Peanut Butter Marshmallow Squares

I have had a love hate relationship with these suckers for a while now. I love them, but hate how sweet they always are. This past New Years I was charged with bringing the dessert for our neighbourhood get together and thought I would make these. While doing so I started to experiment. The result was amazing.

Recipe

1 Bag Butterscotch Chips (about 325g)
1.25 Cups Natural Peanut Butter
1/2 Cup Grass Fed Butter
1 Bag mini marshmallows
1/2 Tbs Cinnamon (or to taste)
2-4 Squares Dark Bakers Chocolate (this is what made the change)

Instructions
Melt together butter, peanut butter, and butterscotch chips on very low heat until mixed, stirring constantly. Cool for a bit (so as not to melt the marshmallows).

Stir in mini marshmallows.

Pour in a greased 11″ x 13″ pan.

Instructions

  • Melt together butter, peanut butter, and butterscotch chips on very low heat until mixed, stirring constantly. Cool for a bit (so as not to melt the marshmallows).
  • Stir in mini marshmallows.
  • Pour in a greased 11″ x 13″ pan.
  • Refrigerate and cut into small (1-1/2″ or whatever size you want) squares.

I also lined the pan with parchment paper which made getting everything out so much easier.

The result was more like Reese’s Squares. So yummy.

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Published by Sabrina J. Adams (Syryn TheVoice)

I have many different hats that I wear. Throughout my life I have been many different things: a small business owner, problem solver, mother, friend, sister, writer, designer, employee, manager, consultant, gamer, leader and many more buzz words that I can't think of. Many of these I still do, but some I have let go to focus more on the here and now. I like to share my experiences, ideas and funny things I run across. Ask me something and I will provide an honest and likely unfiltered opinion. I am still learning about life, myself, relationships, parenting and well everything else. I am not superwoman and don't really have my life together, but I manage and am willing to share my tips and learnings. Writing for me can be cathartic and sharing makes us not feel so alone in this crazy, mess of a world we currently inhabit.

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