Use just three ingredients to make this festive holiday breakfast. Yes, top your peanut-butter toast with a few chocolate chips to celebrate a special occasion. Chocolate Peanut-Butter Toast can also comfort you on a gray and sleety morning or help rev up a loved one before a big day. It takes only a minute longer than regular toast but feels like a real treat.
Each slice costs only 82 cents using organic, dairy-free ingredients.
Use your imagination when laying out the chips. Today’s design is a Yule tree. I’ve done swirls, infinity signs, and grids like polka dots. If you are feeling extra-crafty, use a knife to spread the chips after they soften.
I used Good Whisk Bread-Machine Bread, Santa Cruz dark-roasted peanut butter, and Equal Exchange semi-sweet chocolate chips, all organic of course.
|Prep Time||2 minutes|
|Cook Time||5 minutes|
- Toast bread. Use a toaster oven if you have it. If you don't, then turn the oven on to 350 degrees F too.
- Spread toast with peanut butter. Arrange chocolate chips on top. Pop the toast back into the oven (toaster or otherwise) for about 45 seconds. The chips will melt but hold their shape.
Nutritional Information for Chocolate Peanut-Butter Toast
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