Reeses cups are yummy on their own but are also a great staple to have in the kitchen for making delicious treats.
Frozen Bananas and Reeses are a Perfect Combo
A scrumptious frozen treat idea is to halve a banana crosswise and insert a wooden popsicle stick into each piece. Chop up 2 full size Reeses cups and place in a small bowl or Ziploc bag. Freeze the bananas along with the Reeses cups for about 3 hours. Remove both from the freezer. Dip the bananas in melted chocolate and then roll the bananas in the frozen Reeses cups. Replace the bananas in the freezer for another 45 minutes to harden the chocolate. Serve immediately. My children love to eat this as an after school snack.
Hershey’s Reeses Cups S’mores
A tasty twist to traditional s’mores is to replace a regular Hershey’s chocolate bar with a Reeses cup instead. Make sure to use the large size Reeses cups instead of the miniature size so the chocolate will distribute over the warmed marshmallow evenly.
You can even use a broiler to make s’mores if you are not camping or near a fire. First preheat your broiler. Add the graham crackers and top with marshmallows on a cookie sheet. Broil for a few seconds until golden brown. Remove from oven and add a Reese cup on top of the marshmallow. Quickly add another graham cracker on top of the Reese cup and smoosh it down lightly to flatten the marshmallow and serve.
Reeses Cookies Using only 2 Ingredients
This recipe is my favorite because it’s so easy. Picky Palate has created a super simple recipe for Reeses cup cookies using only Reeses cups and an egg. Couldn’t be simplier than that!
I like to use these easy recipes whenever I find a sale on candy at the supermarket. You can also use up extra Halloween candy this way too.