Get into the Halloween spirit with these simple, spooky apple peanut butter marshmallow bites! Bone apple teeth, everyone 🎃

 

Tamara Paetsch

Food & Nutrition Coordinator

Tamara completed her nutrition degree and dietetics training at the University of Manitoba. She enjoys engaging with students through social media and outreach activities. Tamara is passionate about peanut butter, helping students build healthy lifestyles, and ensuring students have positive and safe dining experiences at UBC.

Apple Peanut Butter Marshmallow Bites

YIELD: 6 Servings

INGREDIENTS:

1 Granny Smith apple
6 tsp natural peanut butter
30 mini marshmallows

METHOD:

  1. Slice apple into ½ inch flat slices
  2. Take 2 apple slices
  3. Spread ½ tsp of natural peanut butter onto one flat side of each apple slice
  4. Place 4-6 mini marshmallows standing upright on top of peanut butter on one apple slice
  5. Place other apple slice (peanut butter side face down) on top of upright marshmallows (like a sandwich)
  6. Repeat steps 2-5 with remaining apple slices
  7. Enjoy!

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