Well, this happened. And it happened at 9am. That’s right folks, a morning s’more is just as good for you as a protein shake. Oh, actually it’s not, so maybe let’s not write any crazy comments about how I’ve lost it. BUT! When inspiration strikes and it’s something the little ones would love too you just have to go for it and make a peanut butter pretzel crisps s’mores. And if you make a morning s’more…
You’ll probably have to use the grill since you don’t have a fire pit going. So you turn on the propane, turn on the burners, lean back and push the ignite button because you’ve always secretly feared it would blow up or something.
And when you hit the ignite button with fear in your heart you’re probably going to have the dang thing explode with fire that leaps higher than your dang head and scares your pants right off of you. So since your fear came true you’ll have to run inside and make sure you still have eyebrows, which you do. So you’ll start to roast your mallows and stack chocolate on a peanut butter pretzel crisp. Once you get the marshmallow on and take a bite…
Well you’ll pretty much devour the whole before the kids see you because it’s that good. The kids will come over and see your sticky face and once they see your sticky face, their going to ask you for a peanut butter pretzel crisps s’more. And I clearly should never write, “If you give a mouse a cookie” books. Ever. But that all truly happened and I about had a heart attack. Cade, I officially name you king of the grill as I’m never touching it again.
Is Peanut Butter High in Protein?
Peanut butter is an excellent source of protein.
Peanut butter also supplies essential nutrients such as dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals.
Are Marshmallows High in Calories?
Marshmallows are fat free and one regular marshmallow contains only 25 calories.
Are Pretzel Crisps Baked?
Pretzels and pretzel crisps are baked, not fried, and they are fat free.
Peanut Butter Pretzel Crisps S’mores
Peanut Butter Pretzel Crisps S'mores
- Peanut Butter Pretzel Crisps
- Chocolate Bar, broken in pieces
- Roast your marshmallow to your preference (I like golden).
- Place a piece of chocolate on one pretzel crisp and set it a little closer to the heat source to begin melting the chocolate.
- Place the marshmallow on top and another pretzel crisp on that.
Try not to eat 50. 🙂
Yield: as many as you make , Serving Size: 1
- Amount Per Serving:
- Calories: 196 Calories
- Total Fat: 12.3g
- Carbohydrates: 26.2g
- Fiber: 2.4g
- Sugar: 22.3g
- Protein: 1.7g