- 8 large chocolate chip cookies
- 4 teaspoons hot fudge ice cream topping
- 4 large marshmallows
- 4 peanut butter cups
- Spread the bottoms of four cookies with fudge topping.
- Using a long-handled fork, grill marshmallows 6 in. from medium-hot heat until golden brown, turning occasionally. Carefully place a marshmallow and a peanut butter cup on each fudge-topped cookie; top with remaining cookies. Serve immediately. Yield: 4 servings.
Reviews for Peanut Butter S'mores
"Another great twist on the classic. We love using peanut butter cookies with these instead of the chocolate chip. They are good both ways."
"Sounds delicious and easy to make, my boyfriend and daughter love s'mores and i feel this is a better way to do it. I feel this is way better than an ice cream dessert. i dont know why they call it a height of laziness, ice cream is a lazy thing to make. : )"
"During fall chicken stews and firepit get togethers we make smores and reese cup smores. These are now added to the list!"
"We are always looking to mix-up the s'more. This version was easy for all ages to make."
"These are wonderful...quick and easy. Not every dessert or meal has be gourmet."
"This was good and tasty. And as to GailDH, it seems to me that ice cream is more "the height of laziness" than this dessert. At least with these s'mores some effort needs to be put in it, as with ice cream all you have to do is scoop it!!!"
"This sounds yummy!! I'm going to try it, thanks for the recipe"
"This is the height of laziness. Ice cream would be a better fast dessert."
"I love to make Peanut Butter Cup S'Mores, but I just do a regular s'more with graham cracker, marshmallow and a peanut butter cup instead of chocolate bar. YUMMY!"
"I'm going to try this using a mallow cup (marshmallow & chocolate candy) and two cookies. I can then put it in the microwave and use it at home."