Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
Different from the other recipes because it uses Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup instead of plain Karo. I found this recipe in a cookbook I bought from a Montana Amish (Yes we have Amish in Montana!) Kitchen/Diner called The Dinnerbell Bakery and Banquets Cook Book. Seriously sinful this spread usually doesn't make it to the bread or pancakes. And of course it makes a HUGE batch, after all it IS an Amish recipe. This is probably where they get the saying "Taste makes Waist".
- 2 lbs creamy peanut butter
- 2 lbs marshmallow cream
- 3 -4 cups mrs. butterworth's original pancake syrup (maple flavored)
- 1 1⁄2 cups hot water
- Whip all together till well mixed.
- Enjoy on hot bread, pancakes, waffles or with fresh fruit like apples (or just your spoon!).
My crowd really enjoyed this. My son likes to get a bowl of it & dip crackers in it. Thanks.
I thought this recipe was great! However, I am not sure I did it right. I wanted to only make a portion so I guessed, and did 1/3 cup pb, 1/3 cup marshmallow, 1/3 cup syrup, but the water was the hard part. I just guessed and filled the 1/3 measuring cup about a third filled with water. The end result was delicious, but I don't know if I had the right consistancy. It was probably the consistancy of cake batter...is that correct? Regardless, it was delicious...and we dipped animal crackers in it...yummy!
WOW !! If you like peanut butter, this will bowl you over !!! ABSOLUTLEY fabulous !!! I can't wait to put it on EVERYTHING !!