Oh, peanut butter and chocolate, how we love you so. Especially together—with ooey, gooey marshmallows slightly charred from a campfire. You too? We thought so, which is why we’re sharing this sinfully good Peanut Butter S’Mores recipe from the eMeals + All You partner plan. Because friends share the love, and there is plenty to love about these little gems.
For one thing, any dessert that can be eaten without the need for plates and utensils is a winner. (Hooray for zero dirty dishes!) Add to that the fact that it’s perfectly acceptable—if not a downright requirement—to be messy while you eat a s’more. Then add the fact that there’s chocolate involved. And finish it off with the magical way s’mores bring families and friends together, and you have the makings of a pretty stellar summer evening. Just add you and yours. (And don’t forget the graham crackers. They add something to the party too.)
Don’t have a campfire? Don’t sweat it. The marshmallows will brown just as well using the heat from a grill, as the recipe directions explain.
- 8 regular-size dark chocolate peanut butter cups (3.1 oz total)
- 16 graham cracker squares
- 8 marshmallows
- Preheat grill to high. Place a peanut butter cup on a graham cracker. Thread a marshmallow on a skewer; hold over grill until it has browned and softened, 2 to 3 minutes. Use another cracker to push marshmallow off skewer, onto peanut butter cup. Top with a cracker, pressing down.
- Repeat with remaining ingredients.
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