Saturday, August 10, 2013

PB and Banana Boat S'mores

Happy S'mores Day! Seriously, awesome day. Who doesn't love a good s'more? Even being dairy and gluten free, I can enjoy them! Yes, there are gluten-free graham crackers, but last summer I found an even more delicious type of idea and now it's my go to. 

Introducing the PB + Banana Boat S'more!
 One banana, sliced open - don't be defeated if you cut through, it's harder than it sounds!
 Slather some PB in there, I mean who doesn't like peanut butter and banana?
 Stuff the boat full of chocolate chips. I use mini ones because they fit in there better and b/c the dairy/soy/gluten free ones only come in mini....
 Then fill 'er up with mini-marshmallows.
 Make a little tin foil boat and either place it on the grill or in the oven - 5 to 10 minutes...
Voila! Amazing. I am convinced it's the peanut butter that takes this to a whole new level!
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Now take a look at what everyone else cooked up!
I'm sharing this as part of our August Recipe Round-Up.  Want more S'Mores Recipes???

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S'Mores Chocolate Chip Cookies from The Taylor House

S'Mores Martini from One Martini at a Time

Frozen Mocha S'Mores Overload from Kleinworth & Co.

Peanut Butter S'Mores Spread from In the Moment With

S'Mores Monkey Mix from Little by Little

S'Mores Cookies from Mostly Homemade Mom

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9 thoughts on the matter:

Kim said... {Reply}

That looks and sounds amazing. Obviously, I love that flavor combination. ;) We will be trying this.

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

Oh my goodness do these look good! i've seen them before but never tried them. Must try!!

Simon said... {Reply}

Wowza. Super creative. This is ALMOST an itemt that would be reasonable for the nutritionists list of "yes Susan you can eat that". I'd have to lose the marshmallows, but I bet I could sneak the chocolate on.
Way cool. S'more on.

Jessica said... {Reply}

My kids would love these! Thanks for sharing.


Unknown said... {Reply}

Oh, you are so right, it is totally the peanut butter that takes this to another level! Great recipe Tamar!

Krista @ joyfulhealthyeats

Unknown said... {Reply}

Oh my word, this looks so good!! I need to try this with my kids. :)

Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

YUM! I'm thinking I am going to do this on the bbq so I don't have to run the oven. Need to make this.

Unknown said... {Reply}

I've made something similar, but not with peanut butter....that would make it even better!

Unknown said... {Reply}

Oh my!! I have to try this. Yumm!!