These are NACHO average Valentine dessert!
You know how it goes… I’m in love with love! Valentine’s Day is one of my all-time favourite holidays. I mean, it’s pretty obvious, isn’t it?
Last-Minute Valentine’s Day Dessert
With Valentine’s Day less than a week away, I couldn’t help but whip-up a last-minute Valentine’s Day treat. I thought long and hard of what I could do. Then, I turned to my trusty Kana skillet and made Valentine Dessert Nachos.
Yes, you read right: dessert nachos.
Dessert Nachos: The Ultimate Skillet Dessert
When most people think of skillets, they imagine frittatas, pastas, and many “one pot” recipes – but I’ve been going on a sweeter route. Today, I’m going to show you a brand new dessert on my recipe roster: Dessert Nachos. They make for the perfect skillet recipe.
Kana skillets are truly impressive. They are the modern take on the cast iron skillet. They boast even heat distribution and durability but require very little maintenance. This is why the Kana skillet is the perfect contender for my Valentine Dessert Nachos.
My Valentine Dessert Nachos need to be baked in a 400 degree Fahrenheit oven. Kana skillets can withstand up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, so yes, it can totally handle the heat!
With my Dessert Nachos recipe, you can imagine how sticky my skillet can get. I mean, melted marshmallows and chocolate aren’t exactly a mess-friendly combination. Remember how I mentioned that Kana skillets were easy to maintain? You can stick them right in the dishwasher. No seasoning or complicated care rituals to upkeep these beautiful pieces!
How to Make Dessert Nachos for Valentine’s Day
Okay, folks: if you’re looking for a quick Valentine treat for your loved one, you just have to make these Dessert Nachos. They’re super easy and incredibly tasty!
Valentine Dessert Nachos
- 20 graham crackers broken in half
- 4 chocolate peanut butter cups broken into pieces
- 1 cup mini marshmallows
- ½ cup chocolate chips melted
- 3 tbsp red sprinkles
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place halved graham crackers into a skillet.
- Add chocolate peanut butter cups on top of the graham crackers, followed by the mini marshmallows.
- Bake for 10 minutes.
- Drizzle melted chocolate on top of the dessert, and garnish with red sprinkles.
How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day?