Reese's Peanut Butter Cup S'mores!

I'm not doing much fancy cooking this week, but I am bringing you an updated take on the camping classic - S'mores!

Just when you thought a S'more couldn't get any better - think again!  Instead of the traditional Hershey's bar, try the classic milk chocolate stuffed with a soft peanut buttery center!  These Reese's Peanut Butter Cup S'mores are over the top delicious!

The key, of course, is roasting the marshmallows until they've reached a perfect golden brown.
If you don't smell like a campfire when you're finished, you just didn't try hard enough!


Then there's that age old question of one marshmallow.......

....... or two?

You can see my preference here!

My beautiful niece, Sherah, would agree.  
These Peanut Butter Cup S'mores are completely worth the ooey, gooey, sticky mess!


Jenna said…
What an awesome idea, how have I never thought of this before. My favorite PB cups. I am having a 4th of july recipe ideas tomorrow and would love to feature this recipe.
Janet said…
I think I'll add Reece's to our shopping list this week! :-)
Rachel said…
My husband would love this!
YUM! I've never thought of doing that- great idea.
Johnnie said…
Hi! Stopping by to invite you to link this up to Thrifty Thursdays. Blessings!

Kristin said…
Um, this is genius! We are totally making these.
bj said…
I can't believe that I DIDN'T THINK OF THIS. Wow, these look AWESOME. Thanks for sharing this great secret with us. :)))

I just became your newest follower..come by to see me when you can.
xo bj
Oh my awesomeness! I want one of those in my mouth right now!

Tracy Screaming Sardine
Kathryn said…
I am in love with this! Thanks so much for sharing...I posted it on my page as well!
I just love smores and adding reeses to the equation is genius! Thanks for sharing your recipe.
Miz Helen said…
Oh Yeah!!! What a great idea, we will so be trying these special treats this week end. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and come back real soon.
Hope you have a great week end!
Miz Helen
I'm so in love with these. They will be great for the bon fire we have in a few weeks.

I'd love to have you share this recipe on Sweet Tooth Friday. I hope to see you there.
Ann Kroeker said…
Great pictures, wow, if the IDEA of a peanut-butter s'more didn't already intrigue me, those pictures would sell me in a second.

For something as thick as a peanut-butter cup, I think two marshmallows are in order, to balance it out, you know... :)

So glad you linked to Food on Fridays!
Jenni Price said…
D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S! Yum!
keatseatsblog said…
Great photography!! I love it! I'd love for you to stop by and link up to my sweet treats party this weekend! It runs through Sunday night. Hope to see you there-- bring dessert!
I bet these are the best things ever! next time we make smores I will be the one with the kookie idea of using recees instread of plain chocolate.
Wow these look soooo amazing!! I love the addition of peanut butter cups!
Anna said…
these look fantastic :o)
Anonymous said…
my daughters friend shared this with us on a camping about YUMMY!
Heather S-G said…
Why didn't I ever think of using a pb cup in my s'more? Genius, I say. Thanks for the inspiration...these will be made next to our 4th of July fire!! :D
Mel said…
How ooey gooey decadent. Love it.

I wanted to thank you for stopping by and leaving your comment on my ugly fixture fix. I wasn't able to respond directly as you don't have an email associated with your blogger account. Just wanted to let you know that :)

Have a terrific weekend.

FerrellGraph-x said…
That looks crazy good! thanks for sharing!
Kindest regards,
Jennifer Ferrell
House Of Aqua said…
I have been making mine with Reese's for the last couple of years and is is preferred way of making a tasty S'More! Great photos! Yum!!!
Amazing. We will be making these tomorrow and I am putting a post up with a link here.
Kim McCallie said…
Oh my goodness! These look absolutely delicious! What a great idea. I'd like to invite you to share your recipe on A Well-Seasoned Life's Sweet Indulgences Sunday.
Hmm.. These look really good! Yumm!
Thank you so much for sharing this @ {nifty thrifty sunday} last week!
I can't wait to see more from you on Sunday!
Unknown said…
These are so good, i call them "Much S'mores"
Unknown said…
These are truly amazing!! We have also been making them this way for some time now, and will never go back to the original! Another chocolate that is definitely kid approved is to use a Kit-Kat bar!! Both are very delicious!! Thanks for posting with the great pics!!

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