Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Skillet S’ Mores

The fourth of July is just around the corner and we always roast s’ mores before the fireworks. This year I think we might add the fixin’s to make Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup S’ Mores. They are amazing!

Reece's Peanut Butter Cup S' Mores for the 4th | Kim Byers,

The ingredients are just what you think… graham crackers, marshmallows and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. Easy peasy.

Reece's Cup Skillet S' Mores | Kim Byers,

And what’s best, you don’t have to wait until the fourth of July or any other holiday if you want one now. My kids and I make skillet s’ mores at least once a week. {grin}

This particular skillet is cast iron and it’s original purpose was to bake homemade biscuits. My southern grandmother seasoned it and gave it to me, among other things, as a wedding gift. I use it almost every day. Oh how I miss her…

How To Make A S'more Sleeve To Catch All The Ooey Goodness | Kim Byers,

And to serve, I trimmed red, white and blue sandwich sleeves from World Market into 3×3″ pockets. This keeps all the yummy… gooey… chocolate, peanut butter and marshmallow from running away. These fun little baskets are from World Market too.

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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    Lindy says

    I really like how you explained how to go it. How you got the brown on top of the marshmallow. Good job.

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    As I kid, I couldn’t have thought of a better combination. I LOVED S’mores and would make them in the microwave, ha. The addition of peanut butter cups makes them even more perfect (not sure if I knew that was possible). I have just the brand too that is dairy-free so I can eat them. In fact, I’ll do it this afternoon…alone so I can eat them all ;)


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