Recipe by mm
"This panini can be grilled in a pan or put in a panini grill. Press the sandwiches with a heavy object of cooking in a pan. It is very versatile and great for a quick snack or a dessert that will leave everyone wanting more!"
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crunchy peanut butter
semi-sweet chocolate chips
This works well in the cast iron skillet though I do use quite a bit more butter than what's called for in the recipe. My kids also like this with marshmallow creme.
Tasty dessert sandwich when your looking for something quick and chocolaty in a pinch!
Was looking for something quick and melted chocolatey. I made this in a pan, as I don't have a panini press. I would recommend dipping the bread slices into the melted butter and sprinkling brown sugar on the outsides of the slices, to give it a touch of extra sweetness. I found it to be just sweet enough, so I don't know how it would've been, had I not added that. Perhaps I could've put more chocolate, instead, but I didn't want it to overflow, and found it to be the perfect consistency, as is. This recipe has a very interesting flavor-- peanut butter and chocolate lovers should definitely give it a try!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Panini
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 226
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