There are only two reactions you’ll get when you ask someone how he or she feels about marshmallow Peeps: love or hate. There is no in between when it comes to the colorful Easter candies.
Except when you set a warm skillet of this ooey-gooey dessert down in front of them. Then everyone can agree on one thing: this dessert is downright irresistible. You will go back for seconds; there’s simply no getting around that.
Posted by How Sweet It Is on Thursday, April 2, 2015
The genius of this recipe is that it uses the pastel Peeps like the marshmallows they are in a universally beloved dessert: the s’more. But since you probably don’t have a bonfire and roasting marshmallows over the stove can be time-consuming, this skillet shortens the time between preparation and popping the rich, chocolaty goodness in your mouth. We think that’s something we can all support.
This is where you’ll really hook everyone, Peeps lovers and haters alike: the base of this skillet sweet is a rich layer of two kinds of chocolate and peanut butter, the classic dessert combo. Use your Tetris skills to assemble a layer of Peeps over the top of the whole thing before popping it in the oven. The marshmallows will come out toasted just like when you’re sitting around the campfire.
All that’s left to do when the oven is done cooking it to perfection is to grab a stack of graham crackers--be generous!--and dig into the molten core. It’s maddening how delicious this dish is, and we just can’t get enough.
Get the full recipe and step-by-step directions from How Sweet Eats.
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