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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Have A Snicker Biscuit

Snicker Biscuit? It sounds like a pet name for your sweet heart, right? Oh, my little snicker biscuit......Well it's really a snack or a dessert, however you choose look at it. It's a creation of Lucas' which I perfected a little. I tried his version and then made a slight improvement.

You start with a Peanut Butter Snickers candy bar and a leftover Grands canned biscuit. You could actually make two with one candy and 2 biscuits.

The PB Snickers bars come in squares, which I love. I almost never eat a whole candy bar. In Lucas's version, you take one square and place it in the middle of a biscuit which has been cut in half, then put it in the microwave for a few seconds to heat until the candy is melted. I found this method can make the biscuit a little chewy.

I prefer the toaster oven method. Here you cut the snickers square in half and place one on each half of the biscuit. Then you place the biscuit in the toaster oven to toast, bake, or broil it until the biscuit is slightly browned and the candy is melted.

Now squish the two halves together for a warm tasty little treat. It's so much more satisfying than one little square of chocolate.

Do you have any unusual snack creations? I hope you enjoy this one. Do you think I should add it to the recipe page?

I totally forgot shots of dinner last night, which is why I went with the Snicker Biscuit post. I was a bit overwhelmed last night. DH wanted chicken livers (yuck) for dinner. They are only my least favorite thing to cook. I should have married a vegetarian. I also don't like frying food. I baked them. Maybe that will discourage him from asking for more, lol. Have a great day!!!


  1. You could have wrapped a piece of bacon around the liver and secured it with a toothpick before baking. That makes for a delcious hors d'ourve. You wouldn't miss the frying.

    1. Shhh, don't tell DH about that or I may have to fix them again, lol. I saw a recipe for fixing the livers that way, but I was out of bacon.