Recipe by ELVISB
"A friend showed us this creation on a camping trip. If you have pie makers, AKA tonka toasters, campfire irons, etc., these are a great dessert and a nice twist on the s'more idea. This can be done in the frying pan too, but it's much more fun over an open flame."
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We make these when we go camping and they are the yummiest!! So oooey gooey!!! Be careful, they are very hot!!!!
I can't believe I never thought of putting chocolate and marshmallows on my peanut butter sandwich! I love this. I must admit that I don't follow any specific ingredient amounts when I make this -- I just put however much I think looks right. Here's how I make it: 1) Preheat oven's broiler. 2) Slather one side of a slice of bread with peanut butter. 3) Generously sprinkle milk chocolate chips or chopped up milk chocolate candy (for when I don't have chips) on the peanut butter layer. 4) Place marshmallows on chocolate layer. 5) Spread a small amount of peanut butter on one side of another slice of bread. Place bread, peanut butter side down, on other slice of bread. 6) If not already on a baking sheet, place the sandwich on one and broil it for a minute or two. 7) Take baking sheet out, flip the sandwich over (you may have to be careful when doing this), and broil again for another minute or two.
I make these for my boys as a special treat. My boys just loves these sandwiches! They also love to help me make them. Thanks!
I really liked this but I agree with the other reviewer that serving size should be 2. I would be so sick if I ate a whole sandwich...but very tasty!
My family loved these sandwiches. They are very easy to make, required few ingredients, and are a fun treat! You can't resist them. Yumm!!!
I didn't have any butter :( just wrapped it in aluminum foil and let it bake. It's pretty good, recomend it a serving size of 2
Oh wow!! This recipe is so gooey and indulgent it will satisfy almost any sweet tooth. For the sliced bread we only had whole grain and that didn't sound like a good match so we used 2 hotdog buns. Buttered the outsides and spread the peanut butter on both sides. This causes everything to stick well. Instead of mini marshmallows I used 4 of the large marshmallows and cut them in half. They fit perfectly in the buns. We cooked them in a saute pan until both sides were browned and crispy. The salty butter, crispy outside of the bread paired with the sweet melted layers of this sandwich made us really glad we waited until after the kids went to bed to make them. So simple yet so great!
Fun :) The kids loved these. I cooked them on a griddle.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 298
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