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My latest kitchen gadget acquisition is a panini press. Sur La Table was essentially “giving it” to me so I “had” to buy it. There’s been a lot of panini-ing lately which means lots of online research for recipes. My favorite one (so far) has been a dessert panini – which is shocking really. It’s kind of like a s’more with marshmallow creme and chocolate. I had you at “marshmallow creme,” admit it.
- Brioche loaf, sliced or croissants, cut in half
- Mini chocolate chips, like Nestle Toll House
- Marshmallow crème, like Kraft Jet-Puffed
- Strawberries, sliced into thin rounds
Heat the panini press while you assemble.
Spread a thin layer of marshmallow crème on one slice of brioche (or the bottom half of a croissant). Sprinkle chocolate chips on top. Then layer the strawberry slices. Place another slice of brioche (or the top half of the croissant). Set on the panini press and heat until grill marks are made and the chocolate chips have melted. Flip over and create grill marks on the other side.