Easter S’mores

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Happy day-after Easter!  Hopefully you didn’t wake up to an Easter candy hangover. If you did, you might want to stop reading right here.  Just come back when your blood glucose levels have returned to normal. 

So, let’s talk Easter candy.  Do you have a house full of Easter candy today?  If you answered no, just remember you’re only a quick drive away from a store where you can load up on steeply discounted Easter goodies. 

Peeps are *hands down* my all-time favorite Easter candy, and after seeing this wonderful variation on a traditional s’more, I knew I had to replicate them.  Only I replaced the regular chocolate with Reese’s peanut butter eggs… because I wouldn’t want them to go to waste… and you know, for added protein and healthy fats.

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If you’re wondering what you’re going to do with all of that leftover Easter candy, try piling it into warm, gooey s’mores.  I’d bet Cadbury creme eggs would work out just fine if you don’t have peanut butter eggs.  Oh, and if you’re all out of graham crackers, grab one of those leftover dinner rolls from Easter dinner instead.  It’ll be the best fluffernutter sandwich you’ll ever eat!

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Easter S’mores

Inspired by these Peeps S’mores for Easter

  • Graham cracker squares (any flavor)
  • Peeps (the bunnies work well, if you have them)
  • Reese’s peanut butter eggs

Cut each peanut butter egg in half horizontally.  Place one egg half on top of graham cracker square; top with marshmallow peep.  Microwave on high about 20 seconds or until marshmallow has nearly doubled in size.  Remove from microwave; immediately top with other half of peanut butter egg and another graham cracker square.  Press lightly to smoosh sandwich. 

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