Way Too Easy Warm Peanut Butter - Chocolate Dip/Spread

Total Time
1min
Prep
1 min
Cook
0 mins

This was a pregnancy-induced creation during one of my hormonal late night snacking periods. I was craving a peanut buttery and chocolate dip for sliced bananas and came up with this. It's very creamy and delicious. Serve warm and dip your favorite accompaniments to your hearts delight, or cool and serve as a cracker spread. It's yummy either way!

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Ingredients

Nutrition
  • 44.37 ml peanut butter, creamy (I used Jiff)
  • 22.18 ml chocolate syrup (I used Hershey's Chocolate Syrup)

Directions

  1. In a small bowl, place peanut butter in one large "glob".
  2. Make a well in the center of the glob and pour in the chocolate syrup.
  3. Microwave for 20 seconds.
  4. Carefully stir to thoroughly combine and serve immediately.
Most Helpful

5 5

This is so easy to do and taste so good. Perfect for when we want something sweet to dip apples. My son liked it a lot. Thanks :) Made for Name that ingredient tag game

5 5

This was just way to easy!!! I used the exact brand names as specified (since I always have them in the cupboard). What a clever idea! I whipped this up for the grand-kids tonight and served it with the little animal crackers (in the circus box, which are actually cookies) and also with the banana chucks and another reviewer's idea of sliced Granny Smiths. Your hormonal munchies came up with a brilliant idea! I'm thinking of maybe putting your dip in a blender with vanilla ice cream and a splash of milk!!! LOL :) Thank you for posting your craving! (Made for "Name That Ingredient" tag). P.S. I had to double the batch... and then make another!!!

5 5

I am loving this dip that you came up with. So simple and yet so good. I slice up a nice Granny Smith apple and dip away. Since using your idea, I also found that I like putting peanut butter and honey in the microwave and dipping apples in it too. Thanks so much for easy and delightful recipe. I have used it almost every day for the past week.