Apples topped with marshmallow cream, peanut butter, and Reese's peanut butter cups is definitely my way of eating an apple a day. These Fluffernutter Apple Nachos always get huge smiles from my kids.
One sandwich that I remember always eating as a kid is the fluffernutter. It always surprises me how many people do not know what these sandwiches are.
Marshmallow cream and peanut butter on bread. That's it. Not the healthiest sandwich on the block, but definitely one of the tastiest.
Both my boys have discovered the amazingness that fluff sandwiches are.
They have been taking them to school each day. My youngest gets on "favorite" food kicks and will eat it for weeks at a time. I seriously think he has had one a day for the past month.
All of their friends have been asking about this crazy sandwich that they bring for lunch. Some of their friends even went home and asked their parents to buy the fluff.
I knew when I got another bag of Crunch Pak apples that they were destined for greatness. Now don't get me wrong, the apples are absolutely great and awesome by themselves. We love those bags of pre sliced apples very much in our house. They are one of our go to snacks each week. They also are great to make treats like these caramel apple bars.
But add some marshmallow fluff, peanut butter, AND Reese's peanut butter cups and those sliced apples become down right amazing!
It was all I could do to not devour this entire plate of apples. In my mind it was total health food, but I resisted the urge and saved most of it for my kids when they got home from school. You should have seen the look on their faces. LOL! They love Reese's just as much as I do, so a plate of apples covered in the good stuff was enough to bring on the smiles.
Be careful heating up the marshmallow cream. I only did a few seconds at a time in our microwave. If you heat it too much, it will harden and not drizzle very well.
Also, be careful of the cup full of cut up Reese's peanut butter cups. They seem to be even easier to grab and munch on that way. Not that I would know or anything. Wink, wink!
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Other fun ways to enjoy marshmallow cream and peanut butter:
Reese's Fluffernutter Ice Cream
Reese's Fluffernutter Cupcakes
oh baby, this would get my kids to eat more fruit for sure 🙂
I've been seeing fruit nachos pop up everywhere and the idea has always seemed odd to me, until I saw your pictures! It looks so good! I bet my kids would love this!
Thanks! It really is delicious tasting. You need to try it!
Jess @ On Sugar Mountain
APPLE NACHOS?!?! I didn't even know it was possible to love nachos more!! It's a miracle! 😀
Haha, thanks Jess!
Today is my son's birthday, and now I know what he's getting for his special after school snack! This is really adorable and brilliant! Love the melted peanut butter, mmm. And it's a cinch with the apple packs!
I hope your son enjoyed his apple nachos! 😉
Chloe @ foodlikecake
Amazing!! I loved fluffernutter sandwiches 🙂
Laura @ Lauras Baking Talent
I love your version of apples. I will take some each day please 🙂
Layla @ Brunch Time Baker
This is such a great idea! My daughters are going to love picking up a slice of apple with a candy attached! 😀
Haha, thanks Layla!
Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust
These photos are beautiful!!! I love this recipe!
Trish - Mom On Timeout
Apple nachos are the BEST and now you just made them better by adding Reese's - I love you! Pinned!
Aww, blush! Thanks girl! 🙂
Renee @ Two in the Kitchen
This is SO fun!! A great alternative to munching on popcorn for movie night!!
Averie @ Averie Cooks
Best way to eat apples, FOR SURE! 🙂 pinned
I've never had fluffernutter anything and I really need to change that! Now this is one fun way to eat apples. 🙂
Oh girl, you need to try fluff. It's just so good! 🙂
I would have no self control!
It was hard, believe me!! 😉
Jocelyn (Grandbaby Cakes)
So delish! I want this for breakfast now!
These look so WRONG and so RIGHT all at the same time! Love it!
Haha, thank you Lisa! 😉