Chocolate & Peanut Butter Panini

While experimenting in the kitchen, I wanted to try a dessert sandwich type of thing. Thus, the idea of a dessert panini was born. While this sandwich definitely tasted good (doesn't everything with chocolate and peanut butter?), it wasn't really anything super special. It's exactly what it sounds like. Think grilled cheese but sweet...and with no cheese. I definitely enjoyed it (I think it was the texture of the golden crusted bread mixed with the creamy texture of the chocolate and peanut butter) and the kids really enjoyed it. But if you are looking for something fancy, you are definitely on the wrong post. You also definitely don't need a recipe for this.

I used peanut butter chips and milk chocolate chips (I suppose you can always use semisweet chocolate chips, which is what a lot of dessert recipes call for, but it never tastes as good to me). I also used Hawaiian bread that was pre-scliced. Butter one side of bread very well and place on heated grill pan. Top with both the peanut butter and chocolate chips. Butter one side of a second slice of bread and place on top of chocolate, butter side facing up. Cook until bottom slice of bread starts to get golden brown, just like you would with a grilled cheese sandwich, then flip. Cook until other side is also golden brown.

Well, there you go. A super easy "dessert".


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