You know what I’ve been noticing recently? That about half of the desserts I want to make recently have called for sweetened condensed milk. Unfortunately, I totally forgot to add it to this recipe… Smores Dip: bananas with chocolate, peanut butter, and fluff!
- 1 1/2 cups chocolate chips, semi sweet
- 1 cup mini marshmallows
- 2 tbsp corn syrup
- 2 large dollops peanut butter
- graham crackers & bananas for dipping!
- Melt chocolate chips, transfer to bowl.
- Melt peanut butter (works extremely quickly!), transfer to bowl.
- Melt marshmallows & corn syrup, transfer to bowl.
- Mix & dip!
Slowly melt your chocolate over the lowest heat until soft & creamy.
Add it to your bowl, it’ll be your base layer.
Next, add two large spoonfuls of peanut butter to the same pan. This will melt extremely quickly, so stir & keep an eye on it. (I didn’t even have a change to take a picture.!) Pour over chocolate layer.
Now, if you have fluff, you can just melt it. But, if you’re like me, and your boyfriend bought marshmallows BOGO, it was easier to use them than go to the grocery store. So, using a 1 cup to 2 tbsp ratio, mini marshmallows to corn syrup, melt into fluff! (I actually found a pin to make the fluff completely from scratch, which might have been even more fun!) (Notice I didn’t bother cleaning the pot… you’re just gonna mix it all up, anyway!)
Go ahead and pour this over your layers, and mix, artfully!
Create your presentation…
AND EAT. Yum. It. Was. Good. Albeit a little chewy.
Once the combination cooled, it turned into this soft, dough-like texture. Definitely not ideal for dipping. I could reheat it slowly over the stove, but instead I pushed it into the bottom of a pan. Now I’m on the hunt for the perfect recipe to put on top of it. I think anything cool-whip based will be amazing. My father used to make a jello, pretzel, cool-whip masterpiece my mom would rave about, so I might look into a similar styled idea!