on your dessert to avoid burning!

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Happy S’more Baking!