I’m actually really proud of this recipe.
It’s technically my first food creation.
When I was in fourth grade we had an assignment to invent something new.
I decided I was going to invent a recipe.
I took a dessert that my mom would make (you know the yummy, gooey one with nuts and coconut and chocolate and sweetened condensed milk on a graham cracker crust) and changed it to involve my favorite foods at the time: peanut butter and marshmallows.
So…maybe I haven’t changed much since I was 9.
I updated the recipe just a little and mostly because I felt like something a bit more bar-ish when I set out to make it this time.
It still starts with graham cracker on the bottom and then a good solid layer of peanut butter and sweetened condensed milk.
That is then topped with chocolate chips, marshmallows and more graham cracker goodness.
It is all baked until the marshmallows are perfectly browned and gooey, just like when you roast them on the campfire!
The whole family loved these!
So much that I had to hide them because everyone kept sneaking pieces all throughout the day.
Even with me hiding them, they didn’t last long!