Chocolate & Peanut Butter S’mores

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My kids love dessert, what kids don’t?  My youngest (DJ) can take it or leave it, depending on what it is but as a collective group they always ask…after every meal!   As a rule I make dessert on Sunday’s and that’s it, other than maybe a night out for milkshakes or the occasional bowl of ice cream.

The other night that question came up again… I really get tired of hearing it every night!  I mean don’t they know that it’s Wednesday, not Sunday and I only make dessert on SUNDAY!!  Ahhhhhh! That wasn’t my reaction, by the way, in case you’re wondering.  Nope, instead I had anticipated the question and had come up with a great quick and easy dessert plan.  I think they were actually surprised that I said yes and that I had something in mind.


This is the recipe, and I must say that it went over really well.

Chocolate Peanut Butter S'mores

  • Servings: As many as you want
  • Difficulty: It doesn't get any easier than this
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  • Marshmallows (for as many as cookie halves you have)
  • Sandwich cookies with chocolate layer in the middle
  • Peanut butter



  1. Take the cookies and gently pull or using a dull knife and separate the 2 halves.
  2. Make sure that there is an equal amount of chocolate on each cookie half.
  3. Spread about a tsp of peanut butter on each cookie half.
  4. Depending on the size of the cookies you may need to cut the marshmallow in half and place a half on each cookie otherwise place the whole marshmallow on top.
  5. Place s’mores on a cookie sheet.
  6. Turn your oven to the broil setting and place the cookie sheet in the oven.
  7. These should be done in 3 minutes or less so keep an eye on them!

Be careful to wait a minute or two before serving as they will be hot!

So easy and my kids really enjoyed them!  It was a special and unexpected treat that went over well.

Try it and tell me what you think!

Until next time.


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