The inspiration for this treat came from a confection I made last year at Passover time using matzo, peanut butter and dark chocolate. I added a layer of Dulce de lLche on one side and peanut butter on the other. This week I had several kinds of chocolate on hand (milk, dark, white, and dark with ginger) and several nut butters (peanut, almond and cashew). . I made several versions of this treat: white chocolate with almond butter and coarse sea salt, milk chocolate with peanut butter and sprinkles, dark chocolate with peanut butter, dulce de leache and sea salt, cashew butter with dark chcocolate and ginger with sea salt,to name a fewt I suggest melting several different types of chocolate, trying more than one kind of nut butter, using different sprinkles or sugars or salts as a topping. This could be fun to make with kids but I confess, I made them for me and my adult friends to enjoy! —JoanG
good qualilty graham crackers
peanut butter or other nut butter
Dulce de leche caramel sauce
chips or broken pieces of your favorite chocolate morsels (milk, dark or white) or some of each
Decorative sprinkles, sugars, or coarse sea salt for garnish
I love food! I love to cook, eat, read about food, write about food, and enjoy meals with friends and family. I have been writing a food memoir for the past decade and am just about done! I epsecially love to create recipes using seasonal and local produce. I love to travel and wherever I go I shop at markets, cook, and try to take a cooking class.