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Elainie sent us this tasty treat saying, "I am a mom of 4 beautiful children (2boys-2girls) and they come home from school pretty famished some times. So I thought that I would make them something quick and easy that they could eventually learn to make on their own and have a great time doing! They love it and can never get enough of it!

  • 1 package of any type of English muffins, plain usually but raisin tastes great too!
  • 1 jar/container of marshmallow fluff
  • 1 jar/container of peanut butter (Reeses p. butter is what we use but reg. is fine)
  • 1 pkg. of powdered sugar
  • 1/2 cup of mini marshmallows-(which are optional)
  • 1 jar of cinnamon (the jar w/shaker to sprinkle)
  • you can also use a pkg. of Reeses pieces candy-(optional also)

You split open an English muffin and put in toaster till its nice and toasty but not too toasty! You don't want it too crunchy unless that is how you like them!
Now spread the p-nut butter on one half of the muffin and spread fluff on the other half like a sandwich.
Sprinkle some powdered sugar on the side with the p-nut butter and sprinkle cinnamon on the side with the fluff. Using some fluff, as tasty glue, take some mini marshmallows / Reeses pieces candy and make a happy face on the top of your muffin after sandwiching the two sides together!
Once all the ingredients start to melt from the warmth of the toasted muffin, it melts in your mouth!

"I hope you enjoy our Rodriguez family, not so home made, kids love it, recipe!" It sounds great Elainie, thanks for sharing it with us.

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