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Fajita Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

Make this Fajita Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner in less than 1 hour!  One dish means dinner prep and clean up is easier than ever!  Serve with all your favourite fajita toppings!

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This is such a fun way to serve a fajita dinner without all of the work!  Just line a pan with chicken, peppers and onions then season generously with taco seasoning, and you’ve got a Fajita Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner…so easy and delicious.

Fajita Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

This time of year we are SO busy…I mean really, who isn’t?  Soccer, baseball, rugby…whichever sport you family is involved in, is in full force right now.  We have kids in sports 4 days out of the week right now, so for me, menu planning is at the upmost of importance.  And not only meal planning, but quick and healthy ideas.  I need dinner ready in less than one hour, and I need it to be healthy.

Fajita Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

That’s why I love sheet pan dinners so much.  You can add so many fresh and delicious ingredients to a pan, and have it all ready in less than an hour.  So during the time it takes for dinner to cook, I have time to get everyone ready for all of our activities.  But most importantly, we’re not eating fast food on the run.  Just fast healthy food at home.

Fajita Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

This fajita chicken dinner is really simple to make, and so very flavourful. I generously season the chicken and vegetables with my homemade taco seasoning, and the kids love it.  Then I serve everything with taco chips, salsa, and sour cream.  SO good.

Fajita Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

And it smells amazing….

Fajita Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

Feel free to tailor this recipe to your family’s tastebuds!  Add any colour of pepper you like, add more jalapeno peppers…make it your own!  Enjoy!

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Fajita Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 5
Author Jo-Anna@APrettyLife

Ingredients

  • 4 - 6 chicken breasts
  • 2 tbsp taco seasoning (more if you like)
  • 1 or 2 red peppers, sliced
  • 1 medium red onion, sliced
  • 1 small or medium jalapeno pepper, sliced
  • olive oil for drizzling
  • fresh ground pepper

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Arrange the chicken, red peppers and red onion on a sheet pan.

  3. Brush the chicken breasts with olive oil, then season generously with the taco seasoning.

  4. If you would like, add slices of the jalapeno pepper onto the chicken breasts.

  5. Drizzle the peppers and onions generously with olive oil, then season with more taco seasoning, and some fresh pepper.

  6. Bake for 25 - 30 minutes or until the chicken is cooked through.

  7. Serve with taco chips, salsa, sour cream and any of your favourite fajita toppings!

Sheet Pan Dinner Tips

  • Feel free to use different coloured peppers!  Red, yellow, orange, green.
  • I used my homemade taco seasoning, but you can use a purchased package.
  • I didn’t find it necessary to line my sheet pan with tinfoil or parchment paper, but I have seen this done on other recipes.  None of the ingredients I used stuck to the pan.
  • I use this Nordic Ware sheet pan for my sheet pan dinners.

More Sheet Pan Dinners:

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Dessert Cheese Plate

Think outside the charcuterie plate, and make a Dessert Cheese Plate!  This plate is loaded up with delicious cheese, chocolate, nuts and fruit!  Perfect for entertaining.

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Welcome back to another edition of ‘Cheese of the Month’, where I showcase a delicious, award winning Canadian cheese.  I’ve partnered with the Dairy Farmers of Canada to feature a different Canadian cheese each month, and last month I featured ‘Heidi’ in a Grilled Cheese with Fig Jam.  This month the feature cheese is Dragon’s Breath Blue.  Just from the name alone, you have to try it.

Dragon’s Breath Blue is an award winning cheese from That Dutchman’s Cheese Farm located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia.  This family owned and operated artisan fromagerie, opened in 1980 by Willem and Maja Van Den Hoek, is where they craft four signature cheeses:  Farmstead Gouda, Old Growler, Smeerkaas and this Dragon’s Breath Blue.

This Dragon’s Breath Blue cheese had me intrigued from the moment I opened the package.  If you saw my Instagram story you had a chance to see the black wax the cheese was encased in.  On a side note, every month when I receive my Canadian Cheese of the month, I will be unveiling it on an Instagram story, so make sure to follow along!  And if you missed this one, you can see my video on my YouTube channel here.  Anyway, this cheese comes encased in a black wax coating, and at first I didn’t really know how I should open it.  So I decided to just cut the cheese case in half and see what was inside.

And this is what was inside.  A soft and creamy blue cheese.  What I found most interesting about this particular blue cheese is the absence of the blue veins typically seen throughout blue cheeses.  I actually don’t love the blue in blue cheese, so I was really happy to see that this cheese didn’t have it.  It tastes just like a creamy blue cheese, but without the blue.  Think Great Stilton, Gorgonzola and Roquefort without the blue veining.  This is my kind of blue cheese.

Dessert Cheese Plate

At first I didn’t really know how I was going to incorporate this cheese into a recipe, but as soon as I tasted it, I knew I wanted to serve it au naturel!  The flavour of this cheese was so distinct and delicious, I wanted it to be the star of the show.  So I decided to make a dessert cheese plate centred around this unique cheese.  Yes a dessert plate.  More often than not, we think of cheese plates as mainly being savoury, but cheese is a wonderful addition to dessert.  Paired with all the right things, this dessert cheese plate is a perfect way to end a meal, or serve any time!

Dessert Cheese Plate

I wanted to serve this cheese standing on it’s own, surrounded by delicious ingredients.  Sometimes the best way to really enjoy a cheese, it to serve it on its own.  Let the cheese speak for itself.  In this case, I just cut the cheese casing in half and used the wax casing as the dish to serve it in, and it worked perfectly.

Dessert Cheese Plate

Then I had some fun filling up the plate with all kinds of ingredients that pair wonderfully with the Dragon’s Breath Blue.  Nuts, honey, berries, pear & garlic jam, chocolate, fresh pairs, oat cookies, pastries, figs…so much deliciousness all on one plate.  Who can resist this?  Not I.

Dessert Cheese Plate

This plate is such a fun and unique way to serve dessert!  Just spread the blue cheese on fresh pear slices, or oat crackers.  Pair it with little bites of dark chocolate.  Or just scoop it off the serving knife right into your mouth.  😉  Just delicious.

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Dessert Cheese Plate

Make a cheese plate for dessert!  This is a unique and fun way to offer dessert.

Servings 6
Author Jo-Anna@APrettyLife

Ingredients

  • 1 Dragon's Breath Blue Cheese Ball, cut in half
  • nuts
  • figs, sliced in half
  • pears, sliced
  • raspberries
  • blackberries
  • little dish of honey
  • savour jams, like pear and roasted garlic
  • mini pastries
  • nougat, cut into bite sized chunks
  • chocolate
  • oat crackers (or you favourite crackers)

Instructions

  1. Cut the Dragon's Breath Blue cheese in half, and add a little cheese knife for serving.  Place the halves in the centre of the cheese plate.

  2. Place the remaining ingredients around the cheese.  I find to make it most visually appealing, add little piles of the ingredients all around the cheese, as shown in the pictures above.

  3. Enjoy!

Dessert Cheese Plate

About Dragon’s Breath Blue

  • Type:  Surface Ripened Soft Blue Cheese
  • Tasting Notes:  Delicate and slightly milky with a hint of spiciness
  • Texture:  Depending on it’s age, the texture ranges from creamy to buttery to crumbly.  It is often bathed in a flavour rich brine which should be mixed in slightly.
  • Pairs Well With:  A sweet red wine like a Ruby Port, dark beers and pairs perfectly with pears
  • Location:  That Dutchman’s Cheese Farm on the shores of the Bay of Undy
  • Awards:  Best Blue Cheese in Canada

 

More Ways to Enjoy Blue Cheese

Visit Dairy Farmers of Canada for delicious recipes using blue cheese!

Have a delicious day!

Disclosure:  This post was sponsored by Dairy Farmers of Canada.  I will be working with Dairy Farmers of Canada over the next year to bring you some delicious recipe ideas that I have created!  This recipe, all pictures and words are my own.  I love cheese. 😉

Grandma’s Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

All you need are a few simple ingredients to make Grandma’s Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies!  Soft, chewy and full of peanut butter flavour.

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These peanut butter cookies are straight out of my childhood.  They are ingrained into my memory more than any other childhood treat, except maybe for the peanut butter cornflake square my Mom used to make.  Growing up these peanut butter cookies were regularly found in our lunches…back in the days when you could actually take peanut butter to school!  At the time I didn’t really appreciate how delicious they were, because they were just part of our regular lunch routine.  But now as an adult, I can truly see how delicious these cookies are.  They are rich with peanut butter flavour, soft, slightly chewy and melt in your mouth.  Truly a peanut butter cookie lovers dream.

Grandma's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

The neat thing about this peanut butter cookie is that there is no flour in the ingredients.  Every time I make them, this surprises me, but they always turn out as beautifully as expected.

Grandma's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

But one of the things I love most about these peanut butter cookies is that they are a recipe handed down from my Grandma.  She used to make these cookies for my Mom and her siblings, then my Mom made them for my sister and I, and now my kids are enjoying them.  Family recipes are priceless.

Grandma's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

I truly think the best recipes are those passed down through the generations.  They’re tried and true and I love that.

Grandma's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

This peanut butter cookie recipe is just that kind of recipe.  These cookies are soft, chewy and full of peanut butter flavour.  And they’re perfect for dunking in a glass of milk.  Delicious.

Grandma's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

This recipe makes 24 cookies, but feel free to double the recipe!

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Grandma's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Servings 24 Cookies
Author Grandma

Ingredients

  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp vanilla

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

  2. Using a mixer, cream together the peanut butter, brown sugar, egg, baking soda and vanilla until smooth.

  3. Roll the cookie dough into 1 1/2 inch balls.

  4. Place the balls of dough onto cookie sheet, and press down lightly with a fork.  Just enough to lightly flatten them and have visible fork lines.  I like to make mine with a criss cross pattern.

  5. Bake for about 10 minutes.

 Grandma's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Can you just smell them?  So good.

Grandma's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Have a delicious day!

Coconut Lime Grilled Turkey Noodle Bowl

This Coconut Lime Grilled Turkey Noodle Bowl is fresh, delicious and healthy!  Loaded with vegetables, high protein turkey, and drizzled in a delicious peanut coconut dressing.

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We are big fans of noodle bowls in our home.  In fact, noodle bowl dinners are one of the most asked for meals by my kids, and I’m happy to oblige.  The kids love assembling their own bowls with all of their favourite toppings, and I’m happy to see them loading up with healthy ingredients!

Coconut Lime Grilled Turkey Noodle Bowl

This Coconut Lime Grilled Turkey Noodle Bowl is such a fun, delicious and healthy dinner.  And it’s the perfect way to dust off (or brush the snow off) the BBQ!  One of the things I like best about winter being officially behind us, is that meal times get a little easier.  These are they days that I like to grill meat and serve a tonne of vegetables for our dinners…they are lighter, brighter and a lot leaner.  And I like that.

Coconut Lime Grilled Turkey Noodle Bowl

Turkey is perfect for this noodle bowl.  Turkey is packed with protein, it’s lean, nutrient rich, and delicious.  And it takes on the flavour of the coconut lime marinade with perfection.  For recipes like this, I use turkey filets because I can find them in the grocery store already portioned into sizes that I like, making them easy to use in any dish that I want a light and lean meat in.  But you can use any cut of turkey that you prefer.

Coconut Lime Grilled Turkey Noodle Bowl

Just look at all of that healthy deliciousness!  The turkey is so flavourful…with ginger, coconut and lime.  It pairs so perfectly with all the fresh and colourful vegetables and the creamy peanut butter dressing.  You really need to try it!

Coconut Lime Grilled Turkey Noodle Bowl

This Coconut Lime Grilled Turkey Noodle Bowl would also make a great meal for a large gathering!  Just double or triple the recipe and set out the ingredient in a buffet style for your next party!  Guests will LOVE putting together their own customized noodle bowl.  So good.

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Coconut Lime Turkey Noodle Bowl

Allow at least 4 to 12 hours for the turkey to marinate.  Overnight is best.

Servings 6
Author Jo-Anna@APrettyLife

Ingredients

Turkey Filet Marinade:

  • 2 lbs (approx 2 packages) turkey breast filets
  • grated zest from 2 limes
  • juice from 2 limes
  • 2 - 3 tbsp fresh grated ginger
  • 3 cloves of garlic minced
  • 2 tbsp packed brown sugar
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 oz can of coconut milk

Peanut Coconut Milk Dressing:

  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/4 cup coconut milk
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 2 tbsp hoisin sauce
  • 1 garlic clove
  • juice from 1 lime

Noodle Bowl Toppings:

  • 1 - 225 g package of rice stick noodles
  • 1/2 red pepper , julienned
  • 3 carrots , julienned
  • 1 cup snap peas
  • 1 cup julienned purple cabbage
  • 1 cup chopped cucumber
  • 1/4 cup chopped green onion
  • 1/4 - 1/2 cup chopped peanuts
  • bunch fresh mint
  • bunch fresh cilantro
  • sliced lime for garnish

Instructions

Turkey Filet Marinade:

  1. In a large bowl mix together the lime zest, lime juice, ginger, garlic, sugar, salt and coconut milk. Mix until smooth.
  2. Add the turkey filets, making sure they are submerged.
  3. Marinate for 4 - 12 hours. Overnight is best for maximum flavour!

Peanut Coconut Milk Dressing:

  1. Using a hand blender or food processor, combine all of the dressing ingredients until smooth and creamy.

Putting your salad together:

  1. Cook your noodles according to package directions.
  2. On the BBQ, grill your marinated turkey filets until they are cooked through (170 degrees).

There are 2 ways to serve your Turkey Noodle Bowl:

  1. You can lay all of the toppings, the cooked turkey, noodles and dressing, out in a buffet style and let everyone serve themselves and make their own customized bowl.

  2. Or you can create one large Turkey Bowl and serve from there. To do this, first layer in the cooked noodles, then add the vegetables, turkey, peanuts and drizzle with the dressing.
  3. Enjoy!

Coconut Lime Grilled Turkey Noodle Bowl

Turkey is not just for the holidays!  Turkey will work with all of your family’s favourite dishes, and you’ll find that it pairs well with a variety of flavours and seasonings, so you can feel free to use it in any recipe!  Just swap it for the meat protein in any of your tried and true recipes.

Try More Turkey Recipes:

Answering Your Questions About Turkey:

For more information on using turkey in your every day, visit the Canadian Turkey Facebook page, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube channel.

Have a delicious day!

Disclosure:  This post has been sponsored by Canadian Turkey.  I am working with Canadian Turkey as a brand ambassador, and over the next year I am excited to bring you some delicious and easy turkey recipes that I have created!  This recipe, all pictures and words are my own.  We just really love turkey over here!

Grilled Cheese with Fig Jam

A delicious and simple grilled cheese sandwich made with flavourful rich cheese and sweet fig jam.  Gooey and delicious!

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I’m so excited to be partnering with the Dairy Farmers of Canada over the upcoming year, as I feature a Canadian ‘Cheese of the Month’!  Many people don’t realize that Canada has an exceptional range of award winning cheeses from different regions all across the country, so I’m excited to be able share a new and delicious Canadian cheese with you each month.

Heidi from The Farm House Natural Cheeses

This month’s feature cheese is Heidi from The Farm House Natural Cheeses, a family farm located in the Fraser Valley in British Columbia.  Heidi is an aged firm cheese with deep and rich flavours.  Similar to Gruyere, Heidi is a fabulous melting cheese, making it perfect for grilled cheese sandwiches!

Grilled Cheese with Fig Jam

Is there any food more comforting than a grilled cheese sandwich?  All warm and gooey with delicious melted cheese?  It’s the food great memories were made from.  I loved them as a kid, and I love them now as an adult, the only difference is that I like my grilled cheese a little more fancy.  Is fancy the right word?  I mean, a classic cheddar cheese grilled cheese sandwich on white bread can’t be beat, but I do love to try new cheeses and toppings.

Grilled Cheese with Fig Jam

I was inspired to make this fig jam and Heidi grilled cheese sandwich after a recent visit with my parents.  For lunch one day my mom set out some crackers, fig jam and cheese for a snack, and I absolutely loved the flavour of the fig jam with the cheese.  Since then, I haven’t been able to get this delicious pairing out of my mind.  So when this Heidi cheese showed up at my door with the suggestion that it was perfect for grilled cheese, I knew just what kind of sandwich I wanted to make.

Grilled Cheese with Fig Jam

Just grate some cheese, spread on fig jam and you have a delicious grilled cheese sandwich the whole family will love!  The rich creaminess of this Heidi cheese pairs perfectly with fig jam.  They are a flavour match made in heaven.

Grilled Cheese with Fig Jam

So delicious.

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Grilled Cheese with Fig Jam

Servings 2
Author Jo-Anna@APrettyLife

Ingredients

  • 4 slices bread
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 2 tbsp fig jam
  • 2/3 cup shredded Heidi cheese, divided

Instructions

  1. Preheat your griddle to a low/medium heat.

  2. Butter the outsides of the 4 pieces of bread.

  3. Spread a tablespoon of fig jam onto the inside of one piece of bread.

  4. Add 1/3 of the shredded cheese, then cover with the other piece of bread.

  5. Repeat for the second sandwich.

  6. Cook the grilled cheese sandwiches on each side for about 3-5 minutes each side, until they are nice and golden brown.  I like to flip the sandwich often so it doesn't burn.

  7. Serve right away.  Enjoy!

Grilled Cheese with Fig Jam

About Heidi

  • Tasting Notes:  Heidi reaches its peak at one year, with deep and rich flavours paired with grassy notes.
  • Pairs Well With:  White chocolate, pale ales and a light red wine such as Merlot.  YES please.
  • Awards:  2015 Canadian Cheese Grand Prix in the Firm Cheese category

Have a delicious day!

Disclosure:  This post was sponsored by Dairy Farmers of Canada.  I will be working with Dairy Farmers of Canada over the next year to bring you some delicious recipe ideas that I have created!  This recipe, all pictures and words are my own.  I love cheese. 😉

Lemon and Maple Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner

Make this Lemon and Maple Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner in less than one hour!  Healthy and delicious!

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I’m telling you, these sheet pan dinners are the biggest dinner time saver since the crockpot. There’s really no dinner made easier than putting everything onto one pan and cooking it all at once.  And there is something about it that is so visually appealing to everyone at the table, even for the pickiest of eaters.  It’s all there laid out in it’s deliciousness…fresh and smelling ah-mazing.

I’ve been trying several different sheet pan dinner combinations and can’t wait to share them all with you.  We love this Chicken Sheet Pan dinner, I made a Mexican Chicken version that is coming soon, and I also made this salmon variation that I am sharing with you today.

Lemon and Maple Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner

Sheet pan dinners really don’t require a lot of thought or planning.  Often times I will just throw whatever I have around in the fridge/pantry/freezer onto a sheet.  For this particular Lemon and Maple Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner I used salmon I already had in the freezer and smothered it with a maple BBQ sauce I picked up on a recent trip to Shaw’s Maple Sugar Bush this winter.  Then I tossed on some broccolini, seasoned everything with lemon and salt & pepper then baked it.  Easy easy easy.  And everything tasted so delicious…maple with salmon is a match made in heaven!

Lemon and Maple Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner

If you want, you can make a pot of rice to serve alongside this dinner if you feel like you need a carb to balance the meal.  I have done this as well, but sometimes I also just like to serve meat and vegetables for dinner…it’s light, lean and really delicious.  The great thing about these sheet pan dinners is that you can tailor them to what your family likes.  If you don’t want maple flavour, use teriyaki sauce.  Want more vegetables?  Add them.  Get creative!

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Lemon and Maple Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner

Make this Lemon and Maple Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner in less than one hour! Healthy and delicious!

Servings 6
Author Jo-Anna@APrettyLife

Ingredients

Salmon

  • 5 - 6 pieces fresh salmon
  • 1 - 2 lemons, sliced
  • 1/3 cup maple BBQ sauce (see notes)
  • salt & fresh ground pepper

Broccolini

  • 1 bunch broccolini
  • 1 - 2 tbsp olive oil
  • salt & fresh ground pepper

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.

  2. Prepare a sheet pan, by lightly brushing it with olive oil.

Preparing the Salmon:

  1. Line the salmon (skin side down if you are leaving it on), on the sheet pan.

  2. Brush the salmon generously with the maple BBQ sauce.

  3. Season with salt and fresh ground pepper.

  4. Squeeze some lemon juice on the dressed salmon, then lay a lemon slice on each piece of salmon.

Preparing the Broccolini:

  1. Lay the broccolini down on the sheet pan, beside the salmon.

  2. Drizzle with olive oil, and season with salt and fresh ground pepper.

  3. Squeeze on some lemon juice.

Baking the Sheet Pan Dinner:

  1. Place the sheet pan dinner in the oven and bake for 15 to 20 minutes, or until the salmon is cooked through.

Recipe Notes

You can use your favourite BBQ sauce, or teriyaki sauce if you can't find maple BBQ sauce.

Simple, quick and scrumptious.

Want More Sheet Pan Dinner Ideas?

If you love sheet pan dinners, you might also like this Simple Sheet Pan Chicken Dinner:

Simple Sheet Pan Chicken Dinner

Have a delicious day!

Peanut Butter Confetti Cake

 This Peanut Butter Confetti Cake is a family favourite recipe!  Full of delicious peanut butter, butterscotch and marshmallow flavours!

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Every Easter my family looks forward to this dessert!  It’s so mouthwatering good.  Once you have one bite you won’t be able to stop!  Trust me on this one.  Me, myself & I finished off half of it all by ourself.

Peanut Butter Confetti Cake

This is one of those recipes that has been around in our family for as long as I can remember.  Peanut Butter Confetti Cake would appear every year at Easter when either my Mom, Grandma or Aunties made it…it’s a classic.  Funny thing though, when I was a kid I actually didn’t love it like I do now.  Now, I cannot get enough of it, which is why I don’t make it very often.  In fact I only make it at Easter time.  Some people make it for Christmas, but I like it for Easter because the pastel colours seem to be perfect for this time of year.

Peanut Butter Confetti Cake

Peanut Butter Confetti Cake

This recipe makes a pretty large batch.  I have learned over the years to actually cut the recipe in half when I’m serving just our family of 5.  But if I’m getting together with a larger group of family, I will make a large batch…and you can bet by the end of Easter weekend it’s gone.  Gone with the wind.

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Peanut Butter Confetti Cake

Ingredients

  • 1 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 2 - 300 g packages of butterscotch chips
  • 1 large (400 g package of mini coloured marshmallows)

Instructions

  1. In a saucepan over low to medium heat, melt the butter, butterscotch chips and peanut butter together, stirring constantly.  Do not let the mixture boil.  All you want to do is melt everything.

  2. Let the mix cool for a few minutes before you add the marshmallows, so you don't melt them.

  3. Mix thoroughly.

  4. Then transfer to an 8 x 8 " square dish.

  5. Refrigerate, and serve when cooled completely.
  6. This square is best kept in the fridge between snacking!

Recipe Notes

You could easily cut this recipe in half.  I do this for our family of 5, and there is plenty!

Enjoy!

Peanut Butter Confetti Cake

More Delicious Easter Desserts!

Have a delicious day!

This is an old post that I updated with new pictures and republished!