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Quick, Sticky Delicious “Marguerites”

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They’re surprisingly delightful. Magically delicious. Creamy, dreamy, and satisfying. And when you have a houseful of kids clamoring for the next big thing in sugar and carbs, they’re the perfect fit.

Ingredients

  • Ritz Crackers
  • Peanut Butter, to taste
  • Large Marshmallows (one Per Cracker)

Preparation

Hyacinth told me about these delicious little quickies. They are surprisingly delightful and surprisingly simple.

Grab as many Ritz crackers and marshmallows as you want. Spread a bit of peanut butter on each cracker and top each one with a marshmallow.

Pop them into your oven’s broiler and cook them until you like the color.

Do you like your marshmallows blackened? Place them closer to the broiler. Like them golden-brown? Place them farther from your broiler element.

When they look just right take them out of the oven and try not to burn yourself because you will want to eat them immediately!

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sundancecloud on 5.22.2010

I got this one off of PW’s site and make it quite often. The only thing different is that I add a little bit of a Hershey’s bar underneath the marshmallow. Yummy!

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aday on 2.15.2010

Forgot to mention…we used the mini marshmallows (up to 7) on a cracker. It looked easier to get little mouths over.

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aday on 2.15.2010

I love little snacks the kids can make that use basic ingredients! These were great! We will fix again!

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worlybirds on 9.9.2010

Oh, the memories! We used to make these all the time when we were kids. I still love to make them and share them with my kiddos. Tasty and simple!

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