I remember while growing up, coming home from school and making after school snacks. One I remember as a young child was peanut butter balls that you roll in cornflakes. Recently, I was asked by tablespoon.com to create a collections of recipes. I chose to do after school snacks and and used those peanut butter balls rolled in cornflakes as my inspiration for the first recipe I made for the collection – fluffer nutter bites.
I decided to go with the flavors of marshmallow and peanut butter to create this simple Fluffer Nutter Bites. If any of your kids have a peanut allery you could use almond butter and almonds instead. The collection I created is all simple recipes you can create or your kiddos can make. They are all 5 ingredients or less. Plus, 4 of the 5 recipes are no bake. That means you can make them in no time at all. So today’s fab five is the collection of 5 after school snack recipes over at tablespoon.com. You get a sneak peak at the Fluffer Nutter Bites today, but will have to wait to see the rest. Hope you enjoy them!
- PEANUT BUTTER
- NONFAT DRY MILK
- MINI MARSHMALLOWS
- ½ cup peanut butter
- ½ cup honey
- 1 cup nonfat dry milk
- 36 mini marshmallows
- 1 cup chopped peanuts
- In a medium bowl, combine the peanut butter, honey and dry milk. Stir until well combined and resembles cookie dough.
- Take 1/2 Tablespoon of dough and wrap around each mini marshmallow creating a ball with a marshmallow center. Roll each ball in crush peanuts to coat. Makes 36 bites.
This post is sponsored by Tablespoon. All opinions are my own.