• 150g Peanut Butter Oreo
• 180g marshmallows
• 180g low fat cream cheese
• 70g butter
• 90g chocolate chips

(Serves 10)

Separate your Oreo into biscuits and peanut butter cream. Pop each part in two bowls. Bash up your biscuits to fine crumbs then mix with the melted butter Spoon into 13 little ramekins and press down. Whip your cream cheese with your peanut butter cream. You want it nicely aerated and well incorporated. Spoon into your ramekins on top of the biscuit.

Top each ramekin with marshmallows and pop under the grill for 1 minute, or until nicely coloured and a little melted. Watch they don’t burn!

Leave for 30 seconds for the top to ‘set’.

Dig in.

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Peanut Butter S’mOreo Pots

Ingredients

Instructions

Peanut Butter S’mOreo Pots

Have you tried the peanut butter flavour Oreo? Trust us when we say they’re one of the most delicious cookies we’ve tasted in a while. Who wouldn’t love the combo of nutty, buttery goodness paired with the classic Oreo taste?

We here at Twisted are always looking to improve on perfection, so we’ve come up with a recipe for Peanut Butter S’mOreo Pots. These nutty little guys are perfect for serving at a party, since the whole shebang can be prepared beforehand.

Then, when the party is kicking off, simply whip them out the fridge and grill them for five minutes before you need them. Happy guests, guaranteed.

What You’ll Need:

• 150g Peanut Butter Oreo
• 180g marshmallows
• 180g low fat cream cheese
• 70g butter
• 90g chocolate chips

(Serves 10)

How You Make It:

Separate your Oreo into biscuits and peanut butter cream. Pop each part in two bowls. Bash up your biscuits to fine crumbs then mix with the melted butter Spoon into 13 little ramekins and press down. Whip your cream cheese with your peanut butter cream. You want it nicely aerated and well incorporated. Spoon into your ramekins on top of the biscuit.

Top each ramekin with marshmallows and pop under the grill for 1 minute, or until nicely coloured and a little melted. Watch they don’t burn!

Leave for 30 seconds for the top to ‘set’.

Dig in.

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