Recipe: Peanut Butter S'more Crumble Bites

23 February 2013

Sometimes when you've an empty day, you think up interesting things to do. Today, I came up with 'Peanut Butter S'more Crumble Bites'. Yes indeed.

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I decided to use the marshmallow as the main part of the recipe and have what would have been the 'Graham Cracker' as the crumble on top. And why would I not add peanut butter? I think the best way to describe these is just to show you.

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What you need:

*Marshmallows
*Chocolate to melt
*Peanut Butter
*Digestive Biscuits



How to make them

Take your digestives and smash them down with the end of a rolling pin so they turn into crumbs. I like mine to have a few bigger crumbs in there.


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Melt your chocolate (I used choc chips because they melt quicker..all about convenience eh?)


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Take your marshmallow, turn it upside down and spread some peanut butter on.

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Then drizzle some of the melted chocolate onto the peanut butter.

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Turn your marshmallow upside down and dip it into the digestive crumb mix. Make sure the top is coated nicely.

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Complete this process for however many bites you want to make. Then leave them in the fridge for a bit to set. They're better when they're firmer.

Then all you have to do is do the washing up..or as I call it, eating the remaining melted chocolate.

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And there you have it: Peanut Butter S'more Crumble Bites. Super easy to make, super yummy to eat and a lot lower in cals than a typical s'more would be, whilst curing the need for something sweet in one bite. Perfect. My latest invention and one of my fav inventions to date. Enjoy ;)

-Tamsin xxx

16 comments:

  1. These look incredible! I'll definitely be making them one day soon

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  2. I wish I could eat marshmallows! I am now dribbling.. :(

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  3. Oh my gosh these look incredible! Perfect saturday night snack

    xx

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  4. These look delicious! Guess what I'll be making next week ;)

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  5. They look delicious! x

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  6. These look delicious, if only I liked peanut butter!
    Carissa xx
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  7. these look amazing Tam! xxxx

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  8. Oh my gosh these look SO good! <3

    Jennie xo | sailorjennie.com

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  9. Lord. That is sinfully delicious looking, it's so cold I need some s'mores love inside me.

    These look easy and yummy, thanks for sharing!

    Anyway, hope you are well, take care :)

    Xxx

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  10. They look really yummy!


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  11. Wow these look so good! Will defintely have to make these soon! Love your blog btw, your new follower, Frankie xxx

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  14. Good god these look incredible!!! I think it would be dangerous to make these though, I'd just eat them all in one go! x

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  15. These look so yummy, really want to try them! x

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